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The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has forced Turkey to close its borders, affecting the country's vital tourism industry.
The fear of being infected from coronavirus is creating a domino effect in the cancellation of holiday plans, exposing the tourism industry to a major slump.
Breaking records in the tourism sector, Turkey is keeping its pace to reach its 2023 targets. And every travel enthusiast must know what they are.
A rich culture, historic sites, and awe-inspiring natural features attract millions from around the world to Turkey each year.
The Mediterranean resort city of Antalya hosts over 5.5 million tourists from Russia, 2.5 million from Germany in the first 10 months of 2019.
Vietnam's 1902-built railway attracts crowds of tourists that want to snap selfies with passing trains or lounge at trackside cafes. But the government has given a deadline for all cafes to close down to secure public safety.
According to a survey by TUI Group, Turkey is the third most preferred for summer holiday in European countries.
From pristine beaches and clear blue waters to historical sites spanning back millennia, millions choose Turkey for their holiday each year.
Just four to seven minutes long, Halil Bekar's documentaries feature undiscovered tourist spots in Turkey.
Eastern Express, chugging between capital Ankara and eastern Kars province, will now stop briefly at several sites allowing visitors to enjoy more destinations.
Following decades of conflict, Sri Lanka was making steady if uneven headway towards economic development. The recent attacks could set the economy back years and have deep social ramifications.
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