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Delhi


Delhi is emerging as a natural venue for the MICE industry in India, attracting corporate and international conferences owing to its state-of-the-art infrastructure and related facilities...

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Srinagar


A blend of nature and sophisticated infrastructure that meets all the needs of a MICE event, Srinagar is a perfect destination. The willingness and enthusiasm of tourism department of the state and the local stakeholders has

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Leh


Leh town in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir is fast emerging as a MICE destination. Nestled at an altitude of 11,562 ft, it is 434 kilometres away from Srinagar via NH1 and 474

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Dalhousie


Named after the 19th century Governor Genral Lord Dalhousie, this hill station in Himachal Pradesh exudes royalty in every molecule. The destination is accessible by air, train and road.

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Kasauli


The town located in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh is endowed with rich flora and fauna. It stands at an elevation of 5,900 ft and provides a sweeping view of the Himalayas.

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Manali


This resort town located at an altitude of 6726 ft is a go-to vacation destination for the tourists when visiting India’s northern state, Himachal Pradesh. Apart from being a serine hill station, Manali gives you an adrenaline rush owing to a wide-range of adventure sports played there.

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Shimla


The capital city of Himachal Pradesh is a blend of history – that dates back to pre-independence era – and natural beauty. It was the summer capital of British India. The colonial era architecture is still alive in a considerable number of buildings, including temples and churches, therefore,

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Chail


Chail is yet another picturesque hill station of Himachal Pradesh nestled at an altitude of 7,380 ft. It is about 44 kilometres from the capital. With pleasant weather in summers plus rich flora and fauna overlooking Solan and Kasauli, Chail has all the ingredients to make your day.

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Kufri


Not far away from the capital Shimla, about 16 kilometres, Kufri sits with its nature parks and other picnic spots at an altitude of 8,630 ft. It is known for its trekking

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Parwanoo


Parwanoo This industrial town exists amidst Himachal’s natural surroundings, attracting tourists throughout the year. It is an example of how a balanced equation between nature and development can be struck without affecting either of the two. Orchards and fruit farms are good attractions of Parwaano.

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Amritsar


Amritsar Sikhism’s holiest city Amritsar is in the Majha region of Punjab. It magnetises millions of pilgrims and tourists every year. The city is at the forefront of MICE travel in Punjab, owing to its untrammelled domestic and international air connectivity, railway links and roads that join it with rest of the country.

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Chandigarh


This green city, which serves as the capital of Haryana and Punjab, is one of the wealthiest towns of India. The union territory has a long history of developing in an organised way. View Destination

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Gurgaon


The bustling city is nestled 30 kilometres away from Delhi near the Delhi-Haryana border. Over the years, it has emerged as the financial and commercial hub and is part of the National Capital Region of India (NCR). The offices of various leading corporations are also based in Gurgaon...

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Panchkula


Situated at a distance of about 11 kilometres from the capital Chandigarh, Panchkula constitutes one of the prominent places of Haryana. The district is blessed with thick forest cover, better than any other part of the state, and pleasant atmosphere. ...

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Faridabad


Founded in 1607 A.D. by Mughal Emperor Jahangir’s treasurer, Sheikh Farid, Faridabad has grown into leading industrial hub in the northern state of Haryana ...

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Jaipur


The Pink City, as Jaipur is popularly known, is said to be the first planned city of India. It is part of the golden triangle which also includes Delhi and Agra. It is a perfect blend of history and modernity...

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Jodhpur


The Blue City (Jodhpur) is yet another destination in Rajasthan that has a colour to identify with. The city owes this name to the beautiful blue shades in which most of its buildings, palaces to houses, are bathed in...

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Jaisalmer


How unique is Rajasthan! Almost all of its popular cities have other names also owing to their specific characteristics. Jaisalmer is popularly known as the ‘Golden City’. It is because it houses the most prominent fort of the city known as Jaisalmer Fort which is also known as Sonar Qila (Golden Fort)...

