Philippine’s Largest Travel Fairs Make a Comeback this September!

2023 Philippine Travel Mart (source: PHILTOA)

Travel buffs can now look forward to the upcoming biggest travel fairs event in the country, with the Philippine Travel Mart (PTM) returning this year!

It will take place from September 1 to 3 at SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

“It will serve as a platform to travel enthusiasts and industry professionals to connect, explore new opportunities and rekindle the spirit of wanderlust that unites us well,” said Philippine Tour Operators Association (PHILTOA) President Fe Abling-Yu.

With support from the Department of Tourism and Tourism Promotions Board (TPB), 2023 PTM will bring together 300 exhibitors to introduce the must-see places and uprising travel destinations from all 17 regions of the Philippines. These exhibitors include hotels, resorts, travel agencies, tour operators, and tourism offices.

The PHILTOA expects over 60,000 enthusiastic travelers to join this upcoming event, a bigger number than last year.

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