The ASEAN Framework for Sustainable Tourism Development in the Post-COVID-19 Era was recently published to guide work on the sustainable tourism development agenda of ASEAN.
Sustainable tourism is seen as a key emerging driver for a destination’s ability to maintain or build a strong reputation and competitive brand that is expected to enhance existing relationships with local communities, visitors and other relevant stakeholders.
As articulated in the ACS 2025 Plan, the vision for Southeast Asia is to make the region a “quality tourism destination” that offers a unique and diverse ASEAN experience and is committed to sustainable development. of tourism.
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As a collective effort to realize this vision, ASEAN Tourism Ministers have approved the ASEAN Framework for Sustainable Tourism Development in the Post-COVID-19 Era with the support of the ASEAN-Asia Economic Research Institute Eastern (ERIA).
the vision for Southeast Asia is to make the region a “quality tourism destination” offering a unique and diverse ASEAN experience
The framework identifies areas of interest and seeks to capitalize on the work already being undertaken by the tourism sector and other relevant sectors in the ASEAN Community, particularly in the years leading up to 2025 and beyond.