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Travel News – 8 tourism projects launched in Kerala

Ramping up tourism facilities state-wide with an aim at boosting the sector, hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kerala government on Sunday launched 18 projects, completed at a cost of INR 40.46 crore. 

The projects, inaugurated by Tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran through videoconferencing, include destination development of Kovalam Phase 1 — Samudra Beach park area and Grove Beach area, Kovalam– at a cost of INR 9.9 crore and beautification and interlocking of Mulavilakam Footpath at Kovalam at a cost of INR 52 lakh.

In his address, the Minister said the domino effect of COVID-19 was reflected in the tourism sector and was expected to continue for some more time. But the government did not allow the pandemic to hamper the…

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