Travel and tourism has always been a key industry for any country as it not only brings foreigners but also brings foreign currency. International travel and travelers have continued to be an important contributor towards a country's industries and economy. And rightly so, many countries have taken huge steps to create a tourist friendly environment, yet many more have yet to do something concrete about it.


MICE Travel is not everybody's business YET it is

Kshitiz Thakur   |   New Delhi

MICE business Travel is not everybody's business but yes, it concerns and should concern most of us. This is because of the two inherent aspects of MICE industry. The first one, that represents its core meaning as well as its purpose and which is, to hold MICE industry events like exhibitions, trade fairs, conferences, etc.


Red Fort stands tall with its Charm and Significance

Kshitiz Thakur   |   New Delhi

The Red Fort of Old Delhi is not just a beautiful structure built with red sand stones and representing history. These red sand stones actually gave it the name Red Fort. It not only holds its beauty and charm but also its significance and place in history as well as in today's time. It is one of the oldest and famous monuments of Old Delhi, locally known as Lal Quila. On one side it faces the city with its wall standing about 33 meters tall and stands 18 meters tall on the river side, facing the Yamuna. The structure was listed as one of World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007.


Tourism is one of the fastest growing and perhaps the most far reaching industries globally. It is an industry which is driven not as much by the technology advancements but more by human needs. It is a very vast industry as it involves various types of tourism which in itself are huge in terms of value and certainly in terms their geographic reach; and because directly and indirectly it involves and affects many other industries sectors and many markets, countries and geographies.