Tokyo: Japan will open its doors to foreign tourists, after more than two years of closed borders owing to the Covid pandemic.< ...
Mumbai/NITN: Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) conducted a first four-city roadshow in Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and Delhi from Sept. 16 to 12 to forge connections with ...
Madrid: The railway system of Spain announced that it will allow free train travel from Sept.1 to till Dec. 31.
With tourism back with a vengeance after a pandemic-induced hiatus and Work-From-Home (WFH) fatigue, Madhya Pradesh, the heart of India, has geared up to receive visitors from across t ...
Mumbai/NITN: Despite the pent up demand for travel, the late reopening of India’s skies has led to considerable problems in the visa process for several mid and long haul destina ...
Supriyo Hazra takes you on a merry-go-round of some of Sri Lanka's luxury properties spanning across its iconic beaches, hills, rocks, tea plantations and plains
In the heart of Singapore's vibrant, colourful Little India district, stands tall one hotel- Hilton Garden Inn. As our cab passed through the streets dotted on either side with the colourful heritage houses (read shop houses), we knew we were in a part of Singapore where old culture blends with the vibes of modern kickass Singapore.
- Japan finally decides to end restrictions on foreign tourists
- Bahrain woos Indians, its tourism body holds roadshows for Indian travel agents
- Spain to allow free train rides, starting Sept. 1
- Storytelling by locals makes Madhya Pradesh tiger safaris more interesting: MP Tourism
- Thomas Cook-SOTC offer Indian travellers special packages to overcome visa challenges
Qantas, the national airline of Australia, created history on Sep 14 when QF 67 took off from Sydney’s Kingsford International Airport to touch Bengaluru, the southern Indian city famously known as ‘The Silicon Valley of The East’, completing the non-stop flight in less than twelve hours.
Bengaluru: Hong Kong’s home airline will start twice-a-week direct flights from Bengaluru to Hong Kong and beyond from Oct. 11.
New Delhi: Indian Hospitality enterprise OYO on Monday announced reduced prices on stays with tariffs which now begin at Rs 399 for the period between Aug. 8 and Aug. 21.