Monday, November 2, 2009
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Tourism department sources told UNI that lakhs of tourists, who visit to the state’s favourite tourists destination of city of palaces Mysore, do not bother to travel another 60 odd km to Chamarajanagara district due to lack of proper information and tourism publicity by the government. The district has one national park, Bandipur, two sanctuaries - Biligiri Rangana temple and Cauvery - and three piligrim centres- Male Mahadeswara hills, Himavad Gopalaswamy hills and Biligiriranga hills. But this region remains far from emerging as one of the centres of tourist attraction. Though the district has been carved out of Mysore district more than a decade ago, the poor tourist inflow has already taken its toll on the tourism business in the district, which was reporting low profits. The business men and other stakeholders in the district felt that urgent measures were needed to promote the tourism industry. The lack of industrial infrastructure and facilities and jobs would have serious consequences for one of the most backward districts in the state, they added. ''The small counties like Malyasia, Hong Kong, Maldives and Singapore have been earning more than 60 per cent of their revenue through tourism with only a few tourist sports and yet they exploit these spots in a big way, however, our governments have to learn a lot from them,'' Mr Jayashankar, a business man said. Apart from the well-known places such as M M Hills, B R Hills, Bandipurnational Park Hogenakal falls, Gaganachukki and Barachukki water falls, places such as Bale Mantappa in Yelandur town and the Himavad Gopalaswamy Hills near Gundlupet town, which was covered in mist throughout the year, could be popularised.
The 360-room Novotel Taipei Taoyuan International Airport offers all its guests free access to wifi in public areas, and rooms are equipped with LCD flat screens with an extensive international selection of TV channels.
Innovative design elements are featured in all aspects of the room as well as relaxing ‘rain’ showers and anti-mist mirrors, dedicated flexible workspaces with high-speed internet, an in-room safe large enough for a laptop and 24-hour room service.
Guests staying on the Executive Premier Floor can access the exclusive executive lounge which offers a host of additional benefits.
Golf fanatics will be pleased to know that the hotel is close to Meilihua Miramar Golf resort. The hotel provides a complimentary shuttle bus to Taoyuan City, home to many important industrial parks, just 15 minutes away.
Downtown Taipei with its myriad of attractions such as the National Palace Museum, the National Fine ArtsMuseum and Taipei 101, the world’s tallest skyscraper, is just 25 miles away, and the hotel enjoysconvenient transportation links from the airport.
For conferences or meetings, the hotel offers a 488-sqm pillar-free Grand Ballroom and five additional meeting rooms flooded with natural light with one- touch control panels for lighting, sound and multi- media equipment.
Novotel’s leisure services such as the ‘In Balance’ fitness gym filled with the latest exercise equipment, a steam room, sauna and an indoor swimming pool providing guests spaces to unwind and work out. www.sapnatourandtravels.com
Thursday, July 24, 2008
India is a country of subcontinental dimensions. It is an ancient civilisation and an inheritor to a rich and diverse cultural tradition. The Fairs and Festivals celebrated across the length and breadth of the land present a fascinating pageant and showcase the resplendence of its arts and crafts tradition. Some festivals are of religious nature, others are linked with the lives of the people, change of seasons and harvesting. There are fairs which in past played an important role in the commercial life of the people and continue to be celebrated with great gusto.
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Holi One of the important festivals of North India, Holi - the festival of colours, is celebrated with gaiety and exuberance. It marks the end of winter and greets the advent of spring. According to legend, Holika was a demoness who was vanquished by Prahlad, her virtuous ....More about Holi....
Diwali Diwali, literally a garland of lamps, is an apt description of this festival of lights. Tradition maintains that lamps are lit to keep alive the memory of Prince Rama's return to Ayodhya after conquering the tyrant Ravana, the ruler of Lanka, who had abducted his consort Sita. The ....More about Diwali....
Dussehra The festival of Dussehra is the principle celebration in many parts of the country. It is celebrated with great fanfare in Kullu in Himachal Pradesh, Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, Mysore in Karnataka and slightly differently as Durga puja in West Bengal. It is the climax of nine ....More about Dussehra....
Baisakhi The first day of the Hindu new year is marked by Baisakhi, primarily a harvest festival. This is celebrated with great gusto in Punjab where Bhangara dancers, energetic and vigorous country youths enhant everybody with their ebullience.When the sun moves into ....More about Baisakhi....
Onam Onam is the principle festival of Kerala and is linked with the legend of the mythological king Mahabali. Lord Vishnu manifested himself in the incarnation of a dwarf Vamana, and requested the powerful king for a grant of land streching three steps. When the grant was made ....More about Onam.... http://indiatouristplaces.info/
Eid The most important festivals for Muslims are the Eids. These are celebrated to commemorate the ritual sacrifice (Id-ul-Zuha - Bakr-id), conclusion of the month of fasting (Id-ul-Fitr - Ramzan-id) and the birth of the prophet (Id-e-Milad - Milad-un-Nabi). Eid is celebrated with ....More about Eid.... http://indiatouristplaces.info/
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Sunday, July 13, 2008
Remember following that little toad in your backyard? How about tracking the Royal Bengal Tiger in an Indian jungle, with the warning calls of peacocks and langurs acting your guide.. Nature beckons! http://indiatouristplaces.info/
Endless green of tea-plantations rejuvenate the vision, and the aroma of spices bait the nostrils as you drive up to your roof-top summer retreat at India.. Game for a languid hill-station vacation with us?
Skiing, mountaineering, rock climbing, trekking, para gliding, wildlife safaris, camping, river rafting, you name it! Now, think of a destination that scores best in all of them. Visit India and you will know the answer...
Owing to the variety that the country of India exudes in terms of climate, culture, topography, cuisine, art and architecture, you will have at your disposal a number of tourist places in India deserving a visit or two. To the north lie the states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Leh, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir and northern West Bengal which are just the right places to be in to fulfill adventure quests. The Himalayas to the north are ideal destinations for trekkers and mountaineers. Trudge through the rough terrain of the steep ranges amidst green and pristine valleys. The backwaters of Kerala are some of the other natural tourist attractions in India that lure one and all. http://indiatouristplaces.info/
The cultural quests in the country of India will open up wide-ranging options, offering an array of different architectural styles. The states of Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat are the perfect choices in North India while Madurai, Tirupati and Chennai are the main centers of temple architecture in South India. The various fine and elaborate architectural and artistic specimens, bearing the Mughal and Hindu styles of art, are of utmost pleasure for genuine art connoisseurs. The Taj Mahal, the Red Fort, Agra Fort, the Bulund Darwaza, the Hawa Mahal etc are some of the remarkable instance of Mughal architecture. On the other hand, the Ajanta and Ellora Caves, temples of Khajuraho and Konark, Madurai and Tirupati etc are examples of Hindu architecture. The churches of Goa are again instances of Portuguese art and culture, offering a wide range of choices on a tour to India. Beaches – exotic, serene, fascinating, and tranquil – you get all kinds of beaches in India along its eastern and western coasts. Goa beaches are extremely vibrant, vivid and exotic, exuding an air of imposing vivacity. The cool breeze blowing through the swaying palms, the golden sands and the crystal clear waters will appeal to your senses. Chennai beaches are the same but the Puri beaches are more on the lines of tranquility. Make a trip of the various tourist places in India on your India tour and you will know the huge variety that the country offers, in the various forms and shapes. http://indiatouristplaces.info/