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Singapore-India collaborate tourist travel app

Press Trust of India  |  Singapore 

A Singapore-collaborated app is offering e-tickets for Asian tourist destinations especially tailored to suit tastes of Indian tourists.

An NRI-owned app 'Travelease' is 'Made in India' by Coimbatore-based Skybridge Infotech, Noida-based AppInventiv Technologies and Singapore's Travelease Pte Ltd.



"'Travelease' is increasing its list of Asian attractions in cities such as and which are on the itineraries of young Indian travellers," said co-founder and director Sumit Khemani of the app operating company.

The app helps with locations and sites such as vegetarian restaurants, art centres, museums, sight-seeing spots and exotic places that young travellers want to explore, he said.

Citing travel data, he said that 22.8 million Indians travelled overseas last year. Top of the list was with 1.8 million Indian tourists, followed by with 1.1 million, Bangkok with 1.05 million and 700,000

Hong Kong, Bali, Jakarta, Tokyo and Taipei are also popular destinations for Indian tourists.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Singapore-India collaborate tourist travel app

A Singapore-India collaborated app is offering e-tickets for Asian tourist destinations especially tailored to suit tastes of Indian tourists. An NRI-owned app 'Travelease' is 'Made in India' by Coimbatore-based Skybridge Infotech, Noida-based AppInventiv Technologies and Singapore's Travelease Pte Ltd. "'Travelease' is increasing its list of Asian attractions in cities such as Singapore and Dubai which are on the itineraries of young Indian travellers," said co-founder and director Sumit Khemani of the app operating company. The app helps with locations and sites such as vegetarian restaurants, art centres, museums, sight-seeing spots and exotic places that young travellers want to explore, he said. Citing travel data, he said that 22.8 million Indians travelled overseas last year. Top of the list was Dubai with 1.8 million Indian tourists, followed by Singapore with 1.1 million, Bangkok with 1.05 million and 700,000 Kuala Lumpur. Hong Kong, Bali, Jakarta, Tokyo and Taipei are ... A Singapore-collaborated app is offering e-tickets for Asian tourist destinations especially tailored to suit tastes of Indian tourists.

An NRI-owned app 'Travelease' is 'Made in India' by Coimbatore-based Skybridge Infotech, Noida-based AppInventiv Technologies and Singapore's Travelease Pte Ltd.

"'Travelease' is increasing its list of Asian attractions in cities such as and which are on the itineraries of young Indian travellers," said co-founder and director Sumit Khemani of the app operating company.

The app helps with locations and sites such as vegetarian restaurants, art centres, museums, sight-seeing spots and exotic places that young travellers want to explore, he said.

Citing travel data, he said that 22.8 million Indians travelled overseas last year. Top of the list was with 1.8 million Indian tourists, followed by with 1.1 million, Bangkok with 1.05 million and 700,000

Hong Kong, Bali, Jakarta, Tokyo and Taipei are also popular destinations for Indian tourists.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Singapore-India collaborate tourist travel app

A Singapore-collaborated app is offering e-tickets for Asian tourist destinations especially tailored to suit tastes of Indian tourists.

An NRI-owned app 'Travelease' is 'Made in India' by Coimbatore-based Skybridge Infotech, Noida-based AppInventiv Technologies and Singapore's Travelease Pte Ltd.

"'Travelease' is increasing its list of Asian attractions in cities such as and which are on the itineraries of young Indian travellers," said co-founder and director Sumit Khemani of the app operating company.

The app helps with locations and sites such as vegetarian restaurants, art centres, museums, sight-seeing spots and exotic places that young travellers want to explore, he said.

Citing travel data, he said that 22.8 million Indians travelled overseas last year. Top of the list was with 1.8 million Indian tourists, followed by with 1.1 million, Bangkok with 1.05 million and 700,000

Hong Kong, Bali, Jakarta, Tokyo and Taipei are also popular destinations for Indian tourists.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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