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Kerala launches Travancore Heritage Project to showcase culture of Travancore kingdom

23 February: A popular B2B tourism meets in the country, Kerala Travel Mart invited the domestic and foreign buyers in order to interact with 700 sellers across the whole world during their 5-day virtual event. This event, taking place next month, aims to stimulate the sector during the post-covid pandemic scenario in Kerala.

The virtual meet will be the 11th edition of KTM that will be held from March 1. For taking part in the event, all the interested buyers, visitors and media can register online. This flagship meeting will be attended by all the members of the KTM Society as they will exhibit several services and products of the Kerala tourism sector.

One of the vital factors of KTM is that only one buyer interacts with the seller…

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