News  /  Published 13.07.22

Mamata makes, serves phuchkas to kids and tourists in Darjeeling

She showed her expertise in making phuchka, as pani puri is called in West Bengal, while visiting a stall operated by women of a self-help group (SHG) in the queen of the hills. Sharing the video, th...
By PTI in Darjeeling

News  /  Published 12.07.22

Excursions back on menu of schools in Kolkata, evokes warm response

After a hiatus of two years forced by the Covid pandemic, schools are gradually shifting back to normal. This is evident with several schools planning excursions. The demand of such trips in high amon...
By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Kolkata

Lifestyle  /  Published 11.07.22

Smart safari: Travel essentials for a worry-free jungle camp-out

Reusable plastic bags Several wildlife camps and safari parks around the world have no-plastic policies so you may need to pack a few reusable cloth totes which are roomy and light. Brown Living has ...
By Ujjainee Roy

Business  /  Published 06.07.22

Hotels seek parity on service fee

The hospitality sector has sought parity with other sectors where service charges are being imposed and wants the government to come up with laws not mere guidelines on such charges. “No hospit...
By R. Suryamurthy in New Delhi

West Bengal  /  Published 04.07.22

Plan to boost Mungpoo tourism with Tagore connect

Tourism stakeholders in Mungpoo, a tiny hill hamlet in Kurseong that was a favourite getaway for Rabindranath Tagore, want the government to take steps to promote it as a tourist destination and augme...
By Bireswar Banerjee in Siliguri


World  /  Published 01.07.22

How tourism has changed in Hong Kong

It was 25 years ago that Great Britain handed rule of Hong Kong over to China after the city had been a crown colony for 155 years. Since then, much has changed in the metropolis — including tou...
By Jonas Martiny

World  /  Published 30.06.22

Bhutan to open borders

The Bhutan government is set to open its land borders for foreign tourists on September 23 along with a new tourism policy to keep carbon footprints in the Himalayan kingdom under control. The entry ...
By Avijit Sinha, Anirban Choudhury in Siliguri

West Bengal  /  Published 27.06.22

Workers have edge over tourism

The Bengal government has asserted in writing that there should be no curtailment in activities related to tea production to launch tourism facilities in tea estates  in northern districts of the...
By Bireswar Banerjee in Siliguri

Places  /  Published 18.06.22

Experiencing a mystical tea trail at Taj Chia Kutir

Like Jitendra Lote, the general manager of the luxury getaway destination, says: “Taj Chia Kutir is not a resort, it’s a lifestyle experience that you should do at least once.” We w...
By Karo Christine Kumar


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