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Thai government may extend visa exemption beyond 6 months if tourism grows
Indian tourists travelling to Thailand received a pleasant surprise as they landed at Suvarnabhumi airport. They learned that they could stay in Thailand visa-free until May 10 next year. The first batch of Indian tourists received a warm welcome from the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) governor and the Indian ambassador. The visa exemption scheme is expected to attract 1.6 million Indian tourists in 2023, generating significant revenue for Thailand. The TAT is also planning to promote Thai tourism at trade shows in India in 2024.
In Tashkent, Goa presents its medical tourism credentials
Goa Tourism delegation attended Tashkent International Tourism Fair in Uzbekistan to promote Goa as a medical tourism destination for central Asian countries. They engaged with Uzbek travel agents to promote charter flights to Goa. The Indian Embassy in Uzbekistan provided space for Goa Tourism at the fair. The ambassador of India to Uzbekistan, Manish Prabhat, suggested that Goa should position itself as a medical tourism hub and emphasized the need to promote Goa among tour and travel agents in Uzbekistan and nearby central Asian countries.
How to promote tourism around Taj? YEIDA to ready master plan
The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) is preparing a master plan for the Agra region, focusing on boosting tourism and green industries along the expressway. Approximately 25% of the land will be allocated for industrial development, 20% for residential purposes, and 7% for tourism around the Taj Mahal. YEIDA expects an increase in foreign tourist footfall with the opening of the Noida International Airport next year. The plan will be separate from the YEIDA master plan 2041 and aims to develop the area by 2031, emphasizing the establishment of a robust hospitality industry and promoting green industries.