Sealife Group is now attending the 1st Genting Highlands International Travel Mart (GHITM) in Malaysia from 28th July to 01st August 2019.
Genting Highlands International Travel Mart (GHITM) is the potential exhibition for all businesses in tourism industry to meet their prospective B2B and B2C customers; to know the trends in the region; to introduce new products and services; to exchange ideas and to strengthen business relationships with international tourism partners.
Attening at the first GHITM 2019, Sealife Group is the featured representative of cruise operators in Southeast Asia in general and Halong Bay cruise operators in particular. On the first day of the travel mart, the magnificient World’s Heritage of Vietnam is much interested in by other exhibitors as well as customers visiting the mart.
Sealife Group, the leading overnight cruise operator with more than 20-year-experience in Halong Bay, is bringing to GHITM the best collection of overnight cruises on Halong Bay, Lan Ha Bay and Bai Tu Long Bay. Besides the well-known Huong Hai Sealife Cruise which has been gained a lot of trust and compliments from regional partners, the up-scale new brand – Sealife Legend Cruises are drawing the significant impression of partners and customers at the travel mart. Moreover, the coming soon cruises of Sealife Group at the end of this year is also anticipated.
Mr. Hoang Anh Nguyen, the Deputy CEO of Sealife Group, is representative of the cruise company at GHITM this year exposed his opinion about the trade mart: “Although this is the first time GHITM is oganized, however, it is truly a potential ground for all travel companies in the region to meet, present and exchange their products.”
The luxury Sealife Legend Cruises are highly valued at ultimate safety, 27 spacious cabins with excellent private bay-view balcony, and various unique selling points the cruise has to offer. As a reliable cruise in Lan Ha Bay and Cat Ba Island, Sealife Legend Cruises commit to provide professional and sophisticated services to guests onboard during the bay discovery.