Monday, November 2, 2009

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Tourist potential of Chamarajanagara district ignored

Mysore, Oct 25: Ideal spots like dense forests, spectacular waterfalls, rich folklore and tribal culture, the Chamarajanagara district has it all to attract tourists, but the sad tale continue with situation being otherwise.
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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.

Accor Opens Novotel Taipei Taoyuan International Airportwww

Accor has opened its first hotel in Taiwan, the Novotel Taipei Taoyuan International Airport. Located at Taiwan’s busiest international airport, the Novotel Taipei Taoyuan International Airport is just a few minutes from the terminal building.
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.