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Bikaner


Bikaner boasts of its past – from the times of Maharajas to the British raj and the culture that exceeds both of them – which it has preserved to this day. Situated in the northern region of Rajasthan, the city enjoys a unique place in the state given its ancient glory depicted through palaces and forts made of red sandstone and captivating geography. The city is also called ‘Camel Country’ owing to some of the world’s best riding camels found there...

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Udaipur


‘The Venice of East’ as Udaipur is often called owing to the presence of many lakes, the city is filled right up to the brim with serene destinations and awe-inspiring forts and havelis. Surrounded by the Aravalli mountain range, the city of lakes fits the description of being one among...

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Ranthambore


Ranthambore If sheer wilderness is something that you are fond of, Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve is the right place to explore. You get to see some of the most formidable of creatures, such as tiger, leopard and hyena, in their natural habitat. This is the place where you get to witness distinct dimensions of flora and fauna with the 10th century fortress of Ranthambore being food for your curiosity.

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Haridwar


Haridwar The ‘Gateway to Gods’, as Haridwar literally means, is one of the most sacred cities of Hindu religion. It is also called a paradise for nature-lovers, given its abundant natural beauty. It has the distinction of being one of the four places where Kumbh Mela takes places after every twelve years...

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Rishikesh


Rishikesh Call it ‘Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas’ or ‘Yoga Capital of the world’, Rishikesh is one of the most-visited cities located in the foothills of Himalayas in Uttarakhand. The city has a distinction of being the most tranquil city of the state with river Ganga flowing through it. However, those who love adventure are also taken care of as the city offers a plethora of adventurous activities and has other places where you can enjoy nature undisturbed.

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Mussoorie


Mussoorie abounds with hills, hence the reputation of being called the ‘Queen of the Hills’. This romantic city, as Mussoorie is also called, is one of the favourites of honeymooners and leisure tourists.

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Nainital


India’s ‘Lake City’ is yet another picturesque tourist destination in the northern state of Uttarakhand. The shimmering lakes, hills, greenery and the breathtaking view of Greater Himalayas make it an attractive place to visit. Post event, delegates can allow themselves to indulge in awe-inspiring landscape and take fond memories home. The places of interest include: Naini Lake, Sattal, Mall Road, Bhimtal, Sariyatal, etc...

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Jim Corbett


Jim Corbett Nestled with its unique wildlife treasures in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, Jim Corbett National Park is one of India’s finest ecotourism destinations. The park was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park and later renamed after the famous British hunter and conservationist,..

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Dehradun


Perched in the lower Himalayan Mountain ranges, the capital city of Uttarakhand is gateway to several famous holiday destinations of the state. Besides being rich in scenic beauty, the city also houses some of the prestigious institutions of the country such as Indian Military Academy, Forest Research Institute, etc.

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Agra


Agra Hosting some of India’s most prestigious historic monuments, Agra is among the top tourist destinations flocked by both domestic as well as international travellers. Taj Mahal, a UNESCO World Heritage and one of the ‘seven new wonders of the world’, built by Shah Jehan for...

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Varanasi


The holy city of Varanasi, which is also known by other names like Banaras and Kashi, is said to be one of the oldest living cities in the world. The city’s rich history and culture has even attracted the attention of a well-known American writer, Mark Twain, who once remarked, “Banaras is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend and looks twice as old as all of them put together”...

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Lucknow


Call it the city of Nawabs, the Golden City of the East or The Constantinople of India, Lucknow is the epitome of all the three eras and continues to find new admirers across the world. Ruled by Nawabs during the 17th and 18th centuries, the city has become a confluence of ...

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Ahmedabad


Ahmedabad The city has earned several accolades since it was founded in 1411 AD. The strong growth registered in the city’s textile business got it the name ‘Manchester of India’. Ahmadabad continues to grow in the same spirit and has emerged as a major commercial and financial city in India...

