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Kerala Tourism wins Conde Nast Travel award

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Thiruvananthapuram | Thursday, Nov 26 2015 IST
 
Kerala Tourism has won the Favourite Indian Leisure Destination Prize at the Conde Nast Travel Awards for this year.

The award was presented to Kerala Tourism, winner of the runner-up prize for the Favourite Indian Leisure Destination, at a ceremony attended by the Who's Who of Indian travel and tourism industry in New Delhi last evening, an official release said here today.

The Conde Nast Traveller India Readers Travel Awards, which is in its fifth year, honour the best in travel, tourism and hospitality. The winners were chosen by the readers of Cond Nast Traveller magazine.

"It is an honour to be feted by the discerning travellers who visit our state," said Kerala Tourism Minister A P Anilkumar..

"It is a proud moment to be recognised as the favourite destination by the people who travel around the world," Mr Anilkumar added.

Kerala Tourism Secretary G Kamala Vardhana Rao said the award was significant as it was based on the assessment of different parameters of travel and hospitality by different individuals.

"As a top tourism destination in the world, we would continue to maintain the highest standards of quality and excellence desired by the travellers," Mr Rao said.

Additional Resident Commissioner, Kerala, Rachna Shah, received the award from Mr Vinod Zutshi, Secretary, Union Ministry of Tourism. Among those present on the occasion were Maldives High Commissioner Ahmed Mohamed. UNI CR VV ADB1730

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