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Bohol shines at Philippine Travel Mart

Bohol shines at Philippine Travel Mart

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Bohol shines at Philippine Travel Mart

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BOHOL PAVILION This is the grand entrance of the Bohol Pavilion at the 27th Philippine Travel Mart at the Mall of Asia. Gov, Edgar Chatto and Balilihan Mayor Pureza Chatto, chair of the Abatan River Development & management Council take time to pose at the pavilion’s entrance.

The province of Bohol emerged anew as one of the most popular booths at the 27th Philippine Travel Mart which ended on Sunday at the Mall of Asia.

Gov. Edgar Chatto personally led the strong 26-outfit delegation which is participating in the three-day marketing activities aimed to further promote Bohol as a destination.

The Bohol pavilion was visibly one of the popular spots in the mall where tourists stop and inquire while exploring the mushrooming facilities especially in Panglao.

Chatto’s presence at the Travel Mart was to show his support to the private sector which has also displayed its zealousness to promote Bohol as a destination

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Baliliahan Mayor Pureza Chatto whose taking her turn to chair Abatan River Development & Management Council is also attending the travel mart

Branding with “Behold Bohol,” the province with combined government and private sector resources occupied two pavilions.

Jo Cabarus, provincial tourism officer told the Chronicle that there are no less than 26 exhibitors from Bohol.

They are the Bohol Federation of Travel and Tour Operators (BOFETTO), Ramyer Travel & Tours,Belian Hotel, Boffo Resort, Bohol Tarsier Permitees Corp., Phil Fun Divers & Lost Horizon, Bohol Sunside Resort, Loboc River Resort, Amarela, Linaw Beach Resort & Oasis, Alona Tropical Beach Resort, Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa, Mithi resort & Spa, Kew Hotel, Flushing Meadows, Bee Farm, Kayak Asia, Chocolate Hills Adventure Park (CHAP).

Aside from the provincial government, there are six towns who invested their attendance in the 27th Phil. Travel Mart, namely, Anda, Tagbilaran City, Danao, Panglao, Loboc, and Antequera.

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