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Ramada Ajman brings positive feedback from Kazakhstan International Tourism Fair

Dubai, UAE– Ramada Hotel & Suites Ajman, a premier destination for business and leisure travellers, recently attended the Kazakhstan International Tourism Fair (KITF) and brought positive results with the team meeting new contacts and potential business partners.


Iftikhar Hamdani, General Manager, Ramada Hotel & Suites Ajman, said: “This was the first time we have attended this exhibition and we are very pleased with the results. We met with a lot of new contacts and potential business partners who will promote Ramada Ajman to Kazakhstan, the ninth largest country in the world. Currently, there are 1,000 tourism agencies in Kazakhstan, with international partners from 80 countries and we hope to get a share of this market especially that we have now upgraded our property. With the opening of the 60 new rooms, our inventory is now 400 rooms so this tour was very important for us to increase our share from this market!”


KITF, held in Almaty, Kazakhstan, is the leading event for the travel and tourism industry in Kazakhstan and Central Asia. The exhibition is recommended by the UNWTO and is officially supported by the Ministry of Tourism & Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan. 
Over the last 11 years, KITF has welcomed thousands of trade professionals and travel enthusiasts, keen to see the latest offers on the market. KITF offers an exciting mix of destinations within Kazakhstan, as well as abroad, entertaining visitors with enticing images, vibrant colours and unusual cultural demonstrations.


The Ramada Ajman team focused on presenting the beauty of the Emirate of Ajman, the facilities at Ramada Ajman and new offerings to attract the attention of travellers who are interested in exotic beaches, breathtaking adventure or a relaxing spa, all of which are offered by the property.

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