Thailand is among the world’s top tourist destinations as it annually draws millions of people from around the globe and can be a role model for other countries, particularly Iran.
The presence of foreign media in Iran for preparing reports and documentaries about the country’s tourist attractions has seen a considerable rise since the landmark nuclear deal with major world powers in July 2015.
Head coach of a popular Iranian football club has advised people to take necessary precautions on Chaharshanbeh Soori, a fire festival held on the eve of the last Wednesday of the Iranian calendar year, and do their best have a good time instead of endangering their lives.
Every year, a couple of weeks before the arrival of spring, traditional singers known as Nowruz Khans herald the arrival of spring in the villages of northern Iran by singing and playing their instruments.
An Iranian cultural official announced that the art of making the traditional soap of Maragheh, a city in northwestern Iran, has been registered in the list of Iran's national intangible cultural heritage items.
While most ski resorts in Iran are located in northern and western parts, the mostly dry and semi-dry provinces in the east are also home to one ski resort.
Iranian tourism industry has an exclusive pavilion at the 51st edition of ITB Berlin 2017, one of the world’s leading travel trade shows.
Iran’s Foreign ministry said Iranian nationals are well-advised to exercise caution while traveling to neighboring Turkey due to security concerns.
A number of Turkish tour guides have travelled to Iran to visit some of the country’s cities and attractions and further know about them.
An Iranian lawmaker warned against the construction projects that endanger historical sites, particularly those in central Iranian city of Yazd which threaten an old structure due to be registered as a world heritage site.