Honeymoon Package Maldives

MALDIVES HONEYMOON - FUN ISLAND RESORT

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04 Nights stay at Fun Island Resort Maldives - Beach Front Room
Airport - Hotel - Airport transfers
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Tourist - Visit Visa Service - Dubai | UAE

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Thailand Tour Package

GROUP TOUR - THAILAND FROM BANGALORE | CHENNAI | COCHIN


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China Visa Assistance

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Deira Travel & Tourist Agency | Marina Mall, YMCA cross road, Calicut -1
Landline: 0495 425 0000 | Mobile: 9567 31 8888

Deira Travel & Tourist Agency | Marina Mall, YMCA cross road, Calicut -1
Landline: 0495 425 0000 | Mobile: 9567 31 8888

Deira Travel & Tourist Agency | Marina Mall, YMCA cross road, Calicut -1
Landline: 0495 425 0000 | Mobile: 9567 31 8888

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Dubai-Auckland non-stop from 1 March

Emirates on Thursday announced that it will start its first non-stop service from Dubai to Auckland on 1 March 2016, bringing many of its 38 European destinations and cities within just one-stop range of New Zealand through direct connections in Dubai.

The new service will be in addition to the award-winning airline’s existing flights, meaning that Emirates will then have five services daily into New Zealand – three A380 double-decker services to Auckland via Australia, a daily Christchurch service with a Boeing 777-300ER, and the new non-stop service operated with a Boeing 777-200LR.
The new service will bring New Zealand much closer than at present, with an estimated flight time of just under 16 hours from Dubai to New Zealand and 17 hours, 15 minutes in the other direction, cutting journey times by almost three hours each way.

“Having just one stop on the long haul to New Zealand will make the journey quicker and more comfortable. This will be a boon to many business people, tourists, expatriate New Zealanders and other travellers in Europe, parts of Africa and the Middle East,” said His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group.
“Tourists, in particular, will now have more options – travelling to Auckland with a stopover in Australia on one of our three daily A380s, flying non-stop direct into Auckland, or flying to the South Island on our daily Christchurch service. New Zealand currently hosts about three million tourists a year and we want to do our part to cater for that flow and grow that figure above current expectations. “Operating a non-stop service between Dubai and Auckland has been in our sights for some time, dependent on availability of suitable aircraft as we rapidly expand our global network of destinations, and frequency of flights and capacity on existing routes. We are particularly delighted that we can now bring this exciting plan to fruition.”

HH Sheikh Ahmed said that an aggressive fleet growth and renewal programme which is rapidly expanding both its A380 and Boeing 777 numbers had meant that the right sort of aircraft for the ultra-longhaul non-stop flight from Dubai was now available.

“Emirates started operating in New Zealand with a double-daily Auckland service in August 2003, adding a third daily Auckland service a few months later, and then providing a daily Christchurch service in 2004. Progressively from 2009 onwards, we have upgauged the Auckland services to our flagship A380s and today these fly via Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane respectively to Dubai and beyond, and reverse.

“Auckland as the major gateway is now a thriving and attractive city of 1.5 million and, together with tourism and business traffic, we are sure that it will easily sustain the introduction of the extra flight.”
With the introduction of the non-stop service, Emirates will then be flying more than 2,000 seats a day in each direction on New Zealand services.
The Boeing 777-200LR aircraft that will operate the new, non-stop route are purpose-built for ultra-longhaul flights, carrying up to 266 passengers. Like Emirates’ other New Zealand flights, the aircraft will offer three cabin classes: eight First Class suites, 42 lie-flat Business Class seats and 216 comfortable Economy Class seats.

The flights will feature Emirates’ gourmet meals and fine wines, and more than 2,000 channels of entertainment and information will be available on large, individual screens. Passengers will have the airline’s usual generous free baggage allowances – 30kg for Economy Class, 40kg for Business Class, and 50kg for First Class.

New Zealand exporters will also benefit from the new service, being able to access more capacity through Dubai, one of the world’s major cargo hubs, particularly of benefit with perishable goods for markets in the Middle East and Africa regions. New Zealand is renowned for its high quality produce including dairy products.

Operating eastbound as flight EK 448, the service will depart Dubai at 10:05am and arrive in Auckland the following day at11:00am (local summer time). Eastbound the new flight will offer short connections in Dubai from 24 of Emirates’ destinations in Europe. On arrival in Auckland, passengers will be able to connect to a number of other points on codeshare partner Jetstar’s domestic flights.

Operating westbound as flight EK 449, the non-stop service will depart Auckland each night (local summer time) at 9:30pm, arriving in Dubai the following morning at 5:45 am (local time), connecting with Emirates’ flights to 38 Europe destinations, as well as other destinations in India, Africa and the Middle East.

DO AND DON'T IN SINGAPORE

DO AND DON'T IN SINGAPORE


Singapore is a tolerant country for the most part – at least in terms of cultural diversity. One thing is for sure: you won’t see a mob crowding around if you unwittingly break one of the local taboos. That is not to say that anything goes here, though. Before you start navigating your way around Singapore, it is best that you take a look at our list of Do’s and Don’ts.

Singapore's Do's
1)    DO ask for the price before you order any food. This is especially important in smaller places, and for items listed at seasonal price – prices can often be surprisingly high, despite the establishment’s humble appearance. This is particularly relevant when ordering seafood. Some fish or crab dishes can easily be priced in the hundreds, even at small coffee shops. It’s better to ask before you order, lest you fall off your chair when the bill arrives. You might save yourself some embarrassment, particularly since some smaller eateries do not accept payment other than in cash.

