Sunday, January 20, 2008

Nepal also take participate in TTF (Travel Tourism Fare)

Nepal also take participate in TTF (Travel Tourism Fare)

Chennai, Jan. 18 The Fairfest Media Limited today launched the 60th Travel and Tourism Fair (TTF)--'TTF Chennai 2008'-- in the city to provide 'single roof' opportunity to make travel plans across the globe.

Talking to newspersons here, Fairfest Media Limited Chairman and Managing Director Sanjiv Agarwal said "the three-day event will also provide the people with options to gather information on various national and international destinations, cruise lines, hotels, resorts, adventure tourism, theme parks, tour operators, travel agents, finance, insurance, airlines and railways and make bookings on the spot".

"It will also help prospective business and leisure travelers to discuss and finalise customised plans, tailored to suit their budget and individual needs and interests," he added.

He said the event would also provide an opportunity for the travel trade visitors from the city and the state to meet and do business with over 140 exhibitors from India and abroad.

TTF had participation from six countries, including partner country Nepal, feature countries such as Egypt, Malaysia and Hong Kong, also including Dubai and Thailand as the other participants. Most of the state government departments were participating along with private sector hoteliers and operators from their respective states.

Mr Agarwal pointed out that among the new additions in the TTF was the first time participation by Tata Motors and Mahindra and Mahindra.

"TTF 2008 Chennai is about 20 per cent bigger than last year in terms of exhibition space and the number of exhibitors," he said, adding "about 1,000 travel trade and 10,000 general visitors are expected to visit the exhibition."

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