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Global tourism News
Tourism sector flower blooms in India despite slowdown sentiments in other sectors of economy
Fri, Sep 20, 2019
Tourism sector is also one of the biggest creators of employment in India, and till FY 2017-18, as many as 8 crore 11 lakh people were connected to this sector, and the same has increased to about 10 crore.
Pack your bags! Plan a Macau trip under Rs 1 lakh - Here is your complete guide to save big
Fri, Feb 15, 2019
As tiny as Macau may look on the map of China, it has enough for anyone visiting the city. Known for its massive casinos, Macau is a paradise for gamblers and shoppers, but offers more to tourists in form of its rich history, sightseeing, shopping and foodie delights.
Budget 2019: Tourism sector demands infra push, ease in regulations
Mon, Jan 28, 2019
Tourism companies are demanding that the government should increase infra spend towards roads, air, rail and inland waterways from 22 per cent to 30 per cent.
Good news for travelers! Thailand extends 'Visa on Arrival' fee waiver for Indians
Fri, Jan 18, 2019
Under this waiver, tourists from India and twenty other countries named in this announcement will be able to stay in Thailand for 15 days under the free Visa on Arrival terms.
Aviation: Jayant Sinha discusses possibility of direct flights to Perth with Western Australia Tourism Min
Thu, Oct 25, 2018
India is already a fast growing market for Western Australia with the number of visitors increasing by 38 per cent from the year ending December 2015 to the same period in 2017, an official release said. "Air India has agreed to explore the business case for the route," it added.
Monsoon Travel Searches Spike 25%: Dubai Tops
Sat, Jul 14, 2018
If it is monsoon season, then it is time to stay home and dry. Right? Wrong! Increasingly, the travel bug is biting the public as is clear from this survey.
Global tourism: Travel and tourism sector predicted to slow after higher oil prices, airfares
Thu, Mar 22, 2018
Tourism-phobia has become increasingly prevalent, particularly in European destinations such as Barcelona and Venice, where visitors crowd the same places at the same time. The WTTC is involved in efforts to spread tourists around destinations and smooth out demand over time. Oxford Economics helped in the compilation of the report, which covers 185 countries.