Kapil Mishra to inaugurate new initiatives World tourism day

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Kapil Mishra, the Delhi minister for tourism and art, culture & languages will inaugurate three different initiatives on the occasion of world tourism day, which is on 27 September (Sunday). The three initiatives are:

  • Cycling tour of 7 kilometers covering Mehruali Archeological Complex. It is scheduled to begin at 6.30 am in the morning at Qutub Tiffin Restaurant, near Qutub Minar.
  • Free-WiFi Inauguration at INA Dilli Haat. It is scheduled to begin at 4 pm in the afternoon.
  • Food Festival organized by Delhi Institute of Hotel Management in association with Delhi Tourism. The festival is scheduled to be held at 5 pm.
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A pleasant surprise will await tourists at the airport, where they will be accorded a ceremonial Indian welcome, replete with garlands and tilaks.

On this, Kapil Mishra said, “It would be a great opportunity to send a message to the international community that Delhi welcomes those visiting the city.”

In context to the activities, a statement issued by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation reads, “The day will be marked with the inauguration of a 7-km long cycle tour covering Mehrauli Heritage Zone by Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra. The tour will offer an opportunity to discover the facets of Delhi’s Heritage on cycles.”

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It added, “We will also be launching wi-fi services at Dilli Haat in INA. Vodafone has been chosen as the preferred partner by DTTDC to deploy world-class carrier grade, and secure wi-fi services at this location to enhance the overall experience of the visitors for them to stay digitally connected on the go through high-speed internet access.”

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Since 1980, the World tourism day has been celebrated across the world on 27 September with a different theme each year. This year’s theme is ‘One Billion Tourists – One Billion Opportunities’.

Delhi Tourism has also planned special complimentary sight-seeing tours for the visually impaired and differently-abled students. The entry at all three Dilli Haats and Garden of Five Senses will be free on Sunday.

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