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Bhutan reduces SDF to woo dollar-paying tourists

Bhutan reduces SDF to woo dollar-paying tourists

The Government of Bhutan has announced its decision to reduce sustainable development fees (SDF) for dollar-paying tourists in an attempt to revive the tourism sector. The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Employment announced a 50

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India, Bhutan in talks for rail links to promote tourism: Jaishankar

India, Bhutan in talks for rail links to promote tourism: Jaishankar

To promote trade and tourism between India and Bhutan, the Indian government is keen to establish rail link between the two nations, said External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar. He spoke about the ongoing talks between

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Bhutan reduces tourism tax until end 2024 for long staying visitors paying in dollars

Bhutan reduces tourism tax until end 2024 for long staying visitors paying in dollars

Bhutan has lowered its tourism tax for visitors who stay longer than four nights. The discount only applies to tourists who pay in US dollars only. The move is being taken to attract more tourists

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Bhutan, Maharashtra discuss promotion of Buddhist Tourism

Bhutan, Maharashtra discuss promotion of Buddhist Tourism

Bhutan National Assembly Speaker Wangchuk Namgyel met with then Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari in Mumbai last week and discussed how they could enhance tourism ties, states a report by ANI While speaking on the

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‘We are looking at expanding in Bhutan to further broaden our luxury offerings in the country’: Arun Kumar, Market Vice President – North India, Nepal and Bhutan, Marriott International

‘We are looking at expanding in Bhutan to further broaden our luxury offerings in the country’: Arun Kumar, Market Vice President – North India, Nepal and Bhutan, Marriott International

The Kingdom of Bhutan recently reopened its borders after two and a half years. Now the country is eyeing the Indian market for tourists as it is one of the top source markets. Marriott International's

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Bhutan reopens borders for tourism with increased SDF of USD 200

Bhutan reopens borders for tourism with increased SDF of USD 200

Twenty-three foreign visitors landed in Bhutan on Friday, the first to arrive as the Himalayan kingdom reopened its borders after more than two years following the COVID-19 pandemic, with officials looking to tourism to help

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