2)    DO get a copy of the local MRT (Mass Rapid Transit, aka Metro, aka Subway) guide.
You can download the guide at www.smrt.com.sg or pick it up at any MRT station. MRT is the most popular and probably the most convenient mode of transportation in Singapore – especially during peak hours, when traffic jams are the order of the day. By studying the MRT guide, you will discover that many of the local tourist attractions are accessible by train, saving you quite a bit in the way of transportation expenses.

3)    DO look out for packets of tissue paper or umbrellas on tables.
Before you sit down at a table in a hawker centre or coffee shop, check for packets of tissue paper or umbrellas. Singaporeans have a peculiar habit of reserving their seats with these items, while they queue up for food. If you don’t want to get into an ugly confrontation, best you steer clear. Especially true in crowded hawker centres during lunch time, when tables are prime real estate!

4)    DO bargain.
Always bargain a little, especially when you’re not in a fixed-price outlet such as one of the larger chain stores. Don’t expect the sort of monumental savings you’d find in Bangkok or Taiwan, though. At best, sellers will reduce their prices by 10% or so; if you push your luck too far, you might end up offending. When shopping in places like Lucky Plaza or Sim Lim Tower, all bets are off – bargain away! Feel free to shop around, since many vendors sell the same items, and price disparities between shops will surprise you. Be forewarned, some shops have a reputation for overcharging – so be sure you ask around and get a feel of the market rate before zooming in for the kill.

5)    DO dress appropriately.
It is hot and humid in Singapore, so we suggest you pack light cotton clothing. Don’t go to the other extreme, though. A large proportion of the Singaporean population is somewhat prudish; if you step into any religious building, a show of too much skin is not going to endear you to the inhabitants.

Here’s a 
list of DON’Ts in Singapore. Some of the list’s items may seem like simple common sense; we’ve highlighted them because of the potential for stiffer punitive actions here, compared to many other areas.

1)    DON’T litter.
At any given time, there could be a National Environment Agency (NEA) officer nearby, dressed in plain clothes and mingling in the crowd. If you are a first offender, you will be slapped with a $120 fine (or thereabouts – even fines are subject to inflation). You will also be required to watch an educational video on the evils of littering. Repeat offenders can be forced to participate in a Corrective Work Order. As the name suggests, this is work done to clean up a mess, usually in a public area such as a park, all to teach you to appreciate the hard work that goes into keeping the environment clean and beautiful. So unless you want to ruin your vacation, just don’t litter.

2)    DON’T vandalize.
This includes graffiti of any sort, no matter how artistic you might consider it. Singapore’s attitude toward vandalism is considerably stricter than in many other countries. Offenders may be jailed and even caned, as some recent incidents involving young foreigners have demonstrated.

3)    DON’T feel obligated to tip.
It is not considered bad manners to tip, but doing so is simply not part of the culture here. It is definitely not like the West, where you’re often expected to tip, even if you aren’t impressed with the service received. In restaurants here, a service charge of 10% is levied on top of your purchases – it is simply included in your bill. It is not the norm to tip taxi drivers, and they do not expect it. Of course, you are still welcome to tip if you so desire.

4)    DON’T stuff your wallet with cash.
This isn’t meant to say you need to be concerned about pickpocket-infested streets. It’s just that there is no real need to carry much cash. Most restaurants and larger stores accept Visa and MasterCard. If you wish to use American Express, Diners Club, JCB or UnionPay, it’s a good idea to ask in advance about whether your card will be accepted. (Most food and beverage outlets do honour American Express and Diners Club.) Even if you find your card won’t be accepted, in Singapore you are never far from a Cirrus or Plus ATM.

5)    DON’T throw away your receipts
. This is a matter of potential savings. At the airport, before you depart, you may be able to reclaim Goods and Services Tax (GST) you’ve paid for certain items during your visit. The current GST rate is 7%, so the amount you’re entitled to reclaim can be substantial – especially if you’ve spent hours at Orchard Road.

We hope these tips will help you to an even more enjoyable stay in Singapore.

Has Canada really announced visa on arrival for Indian tourists wait and watch

Has Canada really announced 'visa on arrival' for Indian tourists? Don't pack your bags yet!


Those rejoicing about news of Indians getting visa on arrival in Canada, hold your horses and put your travel plans on hold.
This report here says that Canadian PM Stephen Harper has announced that Indians will be given visa on arrival in Canada. However, the news is yet to be confirmed. This report here by CBC News says that Canadian travelers would be given visa on arrival in India, but not the other way round.There’s no official confirmation of Canada opening up its doors for Indians with the liberal visa on arrival scheme.
This, please note, is different from a visa on arrival.There is no such scheme as a ‘visa on arrival’ scheme in India. The Union Home ministry has decided to rename the tourist visa-on-arrival scheme as 'e-tourist visa' scheme with effect from Wednesday.
The step was necessitated because foreign tourists, who took the scheme’s name literally, would fly into India on the assumption that they would be granted visa on arrival. The change in nomenclature was requested by some Indian embassies, the ministry said.
Under the current scheme, a foreign tourist is required to apply for a visa online by uploading his photograph and passport, and also paying his visa fee online. Following this, the visa authorities would process his application and send him an electronic travel authorization, or simply e-visa, via e-mail within 72 hours.
The visa on arrival scheme in other countries allows tourists to land and then get visa.
The e-tourist visa scheme can be availed by tourists from 44 countries landing at nine airports across India.