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The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road – Tourism Opportunities and Impacts
The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road is a key component of China’s Belt and Road Initiative and, as such, can play a crucial role in the development of maritime infrastructure throughout Asia and the Pacific in the coming years. This report, developed with the kind support of Sunny International,...
Western Silk Road Roadmap Western Silk Road Roadmap 2018
TripAdvisor Travel Trends for the Silk Road 2017
For the second consecutive year, UNWTO Affiliate Member, TripAdvisor, conducted a specialised consumer survey assessing travel preferences, habits and interests along the Silk Road. Research higlights that top interests while travelling along the Silk Road include visiting UNESCO World Heritage...
TripAdvisor Travel Trends for the Silk Road 2016
TripAdvisor 2016 Travel Trends for the Silk Road is a specialised report issued by UNWTO Affiliate Member TripAdvisor. Officially launched during the 6th UNWTO Silk Road Task Force Meeting in Iran in 2016, the research is based on a survey of 18,425 travellers from APAC and non-APAC countries. The...
Анализ туризма в Узбекистане. Результаты опроса международных туристов 2014 г.
Данное исследование было заказано Всемирной туристской организацией (ЮНВТО) в сотрудничестве с Организацией Объединенных Наций по вопросам образования, науки и культуры (ЮНЕСКО) и Национальной компанией «Узбектуризм». Настоящий доклад подготовил г-н Питер Клэй из Университета Монаша, Австралия, при...
Uzbekistan Tourism Insight
Released in December 2015, the Uzbekistan Tourism Insight is a report providing an overview of the findings from the Uzbekistan International Visitor Survey 2014, prepared Monash University, Australia, and commissioned by UNWTO in collaboration with the United Nations Organization for Education,...
Investment Guide to the Silk Road 2014
The Investment Guide to the Silk Road is an integral part of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development’s (UNCTAD) work in the Silk Road region, which comprises the States of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and the four western Chinese provinces of Gansu,...
The Silk Roads. An ICOMOS Thematic Study, by Tim Williams
ICOMOS thematic studies are a synthesis of current research and knowledge on a specific theme. The aim of this study is to provide an analysis of sites along the Silk Roads that could be used by States Parties participating in the Serial transnational World Heritage nominations of the Silk Roads as...
Tourism Visa Openness Report for the Silk Road Countries
Visa facilitation is central to stimulating growth and job creation through tourism. In spite of the great strides made in recent decades to facilitate tourist travel, there are still important areas of opportunities to improve visa procedures. The report Tourism Visa Openness Report for the Silk...
Roadmap for Development - Heritage Conservation & Tourism: Promoting sustainable growth along the Silk Roads Heritage Corridors
This Roadmap lays the foundation for developing a comprehensive and sustainable Silk Roads Heritage Corridors Tourism Strategy. It focuses on two heritage corridors crossing five countries: China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, which form the basis of a serial nomination that...