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India key source market for Oman

India is ‘very important’ source market for the Sultanate of Oman, says Asma Al-Hajri, Deputy Director General, Tourism Promotions, Ministry of Heritage and Tourism, Sultanate of Oman. She shares USPs of the destination that will surely inspire Indian tourists. Janice Alyosius With the tourist footfalls from foreign countries increasing, tourism …

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‘Experiences help curate luxury’

Simran, Co-founder, OneLatitude, and an adventure travel operator, says her experience as a traveller helped her curate experiences for customers. TT Bureau Simran, Co-founder, OneLatitude, said that she started the company with the idea of helping travellers experience things they hadn’t before. “It was a huge leap of faith and …

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Madame Tussauds opens in Noida

Looking into the potential in the Indian market, Merlin Entertainments Group has opened a Madame Tussauds at DLF Mall of India in Uttar Pradesh’s Noida. The Group is working closely with the travel fraternity and tourism board to promote the museum. TT Bureau Merlin Entertainments Group, the second largest attraction …

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‘Good demand in tier III, IV cities’

Tekla Maira, Regional Director (Sales–India), Banyan Tree, who has championed untapped potential in tiered cities, talks about her focus areas and the hotels she is promoting in the Indian market. Hazel Jain Tekla Maira, Regional Director (Sales – India), Banyan Tree, has taken over the responsibility to promote five key …

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‘Indian weddings’ in South Africa

Sun International, an internationally renowned hotel brand with several hotels in South Africa, is excited to host Indian weddings and has made special arrangements for the Indian guests. TT Bureau Sun International, an internationally renowned hotel brand, has hotels in “all regions” of South Africa.  The hotels of Sun International …

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Talent crunch in Hospitality Sector

Whether it is education, training or employment, the hospitality industry in India needs to strengthen all three to make sure that there is no talent drain in the sector, which is already facing staff crunch as one of the consequences of the pandemic. One of the oldest sectors, hospitality has …

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Oman, gateway to paradise

New Delhi: The Sultanate of Oman encourages tourists to come and discover the country and enjoy several of its attractions. As the second-largest country in the Arabian Peninsula, Oman has a variety of topographical features such as valleys between rugged mountain ranges. These are between terraced orchards where pomegranates, apricots, …

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‘India can be our biggest market’

Destination New South Wales has bold aspirations for the India market – to make it one of its biggest international source markets. Steve Cox, CEO, Destination New South Wales, was in India recently to talk to the travel trade and the airlines to address challenges in terms of air connectivity …

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Kiwi Link eyes Indian travellers

Tourism New Zealand welcomed 15 buyers from India at the first in-person trade event after two years – Kiwi Link Asia 2022. The event was held in Singapore from 29 to 31 August 2022. It supported Tourism New Zealand’s bintegrated strategy in Asia on trade events. TT Bureau After two-year …

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