Touristic stand of Uzbekistan presented at the ITB Asia-2019

From 16 to 18 October, Singapore hosts the international exhibition of tourism and travel Asian leading Travel Trade Show – ITB Asia, which presents the national stand of Uzbekistan, organized by the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for tourism development with the support of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Singapore.

The newly built Hilton hotel of  Tashkent city also takes part within the Uzbek delegation, offering its guests high international level service of hospitality.


ITB Asia is the largest modern platform for presentations of the organizations of the opportunities. For three days, leading tour operators from Asia will offer their programs, representatives of hotel and restaurant business will demonstrate the main advantages and benefits of their hotels, IT companies will present the latest advances in telecommunications technology for travel industry and tour operators popular routes and destinations for tourists. More than 11 thousand visitors from 110 countries are expected to attend the event.


ITB Asia is an annually held three day B2B trade show and convention for the travel industry, it is designed to become the primary event for the Asia Pacific travel industry, much like its parent event – ITB Berlin. Now in its twelfth year in Singapore, ITB Asia will be taking place at Marina Bay Sands. It is organized by Messe Berlin (Singapore) Pte Ltd and supported by the Singapore Exhibition & Convention Bureau. Today, ITB Asia is the premier meeting place for the travel trade industry and a forum for establishing high-quality customer contacts and conducting businesses.


At the stand of Uzbekistan, our delegation presents foreign guests detailed information about the country, the tourist potential of the regions and the developing types of tourism in the country. In addition, guests can see the tourist opportunities of each region of Uzbekistan presented in the proposed handouts, including magazines, booklets, brochures and tourist maps.