Xiamen fair explores attractions, history and traditions of Iran’s Yazd

April 27, 2019 - 20:15

TEHRAN - Tens of tourist attractions, rich history and traditions of Iran’s Yazd province were spotlighted during the 15th Strait Travel Fair, which was held in Xiamen, China’s Fujian province, IRIB reported on Friday.

A number of local travel marketers and eco-tourism associates represented Iran pavilion at the event held at the Xiamen International Convention and Exhibition Center from April 19 to 21.

With its winding lanes, forest of badgirs (wind catchers), mud-brick houses, atmospheric alleyways and centuries of history, Yazd is a delightful place to stay, referred to as a ‘don't miss’ destination by almost all travel associates in the region.

Exhibitors from 47 countries, 20 Chinese provinces took part in the event, setting up 2,600 stands and pavilions, the report said.

The Strait Travel Fair is organized by the China National Tourism Administration in collaboration with the Fujian Provincial People’s Government in a bid to advance common development between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan in the tourism industry.


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