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Patna


Patna Situated on the southern banks of river Ganges, Patna has shown considerable growth in industrial and financial sectors. Therefore, it is a viable option for those seeking to conduct MICE events in Bihar. The capital city is also counted among the top cities in India for ease of starting a business. Originally known as Pataliputra, Patna is one of the oldest cities in India evoking reverence for its past among Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs...

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Vishakhapatnam


This city has so much in it – beautiful beaches, lakes, mountain ranges, valleys and caves – that people refer to it by several nicknames such as ‘Jewel of the East Coast’, ‘City of Destiny’ and ‘Goa of the East Coast’,. With nature’s favours galore, the city also enjoys the status of being

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Bhubaneswar


Bhubaneswar Said to be the ‘Soul of Incredible India, the scenic, serine and sublime (these are the adjectives the city is popular with) Bhubaneswar is a confluence of its rich past and modernisation...

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Vishakhapatnam


This city has so much in it – beautiful beaches, lakes, mountain ranges, valleys and caves – that people refer to it by several nicknames such as ‘Jewel of the East Coast’, ‘City of Destiny’ and ‘Goa of the East Coast’,. With nature’s favours galore, the city also enjoys the status of being

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Goa


The saying ‘bigger always does not mean better’ fits well when it comes to describing Goa. It is the smallest state in India yet ranked number 1 on various fronts: highest GDP per capita, best-placed state, and enjoys best quality of life. Situated on the western coast of India along the Western Ghats range (a biodiversity hotspot), Goa is

Kovalam


In the ‘God’s own country’, lies an internationally acclaimed beach town known as Kovalam. About 16 kilometres away from the capital Thiruvananthapuram, Kovalam has been a much sought-after place among tourists since 1930’s. The beach particularly shot to fame when hippies arrived there in early seventies.

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Kumarakom


Nestled on the Vembanad Lake – the largest lake in Kerala – is a group of small islands which together constitute the Kumarakom village. Kumarakom is a captivating backwater destination with a wide variety of flora and fauna. Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary in the village is called birdwatcher’s paradise spread across 14 acres. It is home to different varieties of birds such as Herons, Darters, Egrets, Cukoo, migratory birds, and others. The Vembanad Lake, which is the longest lake in India, has on the surface beautiful houseboats and diverse aquatic life underneath. Post events, delegates can explore the islands particularly Pathiramanal island which is home to a wide range of migratory birds. The other places of interest include Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls, sacred places including temples visited by pilgrims, Backwaters, etc. Komarakom enjoys sound connectivity with other major cities of the state and the country by air, rail and road. Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport situated at a distance of 94 kilometres. Flights to and from the airport connect the city with other major cities of India and the world. Taxis are available at the airport to reach Komarakom. Kottayam railway station is the nearest railway station situated at a distance of about 13 kilometres away from Komarakom. Long distance trains connect the city with other major cities of the country such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru and others. Kerala SRTC and private buses operate regularly to and from nearby cities of the state and that of other major cities in southern India such as Bengaluru and Chennai.

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Trivandrum


Trivandrum Trivandrum is the former name of Kerala’s capital Thiruvananthapuram, a city named after Vishnu, one of the deities of Hinduism. Located on India’s west cost, the city is known for its ancient temples, highlands of Western Ghats, internationally acclaimed beaches, backwater stretches and historic monuments. Besides, the city has won several accolades on various fronts. Times of India in 2012 named it the best city in Kerala to live in. The city was ranked fifteenth best city across India in 2013 to live in by India Today. Much to the delight of delegates, the city was declared as the best-governed city in India in 2017. The places of interest in and around Thiruvananthapuram that delegates can explore post events include Sivagiri Mutt, Natural History Museum, Kanakakkunnu Palace, Samudra Beach, etc. The capital city is well connected to the major cities of the state and the country by air, rail and road. Trivandrum International Airport is the nearest airport situated at a distance of about 6 kilometres from the city. According to reports, the airport has over 30 air links connecting the city with other major cities of the country and the world like Colombo, Maldives, Singapore and others. Direct trains to and from Thiruvananthapuram connect the city with other cities in the state and the country. Thiruvananthapuram Central is the main railway station in the city and contributes considerably to the passenger movement to and from. Kerala SRTC and private buses operate regularly to and from nearby cities of the state and that of other major cities in southern India such as Bengaluru and Chennai. Central Bus Station at Thampanoor situated opposite to the Trivandrum Central railway station serves as the main bus station for long distance buses.

