FROM MONACO WITH LOVE – Michelin Starred Chef Marcel Ravin curates Monaco Organic Food Festival for India

Monaco Government Tourist Bureau India along with Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer (SBM) in association with Vetro, The Oberoi, Mumbai, recently organised the Monaco Organic Food Festival by Michelin Starred Chef Marcel Ravin, from 26th September 2019 to 29th September 2019, in Mumbai. Visit Monaco takes immense pride in welcoming the bright-eyed Chef from Monaco, who cooks faithfully and from the heart while combining the culinary style of his Caribbean origins with the treasures of the southern land and sea, so dear to the people of Monegasque. Marcel Ravin,…

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How about an eco-friendly vacation in Israel?

Eco Tourism is progressively making a mark in Israel as tourists are flocking to the ancient civilisation to relish its bountiful natural retreats. Whether it is about staying in a converted eco-bus, being an eco-volunteer or enjoying a technology free, organic B&B offering alternative therapies, one can find a plethora of green tourism options in Israel ·         Collective and cooperative communities like kibbutz and moshav practice organic farming, recycling and host programs in eco-tourism. Enjoy eco-study, eco-hikes, meditation, relaxation, natural therapies and healthy cuisine in tandem with the chance to live with…

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Azerbaijan Tourism Board underpins commitment to Indian tourists with a three-city roadshow

Azerbaijan Tourism Board (ATB), the national body that supports Azerbaijan’s growing tourism industry, is holding a three-city roadshow in India. Running from 9-13 September and visiting Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai, the event will bring together key travel industry leaders in the region to build valuable connections between the countries. H.E. Mr. Ashraf Shikhaliyev, Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to India, Officials from the Azerbaijan Tourism Board, led by CEO, Florian Sengstschmid and Nazim Samadov, Deputy Director Executive of Azerbaijan Airlines/Buta Airways Director attended the roadshow. The unique platform gave…

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Floating Market OF THAILAND: MARK IT ON YOUR BUCKET LIST

From martial arts to the choice of meat, Asians are known for their adaptability. Floating markets are yet another proof of how versatile human can be, that when unable to pave roads for trade, water may prove just as reliable asset as others.The floating market of Thailand are essentially tourist traps with alluring food and souvenirs. However, it did not always use to be this way; as such markets have remained ingrained in the Thai historical culture from long.   Floating markets are mainly found in Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam. However,…

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5 Unique MICE Venues in Washington DC

Experience the DC difference by hosting a meeting or an event of any size in the nation’s capital and wow attendees with historic landmarks, tech-friendly venues and vibrant neighbourhoods. With a variety of meeting spaces, convention halls and 17 free-to-enter Smithsonian museums, it’s no surprise that DC is one of the top destinations to host a meeting. ·        Connections to 1,000+ Destination DC members, including Michelin-starred restaurants and Forbes 5-star hotels ·        Guidance in selecting a distinctive venue, booking a cool hotel or taking advantage of unmatched access to expert speakers, federal…

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Sri Lanka wings its way through the desert skies

Just as a phoenix rises from its ashes, Sri Lanka has moved forward with the enduring resilience to restore the world , s faith after the horrific terror attacks. Hospitality is the heart of the Sri Lankan way of life and this beautiful Island has is all set to welcome the tourists with same enthusiasm. TwS spoke to some of the travel and hospitality fraternity of Sri Lanka to know about the present scenario in terms of the mindset, security as well as business revenue and how the industry is…

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Konnichiwa to Japan’s art, culture & food

When it comes to Japan, the imagination of many take them to sky-high districts full of neon alongside centuries-old buildings and lots of “only in Japan” things. Of course, one can stick to these stereotypes and although they do exist, carefully cultivated for traveller’s pleasure; it is worth your while to dig a little bit deeper and explore rowdy bars, stunning arts, incredible hotels, vibrant festivals and some of the best foods of the world. Here we bring to you five things to do in Japan. Immense yourself in art…

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Baku, Azerbaijan: Where old meets new

