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  • 【4K】The Exciting Journey - Stunning Views - KANSAI, Japan

    By visiting the Kansai Guide, discover why tens of millions of travelers are flocking to Kansai. An exciting journey awaits you. See more views: http://bit.ly/36mAv2C Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truekansai/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/truekansai/ Shooting locations are below 0:00 Sea of cloud, Yoshino / Nara 吉野 雲海/奈良 0:03 Uradome coast / Tottori 浦富海岸/鳥取 0:07 Mt. Mitoku(Nageiredo Hall of Sanbutsuji Temple) / Tottori 三徳山三沸寺投入堂/鳥取 0:11 Nara park / Nara 奈良公園/奈良 0…
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  • Al Fateh Grand Mosque

    The Al Fateh Grand Mosque is not only Bahrain's largest mosque, but also one of the largest mosques in the world. It can hold up to 7,000 people and is crowned with the largest fiberglass dome in the world.
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  • Bahrain Fort

    The rich trading history of Bahrain, formerly known as Dilmun, is reflected in numerous archaeological sites. Probably the most fascinating is the Bahrain Fort, which is part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage, with its settlement history of over 4,000 years. This was once the capital of Dilmun and is now one of the most important excavation sites on the Arabian Gulf.
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  • Bahrain Tourism & Exhibitions Authority

    Co-exhibitor
    Germany
    • FESPO FESPO
    Welcome to the Kingdom of Bahrain, on the sunny Arabian Gulf. Experience the hospitality of the kingdom consisting of over 33 islands and let yourself be enchanted by its more than 6,000 year old history. Relax on one of Bahrain's beautiful beaches or explore one of the 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and discover the history and culture of this cosmopolitan kingdom.
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  • Bahrain's Always Warmer

    Local Bahrainis tell us what it's like being in Bahrain
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  • Beautiful Samoa (Full Length)

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  • Cook Islands Tourism
    Marketing Corporation

    Main exhibitor
    Germany
    • FESPO FESPO
    Fremdenverkehrsbüro der Cook Inseln in Zentraleuropa für Infos oder Broschüren für einen Besuch der Cook Inseln.
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  • Discover China

    China is forever linked to its ancient civilization, friendly people, and many of the world’s most revered treasures, such as The Great Wall, Terra-Cotta Warriors & Horses and the Yangtze River. Today, one can also find spectacular architecture and towering skylines in Shanghai and Beijing (site of the 2008 Summer Olympics), a wealth of luxury accommodations – and as always – exquisite cuisine.  Come and see why China is drawing millions of visitors from all over the world. And, why each an…
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  • Dive Bahrain

    Since September 2019, Bahrain has a new attraction for divers, as the sinking of a completely decontaminated Boeing 747 marked the start of the project for the world's largest underwater theme park, which covers an area of around 100,000 m². Further attractions of the underwater park are a re-enacted pearl trading house, a shipwreck and a sculpture gallery.
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  • Explore Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka is the treasure of island for all tourists. You can discover variety of natural, cultural and historical heritages within few hours.
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  • Fremdenverkehrsamt
    der Volksrepublik China

    Main exhibitor
    Switzerland
    • FESPO FESPO
    China National Tourism Administration(CNTA) is directly regulated by the State Council, responsible for developing, promoting and regulating China tourism industry. The main responsibilities of CNTA are as follows:  1. Studying out guidelines, policies and plans for the tourism development; Working out the solutions to the important problems in the economic tourism operations; Drawing up the industry regulations, rules, and standards and supervising their implementation;  2. Coodinating th…
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  • Herrliche Badeferien an den Stränden Thailands

    Üppig bewachsene tropische Inseln, herrliche, von schattenspendenden Palmen gesäumte Strände, Korallenriffe mit einmaliger Meeresflora und –fauna, verborgene Grotten und Lagunen, Fischerdörfer mit freundlichen Menschen, einsame Naturparks, bewaltete Hügel, Gummiplantagen, naturbelassene Wildreservate – das verspricht und hält der thailändische Süden. Über gut 1200 Kilometer erstreckt sich der „Elefantenrüssel“ von Bangkok hinab bis an die Grenze zu Malaysia. Das Landesinnere dominieren bewalde…
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