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Mannar


This ‘bell metal town of Kerala’, as Mannar is popularly called, boasts of producing some of the biggest and the largest artefacts currently in use at some sacred places in India. Thanks to the artisans of Mannar, we see the world’s biggest church lamp at Kuravilangad and the largest temple lamp at Chettikulangara Devi Temple, which is one of the most renowned Hindu temples in Kerala. Delegates can experience the craftsmanship firsthand once in the town. The other places of interest which can be explored post events in and around Mannar include various religious sites and relishing the view and ride at the backwaters in Alappuzha. You will have the magnificent Arabian Sea on the west and on other sides you will be surrounded by serene waters of lakes and rivers. This ‘bell metal town of Kerala’, as Mannar is popularly called, boasts of producing some of the biggest and the largest artefacts currently in use at some sacred places in India. Thanks to the artisans of Mannar, we see the world’s biggest church lamp at Kuravilangad and the largest temple lamp at Chettikulangara Devi Temple, which is one of the most renowned Hindu temples in Kerala. Delegates can experience the craftsmanship firsthand once in the town. The other places of interest which can be explored post events in and around Mannar include various religious sites and relishing the view and ride at the backwaters in Alappuzha. You will have the magnificent Arabian Sea on the west and on other sides you will be surrounded by serene waters of lakes and rivers. Mannar enjoys sound connectivity with other towns and cities in Kerala and major cities of the country by air, rail and road. Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport situated at a distance of about 122 kilometres from the town. The second nearest airport is the Trivandrum International Airport which is located at a distance of about 124 kilometres from Mannar. Both the airports serve national and international destinations such as Singapore, Muscat, Colombo, and others. Chengannur railway station is the nearest railway station situated at a distance of about 10 kilometres from Mannar. It has been declared the ‘Gateway to Sabrimala’, which is one of the largest pilgrimage sites in the world. If you are someone who enjoys knowing things in detail, bus is the right option. Buses to and from Mannar are available to other towns and cities of Kerala. Also, Kerala SRTC and private buses operate regularly to and from nearby cities of the state and that of other major cities in southern India such as Bengaluru and Chennai.

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Kochi


Kochi Formerly known as Cochin, Kochi is a picturesque city and emerging metropolis on the south-west coast of India. The port city has been witness to many changes, demographic and developmental, and yet, has preserved in it so many beautiful things from its rich past. Nestled between Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, Kochi is breathtakingly scenic and offers visitors a plethora of options to explore. Called the commercial capital of Kerala, Kochi is a perfect Mice destination in the state. The ‘Queen of Arabian Sea’ is also known for its vibrant culture. The places of interest which delegates can explore post events include Vypeen Island, Kumbalangi Integrated Tourism Village, Jewish Synogogue, Cherai Beach, Fort Kochi, and several others. Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport situated at a distance of about 28 kilometres from the main city. It is well connected to major cities of India like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai. It also offers flights to several international destinations. The city is served by two main railway stations (Ernakulam Town Station and Ernakulam Junction Station) that connect it to other major cities of India. Passenger ships to and from Colombo and Lakshadweep are also available. State and privately-owned bus services are also available to tour in and around the city.

