• International

    MALDIVES

    Introduction: Tourism is the largest economic industry in the Maldives, as it plays an important role in earning foreign exchange revenues and generating employment in the tertiary sector of the country. The archipelago of the Maldives is the main source of attraction to many tourists visiting the island country. This is…

  • International

    BANGLADESH

    Introduction: Bangladesh’s tourist attractions include historical monuments, resorts, beaches, picnic spots, forests and tribal people, wildlife of various species. Activities for tourists include angling, water skiing, river cruising, hiking, rowing, yachting, and sea bathing. In the northern part, comprising the Rajshahi division, there are archaeological sites, including the…

  • International

    BANGKOK-PATAYA-PHUKET-KRABI

    Introduction: The Bangkok,city is ranked fourth in cross-border spending, with 14.3 billion dollars projected for 2013, after New York, London and Paris.Euromonitor International ranked Bangkok sixth in its Top City Destinations Ranking for 2011.Bangkok has also been named “World’s Best City”…

  • International

    BANGKOK & PATAYA

    Introduction: Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is one of the world’s top tourist destination cities. MasterCard ranked Bangkok as the global top destination city by international visitor arrivals in its Global Destination Cities Index, with 15.98 million projected visitors in…

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    AMAZING BALI

    Introduction: Bali is located about 8 degrees south of the equator. Therefore you can expect a tropical, warm and humid climate all year around – with two main distinctive seasons: Dry Season and Rainy Season.Up there, the temperatures are considerably cooler, and there…

  • West Bengal

    SITTONG-LAPCHAJAGAT-TINCHULEY

    Introduction: The word Tinchuley means three ‘Chullas’ or ovens. Tinchuley is a small village near Darjeeling which has become famous in recent years due to the effort of local people in developing community tourism. The leading effort comes from the…

  • West Bengal

    SANTALABARI-CHILAPATA-JALDAPARA-LATAGURI

    Introduction :  The Dooars or Duars are the alluvial floodplains in northeastern India that lie south of the outer foothills of the Himalayas and north of the Brahmaputra River basin. This region is about 30 km (19 mi) wide and stretches over about 350 km (220 mi) from the Teesta River in West Bengal to the Dhanshiri River in Assam. The region forms the…

  • West Bengal

    SANDAKPHU

    Introduction: Sandakphu is a mountain peak in the Singalila Ridge on the border between India and Nepal. It is the highest point of the ridge and of the state of West Bengal, India. The peak is located at the edge of the Singalila National Park and has a small village…

  • West Bengal

    RISHOP-LAVA-KOLAKHAM-KALIMPONG-TINCHULEY-LEPCHAJAGAT

    Introduction: The word Tinchuley means three ‘Chullas’ or ovens. Tinchuley is a small village near Darjeeling which has become famous in recent years due to the effort of local people in developing community tourism. The leading effort comes from the…

  • West Bengal

    LATAGURI-JALDAPARA-CHILAPATA

    Introduction :  The Dooars or Duars are the alluvial floodplains in northeastern India that lie south of the outer foothills of the Himalayas and north of the Brahmaputra River basin. This region is about 30 km (19 mi) wide and stretches over about 350 km (220 mi) from the Teesta River in West Bengal to the Dhanshiri River in Assam. The region forms the…