ITB Asia Unveils Top Exhibitors for 16th Edition

ITB Asia, the leading travel trade show in Asia, has revealed the highly anticipated list of top exhibitors for its upcoming 16th edition.

From October 25th to 27th, 2023, attendees can look forward to an extraordinary event featuring three co-located shows: ITB Asia, MICE Show Asia, and Travel Tech Asia. Set at the prestigious Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Singapore, the event promises three full days of networking opportunities with international exhibitors, along with insightful conference sessions across three conference theaters.

Expansion and Early Confirmations

Ahead of the scheduled show in October, a significant number of exhibitors have already confirmed their participation and are planning to expand their presence at ITB Asia 2023. Among the impressive lineup are National Tourism Organizations (NTOs) such as Brand USA, Croatian National Tourist Board, Czech Tourism Authority, Japan National Tourism Organization, Jordan Tourism Board, Korea Tourism Organization, Malta Tourism Authority, Marianas Visitors Authority, PROMPERU, Singapore Tourism Board, Taiwan Tourism Bureau, Tourism Authority of Thailand, Tourism Promotions Board Philippines, Tourism Seychelles, Visit Estonia, Visit Finland, Visit Iceland, Visit Maldives, Visit Monaco, Visit Norway, and many more. Attendees can expect a comprehensive showcase of global destinations and tourism products. The latest floorplan is available at

Impressive Lineup: Regional Tourism Organisations

In addition to NTOs, ITB Asia 2023 is pleased to welcome a range of Regional Tourism Organisations (RTOs) and Tourism Associations. These include Busan Tourism Organization, Business Events Perth, Council of Indigenous Peoples of Taiwan, Daejeon Tourism Organization, Fukuoka Convention & Visitors Bureau, Gyeonggi Tourism Organization, Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Promotion Center, Johor Economic, Tourism and Cultural Office, NEOM, Pattaya Variety, Penang Global Tourism, Phuket Tourist Association, Sarawak Tourism Board, Saxony Tourism, Seoul Tourism Organization, SURUGA Marketing & Tourism Bureau, Taipei City Government, Visit Anchorage, Visit Brussels, Visit Rovaniemi, visitBerlin, and Zagreb Tourist Board.

Embracing Innovation and Networking

Katrina Leung, Managing Director of Messe Berlin (Singapore), the organizer of ITB Asia, MICE Show Asia, and Travel Tech Asia, expresses her excitement for the upcoming event. “At ITB Asia attendees can feel the pulse of innovation, network with global trailblazers and boost their business growth to seize the opportunity to shape the future of the travel industry. By expanding the Travel Tech segment with another hall, we’re opening doors to limitless possibilities, ensuring we stay ahead in this rapidly evolving industry”, she said. 

All-Access Pass and Super Early Bird Rate

Trade visitors are invited to join the event with an all-access pass, granting entry to all three shows – ITB Asia, MICE Show Asia, and Travel Tech Asia. To take advantage of the Super Early Bird rate, available until September 3rd, 2023, interested participants can register at

Travel Tech Asia Gets a Dedicated Hall

In conjunction with ITB Asia, Travel Tech Asia will have its own dedicated hall on Level 1 of the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre. As the premier travel technology marketplace for digital travel leaders, Travel Tech Asia is set to showcase exhibitors from the travel technology sector. Renowned companies like Amerilink International Corporation, DerbySoft, Go Global Travel, Hotelbeds, Infor, Korea Tourism Startup Center, Rakuten Travel Xchange, SUNRATE,, TBO Holidays, and UNIFIFI Group will be present.

Exclusive Access with Travel Tech Asia Visitor Pass

Visitors specifically interested in travel technologies can obtain the Travel Tech Asia Visitor Pass, offering exclusive access to the exhibition and conferences. The Super Early Bird rate is available now, and visitors can register before September 3rd, 2023, at

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