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  • Tk 200 cr loss apprehended

    Omicron hits tourism again Hotel-motel booking being cancelled Golam Mostafa Jibon: The current rising trend of Coronavirusespecially Omicron has started to hit the tourism business again. As a result, the effort to turn around of the sector is going in vain.With the emergence of Corona’s new variant Omicron, the number…

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  • Nijhum Dwip becomes
    attractive tourist spot

    600-meter wooden bridge additional attraction Roving Correspondent: Blue sky above, clear water below. In the middle of it stands a huge wooden bridge of 600 meters. The long bridge is now an additional attraction for tourists from Noakhali’s Hatiyar Nijhum Dwip (Island) to see the breathtaking natural scenery of Meghna.Every…

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  • JS passes legislation to regulate tour industry

    Staff Correspondent: The Parliament yesterdayunanimously passed ‘The Bangladesh Tour Operators and Tour Guides (Registration and Operation) Bill, 2021’ to make it mandatory for tour operators and guides to get registered.It aims to bring the tour operators under the legal framework for ensuring the best services and thus give a boost…

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  • Diplomats trip highlights climate resilience prog on St. Martin’s Island

    Staff Correspondent: While COP26 continues in Glasgow in Scotland, US Ambassador in Dhaka Earl Miller along with the envoys of Japan, Australia and European Union visited US government climate resilience projects in Cox’s Bazar and travelled to St. Martin’s Island to assess the effects of climate change and learn about…

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  • Korea keen to preserve archaeological sites of Panam city: Envoy

    Industry Desk: South Korea has expressed its keen interest to preserve the historic Panam city for the benefit of next generations and to attract tourists, build in Sonargaon in Narayanganj in the early nineteenth century, about 37 kilometres south of the capital city Dhaka.South Korean ambassador to Bangladesh Lee Jang…

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  • Over 30,000 tourists stuck in Cox’s Bazar due to transport strike

    Cox’s Bazar Correspondent: More than 30,000 tourists of Cox’s Bazar have remained stuck due to the ongoing nationwide transport strike that began on Friday morning protesting the hike in diesel oil price.Most of the tourists come to Cox’s Bazar on weekends. Those who were scheduled to leave Cox’s Bazar on…

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  • India reopens tourist visa

    Industry Desk: Indian High Commission has resumed tourist visa services for foreign travellers after an 18-month pause due to the coronavirus pandemic.The Indian authorities started granting visas from yesterdayFor now, tourist visas will be valid for travel by air and sea only.Bangladesh started operating flights to and from India in…

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  • Malaysia lifts travel restrictions for fully vaccinated people

    Industry Desk: Malaysia yesterday lifted interstate and international travel restrictions for residents fully vaccinated against COVID-19, as the country achieved its target of inoculating 90% of its adult population.Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the government has agreed to allow fully vaccinated Malaysians to travel overseas without applying for permission.The…

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  • Sundarbans tourism system being automated

    Khulna Bureau: The tourism management of the Sundarbans is going to be introduced in an automated way. With a specific app, a tourist can complete all the activities of Sundarbans travel at home. As a result, the travel-related activities and time of tourists will be saved on one hand while…

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  • Bangladesh to host any number of foreign tourists

    World Tourism Day today Staff Correspondent: The World Tourism Day will be observed in the country today like elsewhere in the world focusing the inclusive growth in the global travel and leisure arena.The government and different organisations have chalked out various programmes, maintaining the health protocols due to the Covid-19…

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