The Indian Tourism Ministry is discussing with Vietnamese counterparts to issue favourable policies for Vietnamese travel agencies, who bring more guests to India, according to a representative. Ngo Hoai Trung, vice chairman of Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (centre), sets up a lamp as an Indian traditional ceremony, together with other Indian delegates at the event. Gyan Bhushan, economic adviser at the ministry, said India received around 10.56 million foreign tourists in 2018, an increase of 5.2 per cent over 2017. “A total of 31,427 tourists from Vietnam visited India last year, which marked a growth of 32.21 per cent against the previous year,” he said at the Incredible India Roadshow event held in Hanoi on August 26. “We aim to encourage a greater flow of tourists from Vietnam through a multi-pronged approach, including proactive marketing strategies in partnership with the tourism stakeholders.” The event gathered 17 tour operators, destination management companies and tourism departments from two State governments of India, who met dozens of counterparts in Vietnam to introduce their tourism products and services. Bhushan said Indian tourism authorities have set up free hotlines 24/7 for tourists in 12 languages to assist tourists in need. “The line will… Read full this story
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