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Promotion of the virtual tourist card of Karlovac County on the ARZ highway

first_imgThe system of benefits for the end guest is completely free and designed in such a way that the more the guest uses it and the more savings are achieved, currently with 231 partners from the tourism and hospitality sector in the county. Definitely a recommendation for all tourism workers to join the project. Thus, for the first time, the tourist offer was united in one place via a mobile tourist card. The virtual tourist card operates on the principle of a networked offer model with incentives and discounts for tourists who decide to stay in the county. The virtual tourist card of Karlovac County called “In medias res” can be downloaded HERE As one of the first promotional activities, the arrival of guests on the ARZ motorway, more precisely at the entrance to Lučko, was wisely used from Karlovac County. In addition to guests passing through Karlovac County, this is another promotional move aimed at motivating guests to deviate from the highway on the way or return from the sea. Especially for foreign tourists, to spend at least one night, to rest from the road to the Adriatic. Presentation and promotional distribution of the Karlovac County Tourist Card on the ARZ motorway On that occasion, at the exit from the highway in Karlovac, the participants promotionally distributed the Tourist Card to tourists passing through Karlovac County. Photo: Karlovac County The director of the Karlovac County Tourist Board, Dina Begić, said that the information leaflet would be available in all tourist boards and their tourist information centers in Karlovac County, and could be purchased at tourist sites where interest was shown. Photo: Karlovac County At the beginning of July, Karlovac County presented a new tourist product – a tourist application or a virtual tourist card of Karlovac County called “In medias res”. For this occasion, 50 thousand information leaflets were printed, 35 thousand in Croatian and 15 thousand in English, which will be distributed to guests, mostly at the toll booths of the highway in Lučko and Karlovac.last_img read more

Indonesians least likely to use hand sanitizer among ASEAN peers: YouGov survey

first_imgIndonesians are less likely to use hand sanitizer compared to citizens of other Southeast Asian countries, according to a recent survey by global public opinion and data company YouGov and Imperial College London.The survey looked at COVID-19 preventative measures across six ASEAN countries and interviewed 12,999 adults aged 18 and over across Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam between March 30 and April 27.The survey found that only 66 percent of Indonesian respondents “always” or “frequently” used hand sanitizer in the past seven days, the lowest percentage among the six countries.A Flourish chart Many Singaporean respondents also did not use hand sanitizer, with only 68 percent saying they had done so. Thai respondents were the most likely to use the product at 89 percent, followed by Vietnam at 86 percent, the Philippines at 86 percent and Malaysia at 77 percent.Around 87 percent of Indonesian respondents said they “always” or “frequently” wore face masks in the past seven days, putting Indonesia ahead of only Singapore (66 percent).A Flourish chartIndonesian respondents were, however, likely to avoid both going out in general and attending large gatherings. Eight percent of Indonesians said they “rarely” or “never” avoided going out, while 5 percent said they were not avoiding large gatherings.Government officials have encouraged the use of face masks and urged people to stay at home to stem the spread of COVID-19, though no national-level regulations have made such measures compulsory. Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) enacted by regional administrations such as Jakarta are more stringent, with residents facing fines if they do not wear masks in public.Topics :last_img read more