Think outside the triangle

May 2005
Travel Trade;5/18/2005, p15
Trade Publication
Reports on the commercial activities related to tourist trade in Rajasthan, India. Vacancy rate at fifth-choice properties according to Abercrombi & Kent managing director Sujata Raman; Partnership of Adventure World with Singapore Airlines to encourage travelers to fly into alternative ports in the country; Factors influencing the growth in international and high-end domestic tourism in the country.


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