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Wayanad


Wayanad Known for its pleasant climate, lush green forests and various other forms of natural life, Wayanad sits in the north-east region among the hills of Western Ghats in Kerala. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is one of its chief tourist attractions where visitors enjoy sighting of some dominants creatures of kingdom animalia such elephants and tigers. Imagine a parade of giant elephants walking at a stone’s throw from you or a mighty tiger ambushing a prey! Post event, delegates can explore several places in and around Wayanad such as Edakkal Cave, Banasura Sugar Dam, Chembra Peak, Meenmutty waterfalls, etc. Wayanad enjoys good connectivity with other cities in Kerala and the country by air, rail and road. Calicut International Airport, situated at a distance of about 65 kilometres from Wayanad, is the nearest airport. Kozhikode railway station is the nearest railway station to Wayanad which connects it to other major cities of the country. Kerala SRTC and privately-owned buses offer regular services to and from Wayanad. You can also visit Wayanad in buses from Bangalore, Mysore, Kochi and other cities.

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Bangalore


Bangalore The Garden City, as Bangalore is also called owing to the presence of many gardens and parks, is the capital of Karnataka, a state in south India. The Silicon Valley of India (another sobriquet earned by the city because of a number of Information Technology companies set up there) is the seventh largest city in India. The city is a perfect mix of modernisation and enchanting scenery which visitors can enjoy year round. The state-of-the-art infrastructure and the pleasant climate make it an apt MICE destination. The places of interest which delegates can explore post events include Vidhan Soudha (State Secretariat), Cubbon Park, Government Museum of Bangalore, Visvesvaraya Technological and Industrial Museum, Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens, Tipu Sultan’s Fort and Place, etc. The Pub City enjoys sound connectivity with other cities of the state as well as the country by air, rail and road. Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru is the nearest airport, situated at a distance of about 40 kilometres from the main city. The airport serves both domestic as well as some international destinations like Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai etc., and Muscat, Sharjah and Singapore respectively. By train, Bangalore can be accessed via two main railway stations: Bengaluru City Railway Station and Yeswantpur Junction. Trains to and from cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Pune and other major cities operate regularly. Buses are yet another convenient mode of transportation if you are travelling to the city. Buses of different comfort levels operate to and from cities like Goa, Mumbai, Coimbatore and Mangalore.

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Mysore


Mysore Situated in the foothills of Chamundi Hills, this ‘Cultural Capital of India’ is teeming with rich past, enchanting natural beauty and splendid architecture. Once the capital of the old royal Mysore province, the city is well-equipped with the requisite infrastructure for a MICE event and has several enchanting destinations within that delegates can explore post events. The places of interest in and around Mysore include: Mysore Palace, Vrindavan Gardens, Thonnur Lake, Mysore Zoo, Shri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery, and others. Mysore is well-connected with other cities of Karnataka and the country by air, rail and road. Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru is the nearest airport, situated at a distance of about 180 kilometres from the main city. The airport serves both domestic as well as some international destinations like Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai etc., and Muscat, Sharjah and Singapore respectively. Mysore railway station is the nearest railway station, situated at a distance of about 2 kilometres from the main city. There are regular trains to and from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai. A good network of roads and bus services of various comfort standards connect Mysore to other cities both within and outside Karnataka.

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Coorg


Coorg Nestled in the Western Ghats of south-western Karnataka, Coorg is an amalgamation of rich flora and fauna, waterfalls, gushing rivers and several other places and activities that visitors would will fall in love with. The place is surrounded by famous tourist attractions such as Mysore district to the east and Wayanad district of Kerala to the south. Beauty apart, Coorg is famous for its coffee, particularly Arabica and Robusta varieties, and people. Delegates can also explore three wildlife sanctuaries with diverse flora and fauna. The notable sightings in the sanctuaries include Asian elephant, tiger, leopard and others. The other places of interest in and around Coorg for delegates include Talacauvery, Bhagamandala, Abbey Falls, Irupu Falls, Cauvery Nisargadhama, Dubare Elephant Camp, and several others. The coffee district enjoys sound connectivity with other cities of Karnataka and the country by air, rail and road. Mangalore Airport is the nearest airport, situated at a distance of about 135 kilometres from Coorg. The airport is operational for both domestic as well as international flights. Domestic destinations include Bangalore, Chennai, Goa, Mumbai, Trivandrum, Calicut and Cochin. International destinations include Doha, Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Bahrain, Kuwait and Dubai. The nearest railway station to Coorg is Mysore railway station, which is situated at a distance of about 146 kilometres. There are regular trains to and from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai. Coorg enjoys well-established road connectivity with other towns and cities of Karnataka and outside. Buses and taxis ply regularly in and out of the district.

