Among the challenges highlighted in the 2016-2025 ASEAN Tourism Strategic Plan are the weak policy framework for integrating sustainable tourism development and the lack of priority for tourism in public infrastructure investment. (9) promote investment opportunities in the ASEAN tourism industry; The Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Angela Tanoesoedibjo, represented Indonesia at the meeting of ASEAN tourism ministers entitled “Special Meeting of ASEAN Tourism Ministers (M-ATM) on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) ” Wednesday evening (COVID-19).” Several studies indicate that it takes at least five years for the tourism sector to return to normal after COVID-19. But I think ASEAN is better than that, tourism in our region will recover more quickly on one condition, we need to strengthen cooperation and cooperation,” said Angela. Phase 4 of the program was implemented between October 27 and November 27, 2019. 80 tourism professionals from Southeast Asia took a full-time one-month course at the Russian National University of Tourism and Services (RSUTS). The course included advanced Russian language training as well as cultural and historical studies. Students also acquired skills needed to organize guided tours and provide quality tourism services. In terms of accessibility for all, ASEAN should move towards inclusive tourism. The objective of an inclusive tourism sector can only be achieved if ASEAN meets certain challenges, particularly in the less developed regions of the region. (5) promote the development and promotion of ASEAN as the only tourist destination offering world-class standards, facilities and attractions; Speaking at the working meeting in Kunming on 17 November 2017, U Yee Mon, permanent secretary of the Myanmar Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, said that tourism cooperation between Mekong cities will create more jobs and raise public awareness of respect for cultural traditions.