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Dubai records outstanding 10.6 per cent increase in tourism volumes

A record total of 8.06 million international overnight tourists arrived in Dubai during the first six months of 2017, reflecting a stellar 10.6 per...

India becomes 2nd highest source market for tourism to the Sultanate...

The Sultanate of Oman has recorded a 12.37% growth in Indian tourist arrivals with 357,147 travellers visiting the country from January to December 2018...

Sydney still number one destination for business events

Sydney has once again been ranked Australia’s leading destination for conferences and professional meetings following the release of the Union of International Associations (UIA)...

Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) appoints Blue Square Consultants (BSC) as...

The travel and tourism industry is one of the most rapidly growing sectors in India. Capitalizing on this significant growth, Japan National Tourism Organization,...

Tourism Malaysia Mumbai associated with Akbar Holidays to conduct a...

Tourism Malaysia Mumbai in association with Akbar Holidays announced their 5 cities Product Briefing Seminar to be held in Bhubaneshwar on May 14th, Raipur...

Women’s Journey Thailand campaign to return with great offers throughout August...

The Tourism Authority (TAT) is bringing back the Women’s Journey with all the highlights and offers to entice Women travellers from around the world...

Consumer promotion and travel trade incentive campaign launched by Kenya Tourism...

Kenyan ambassador to India H.E. Florence Imisa Weche on Wednesday, in absolute flare, danced to the tunes of the growing tourism in Kenya at...

Yas Island ‘Safe Zone’ now in place for UFC Fight Island

World-class, international sport took a step closer to a triumphant return to the UAE this week as the ‘safe zone’ for UFC...

South Africa voted as the most popular post COVID-19 destination by...

The Rainbow Nation of South Africa has been nominated the most sought-after destination through Tourlane's recent survey, which analyzed aspirations of travel...

Strong dollar infuse hope for Indian inbound travel industry

The steep fall of rupee against U.S. dollar is presumed to bring happier times for the Indian tourism industry. For global travelers heading to...