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Altynay from Kyrgyzstan became a star of ITB Asia exhibition in Singapore

Updated: Oct 26, 2023

Today in Singapore launched the leading tourism exhibition of the Asia-Pacific region ITB Asia, which is attended by thousands of travel companies. Our country is represented by the Tourism Development Support Fund and five tour operators.

The exhibition is very bright and rich, the countries are literally fighting for the attention of visitors - at the stand of Kazakhstan are treated to Baursaks, Finland is promoted by Santa Claus, the representatives of South Korea are given for likes of national food and drinks.

But the unconditional favorite and star of the exhibition became the Kyrgyz Altynay Muratbek kyzy with her national dances. The girl was applauded by visitors and journalists.

I came to Singapore in 2017 - went to medical college. After studying nursing, I spent three and a half years working at Gleneagles Private Hospital as a nurse. In Singapore, I like - there are good responsive people and delicious food," - says Altynay.

Kyrgyz dances became part of the program on the stage of cultural presentations. Our country was also represented by Talented Azemov, the head of the travel company "Edelweiss touristik", who is brilliant at playing the ooz komuza. He said that his art helps him in his work.

"In working with tourists have to talk about the culture and customs of the Kyrgyz people. And if you yourself play a national instrument, it makes a great impression," he shared the secret of success.

Interest in travel to the Kyrgyz Republic is growing, our delightful nature and various opportunities for outdoor activities are of great interest. Representatives of travel companies from all over the world are interested in winter tourism in our country, active recreation, mountain tourism. Meetings on the stand of the Kyrgyz Republic go without stops.

ITB Asia will be held for three days. During this time, representatives of the tourism business will hold hundreds of meetings with their colleagues from around the world, discuss key areas of the tourism industry and conclude new contracts.

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