Extending a cordial and respectful greeting from Wonderful Indonesia on behalf of The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia, I would like to acknowledge and express our full support for The World Tourism Network (WTN) Think Tank and Summit – TIME2023 that will take place at Renaissance Bali Uluwatu Resort and Spa, from 29 September – 1 October 2023.

Hon. Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno

Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy
The Republic of Indonesia/ Head of Tourism and Creative
Economy Agency


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World Tourism Network

World Tourism Network is the long-overdue voice of small and medium-sized travel and tourism businesses worldwide. By uniting our efforts, we bring to the forefront the needs and aspirations of small and medium-sized companies and their stakeholders by bringing together private and public sector members on regional and global platforms; WTN advocates for its members and provides them with a voice in important tourism meetings. WTN provides opportunities and networking for its members in 130 countries.

Think Tanks | FAM | Summit

SMEs meet SMEs
A Global Exchange of the important role SMEs have in the travel and tourism business structure.
A special FOCUS on Indonesia, combined with a FAM and market exchange to explore options
Indonesians love to travel: Indonesia is an important outbound tourism market.
Interact and meet tourism boards and suppliers from across the globe.



Meet the Hon. Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett and the former UNWTO Secretary-General Dr. Taleb Rifai on tourism resilience.

... part of the First Tourism Investment Summit
in cooperation and organized by ITIC

Time for Medical & Health

A Global Opportunity

What it takes to be part of this global trend and generate new revenue streams


Meet Bali Tourism Stakeholders, Explore Indonesia and participate in the WTN Fam trip following the Summit.

Indonesian Tour Operators, Travel Companies are ready to meet global suppliers and new destinations for the potential Outbound market.

TIME to confront Climate change

Code Red Realities

The role of SMEs in this important global discussion.
Small islands and by Prof. Geoffrey Lipman