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The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) organised an immersive virtual tour to Singapore recently for the stakeholders of Indian travel trade. The virtual familiarisation trip aimed to create a differentiated and immersive experience for the travel trade fraternity in India, and to reimagine and evolve their definition of travel. It offered to the participants fun and […]Continue Reading
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The United Arab Emirates will lift a ban on transit passenger traffic from India, Pakistan, Nigeria and other countries from August 5, the country’s National Emergency and Crisis Management Authority (NCEMA) said. The UAE, a major international travel hub, has banned passengers from many South Asian and African countries for several months due to the […]Continue Reading
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Understanding the importance of sustainability, the German National Tourist Board (GNTB) has embarked on ‘Feel Good’ Campaign 2021 to promote sustainable tourism offerings. .The ‘Feel Good’ initiative illustrates the various sustainable tourism offerings across the country, while providing guidelines on how to still visit the natural landscapes, urban attractions, and Continue Reading
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The Arslantepe Mound, a 8000-year old archaeological mound was inscribed on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites positioning Turkey as a destination with a record number of recognition for its cultural heritage sites. The announcement was done during the recently held Extended 44th UNESCO World Heritage Committee online session in Fuzhou, China. According to a Continue Reading
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Continuing its initiative to educate the travel trade fraternity about some of the distinct and niche tourism products of Destination USA, Brand USA organised the ‘Chalo USA Part 4 – Self-drive Family Holidays’ online webinar on July 23 in association with TravelBiz Monitor. The webinar threw a spotlight on Niagara Falls USA, Virginia state, Fairfax […]Continue Reading
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The United States will not lift any existing travel restrictions “at this point” due to concerns over the highly transmissible Covid-19 Delta variant and the rising number of US coronavirus cases, the White House confirmed on Monday. The decision, which was first reported by Reuters, comes after a senior level White House meeting late on […]Continue Reading
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