Goa Spiritual Tourism - Ved Van Park | Travel Update 2023

 May 19th, 2023

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Goa Spiritual Tourism - Ved Van Park | Travel Update 2023

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1. Goa Government Embarks on a Spiritual Tourism Odyssey
Ready for a spiritual awakening? Goa government is all set to promote spiritual tourism by signing agreements with other states - says tourism minister Rohan Khaunte. In an announcement to reporters, Khaunte revealed that the commencement of operations at Mopa's Manohar International Airport has unveiled new horizons, including Amritsar and Guwahati as accessible destinations. Additionally, flights from Dehradun, Uttarakhand, are set to commence, thereby unlocking tremendous potential for spiritual tourism in this coastal state. According to him, there are numerous historically significant temples in Goa that will now be conveniently accessible to tourists.

2. Thailand Poised for Economic Relief: High Probability of Alleviating Hardships
With the rising business and consumer activity in the form of tourism in Thailand, it is hoped that tourism will be the anchor amid political noise. An economist from Bangkok based Siam Commercial Bank says "In a dire situation, the process of government formation, if prolonged, could potentially impact government spending, consumption, and investment. However, the realm of tourism is expected to remain unaffected by any political repercussions."
Tourism, which was a fundamental pillar of Thailand's economy prior to the pandemic, is gradually reclaiming its pivotal position as investors observe developments following a national election held on Sunday. 

3. Bhutan Witnesses Incredible Strike in Tourism 
In a recent Bhutan Live report, it was revealed that the tourist influx in Bhutan has significantly increased, particularly among those who have paid the sustainable development fee (SDF). Over the past eight months, more than 52,000 tourists visited Bhutan, excluding individuals who came for official purposes. Dorji Dhradhul, the Director General of the Department of Tourism, expressed his optimism about this trend, stating that it is a positive sign that tourism is thriving, especially following the implementation of the SDF. This progress is truly commendable.

4. Get Ready to be Enchanted by Vedic Theme Park in Noida 
Get ready to witness a remarkable milestone as Noida eagerly sets the stage for India's very first Vedic theme park. According to recent reports, the construction of Ved Van Park in sector 78 is nearing completion, and it is expected to open its doors to the public starting next month. This awe-inspiring project has been backed by an investment of INR 27 Crore and aims to showcase the essence of Rig Veda, Atharva Veda, Yajur Veda, and Sama Veda through captivating laser shows and intricate paintings. Brace yourself for an immersive experience that will celebrate the rich heritage and wisdom of the Vedas.

5. Kashmir’s Mini Bangladesh Awaits Your Exploration 
Situated in the Bandipora District of North Kashmir, Zurimanz, an exact replica of Bangladesh, is poised to gain popularity among tourists. It is projected that visitors from various parts of the globe are flocking to this picturesque village due to its breathtaking landscapes and captivating beauty. Another enchanting feature of this village is the presence of Wular Lake, one of India's largest freshwater lakes. Don't wait any longer! Make your travel arrangements to Kashmir and embarks on an exploration of this heavenly paradise on Earth. 

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