jaipur

Top five palace hotels in India

Top five palace hotels in India

March 16, 2020

For most people, luxury means royalty and vice versa and luxury tourism has come to gain equivalence with kings and palaces. Though the royalty has long been abolished in India, tourists can still get a kingly feel by opting to stay in one of the several palaces that have been co...

Read More
A wrap up of the 13th edition of Jaipur Literature Festival

A wrap up of the 13th edition of Jaipur Literature Festival

January 28, 2020

Already a benchmark for literary festivals in Asia, the 13th edition of Jaipur Literature Festival that concluded on Monday in the pink city had a lot on its plate. From climate change and socio-economic challenges to regional literature, the festival also addressed the ongoing a...

Read More
THAI Smile introduces exclusive non-stop flights from India to Bangkok

THAI Smile introduces exclusive non-stop flights from India to Bangkok

May 21, 2019

THAI Smile continues to expand its new routes, reinforcing the leading full-service airline in the region with international aviation and service standards and seamlessly connect with the Thai Airways International. Recently, the Kolkata-Bangkok flight, CCU-BKK, has been launched...

Read More
Jaipur et ses « léopards des villes »

Jaipur et ses « léopards des villes »

April 17, 2019

Il est des lieux, dont on soupçonnerait difficilement l’existence, qui témoignent de la formidable résilience de la nature indienne et dont la biodiversité se révèle sur les moindres parcelles de territoires non colonisées par l’homme. Jaipur, aussi connue comme la « ...

Read More
The historic Panna Meena ka Kund in Jaipur

The historic Panna Meena ka Kund in Jaipur

September 5, 2018

  Rajasthan (north Indian state) welcomes people with its gracious history and charming vibes, always celebrating its architectural and spiritual richness with its mystical attraction. Jaipur, its capital city, talks about its historic past and has always been a living orga...

Read More
Jagat Shiromani Temple in Jaipur

Jagat Shiromani Temple in Jaipur

August 25, 2018

  The colourful grandeur of the Pink City of Jaipur is famous for its brilliant architecture, forts, temples, handicrafts, jewellery, bazaars and shopping for textiles. Jaipur city is not only the capital of Rajasthan (north Indian state), but is also considered to be a majo...

Read More
The colourful festival of Teej in Jaipur

The colourful festival of Teej in Jaipur

August 17, 2018

Just as the monsoon arrives in north India, the air is filled with happiness and joy, as the women start preparing for the colourful festival of Teej. The Teej festival is held annually during the Hindu month of Shravan and marks the advent of the monsoon. This festival is celeb...

Read More
Homestays in Coonoor

Homestays in Coonoor

October 31, 2017

A homestay can be quite a rewarding experience – a fun, immersive way to travel and experience places such as Coonoor on the Nilgiri Mountain range in southern India. Authenticity of a travel experience that can bring the taste of life as a local is indeed very special alon...

Read More
AAI Stepping-up Commercial Activities

AAI Stepping-up Commercial Activities

October 31, 2017

With India set to become the third largest aviation market by 2026, the Airports Authority of India is expanding its avenues for revenue generation, from aeronautical to the non-aeronautical arena. Airports Authority of India (AAI) is looking to unleash and tap the commercial pot...

Read More
How Airports Make Money in India?

How Airports Make Money in India?

October 31, 2017

The understanding of sustained financial health in the Indian aviation sector, especially at airports, still remains a challenge in India. With non-aeronautical revenue such as retail or advertising coming to rescue over the years, it is quite intriguing to appreciate how the Ind...

Read More
Tag-less Airports

Tag-less Airports

October 31, 2017

In a bid to avoid harassment and hassles at airports, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has taken the initiative to reduce management friction by removing the requirement for hand baggage tags at airports. There have been instances where passengers are queuing to board their ...

Read More
AAI’s Hidden Tool:Marketing

AAI’s Hidden Tool:Marketing

October 31, 2017

Privatisation of airports has led to airport authorities all over the word stepping up their game when it comes to marketing, and Airports Authority of India (AAI) is no exception as they have been taking progressive steps in this department. In 1987 when the United Kingdom sold ...

Read More