Most searched destinations from India in 2013

| January 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Warm weather and cool ocean zephyr blows in the faces of those who visit exotic lands. Frigid weather forces tourists and locals to dress warm as icy landscapes and wildlife are spectated in their natural beauty. The bustling concrete jungles where a million feet march daily on the pavement – these are vivid descriptions of searched destinations from India in 2013. The top ten searched destinations from the tropical Bali to the temperate concrete forest of Boston have been searched from India.

Macau

Macau

South of the China Sea, Macau came in as the number one searched destination. From the mid sixteenth century until the twentieth century it stayed as the last remaining European colony in Asia. The economy of Macau is heavily dependent on tourism, gambling and manufacturing. Macau stands as the second highest life expectancy in the world.

Maldives

Maldives

The Islamic nation Maldives that faces monsoons, dry seasons and wet seasons ranked as the second searched destination. Maldives diving is an excellent activity to take part in as transparent water allows divers to easily experience tropical marine life. Maldives depends solely on both tourism and agriculture for its economic support – tourism makes up 28% of GDP and more than 60% of its foreign exchange receipts, while 90% of government tax revenues come from import duties and tourism taxes.

Mauritius

Mauritius

The Indian Ocean island nation Mauritius came in as the third searched destination. Mauritius started as a low-income based agriculture society only to build itself into middle-income nation based on tourism, textiles and sugar, and financial services. Mauritius is one of the planet’s top luxuries for tourism – tropical climate that harmonizes with attractive beaches and tropical creatures.

Bali

Bali

Bali followed behind Mauritius in fourth place. Bali is a tropical paradise that is considered to be one of the top destinations for surfing, snorkeling and diving. Bali is known for its unique black sandy beaches, volcanoes, and its various Hindu festivals.

Boston

Boston

Warm hotdogs, bats smacking balls into the air and autumn colored trees describe Boston. Boston came in as number five. Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States founded in 1630 it gained its independence from Great Brittan. Boston’s tourism makes up a large part of its economy with twenty-one million domestic and international visitors who spent $8.6 billion in 2013. Boston is also the publishing and printing center with Houghton Muffin headquartered here.  The Boston Globe, Boston’s newspaper has been awarded twenty-two Pulitzer Prizes since 1966.

Dubai

Dubai

Massive skyscrapers, tall and pointy needles that dwarf a thousand elephants stacked on one another’s backs, and incredibly culturally diverse – a few of many descriptions of the Dubai that is number six. Dubai is the second largest land territory behind the capital, Abu Dhabi. Since 2012 Dubai is considered the most expensive city in the Middle East, confirmed by the consulting firm Mercer. The tourism of Dubai has risen by 31.6% of almost six million in 2013.

Amsterdam

Amsterdam

Some of world’s greatest beer sloshes in a mug ready to be drank as delicious cooked sausages blow in the faces of many here in Amsterdam. Amsterdam, Germany ranked as number seven as it has received more than four million international visitors, while an average of sixteen million trippers visiting every year. Unlike many destinations Amsterdam discourages car driving with expensive parking fees as an alternative option of bicycling is given. The Amsterdam airport is the sixth largest international trafficking in the world that serves more than fifty million passengers a year.

Singapore

Singapore

At number eight, Singapore a sovereign city-state and island country ranks. Singapore depends heavily on its manufacturing trade for economic support; however, Singapore is the third-highest per capita income in the world.
Thailand’s Bangkok reached the ninth most searched by those in India. The Ring of Fire contains one sovereign island nation that is close to the equator and stands courageously against earthquakes and typhoons alike, Philippines ranked last at number ten.

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