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Development of specialized types of tourism will be discussed in Primorye

The development of ecological, gastronomic, cultural, educational, health-improving, extreme tourism will be discussed by the participants of the round table on the development of specialized types of tourism in Primorye.

The round table will be held as part of the business program of the XVIII Pacific International Tourism Exhibition (PITE), which will take place on May 16-18 on Russky Island, according to the Department of International Cooperation and Tourism Development of Primorsky Krai.

Russian and foreign experts are invited to the discussion. Thus, the director of the National Tourism Organization of Korea Pak Hyun Bong will make a report “International experience of organizing ecological tourism”. Director of the Primorsky Museum. VK Arsenyeva Viktor Shalai will talk about the role of museum excursions in urban tourism.

In general, the participants of the exhibition expect a rich business program. Its central event will be the Asian Congress Event and the MICE industry. Within the framework of the congress it is proposed to hold panel discussions, the participants of which will discuss the economic efficiency of exhibition and congress events, effective mechanisms for promoting the territories, attracting investments to the industry, developing integration processes in the tourist business of the Asia-Pacific region.

It is assumed that tourism will become one of the important factors in the development of Primorsky Krai's economy. The Governor of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, set the task of developing domestic and inbound tourism, including cultural, cognitive and environmental tourism.

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