The owner of My Adventure Indonesia, PT. Abadi Prima International, participates in Deep & Extreme Indonesia
for the first time in 2016. This is the biggest exhibition in Indonesia with participants working in tourism from both Indonesia and abroad.
The Exhibition runs from 31st March till 3rd April 2016 in the
Cendrawasih Hall of Jakarta Convention Center, organized by PT. Xnet Indonesia.
Following the success of the exhibitions in earlier years, this is the 10th exhibition of Extreme Indonesia and the 8th of Deep Indonesia. According to the list of participants published on the official website of Deep & Extreme Indonesia, there are over 100 participants representing dive operators, hotels, liveaboards and other related services taking part this year.
From the Indonesia government itself, the Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Fisheries and Ministry of Forestry supported the exhibition as did many other organizations and businesses from both Indonesia and other countries.
My Adventure Indonesia has a strategically located stand, E1, to the left of the entrance. It is one of the participants offering liveaboard cruises as well as diving, snorkeling and land-based activities such as hiking and more.
The full list and profiles of participants can be seen on www.deepandextremeindonesia.com. Although the website doesn't seem to have been updated since the list of participants was posted (last update on 22nd February 2016), you can see the full list of participants and the floor plan clearly.
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