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Orissa that had recently announced a new tourism policy for the state will soon be finalized within a month by the state tourism department.
WelcomHeritage that operates a chain of heritage hotels in India is all set to foray into Orissa by the end of this year.
India is all set to expand its railway network with Bangladesh in an attempt to enhance the connectivity between the 2 countries.
In order to woo more number of tourists from Orissa to Kerala, the Kerala Tourism Department organized a partnership meet on August 4th in Bhubaneshwar
Orissa state will be getting a new tourist attraction, first marine biotechnology park near Rambha in south Orissa's Ganjam district from the state government.
India’s Orissa state famous for its temples and heritage sites witnessed a total of 1.31 lakh foreign tourists in the past 3 years leading to the contribution of Rs 358.21 crore to the Orissa
The 17 properties belonging to Orissa tourism department that were supposed to undergo facelift on PPP mode will be again going for re-tendering process.
The Orissa Tourism Development Corporation (OTDC) will be launching a special Tour Package to facilitate tourists attending the spectacular Rath Yatra or the Car Festival of Lord Jagannath at Puri.
Orissa’s much-anticipated Shamuka tourism project will be developed near Sipasarubali, about 10 km south of Puri on the public-private partnership (PPP) mode at an huge investment of Rs. 3500 crore.
The Orissa government is soon going to issue fresh tenders for 17 tourism properties that have to be renovated.
India-based Kamat hotels have launched a new hotel ‘Vithal Kamats’ at Fort Mahodadhi at Puri, Orissa. The hotel facing the famous Puri Beach on Beach Road is just 5 km away from the railway station.
The legendary Bengal Nagpur Railway (BNR) Hotel in Puri, Orissa owned by Delhi-based Sujata hotels group has undergone renovation and now rechristened as Chanakya BNR Hotel.
The pilgrim paradise Puri will inaugurate 15th Puri Beach Festival on November 23, which will last till November 27, 2009.
Flourishing in 2750 sq. km area, Simlipal Tiger Reserve and the National Park has been reopened for tourists from November 3.
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