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Czechs open new resort in Aktau

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A Czech company has built a new resort in Aktau. The resort is called Tree of Lives, Tengrinews.kz reports citing the President of Kazakhstan Tourist Association Roza Assanabyeva who took part in the opening ceremony. According to her, the resort has 33 cottages for 100 people and adjacent recreation areas. “I am now in the room, it is gorgeous! A family of 4-5 people can take one cottage. The accommodation is very good here. The resort is right on the Caspian shore, 30km from Aktau,” she said on the phone. Assanbayeva said that the resort’s opening was attended by guests from Astana, Almaty, ambassador of the Czech Republic to Kazakhstan Bedrich Kopecky, chairman of the export bank and managers of Tree of Lives Kazakhstan company. “They will now lay the capsule launching construction of a sanitarium for 200 people. Last autumn Kazakhstan President visited the Czech Republic where the agreement was made on construction of the resort,” Assanbayev said. “28 percent of the world’s population prefer beach vacations. Mainly people take vacations during vacations of their children. I highly recommend our people to spend their vacations at our (Kazakhstan) resorts” instead of traveling elsewhere.

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