Thursday, October 4, 2012

Kerala Travel Mart 2012 Turns Out Be A Huge Success

With a greater than ever participation of over 2,000 delegates from across 48 countries, Kerala Travel Mart (KTM) 2012 ended on a high note on September 30, 2012 after kicking off on September 27 in Kochi.

One of the major tourism events in India, KTM brings together businesses and innovative entrepreneurs. It also promotes Kerala, the southern state of India, as a major tourist destination among foreign travellers buying cheap flights tickets to the ancient country.

This year’s edition of the event also took up the issue of waste management, something considered necessary for the projection of this province of South India as a clean destination among tourists taking flights tickets to the state. Kovalam, Varkala, Alappuzha, Kumarakom, Munnar, Fort Kochi, Marine Drive, Thekkady and Wayanad are the holiday hot spots that will be beautified under the cleanliness drive.

KTM 2012 allowed foreign vacationers who took flights tickets to India to browse through 108 Tables, 296 modules and 12 Houseboat parking bays. They could check out the mural paintings and handicrafts from bamboo in a striking stall put up by the Grand Shopping Festival, a popular attraction. The manufacturing process of these articles was also showcased. A good number of tourists who grabbed cheap flights tickets to participate in the fiesta were left enamoured by this exclusive collection that displayed the heritage of this magnificent region.

The event is held once in every two years in September and has been a highly successful initiative of the authorities.

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