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Jakarta Post

Touting tourism

  • The Jakarta Post

  /   Mon, February 11 2019   /  01:24 am
The governor of Thailand’s Yala province, Anuchit Trakunmututa (second right), looks on as his wife Juthamanee Trakunmututa (third right) poses with the owner of Lovely Holidays Tour and Travel, Maruli Damanik (left), during their visit to the 2019 Melayu Day event in Yala, on Saturday. Several Indonesian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) affiliated with the Muhammadiyah universities in Jakarta; Yogyakarta and Makassar, South Sulawesi, participated in the three-day exhibition, which also featured business from Brunei, Malaysia and host Thailand.(JP/Nurni Sulaiman)(second right), looks on as his wife Juthamanee Trakunmututa (third right) poses with the owner of Lovely Holidays Tour and Travel, Maruli Damanik (left), during their visit to the 2019 Melayu Day event in Yala, on Saturday. Several Indonesian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) affiliated with the Muhammadiyah universities in Jakarta; Yogyakarta and Makassar, South Sulawesi, participated in the three-day exhibition, which also featured business from Brunei, Malaysia and host Thailand.(JP/Nurni Sulaiman)

The governor of Thailand’s Yala province, Anuchit Trakunmututa (second right), looks on as his wife Juthamanee Trakunmututa (third right) poses with the owner of Lovely Holidays Tour and Travel, Maruli Damanik (left), during their visit to the 2019 Melayu Day event in Yala, on Saturday. Several Indonesian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) affiliated with the Muhammadiyah universities in Jakarta; Yogyakarta and Makassar, South Sulawesi, participated in the three-day exhibition, which also featured business from Brunei, Malaysia and host Thailand.(JP/Nurni Sulaiman)...