Poster 2

Organizer

Smart Community Tourism
Email
info@scotwebinars.org
Website
http://www.scotwebinars.org

Date

May 14 2022
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Time

Singapore Time
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Languages

English,
Japanese
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Wong Kong Yew
Moderator

Datuk Rashidi Bin Hasbullah
Speaker

Shayesteh Moghadas
Speaker

Malcolm Cooper
Discussant

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 14 2022
  • Time: 5:00 am - 7:00 am

Volume 40

Beauty and Wellness Therapy and Community-based Tourism
The strong tradition of beauty therapy has become a major theme in health and wellness tourism. This webinar discusses the importance of approaches based on the community’s requirements, and how to provide opportunities for residents to increase their image as a part of the health & wellness tourism market. To explore the concept of wellness tourism in practice and with a focus on beauty therapy, the webinar panel introduces an initiative that specializes in bringing communities and tourists together to provide such therapies based on local resources. The initiative is already recognized and initiated by several tourism ministries in South East Asia and the Middle East and the panelists share their experience with other regions. Partnership and inclusion are take-home lessons from this platform that is also recognized as a Public-Private Partnership project by the Malaysian Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture.

There will be simultaneous translation into Persian and Japanese.
Program
Welcome remarks
Kazem Vafadari
Beauty and wellness tourism as public, private partnership
Wong Kong Yew
The role of government and association in beauty and wellness tourism
Datuk Rashidi Bin Hasbullah
The importance my beauty practices from beauty & wellness communities
Shayesteh Moghadas
Conclusion
Kazem Vafadari
Malcolm Cooper
Cultural break
Questions & answers
Structured discussion with panellists Q&A with participants.
Closing & summary of webinar (recognition of beauty & wellness tourism)
Jafar Jafari

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