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  • Palladium to open seven of its hotels in…
    by Laboni Chatterjee on July 3, 2020 at 4:43 am

    From 3 July onwards, Palladium Hotel Group will open seven of its hotels in Ibiza, Tenerife and Málaga welcoming back national and international travellers once more to enjoy their holidays in three of Spain’s favourite destinations. In Ibiza, the company plans to open five of its hotels. Grand Palladium Palace Ibiza Resort & Spa and

  • Gradual reopening of tourism in Singapore,…
    by Laboni Chatterjee on July 3, 2020 at 4:37 am

    As part of the resumption of activities in Phase 2 after the Circuit Breaker, tourism businesses in Singapore have been permitted to resume operations in stages from 1 July, beginning with 13 attractions. STB will also allow domestic tour operators to begin submitting their applications to resume operations. Attractions and tour operators are required to

  • SOTC Travel observers a surge in demand for…
    by Laboni Chatterjee on July 1, 2020 at 4:59 am

    From important anniversaries to special occasions such as weddings and personal achievements, holidays have given travellers the chance to celebrate the important milestones in life. With stringent restrictions on social gatherings limiting wedding celebrations this year, couples are looking at investing their savings towards a memorable honeymoon. These are mostly new-age couples who would have

  • RARE India launches three new initiatives…
    by Laboni Chatterjee on July 1, 2020 at 4:44 am

    RARE India, which is a collection of some of the finest conscious luxury boutique hotels, palace stays, wildlife lodges, homestays and retreats in India and the subcontinent, has launched three initiatives with the aim of growing its community of earth loves and travel enthusiasts who believe in sustainable living. Two of the initiatives, RARE Travel

  • Darjeeling-the Queen of Hills in West Bengal…
    by Laboni Chatterjee on July 1, 2020 at 4:27 am

    Darjeeling, the queen of hills, is all set to welcome tourists from July 1 onwards, after three months since lockdown began due to Covid-19 outbreak. The hills survive on Tea, tourism and education. Covid-19, like elsewhere had paralyzed the economy in the hills. Hotels are out of business, restaurants, shopping markets are shut because of



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