India Outbound Magazine - November - December 2022Add to Favorites

India Outbound Magazine - November - December 2022Add to Favorites

Go Unlimited with Magzter GOLD

Read India Outbound along with 8,500+ other magazines & newspapers with just one subscription  View catalog

1 Month $9.99

1 Year$99.99

$8/month

(OR)

Subscribe only to India Outbound

1 Year $4.49

Save 24%

Buy this issue $0.99

Gift India Outbound

7-Day No Questions Asked Refund7-Day No Questions
Asked Refund Policy

 ⓘ

Digital Subscription.Instant Access.

Digital Subscription
Instant Access

Verified Secure Payment

Verified Secure
Payment

In this issue

The November-December issue of India Outbound is out. With wedding season in full bloom in India, the focus of this issue is Destination Weddings overseas. We examine the market size and its dynamics, as key stakeholders describe what all it takes to make a destination wedding. We speak with many destinations, including favourites like Thailand, Italy, Dubai or Mauritius and also new entrants like Portugal. With the FIFA Football World Cup now days away, we bring a special focus on the host country and its innovative approach towards cultural promotion, through state-of-the-art and highly interactive museums that make learning so much fun.
Highlights of this issue are
Experience: Philadelphia, Garden City of United States
Photo Feature: Date with Qatar’s Cultural Core
Experience: Portugal through country roads
The issue also has a whole bunch of interviews with destinations and leading hotels.
As this is our last issue of 2022, we leave with greetings and best wishes for the festive season and wish you and your loved ones a healthy and Happy New Year.

Destinations Line Up To Say 'I Do' To India

Outbound destination weddings have emerged as one of the fastest growing high-value segments of outbound tourism in India. Overseas destinations, new and old, are taking note and lining up to woo India.

Destinations Line Up To Say 'I Do' To India

10+ mins

Sri Lanka is open for business again

As peace and order returns to Sri Lanka after months of political and economic chaos, a large delegation of tourism professionals of Sri Lanka, led by Tourism Minister Harin Fernando, visited India on a multi-city roadshow. Fernando tells India Outbound that the main objective is to tell Indian partners that Sri Lanka is ready to welcome Indian tourists once more.

Sri Lanka is open for business again

3 mins

Culture in Qatar From ancient to avantgarde

There are many who don’t like to visit museums as they find them dull and dreary. But Qatar seems to have found the ideal way to get everyone rushing to museums, by integrating avantgarde technology to make visiting museums as much fun as a video game arcade.

Culture in Qatar From ancient to avantgarde

7 mins

Our aim is to grow travel intent in India for 2023

Having reopened to foreign visitors only in August, Tourism New Zealand is currently focused on building travel intent amongst its target audience in India, says Gregg Wafelbakker, General Manager Asia, Tourism New Zealand in an interview with India Outbound.

Our aim is to grow travel intent in India for 2023

3 mins

Jumeriah Group to promote new hotels in Indian market

Long associated with its home base Dubai, Jumeirah Group has been aggressively expanding its footprint across the world, with properties in Europe, Asia and other GCC countries. In an interview with India Outbound, during his recent visit to India, Chief Commercial Officer, Alexander Lee says that besides its already popular hotels in Dubai, Jumeirah Group is keen to attract Indian guests at its other properties across the world.

Jumeriah Group to promote new hotels in Indian market

4 mins

A date with America's Garden Capital

For those who have always associated history with museums, forts and monuments, Philadelphia throws up a surprise. In the rolling gardens dotting its countryside lies both incredible beauty and an important slice of American history.

A date with America's Garden Capital

6 mins

Indians are opting for longer stays

In an interview with India Outbound, Sandra Polo Canudas, Commercial Director, Asia & MEA of Palladium Hotel Group, says that Palladium Hotel Group has received a very positive response from the Indian market and the numbers are already better than 2019.

Indians are opting for longer stays

5 mins

PORTUGAL THROUGH COUNTRY ROADS

One of the best ways to really discover a country is to travel by road, especially in those that are relatively compact, diverse and have a good network of roads. Portugal ticks these and many other boxes to make it an ideal road-trip destination.

PORTUGAL THROUGH COUNTRY ROADS

8 mins

KATARA VILLAGE: QATAR'S CULTURAL CORE

Every city boasts of a spot that acts as its cultural hub or nerve centre. It is the place where residents and tourists head for diverse cultural experiences. The Katara Cultural Village in Doha is the place to go to for all things cultural in Qatar.

KATARA VILLAGE: QATAR'S CULTURAL CORE

3 mins

Valle de la Luna: Exploring the moon on earth

There may be many beautiful and unique landscapes in the world, but perhaps none come close to the intriguing and unusual sights that Valle de la Luna offers. Apart from its dreamlike and otherworldly setting, this outlandish destination is also a haven for walking enthusiasts, adventurers and hikers.

Valle de la Luna: Exploring the moon on earth

5 mins

Read all stories from India Outbound

India Outbound Magazine Description:

PublisherMedia India Group

CategoryTravel

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

India Outbound is a magazine promoting Foreign Destinations in India. India is one of the fastest growing tourism markets not only in France but all over Europe. In 2010, over 12 million Indians travelled overseas as against 5.5 million visitors to India...

  • cancel anytimeCancel Anytime [ No Commitments ]
  • digital onlyDigital Only
MAGZTER IN THE PRESS:View All