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Gangtok


Gangtok A serene place in India’s eastern state of Sikkim, Gangtok rests between the borders of Nepal and Bhutan. The hill town boasts of being an abode of tranquillity with high mountain passes and Buddhist monasteries. Gangtok fits in well on India’s map of MICE destinations owing to the many opportunities it offers to delegates for exploration, besides being well-equipped to host any MICE event. To visitors’ delight, several fairs and festivals are celebrated in Gangtok with great fervour. The places of interest which delegates can enjoy in and around Gangtok include Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, Romtek Gompa, and several others. The capital city enjoys sound connectivity with other parts of the state and the country by air, rail and road. The nearest airport to Gangtok is in Bagdogra (West Bengal), which is situated at a distance of about 124 kilometres. Several airlines connect the city with other major cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, etc. Helicopter services from Bagdogra to Gangtok are also available. New Jalpaiguri railway station is the nearest railway station to Gangtok, situated at a distance of about 148 kilometres. It, primarily, serves Siliguri and Jalpaiguri and is well-connected with other major cities of the country like Kolkata and New Delhi. Gangtok has a well-knit road network which connects it to other towns and cities of the state. Buses from Siliguri to Gangtok ply regularly.

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Kolkata


Kolkata You can call it the ‘Cultural capital of India’ or ‘City of Joy’. Kolkata is not only the capital of India’s eastern state – West Bengal – but a cultural, commercial and educational hub of east India. It is the birthplace and home to some of the great personalities India has seen and for whose contribution we all as a nation are indebted to. Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda, Subhas Chandra Bose are a few to name. The metropolis of West Bengal is a famous and oft-visited tourist destination known for its historical monuments, art galleries, lively culture and the cuisine. The places of interest which delegates can explore post events in and around Kolkata include Victoria Memorial Hall, Writers’ Building, Mother House, Tomb of Mother Teresa, Chowringhee, ancestral house of Swami Vivekananda’s, and several other sites. Kolkata You can call it the ‘Cultural capital of India’ or ‘City of Joy’. Kolkata is not only the capital of India’s eastern state – West Bengal – but a cultural, commercial and educational hub of east India. It is the birthplace and home to some of the great personalities India has seen and for whose contribution we all as a nation are indebted to. Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda, Subhas Chandra Bose are a few to name. The metropolis of West Bengal is a famous and oft-visited tourist destination known for its historical monuments, art galleries, lively culture and the cuisine. The places of interest which delegates can explore post events in and around Kolkata include Victoria Memorial Hall, Writers’ Building, Mother House, Tomb of Mother Teresa, Chowringhee, ancestral house of Swami Vivekananda’s, and several other sites. Calcutta (former name of Kolkata) is well-connected to other cities of the state and the country by air, rail, metro, trams and road. About 17 kilometres away from the city centre, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport is the nearest airport with flight connectivity across major cities in India and some international destinations. Most of the passengers travelling by train to and from Kolkata are served by two main railway stations in the city, one each in Howrah and Sealdah. Both government and privately-owned buses offer regular services to and from Kolkata. The metro in Kolkata serves the Kolkata metropolitan area, saving you from the snarl-ups that you may find yourself in if travelling by a taxi or a bus.

