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KAYAK searches reveals that with the travel sector returning back to normal, Indian travellers show keen interest for domestic and even international destinations for Republic day. All prices and search data are based on searches (between 1.11.2022 to 01.01.2023) for travel from January 26 – January 29 2023. These have been compared to searches (between […]Continue Reading
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said it is disappointing to see restrictions on travellers from China since it believes barriers to travel make no difference to spread of infections. “Several countries are introducing COVID-19 testing and other measures for travellers from China, even though the virus is already circulating widely within their Continue Reading
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Turkey received more than 40 million international visitors between January to September 2022, with this it has exceeded all previous records and become one of the most popular MICE and FIT tourism destinations, globally. According to the sources, Turkey has received the highest number of visitors from the Russian Federation, Germany, and the UK, this […]Continue Reading
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Travellers who are not fully vaccinated will no longer be required to serve the seven-day stay-home notice (SHN) quarantine upon arrival in Singapore from 11.59pm on Sunday (Aug 28), reports Choo Yun Ting for The Straits Times. Entry approval application requirements for long-term pass holders and short-term visitors aged 13 and above who are not […]Continue Reading
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Post the successful launch of redRail, a standalone lite-app for rail ticketing, redBus, the world’s largest online bus ticketing platform, announces the launch of a one-of-a-kind free service on WhatsApp, which provides up-to-the-minute information on location and arrival of all intercity passenger trains in the country. Travelers can reach +91 9538039911 on Continue Reading
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The Government of Sri Lankan has considered extending the validity period of the visas of Ukrainian travellers currently in the country due to the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, reports Colombo Page. Sri Lankan Minister of Tourism Prasanna Ranatunga stated that he will make submissions in this regard at the Cabinet meeting to be […]Continue Reading
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