Tag: Bhutan

The Postcard Hotel goes international, aims to own or manage a billion dollars of hotel assets in 5 years

The latest entrant in the Indian luxury hotel space, The Postcard Hotel, is all set to receive guests in Sri Lanka and Bhutan this November. After a successful start of three hotels in Goa, the brand’s first international venture will be Bhutan and Sri Lanka. Globally no luxury brand has expanded this fast with international […]

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TTF opens today in Ahmedabad

The biggest-ever Travel & Tourism Fair in the city The 3-day Travel and Tourism Fair (TTF)  inaugurated today, in the fully packed Exhibition Halls at Gujarat University. 665 exhibitors from 27 Indian states/UTs and from 23 countries are participating in TTF Ahmedabad, making this an unprecedented networking and business opportunity for the travel trade from […]

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Bhutan to promote eastern region among budget travellers

Shruti Dugar | Mumbai India is the biggest inbound source market in terms of arrival, with a major chunk travelling for leisure and wedding purpose. With improved infrastructure and better connectivity, Bhutan seems positive in increasing tourists from India. For 2018, Bhutan has charted a plan to promote its untouched eastern region. “In order to […]

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India’s biggest travel show network TTF opens in Bengaluru

Facilitating the travel trade to meet and market their tourism products, TTF, the biggest travel show network in India for 29 years, is all set to provide the right opportunity to the travel industry from across India to connect and conduct business under one roof. Inaugurated today, the 3-day TTF Bengaluru 2018 is being held […]

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Bhutan: a cultural sanctuary

Mandatory traditional dress, along with an abundance of monasteries and an ancient archery tradition is helping to capture Bhutan’s deep-seated heritage. Source: BBC

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Le Meridien opens a new hotel in Bhutan

Starwood Hotels & Resorts has launched its second Le Méridien hotel in Bhutan. Set on the banks of the Paro River, Le Méridien Paro Riverfront offers views of the Himalayas. It provides just 59 rooms and suites, plus a restaurant, swimming pool, fitness centre and spa. All guests would also be offered free access to […]

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Bhutan celebrates 2015 as ‘Visit Bhutan Year’

Bhutan is celebrating 2015 as ‘Visit Bhutan Year’ to commemorate the 60th birth anniversary of Bhutan’s Fourth King, H M Jigme Singye Wangchuck. The Tourism Council of Bhutan is also working in partnership with the travel trade to create unique experiential packages around key themes like adventure, culture, wellness, nature etc. Damcho Rinzin, Head, Marketing […]

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Bhutan offers Honeymoon, Silver Hair and Luxury Tourism

In order to increase the travel and tour image of the country, The Tourism Council of Bhutan is planning to tap the Wedding/Honeymoon segment, the Silver Hair (senior citizens) segment and Luxury Travellers. Namgay Wangmo, Marketing and Promotion Division, Tourism Council of Bhutan said,”India is currently one of the top source markets for Inbound Travellers […]

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Terrorism divides, tourism unites: Narendra Modi in Bhutan Parliament

While touring Bhutan, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue of terrorism and encouraged development and tourism between India and Bhutan, saying that ‘Terrorism divides, tourism unites’.  “India is committed to good relations with its neighbours,” Modi added. He strongly believes that India’s progress and stability will directly impact the development of its neighbours. […]

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Bhutan focuses on attracting high-end travellers

Tourism Council of Bhutan is shifting its focus point towards showcasing the country as a high-end luxury destination. To implement this plan, the tourism body had recently conducted a three-city roadshow in India, that was held in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata. Damcho Rinzin, Marketing Officer, Marketing and Promotion Division, Tourism Council of Bhutan, said , […]

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