Tujuan Asean Tourism Agreement

(4) the creation of an integrated network of tourism and tourism services to maximize the complementarity of the region`s tourist attractions; (4) strengthen cooperation in the development of measures to promote efficient and safe travel and tourism in the area of land transport and travel insurance; Recalling the Hanoi Action Plan adopted at our sixth summit on 15-16 December 1998 in Hanoi and the ASEAN Ministerial Agreement on Tourism Cooperation signed on 10 January 1998 in Cebu, Philippines, which included the development and promotion of ASEAN as the only tourist destination with world-class standards, facilities and attractions; (5) strengthen measures to prevent threats to heritage and natural resources posed by tourism; and REAFFIRMING our commitment to the rules and principles of the General Agreement on Trade in Services and our policy to apply them to the tourism and travel industry; (3) improving education programmes and skills in tourism training and formulating competency standards and certification procedures that eventually lead to mutual recognition of skills and qualifications in the ASEAN region; (2) strengthen cooperation between ASEAN Member States in the tourism sector in order to improve its efficiency and competitiveness; (6) the development and strengthening of ASEAN cooperation in overseas markets and major international tourism and travel fairs; Member States are cooperating in the area of human resource development in the tourism and travel sectors by deciding to improve the efficiency and competitiveness of ASEAN`s tourism services; (3) encourage cooperation between ASEAN`s national tourism organisations and the tourism industry, in particular airlines, hotels and resorts, travel agencies and tour operators, for the marketing and promotion of transnational travel packages, including sub-regional growth areas; Under the ASEAN Framework Agreement on Services, Member States are permanently fighting trade in tourism services. 2. memberikan layanan pariwisata antar Negara negara asean (2) intensification of the joint use of resources and facilities for tourism education and training programmes; IN CONCLU A ACCORD ON ASEAN TOURISM at the seventh ASEAN Summit in Brunei Darussalam on 4 November 2001; (10) cooperation in the use of information technology in the ASEAN tourism and travel trade sectors; and (3) to significantly reduce restrictions on trade in tourism and tourism services between ASEAN Member States; (5) promote the development and promotion of ASEAN as the only tourist destination offering world-class standards, facilities and attractions; (1) develop non-restrictive arrangements allowing ASEAN Member States to use tourism professionals and skilled workers in the region on the basis of bilateral agreements; (5) Cooperation with other countries, groups of countries and international institutions in the field of human resource development for tourism. REMEMBERing the need to strengthen, deepen and expand cooperation between ASEAN Member States and their private sectors in the field of tourism, given the complementary nature of their tourism attractions; (1) the extension of the visa exemption for nationals of ASEAN Member States travelling within the region, on the basis of bilateral visa-free agreements between Member States that are willing to do so; (9) promote investment opportunities in the ASEAN tourism industry; VU the Manila Declaration of 15 December 1987 expressing ASEAN`s determination to promote travel within ASEAN and strengthen the ASEAN tourism industry; NOTE the strategic importance of the tourism industry for sustainable socio-economic growth in ASEAN Member States and the diversity of cultures, economy and complementary benefits throughout the region, which would benefit tourism development in