The Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) is pleased to announce that the Sustainable Tourism Destination Standard for Indonesia has achieved ‘GSTC-Recognized’ status. The awarded status affirms Indonesia’s commitment to promote sustainable tourism products and services.
The Sustainable Tourism Destination Standard for Indonesia was developed to guide the sustainable development of tourism destinations in Indonesia. Recognizing the growing demand for travel to its many appealing destinations, the Ministry of Tourism seeks sustainable development at each of them.
“The Sustainable Tourism Destination (STD) Standard will promote Indonesia as a hub and an epicentrum for sustainable tourism certification in ASEAN and Asia Pacific,” says Indonesian Minister of Tourism Arief Yahya. “The Ministry Of Tourism has already endorsed 20 regions to be designated as pilot projects for the STD Standard and has also endorsed STD Standard implementation in 10 priorities destinations.”
This is an excerpt from an article first published by Travel Daily News Asia. Read the original article here: Sustainable Tourism Destination Standard for Indonesia achieves GSTC-Recognition.