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Belokurikha Welcomes Chinese Tourists
27.02.2017 00:37
Belokurikha Welcomes Chinese Tourists
(Source: https://ok.ru/rossiyakry/topic)

Altay Belokurikha resort expects to receive the groups of tourists from China, the press center of Belokurikha Kurort, JSC, reports. Within the framework of the International Tourist Forum “Visit Altai” the Altai resort town was visited by a delegation of tour operators from major Chinese cities, including Beijing and Shanghai last year.  The guests were showed a sanatorium resort center of the resort-town on the example of the holiday center “Belokurikha” as well as complex "Sibirskoye Podvoriye” and "Belokurikha-2". The meeting resulted in an agreement on further cooperation, the report says. "The guests are interested in holidays in actual Belokurikha: we discussed the possibility to arrange group visits. Thus, it is likely that next months Belokuriha will receive more groups of tourists from China", - the press center of Commercial Director of Belokurikha Kurort, JSC, Michael Schaefer says.


Sources: http://strana.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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