From the old charm of the historical sites to the futuristic architecture of Flame Towers, Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan and the little visited capital, is a mix of old and new and has many surprises which can entice a traveller to explore the unexplored destination.  While looking for a new destination to explore for your next holiday plan, if you need to look up where Baku is, you are not alone! Sandwiched between Iran to the south and Russia to the north, and bordering Armenia and Georgia to the…

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Malaysia: Cultural gem of Asia

Immaculate beaches, dense forests, world-class adventure facilities to contemporary tourism products topped with exquisite hospitality; if there, s one word to blend it all, it is Malaysia. Rightly called Truly Asia, it is undoubtedly the jewel of Southeast Asia. With numerous parks, appeasing variety of food, cultural experiences and plenty of activities, it is without doubt the most favoured destination for any segment of tourist. Let, s take you on a rollercoaster of exotic Malaysia.  Acountry with modern infrastructure, matched with wild rugged nature offerings, Malaysia is seasoned with opportunity…

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BHUTAN Happiness on Earth

An Engineer by qualification, Arnav quit his job to pursue his passion for travelling, and being an Army brat by birth, travelling and socializing is in his DNA. His belief is: “Go to a new place every now and then to “Eat Travel Live” and then Repeat the cycle over and over again”. He has been creating travel content for more than two years now, and is currently learning more about his passion of travel by pursuing a Masters in International Tourism and Hospitality Management from one of the elite…

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Jordan unveils its Underwater Military Museum in Aqaba

An adventure that will leave you breathless! Take a swim in the Gulf of Aqaba in the Red Sea and explore the first Underwater Military Museum offering underwater enthusiasts 19 fascinating relics of battles. The military machines are stationed along the coral reefs imitating a battle tactical formation, that have formed the most exciting underwater escapade, intriguing divers and snorkelers to discover more and more of the dive site, not expecting what to see next and leaving them with a totally unique experience. After 30 days of scanning, photographing and…

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Busting Dubai’s biggest Myths

Simply say the word ‘Dubai’ and star-reaching skyscrapers and camels crossing sun-kissed dunes spring to mind. But Dubai is so much more than that! While it is a city that is growing and evolving to become a city of the future, it maintains its strong cultural traditions and heritage. Here are top 5 common misconceptions which are far away from reality:  1.     Dubai is just a desert Twenty odd years ago, this sentence would perhaps hold true. Dubai today has become the perfect scenic backdrop with a unique combination of the…

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Jacqueline Fernandez visits Sri Lanka under Cinnamon’s ‘Bring a Friend Home’ Campaign

Bollywood star and former Miss Sri Lanka, Jacqueline Fernandez recently visited Sri Lanka as the first guest under Cinnamon’s ‘Bring a Friend Home’ (BAFH) campaign. This unique initiative by Cinnamon is to encourage Sri Lankans living here and overseas as well as expats in the country to nominate their foreign friends to visit the island nation.  Hence, the hotel chain hosted Jacqueline from 10th to 14th August and created unique experiences for her in the country. As a Sri Lankan herself who is proud to support the recovery of the tourism industry, Jacqueline kick started the initiative by travelling…

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TV stars explore South Korea

Leading ladies and household names of Indian Television – Tanya Sharma, Kanika Mann and Charul Malik are taking a breather from their hectic schedules and holidaying it up in South Korea. Their travel plans and itinerary are being hosted by Korea Tourism Organization (KTO), Busan Tourism Organization, Gyeonggi Tourism Organization and Gimhae Tourism Organization. The glimpses of their journey can be watched on India TV’s Saas Bahu Aur Suspense show in the upcoming episodes. South Korea, as a tourist destination, is gaining popularity amongst Indian tourists owing to its simple…

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Romancing with sea

Nothing is more soothing than witnessing the spectacular vistas at the deck of a ship amidst the peaceful waves in the lap of sea. No matter what, travelling by any means is always a refreshing experience in itself but watching the world pass by between various destinations from breathtaking islands to captivating shores is something beyond comparison. From a comfy cabin to endless amusing activities for entertainment such as bars, spas, music and dance shows, and a unique set of sport activities, a cruise journey is all about heading for…

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