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Myanmar rolls out VOA for Indian nationals

India nationals can now enter Myanmar with visa-on-arrival (VOA) at Yangon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw International Airports, as part of the Myanmar government's...

Myanmar rolls out VOA for Indian nationals

India nationals can now enter Myanmar with visa-on-arrival (VOA) at Yangon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw International Airports, as part of the Myanmar government's...

Switzerland Tourism rides train of opportunity in India

Switzerland Tourism recently concluded its annual roadshow across the four Indian cities of Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata and Delhi to showcase the country's diverse offerings. Key...

Discover more of Switzerland with all-in-one pass

The Swiss Travel Pass has been updated and expanded, and Indian tourists who purchase this all-in-one ticket will be able to use it for...

Weaker rupee will affect Indian outbound, but may boost SE Asia’s...

While the Indian outbound sector is likely to see the impacts of a weaker rupee for the upcoming holiday season, agents are expecting demand...

Malaysia beckons foreign airlines its way

Now in hot pursuit of foreign carriers, Malaysia Airports Holdings (MAH) is offering financial support for overseas airlines, as well as negotiating for the...

HKTB, Cathay Pacific extend reach into tech-savvy India with Klook partnership

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) and Cathay Pacific have partnered Klook, an in-destination travel booking platform giant, to woo Indian travellers. This represents a...

Indonesia tourism determined to expand air connectivity, outreach with India

After recording strong growth in tourist arrivals from the Indian market in the first eight months of 2018, Indonesia is now stepping up efforts...

Sri Lanka bolsters upcoming lean season with discounts, promotions to Asian...

Three associations representing airlines, hotels and DMCs – along with Sri Lanka’s Tourism Promotion Bureau (SLTPB) – are banding together to spur off-season arrivals...

India sails into top spot as cruise feeder market for Singapore

In 2017, India led visitor arrivals as Singapore’s number-one source market for cruises with 127,000 cruise passengers – a 25 per cent increase compared...

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