Saturday, March 19, 2011

Komodo dragons an icon of the Travel Trade Fair in the baltic region

Komodo dragons, the ancient animals that lived on the komodo national park and only could be found in Indonesia, after 2010 ago became an icon in MATKA Nordic Travel Trade Fair, in Helsinki Finland, [MATKA Nordic Travel Trade Fair is the biggest travel trade event in Northern Europe and the Baltic region]. And now 2011, Indonesia under the theme "Ecocultural Tourism in Wonderful Indonesia" featuring replicas of the komodo dragon with a body length 140cm made ​​of paper pulp and a miniature of Borobudur temple.

The MATKA Nordic Travel Trade Fair 2011 currently is also held at the Helsinki Conference and Fair Center, Finland. From the largest tourism exhibition in the Nordic and Baltic, Indonesia hopes to increase the number of tourists visit from Nordic Countries

In addition to presenting information on tourist destinations such as Bali, Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi, Kalimantan, and Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia featuring the work of cultural objects that gain recognition by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage No-thing, like angklung, wayang, kris and batik cloth.

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