Opening Asia for Russia

Moscow held an online presentation for the tourism industry in Singapore and Thailand

08.06.2021 187 просмотров

The Moscow Tourism Committee held a digital road show with the participation of 25 city companies and more than 130 representatives of the tourism industry in Singapore and Thailand. This was announced by Deputy Mayor Natalia Sergunina. 


“The road show program included a presentation of the possibilities of the capital to foreign tour operators and online negotiations between market players. In total, Russian companies have held more than 100 short business meetings with colleagues from Southeast Asia», — said Natalia Sergunina

 

During the online presentation, in particular, a digital travel service Russpass, which helps travelers plan their trip to Russia. In addition to Russian, it already works in English and Spanish. 

 

Foreign colleagues were told about the novelties of the tourist season and the observance of security measures in Moscow, thanks to which museums, theaters, cafes with summer verandas are open to visitors in the city today. Moscow is also a member of the international travel safety Safe Travels program. City tcompanies, hotels, restaurants, cultural and leisure venues can be accredited and receive a special sign, which means that the object adheres to all necessary sanitary standards and recommendations of relevant authorities.


Russian road show participants highly appreciated the opportunity to communicate directly with potential partners from Southeast Asia. 


"Our company is no longer for the first time takes part in such events and highly appreciates the preparation and organization of the whole process. Given the current situation on the inbound tourism market in Russia, the Moscow Tourism Committee, together with business representatives, are doing a great job of promoting Moscow as a destination for all foreign tourists and, most importantly, are working together to restore the tourist flow in the post-pandemic period. Our partners from Thailand and Singapore, who attended the presentation of Moscow and communicated with colleagues online, highly appreciated the readiness of the capital to receive tourists in the current realities”, - said the CEO of UTS.Russia Aleksey Krylov.


" Such projects are an additional resource for establishing new contacts and creating an attractive image of the city for foreign travelers. As part of the event, we held a number of meetings, as a result of which the conclusion of new contracts is expected "," said Anastasia Krivosheina.

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"We were very satisfied: the potential of the Asian market is huge, and we are looking forward to opening the borders and the opportunity to carry out joint projects offline in Moscow", - shared the Deputy Sales Director of the Baltschug Kempinski Hotel Yulia Sidorenko.


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June 2020 metropolitan Moscow Tourism Committee launched a new format of international cooperation — digital road shows. Participation in them gives Moscow the opportunity to generate interest in the destination for future trips, and industry representatives — meet new tour operators and find potential partners.

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