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New website underway to promote Mysuru tourism

The city of Mysuru in Karnataka will have its own and exclusive web page on tourism.

The district authorities have decided to develop a website to encourage tourist activities and visitor influx.
A tourism development committee composed of tourism officials and stakeholders has been restructured to review the industry once every three months and discuss improvements.

Tourism stakeholders are requested for suggestions on adding more activities to attract tourists. Currently, about 26 tourism products are approved by the Department but Mysuru has been primarily relying on Mysuru Palace, Zoo, Chamundi Hills, and Dusshera for tourism.

Mysuru Deputy Commissioner KV Rajendra, who heads the committee, reviewed tourism activities and directed authorities to be proactive in promoting tourism.

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