Entertainment City, Philippines—Okada Manila, the Philippines’ largest and iconic integrated resort, was granted the World Travel and Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Safe Travels stamp in collaboration with the Department of Tourism (DOT). This is in line with the DOT’s push to reinvigorate local tourism while ensuring travelers’ safety and well-being.
The WTTC Safe Travels stamp recognizes the property’s implementation of industry-leading and standardized global health and hygiene global protocols that help ensure safe travel in the new normal. It is the world’s first safety and hygiene stamp for the travel sector which recognizes governments and businesses.
"With uniform travel protocols expected to stimulate domestic travel, the need for more establishments for leisure will arise. The DOT encourages all [accredited establishments] not used as quarantine facilities and tourism destinations that have reopened to apply for the WTTC Safe Travels stamp to be globally recognized as a fun and 'Safe Travels' facility and destination," DOT Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat shares.