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Kalimpong


Kalimpong Once a hub of trade between India and Tibet, Kalimpong is a quiet yet serene hill station in West Bengal. The lofty snow-capped mountains in the backdrop, monasteries and churches make a perfect setting to conduct a MICE event there, away from the tormenting noise of the cities. With its natural beauty preserved, Kalimpong has the requisite infrastructure to prove its mettle as a MICE destination. The places of interest which delegates can explore post events in and around Kalimpong include Kalimpong Art and Craft Centre, Tharpa Choling Monastery, Thongsa Monastery, Durpin Dara, and other sites. The town is well-connected to other cities of West Bengal and the country by air, rail and road. The nearest airport to Kalimpong is in Bagdogra, which is situated at a distance of about 76 kilometres. Several airlines connect the city with other major cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, etc. Siliguri and New Jalpaiguri railway stations are the closest railway stations. Both the stations are well-connected with cities like Kolkata, Delhi, Guwahati, etc. Buses and taxis are also available to tour the hill station. Siliguri serves as the gateway to Kalimpong and adds to its connectivity with other major cities of the state as well as the country.

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Darjeeling


Darjeeling The hill station has it all: snow-capped mountains, lush green tea gardens, Toy Train (UNESCO World Heritage Site), and other mesmerizing sightseeing options. The ‘Queen of the Hills’ even fascinated India’s Nobel laureate in Literature and great poet Rabindranath Tagore, who talked about its abundant flowers and temperature. Tea from Darjeeling is revered across the world. Darjeeling is also famous among trekking lovers. Some other places of interest which delegates can explore post events in and around Darjeeling include Peace Pagoda, Ghoom Monastery, etc. Darjeeling is well-connected with other cities of the state and the country by air, rail and road. Bagdogra Airport is the nearest airport to Darjeeling, situated at a distance of about 96 kilometres. Several airlines connect the city with other major cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, etc. Taxis are available at the airport for your onward journey to the hill station. Darjeeling Himalayan Railways (DHR) connects Darjeeling with New Jalpaiguri, a railway station around 62 kilometres from Darjeeling which connects it to other major cities of the country like Kolkata, Delhi, Guwahati, etc. Bus services from nearby towns and cities like Siliguri, Kurseong, Kalimpong, Gangtok, etc. to Darjeeling are also available.

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Shillong


Shillong Situated at an altitude of 4,908 ft, the capital city of Meghalaya is a prominent hill station in India’s northeast. While the name Meghalaya in Sanskrit means ‘Abode of clouds’, Shillong derives its name from U-Shyllong, which means superpower or a deity. Owing to its resemblance with Scotland, the city is also referred to ‘Scotland of the East’. The formidable snow-capped Himalayas, tribes and their unique culture unaffected by what is in vogue outside along with breathtaking views of the city are what every traveller desires to experience. The places of interest which delegates can explore post events in and around Shillong include Crinoline Falls, Diengiei Peak, Lady Hydari Park, Cathedral Catholic Church, Umiam Lake, and several others. Shillong is well-connected with other cities of Meghalaya and the country by air, raid and road. The nearest airport is in Guwahati, which enjoys sound connectivity with other major cities of the country like Kolkata, Delhi and others. It is about 125 kilometres away from Shillong. Guwahati also happens to be the place with a railway station nearest to Shillong. It is about 100 kilometres away from the ‘Scotland of the East’. Both government and privately-owned buses of various comfort levels offer regular services to and from Shillong. Buses are available from Guwahati also.

