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Participants from five countries and 14 States are assembling under one roof to inform people about the destinations. International participants include, Thailand, which is coming in a big way, The Netherlands and South Africa. The event is co- sponsored by the Karnataka Tourism, which will have a strong presence at the fair. The newly-formed Uttaranchal Tourism is the partner State of TTF.
Le Meridien, Bangalore, will be the official host for the TTF and Express Travel and Tourism is official publication. Karnataka Tourism, Daman, and Diu, West Bengal, and Uttaranchal will do special marketing presentation sessions for the travel trade.
The Indian Railways will be offering instant reservation services at the fair itself. Indian Airlines will inform tourists about their new packages. Organised by Fairfest Media, the TTF is likely to attract over 10,000 travel-loving people and hundreds of travel trade members during the three-day fair.
The next weekend the fair will move to Chennai and then to Kolkata. It will be organised in Mumbai and Delhi in February next year. TTF is India's oldest and biggest chain of travel marts. It is organised by Fairfest Media Ltd.
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