PATA Travel Mart 2011

September 6 - 9, 2011

Pragati Maidan, New Delhi




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Why India?

“India today has emerged as a major 365 day destination and a source market that presents huge opportunities. With new state of the art infrastructure and additional room capacity in place, truly there is no better time to host a PATA Travel Mart in India's capital city than now" said Shri Rajen Habib Khwaja, Secretary Tourism, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India who is enthusiastically looking forward to play host to PTM2011 this September.

“India has so much to offer, from palace hotels to temples; desert to skiing in the mountains; swimming or diving at beautiful beaches; boat houses in Kerala & Kashmir; luxurious camps in national parks, luxurious train journeys as well as the diverse range of accommodation from budget to the top 5-star properties and spa resorts.  I believe it is now an opportune time for me and my colleagues to see firsthand all that the New Delhi & India has to offer our customers today” said Ms Susan Teng, Chairman – outbound committee, NATAS.

Spotlight on New Delhi

After the recently concluded Commonwealth Games, there has never been a better time to visit New Delhi - a meeting pot of religions and cultures. Renovations of the capital's heritage buildings and major improvements to infrastructure make New Delhi even more welcoming.

The third largest city in India, New Delhi is a rare blend of tradition and modernity, the perfect fusion of past and present. The heritage of the city, in the form of its numerous historical monuments, coexists with the latest malls and vibrant entertainment districts. Of great interest are the city's famed monuments such as Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun's Tomb, The Old Fort and Bahai Temple.

New Delhi is also a hub for visitor who wish to explore the north of India, serving as the starting point of a world-famous tourist circuit that includes Agra and Jaipur, as well as the famed hill stations of the Himalayas.

Getting There

New Delhi is the main gateway to India, and is connected with many of the world's major cities. All major international airlines fly into New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI). The airport has been thoroughly revamped with brand new Terminal 3 (T3) iaugurated on July 3, 2010. Built in preparation for New Delhi's hosting of the Commomwealth Games in October 2010, all international airline have shifted their operations to T3, with full service domestic carriers following suit.

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