लोकप्रिय स्थलों को पर्यटकों के अधिक अनुकूल बनाएं

Make Popular Destinations More Tourist Friendly
Last Date Jul 17,2015 04:15 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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हम कैसे बुनियादी ढांचे, सुविधाओं और पहुंच के मामले में लोकप्रिय स्थलों को पर्यटकों के अधिक अनुकूल बनाएं?

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AKASH BALI 4 साल 5 महीने पहले

1.By installing 3D,LED screens on the tourist spot,highlighting its main features,history,culture etc.
2.An animated film can also be framed highlighting about the main features of the specific tourist spot.
3.A handbook can also be issued to the visitors,specifying the historical background of the place.(It should be in multi language format).
4.A water show & laser show can also be arranged near the tourist spot.
5.Hygienic food stalls should be installed near the spot,with nominal rates.

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Bhavesh Jani 4 साल 5 महीने पहले

Can India Government give the title to that city, which is not much popular but having few of the featuers of the present Mumbai city. So that unknown city shall be on the surface of the reputation. Thus people may get attracted towards that city., I think that city supposed to be somewhere in northern part of India or Govt. can create such city and name the title “Bombay”. shakespeare might said that “what is in name?”, but he didn’t forget to put his name, after giving this thought.

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Bhavesh Jani 4 साल 5 महीने पहले

Create new city in Northern India and give the Title
“ BOMBAY”
Divert the crowd
As we all knows very well that the title “Bombay” was already denied by Maharashtra and thus the city regained its original identity “Mumabai” almost two decades ago. But I think the Bombay term still has reputation-attraction, not only in India but also across the worldwide major cities. Can India Govt give the title to that city, which is not much popular but having few of the featuers of the present Mumbai.

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KARUNA SHANKER OJHA 4 साल 5 महीने पहले

Indian Railways has huge properties across country and many railway stations have Retiring Rooms but their booking,occupation,service etc are not tourist friendly.Make it easy to use.Let it be for lower middle class/Economically Weaker Section also.Presently only affluent people are taking benefit of Retiring Rooms.The capacity utilisation must be studied for future planning.

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Balaji V 4 साल 5 महीने पहले

Sir, in Germany I have seen that in each every place we can get books, guide related to that tourist place but unfortunately in INDIA we do not have proper INFRASTRUCTURE to reach many tourist places and many monuments are in a miserable stage. Please make some tourist policy jointly with STATE Government. Similar to SMART CITY competition create one more program "INCREDIBLE INDIAN SPOT/PLACES" and provide money to improve by STATE Govt by such competitions.

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Vijay Dorby 4 साल 5 महीने पहले

new constructions. On the other hand we should develop new destinations for eg. few km's from Nainital there is a place called 'Sattal' having not such crowd but even better than Nainital's crowded vicinity. KMVN can start to develop sattal now to divert tourists and we can develop that spot. Similarly near Mussoorie there is a place about 20km on the way to Chamba which has enough potential to become a popular tourist attraction but we shud curb on infrastructure over these new destinations.

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Vijay Dorby 4 साल 5 महीने पहले

Each destination has its quality, such as hill stations should be calm,clean,green & less-populated.Metro cities should be advanced with upgraded with new technology and infrastructure and most important thing superb connectivity and clean space. So, it is clear that every destination needs different kind of treatment, yes treatment because tourism in our country is really sick! Here it's not possible to demolished buildings of over crowded hill stations like Nainital,Mussoorie we should curb on

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Siddharth Verma_2 4 साल 5 महीने पहले

HELLO SIR.....
My best package was with IRCTC Tourism which covers a SOUTH PART of INDIA . In the package their is Delhi - Lucknow - Kanpur - Jhansi - Bhopal - Shridi - Shani Singnapore - Tirupati Balaji - Madurai - Rameshwaram - Kanyakumari back to Delhi .I think it was superb package which includes Food , Transport and wondeful faciallities which cost only 8000 approx a nice package