Published on Friday 04 Sep 2015
(Sydney, 4 September 2015) Several companies are taking the opportunity to introduce their new products and properties to the market at this year’s Luxperience, opening on Monday at Australian Technology Park.
At least ten companies are launching at Luxperience from operators Anda Ocean Adventures and Latin America specialists DB Americas, to curated homestays company LUXICO and recently opened property Aleenta in Thailand. A major international hotel group will be announcing a new edition to its portfolio and resorts opening in 2016 appearing at Luxperience include Nai Harn, Thailand; 7Secrets Resort and Wellness Retreat, Bali; The Island Grace, Fiji and New Zealand’s Helena Bay and The Lodge at Kinloch.
Luxperience 2015 will also have visits from a few VIPs. India’s Consul General Mr. Sunjay Sudhir will perform a ribbon cutting ceremony at the India stand on Monday morning. The
Peruvian Ambassador, Mr. Luis Felipe Quesada Inchaustegui will also visit during the 3.5 day exhibition.
Luxperience is an invitation-only business forum that is the only one of its kind based in the Australasia and Pacific region connecting the world’s most exclusive travel providers dealing in luxury and experiential travel.