Category Archives: NTO (National Tourist Offices)

Singapore launches platform to shape future of travel

Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has announced a new initiative to reimagine travel for Singapore and the rest of the world, by sparking conversations, stories and ideas to collectively shape the future of travel. Called SingapoReimagine, it will kick off with a series of forums around the world to start discussions on how to reshape global travel. Global partners will be invited to share knowledge and exchange ideas, with the first one to be held in Singapore next year before being hosted in other parts of the world.

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Spain’s virtual roadshow will help trade prepare for future

Speaking about the Virtual Spanish Travel Show organised by The Tourism Office of Spain in India that will be held online on December 2-3, 2020, Elisa Robles-Fraga, its Director, says, “The show will help the trade make new contacts and prepare them to leap ahead as soon as international travel to Spain restarts.” To register, go to www.virtualspanishtravelshow.com

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Spain Tourism to conduct first virtual roadshow on Dec 2-3, 2020

The 2-day virtual roadshow organised by The Tourism Office of Spain in India will have regional tourism boards, hotels and DMCs from Spain who will focus on restarting tourism into Spain from India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh. Elisa Robles-Fraga, its Director, says, “We are organising our annual show virtually for the very first time. It will include meetings between buyers and sellers, product presentations, plus interesting panel discussions and contests with prizes to be won.”

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Ras Al Khaimah airport to receive 1st passenger flight from SpiceJet on Nov 26

Ras Al Khaimah International Airport is gearing up to receive the first commercial flights from SpiceJet on November 26, 2020. Operating an initial schedule of twice-weekly flights, SpiceJet’s first tranche of services will operate from Delhi on Boeing 737-800 with a 189-passenger capacity. The flight will depart Delhi at 22:30 and land in RAK at 00:50.

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Spain Tourism’s 2-day virtual roadshow aims at restarting tourism

The 2-day virtual roadshow organised by The Tourism Office of Spain in India will have regional tourism boards, hotels and DMCs from Spain who will focus on restarting tourism into Spain from India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh. Elisa Robles-Fraga, its Director, says, “We are organising our annual show virtually for the very first time.”  

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Ireland’s self-drive routes will definitely attract Indian visitors in 2021-22

Keeping the new demands of travellers in mind, Tourism Ireland India’s recent webinar focussed on hotels, attractions and COVID safety measures. Huzan Fraser Motivala, its India Representative, says, “Self-drive tours will be popular and one of the best ways to experience Ireland is through self-drive.Indian visitors will definitely increase in 2021-2022.”

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Thai Golf Pass Season 4 launched in India

When it comes to hospitality no country comes closer to perfection than Thailand offering something for everyone of diverse interest, every age and every budget. From pristine sandy beaches to lush jungles, bustling busy cities to traditional villages, Michelin star menus to roadside noodle stalls, historic Buddhist temples to 21st century sky scrapers, Thailand is truly amazing! Amazing Thailand also has Amazing Golf facilities. Ideally located more than 250 golf courses throughout the country, by the sea, by the mountains, by the lakes, inside the cities even besides the airports. Top quality courses, reasonable green fees, friendly caddies. From the beach resorts in the south such as Phuket to the mountainous surroundings in the north or the bustling cities of Bangkok and Pattaya, there are golf courses to suit every preference. To promote the Amazing Golf Experience, SLW, the leading Golf Management company had launched the first ever loyalty program for a country in 2017. ‘Thai Golf Passport was launched in India to offer Indian golfers a seamless golf experience in Thailand. Indian golfers can be a part of this Amazing reward programs whenever they tee off in Amazing Thailand’ said  Anil Dev, Managing Director, SLW.’ More than 250 quality service providers like Callaway and a number of Golf Courses, Resorts and hotels are on board as partners. While travel business took a hit due to Covid19, we are gearing up to make Thailand the destination of choice when travel resumes’ he added. Vachirachai Sirisumpan, Director, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) New Delhi Office commenting that “Golf is one of the important segments which we focus on and continue to promote Thailand as Indian Golfer’s favourite destination. In fact, destination …

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Tourism Ireland webinar to focus on offerings, safety guidelines

Tourism Ireland India is organising a webinar on Nov 19 at 3.30 pm to educate the trade on its offerings and COVID safety guidelines. Huzan Fraser Motivala, its India Representative, says, “It will see participation from four Irish suppliers and attendees can win gift hampers.” Contact Jaspreet Kaur at jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com or +91-9650196532 to attend.

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