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Chennai


Chennai Let’s first write some of the sobriquets the capital city has earned: Gateway to South, Cultural Capital of South India, Detroit of India (because of a large number of automobile industries based in the city) and India’s Health Capital. The metropolis has preserved what its history left behind – Stone Age tools have been found in Chennai – and continues to grow leaps and bounds to this day. Madras, original name of Chennai, is one of the favourite destinations of foreign tourists and was ranked 43rd most visited city in the world in 2015. There are several places of interest which delegates can explore post events in Chennai. These include Fort Saint George, Marina Beach, MGM Dizzee World, Queens Land, Viswaroopa Adhivyadhihara Sri Bhaktha Anjaneyaswami Temple, etc. Chennai enjoys sound connectivity with other cities of the state as well as the country by air, rail and road. Chennai International Airport is the nearest airport and is operational for both domestic as well as international flights. Over 30 national and international carriers connect Chennai with other cities of the country and other destinations in Asia, Europe, and North America. There are three railway stations in Chennai – Chennai Central, Egmore and Tambaram – which connect it with major cities of India. Chennai is home to one of the largest bus stations in Asia. It is known as CMBT. Both government and privately-owned buses offer regular services to and from Chennai.

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Coimbatore


Coimbatore Called Kovai in Tamil, Coimbatore is the third largest city in Tamil Nadu and one of the vibrant commercial hubs in South India. Like its fellow city Chennai, the city also has earned its fair share of sobriquets such as textile capital of South India or the Manchester of the South India owing to its cotton production and textile industries. On tourism front, Coimbatore is known for its serene hills, falls, parks and dams. The places of interest which delegates can explore post events in and around Coimbatore include Valparai Hill Station, Monkey Falls, Kovai Kutralum, Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park, Vaitheki Falls, etc. Coimbatore enjoys sound connectivity with other cities of the state and the country by air, rail and road. Established in the district premises, Coimbatore International Airport is the nearest airport to the city, which caters to both domestic (Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai) as well as some international destinations (Sharjah, Sri Lanka and Singapore). There are several railway stations in the district that cater to the high-speed and long-haul transportation needs of the people. These include Coimbatore Main Junction, Coimbatore North Junction, Podanur Junction and Peelamedu. Coimbatore is also easily accessible from other major cities of the state as well as the country via a large network of state and national highways. There are five national highways that run across the state. Both government and privately-owned buses offer regular services to and from Coimbatore.

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Madurai


Madurai Situated on the banks of river Vaigai, Madurai is a famous tourist destination in Tamil Nadu. The city is known for various historical monuments and is an important industrial and educational hub in the state. The places of interest which delegates can visit post events in and around Madurai include Mariamman Teppakulam, Azhagar Kovil, Gandhi Museum, Meenakshi Sundareswarar twin Temple, Thirumalai Nayak Palace, etc. Madurai is well-connected with other major cities of the state as well as the country by air, train and road. Madurai Airport is the nearest airport, situated in Avaniyapuram at a distance of about 12 kilometres from the city centre. It caters to several domestic as well as international destinations such as Colombo, Dubai and Singapore. Madurai Junction is the main railway station in the city with connectivity to cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai. Buses of different comfort levels offer regular services to and from Madurai. Several national highways spread across Tamil Nadu add to the connectivity of the city.

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Pondicherry


A coastline that extends as long as 32 kilometres, beaches festooned with palm trees, villages where you can go fishing, and much more that you will experience once in Pondicherry. It is a town with French heritage tucked in the Eastern side of India. The place provides a peaceful ambience, much needed in today’s trying circumstances. The places of interest which delegates can explore post events in the town include Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Promenade, Chunnambar Boat House, Auroville, etc. The popular tourist destination enjoys sound connectivity with other major cities in the territory as well as the country by air, rail and road. Poducherry Airport is the nearest airport with direct flights to and from Hyderabad and Bangalore, and connecting flights from Delhi, Kochi, Kolkata and Mumbai. The second nearest airport is in Chennai, which is situated at a distance of about 135 kilometres from Pondicherry. Villupuram is the nearest railway station, which is located at a distance of about 35 kilometres from the town. It enjoys sound connectivity with cities like New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai and Trivandrum. Bus service from Chennai, Thanjaur, Trichy, Coimbatore, Bangalore and Madurai is also available.

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