28th edition of South Asia’s Travel & Tourism Exchange or SATTE 2021 concluded in Greater Noida’s India Expo Mart on Friday. The three-day event saw partnerships and announcements that indicated revival of the travel industry battered and bruised by the pandemic.
Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board participated in the event to educate and highlight the growth of travel and tourism in the ‘Heart of India’.
As described by Youvraj Padole (Deputy Director-Events and Marketing, Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board), “Madhya Pradesh is coming up as a MICE hub with convention centres in Indore, Orchha, Bhopal and the latest one now in Khajuraho. Earlier people used to go to Rajasthan only for royal weddings but now such theme weddings can also take place in Madhya Pradesh and in places like Orchha, Gwalior, Khajuraho, Mandu where we have sufficient accommodation available one needs a good number of rooms for weddings and other such functions. We have upgraded the number of rooms and basic infrastructure facilities. We are hopeful to promote places like Orchha, Khajuraho, etc. as wedding destinations”
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