Tourism

'Tourism' - 19 Article Result(s)

  • Food Waste Is Increasing As Tourism Industry Gets Diverse: Study

    Identified as the most prominent type of hospitality waste, food waste is increasing as the tourism industry is becoming more and more diverse, suggests a recent study published in Tourism Review.

  • Indian Food Tours: The Growing Trend of 2014

    From snow-speckled peaks that crown the country to the lazy backwaters down south, from the earthiness of the east to the spunk of the west, India offers a variety of mind-stirring backdrops for foreign tourists. ...

  • Japan Becoming Muslim-Friendly with Halal Food and More

    Prayer rooms, hijabs made from local silk and even halal-certified whale meat are appearing in Japan as tourism bosses wake up to the demand from Muslim travellers. For a largely homogeneous country with only around ...

  • What's New in Turkey for Foodies

    Turkey's food scene is thriving. Here's where to enjoy traditional and innovative food experiences, plus wine, beer and teaTop breakfastsThe town of Van in the south-east, sadly now best-known in Britain for a major earthquake ...

  • The Perfect Holiday Needs a Perfect Cafe

    It's not the beach, the walking or the weather: finding a good place to eat can turn a good holiday into a great oneFor a long time, a friend of mine has based her summer ...

  • 10 Street Foods You Shouldn't Miss in Bangkok

    Thailand has come forth as a great destination for budget friendly vacations. While I've been there for the beautiful beaches, incessant shopping sprees, soul soothing spas and the pulsating nightlife, this time around I traveled ...

  • Fitness Vacations Favor Fun, Adventure Over Weight Loss

    Wellness tourism, which includes travel paired with activities such as yoga retreats, fitness centers, boot camps, cycling, gyms and other activities, is about a $500 billion global market.

  • A Foodie's Guide to Mussoorie: 10 Places You Must Visit

    With so many places to be at, deciding how to fit it all in our quick weekend getaway was overwhelming. Lucky for you, here's a bucket list of those that you must hit first.

  • Kashmir Food, Culture Festival in City

    A 15-day festival showcasing food, culture and craft of Jammu and Kashmir got off to a colourful start at Dilli Haat with leaders from the tourism industry appealing to tourists to visit the state and ...

  • India's biggest coconut & cashew festival in Goa

    Cashew nut and coconut, which can be credited with shaping Goa's culinary as well as social identity, are finally getting their due. In its bid to promote the two food items, the State Tourism Department ...

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