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MoT office in India awarded for promoting Oman as wedding destination

MoT workplace in India awarded for advertising Oman as wedding location

The WeddingSutra Influencer Award was not too long ago handed more than to Lubaina Sheerazi, India representative, Ministry of Tourism, Oman, at a glittering award ceremony held at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai.

Since 2014, Oman has witnessed more than 23 per cent development in Indian arrivals. In 2016, Oman received 297,628 Indian arrivals as compared to 256,210 arrivals in 2014 that is more than 16 per cent development inside two years. In 2017, Oman received 321,161 Indian arrivals showcasing development of more than 7.90 per cent.

Lubaina, mentioned, “Over the previous couple of years, we have strived to market Oman as a important luxury asset amongst Indians. From a nation that was hardly ever regarded as a vacation getaway to be received as a single of the most sought-right after wedding destinations is a exceptional shift we have been in a position to project in India.

“This seed of change has only been possible with our focused efforts in recognising the potential of the country that went beyond just the culture and history of Oman, but also showcasing it as an ideal wedding destination.”

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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