Meru, India’s favourite cab service, has announced an integration with Google that will enable commuters to book cabs via Google Maps. While using Google apps to find a direction to reach their destination, users now have an option to find a cab from the entire range of Meru’s services -
Established in 1998, Sula Vineyards, India’s leading wine producer paved the way for the emergence of Nashik as India's Wine Capital, thus pioneering the wine tourism movement in India. Adding another ‘first’ to its accomplishments, Sula Vineyards announced the launch of the country’s first heritage winery resort – ‘The Source
OYO, India’s largest hotel network, recently launched an outdoor campaign called MyOYOCity. The campaign showcased the charm of Indian metros and how every city in India is an OYO city. The campaign ran across 8 cities in India - Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Pune, Lucknow and Ahmedabad - http://bit.ly/2mKqZ1Y In
ShopX, India’s fastest growing digital offline platform that powers retailers in India, introduces travel booking options in South and West Indian markets. The service enables easy ticket booking while offering the most affordable deals. Presently, 7-8% of ShopX’s 40,000+ active retailers are booking travel tickets. The company expects this demand
Even with several major political shifts and currency fluctuations around the world in 2016, travelers fared pretty well with average nightly hotel prices unchanged globally from 2015, as reported in the latest Hotel Price Index™ (HPI™) from Hotels.com™. The global Index sat at 114 for 2016 for the third year.
TIRUN, exclusive India representative of Royal Caribbean International offers the best of Europe experience. Start your amazing journey with Barcelona to Spain, France and Italy, all popular for archaeological and artistic treasures and exceptional cuisine. Indulge in fun-filled festive activities, visit exotic locales and enjoy cruise surrounded by friends and
Cathay Pacific Airways today released combined Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon traffic figures for February 2017 that show a decrease in the number of passengers carried and an increase in cargo and mail uplifted compared to the same month in 2016. Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon carried a total of 2,681,050