Tag: Bahrain tourism

Bahrain Tourism organises two-city roadshow to lure wedding and MICE travellers from India

In a bid to lure Indian MICE, weddings and luxury travellers and to educate travel trade about the new and exciting destinations, Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA), recently conducted a two-city roadshow, Chennai and Bengaluru in India. With their primary focus on the MICE and wedding industry, BTEA flew in with a delegation of […]

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Bahrain Tourism eyes influencing Indian travellers in 2018

Akansha Pandey | New Delhi The island country has been witnessing majorly business travellers from India. With their debut in the Indian market early this year, Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) is expecting an increase in leisure travellers from India this year. “We are very serious about tapping the Indian market further. For the […]

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Bahrain Tourism Authority appoints Good Relations as India Representative

Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) has appointed Good Relations India (GRI) as its official representative in India. Good Relations India will conceptualise, implement and promote marketing strategies for Bahrain in India. Commenting on the appointment, H.E. Shaikh Khaled bin Humood Al-Khalifa, CEO, BTEA, said, “Although Bahrain has a number of unique offerings for tourists, […]

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Bahrain tourism revenues up by 17.37% in 2014

The overall revenues grew by 17.37% last year (2014) to top BD228 Million, compared with the same period in 2013, Bahrain’s Minister of Industry and Commerce Zayed bin Rashid Alzayani announced. Citing updated statistics, he said that around 10 million individuals visited Bahrain with a growth by 11.1% than 2013, including 6.6 million visitors from […]

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Bahrain pushes culture, business and family tourism

The Kingdom of Bahrain has laid out its extensive tourism plans for 2013 that include heavy promotion of its cultural sites, marketing itself as a ‘twin destination’ in the Gulf region along with Oman and Dubai, pushing wildlife and nature tourism as well as business travel. While the short-term focus is for the GCC region, […]

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