An international conference with the participation of the UNWTO “Preserving cultural heritage as a contribution to development of tourism in Uzbekistan” will be held within the Tashkent international tourism fair “Tourism on the Silk Road” in October.
Uzbekistan Havo Yollari (Uzbekistan Airways) in cooperation with administration of Singaporean airport Changi held a marketing campaign to present historic and modern development of Uzbekistan to Singaporeans and guests of the city-country.
A stunning 3D projection mapping show presented as part of the closing ceremony of the recently held 10th ‘SharqTaronalari’ (Melodies of the Orient) International Music Festival wowed thousands of spectators on Samarkand’s fabled Registan Square. Moreover, the music and light show is a permanent project that will boost the historical city’s lure.
A ground breaking initiative to advance better interpretation and presentation among tourist guides operating along the Silk Road kicked off on Monday, 24 August 2015, in Khiva, Uzbekistan.
Uzbektourism and Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA) are planning to sign a memorandum of further cooperation in October 2015.
Organizers of the Tashkent International Tourism Fair “Tourism on the Silk Road” are planning to hold meetings in the format B2B (Business to Business), the press service of Uzbektourism said.
Over 2 million foreign tourists from 70 countries pay visit to Uzbekistan annually, according to the press service of national company Uzbektourism.
Chinese company Yutong held a presentation of its tourism buses in Tashkent, the press service of Uzbektourism said.