What Is India News Service
Thursday, March
15, 2007


 Tourism Articles


 From March 02, 2007 - March 08, 2007

A Date With Brussels

IT is a land of fine dining, its narrow, cobbled streets boasting a vast array of gifts from the sea and the aroma of chocolate wafting in the breeze.

Room For Two

In keeping with the romance of season, Orbitz has come up with premium packages in the hills Himachal, Nilgiris, Kashmir, and Corbett Himalayas.

Silent Hill

The quaint small hill station of Kasauli is at its prime at this time of the year and an ideal place to go to for a quick getaway.

The Wondrous Animals Of Kaziranga

Hugh and Colleen Gantzer visit Kaziranga the greatest wetland park of India, and come face to face with a sea of interesting animals.

Stuttgart Airport Woos Indian Carriers For Direct Flights

Stuttgart is gunning for direct international flights from India in a bid to boost its commercial and tourism ties with the country.

Railway, Textiles Ride The Hospitality Boom

Looking a gift horse in the mouth, the railway and the textile ministries are both offloading land banks in prime locations to realtors and hospitality consortiums to build star hotels and mixed-use developments, setting their cash registers ringing . . .

Mp To Focus On Water Tourism

Tourism has become a major thrust area for Madhya Pradesh (MP) and the state as part of its development plans for the year 2007-2008 is planning to focus on adding new attractions in the sphere of water based tourism.

Gujarat Set To Get Floating Hotel

Gujarat is all set to get a luxury floating hotel that would include an international marina, a golf course and conference centres.

Holiday Package

Women on Wanderlust (WOW) is organising a nine-day tour of Greece and Istanbul starting on May 6.

Timelessness Of A City

The serene, green surroundings at the Taj West End hotel are in stark contrast to the bustling City just outside.

Woes Of A Vegetarian

Everything seems great... you managed to catch the connecting flight (and so did the blessed baggage), the room has a splendid view, the weather is perfect, the kids are not (yet) driving you up the wall... for a moment, it appears like heaven on earth.

Sky Is The Limit

BBC World, the international 24-hour news and information channel, has started a new series on the Indian aviation industry.

Life's Liabilities

Eat with care and exercise well This generation's tendency to work long hours, eat fast food and settle for homebound entertainment has created many people like Harish, 30, a marketing professional.

Deal Of The Week

The Bed and Breakfast offer includes stay, breakfast, taxes, 20 per cent discount on food and beverages, and stay for two children below 12 in their parents' room with one extra bed at no additional cost.

Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary

Situated close to the Myanmar (Burma) border in the picturesque north eastern State of Nagaland, the Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary boasts rich flora and fauna.

Lake View!

A road to paradise, writes SUBHA J RAO Sometimes, the first look doesn't do enough justice to a place, as we realised on our way back from Western Catchment.

Can't Forget Kathmandu!

If there is any destination that truly offers value for money, it has to be Kathmandu.

Chill Out In Style

Looking for a weekend retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city? The Only Place could be an option.

Travel Package

Air Deccan ties up with Travelguru to provide passengers budget hotel bookings and holiday packages from over 2,500 hotels located in 160 cities across India and in destinations that Air Deccan . . .

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