New Delhi: Delhi Tourism’s mobile application, Dekho Meri Dilli, which puts the capital on the list of a select few cities of developed countries that have a unique app to provide an all-around enriching experience for tourists, was launched by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday at Delhi Secretariat.
Terming the app Delhi government’s best foot forward to promote tourism, Kejriwal said it would prove to be a game-changer. The app would provide information about sightseeing, food joints, monuments, entertainment and recreation sites and public conveniences within a 5km radius of a person’s location. It is designed to be a one-stop solution for not just tourists, but also those who want to explore the capital.
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