The three-day fair can be visited daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. upon payment of an entrance fee of Tk 40 per person

TBS Report

June 01, 2022, 8:10 p.m.

Last modification: 01 June 2022, 20:16

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After a hiatus of more than two years, the long-awaited international travel and tourism fair “Dhaka Travel Mart” is set to begin at the ballroom of the city’s Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel on Thursday (June 2).

Minister of State for Civil Aviation and Tourism, Md Mahbub Ali, will officially open the fair as the chief guest, a press release read.

This year, some 50 organizations, representing national tourism organizations, airlines, tour operators, hotels, resorts, travel agencies, online travel agencies, domestic and foreign health service providers are participating at the DTM 2022.

During the three days of the fair, visitors will benefit from attractive offers from participating organizations, including discounts on air tickets and hotel accommodation, tourist packages among many others.

The co-sponsor of the fair, US-Bangla Airlines, in addition to 10% discount on air tickets to all their domestic and international destinations, will offer its customers two free hotel nights in Cox’s Bazar.

Partner airline Biman Bangladesh Airlines will offer an attractive discount of up to 20% on airfares for travel to select international destinations in its network.

The three-day fair can be visited daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. upon payment of an entrance fee of Tk 40 per person, the press release said.

Visitors can win attractive door prizes in the raffle, which will include air tickets to the Maldives, Singapore, Delhi, Sharjah, Kolkata, Cox’s Bazar and many more.

The leading online travel agency (OTA), Triplover, is the host as the ‘main sponsor’ of the fair, while US-Bangla Airlines is the ‘co-sponsor’.

National carrier Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Bangladesh Tourism Board (BTB) and Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (BPC) are the partners of DTM 2022.

The Bangladesh Monitor welcomes the Dhaka Travel Mart for the 17th year.