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High Satisfaction of Chinese Traveller with Travels to Iran
The president of the Chinese Tourism Academy (CTA) has been surprised by the high satisfaction rate among Chinese tourists who have visited Iran. At a meeting with an Iranian vice minister of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism in Beijing, the president of the Chinese Academy of Tourism, Dai Bin, said a survey indicates that 85 percent of Chinese tourists who have traveled to Iran have Expressed "full satisfaction" with the trip.
He also noted that all Chinese tourists were satisfied with security in Iran, adding: “Most tourists liked the cities of Isfahan and Shiraz very much and described Naghsh-e Jahan Square and Nasir al-Mulk Mosque so wonderful ".
Dai also called for efforts to facilitate visits to Iran by Chinese citizens, saying that programs such as training Chinese-speaking tour leaders and infrastructure that allow foreigners to make reservations on the Internet or online platforms could greatly help increase the number of Chinese tourists in Corri.
Noting a 17 percent decrease in the number of Iranian visitors in China, Dai said Chinese officials were trying to address the problem by detecting the deficiencies.
He also praised Iran for raising the visa requirement for Chinese tourists and stressed: "The development of the tourism industry in the two countries requires cooperation between the two governments, however, the private sector also plays an important role."
The president of the Chinese Academy of Tourism finally denounced the unilateral policies of the United States government towards the region, saying that China opposes the unilateral measures and sanctions of Washington.
For his part, the Iranian Vice Minister of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism, Vali Teimoory, stressed the importance of ties between Iran and China and listed the efforts of the Islamic Republic to facilitate Chinese visits to Iran.
He also noted that Iranian tourism and training institutions are prepared to work with the Chinese Tourism Academy to train tour guides in the Chinese language and culture.