Kazakhstan to resume flights to Thailand, Georgia in Aug NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM - Kazakhstan plans to restart flights to Thailand and Georgia in August, Dastan Ryspekov, Сhairman of the Committee for Tourism Industry of the Ministry of Culture and Sport of Kazakhstan, told a briefing at the Central Communications Service on Tuesday, Kazinform correspondent reports.
Kapchagay city to close leisure facilities to implement quarantine ALMATY REGION. KAZINFORM - By the order of acting chief medical officer of Kapchagay city Larisa Roldugina, the operation of the city's sanatoriums and resorts, recreational areas will be halted starting from July 25 through August 2, Kazinform reports.
American photographer George Steinmetz shows Kazakhstan through his lens SHYMKENT. KAZINFORM – American photographer and frequent contributor to National Geographic magazine, TIME, and The New Yorker George Steinmetz has recently traveled to Kazakhstan to show the world the country through his lens, Kazinform reports.
Roadblocks considered for Burabay resort to stop sunseekers from flocking AKMOLA REGION. KAZINFORM - Many people flocked to the beaches of Burabay - a national natural park - this past weekend despite the nationwide ban on swimming introduced as part of the measures to fight the spread of COVID-19, Kazinform cites Khabar 24.
Kazakhstan resumes regular flights to 5 more countries NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM - More regular international flights are to be resumed in Kazakhstan, Sadvakas Baigabulov, chief medical officer in transport of the Kazakh Healthcare Ministry, told a Friday briefing at the Central Communications Service, Kazinform correspondent reports.
Number of Kazakh tourists visiting Turkey in March 2020 shrinks BAKU. KAZINFORM The number of tourists from Kazakhstan visiting Turkey amounted to 8,217 people in March 2020, which is 55.71 percent less compared to the same month of 2019, Trend reports referring to Turkey’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
Dubai Airport busiest for international traffic for 6th year running DUBAI. KAZINFORM Dubai International, DXB, has retained its position as the world’s number one hub for international passengers for the sixth consecutive year with annual traffic for 2019 reaching 86.4 million – 6 million more than the nearest rival London Heathrow.