ATTOI lauded for successfully conducting YAT2018 Yoga, the best gift India has offered to the world, aims at uplifting the physical, mental, and spiritual growth of a human being. With its tranquil natural retreats and rich heritage in Ayurveda and other wellness practices, Kerala presents itself as one of the
Union Tourism Minister of India Shri K. Chiranjeevi met the Union Home Minister Sri Sushilkumar Shinde today and submitted a proposal to extend Visa-on-arrivals to 16 more countries. The Ministry of Tourism strongly felt that the “Tourist Visa – on – Arrival (TVOA)” facility for those countries, which are potential
A plan to construct a new cross-country mountain bike trail across the Victorian High Country has been officially launched in Melbourne. The trail stretches 40 kilometres across the Mt Buller and Mt Stirling Resorts, Mansfield State Forest and the Mt Russell Education Area and is specifically designed for mountain biking.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has lined up several celebrations to mark the Chinese New Year holiday in 2013. Starting from February 6 to 14, Bangkok’s famed Yaowarat Road will host the Chinese New Year Festival in China Town, and the Regional Chinese New Year Festival 2013 will take
Australia’s overseas arrivals have continued to grow strongly through the end of the year, recording seven per cent growth in December 2012 to reach 6.1 million visitors in 2012. In 2012, the number of international visitor increased by 270,500 – an increase of almost five per cent on 2011 arrivals.
To mark the Valentine season in February 2013, the Tourism Authority of Thailand is proud to present a number of unique and memorable ways for wedding and honeymooning couples to either tie the knot or enjoy the honeymoon of a lifetime. In recent years, Thailand has become one of the
Over 19 of 27 districts in the state of Assam in Northeast India have been hit by flood affecting more than 17 lakhs of people. A total of 18 people have been killed by this flood over the past week, according to the latest figures from the local disaster management
Sydney Aquarium re-launched itself as the SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium – home to new zones, a spectacular new ocean tunnel and the world’s largest variety of Sharks and Rays. The Aquarium authorities revealed the results of a nine-month overhaul and opened its doors as the all-new SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
Islamist fighters with probable ties with al-Qaida have attacked the centuries-old mausoleums of Sidi Mahmoud, Sidi, Moctar and Alpha Moya. The destroyed tombs are classified as UNESCO World Heritage site in Mali’s historic city of Timbuktu. According to the locals, the Islamists began to attack the saints’ tombs with shovels