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Travelstart Launches Online Bus Booking Platform today launched a new online bus booking platform that will help customers save time and money by comparing bus tickets from competing companies and serving the cheapest fare for a return or one-way route within South Africa, or to neighboring countries.

India attends ATM Dubai

GCC to welcome 9.8 million Indian visitors by 2024

As destinations throughout the Middle East prepare to showcase their latest offering at ATM 2020, Colliers International predicts more than 20% of India’s total outbound market will travel to the GCC by 2024 – with business, place of work and leisure underpinning this demand.

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South Africa makes Family Travel Easier

South African Tourism (SAT) recently announced that minors traveling to the destination will no longer need to provide Unabridged Birth Certificates or consent letters when accompanied by parents and carrying valid passports.

Russian travelers to spend more in Dubai

Russian travelers to spend US$1.153 billion in the UAE

As the number of Russian travelers visiting the United Arab Emirates (UAE) continues to rise, a new report reveals that the UAE will witness the highest growth, with total tourism spend by Russian visitors projected to reach US$1.153 billion by 2023 and tourism spend per trip increasing 5% from US$1,600 to US$1,750.

Smart Traveling and Travel Budget

Smart Traveling: What to Consider For a Travel Budget

Once in a while, we need a breather from things that stresses us out. Whether it’s a getaway from hectic work or just in need of a fresh view, an escape from reality helps us therapeutically in emotional and psychological terms. For working people, getting a breather may boost their productivity. One type of breather that you will surely enjoy is traveling.


UNESCO designates Bangkok and Sukhothai as New Creative Cities

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is delighted that the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has designated Bangkok and Sukhothai among 66 new ‘Creative Cities, thus bringing the total number of UNESCO Creative Cities in Thailand to four.

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