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Travel assignment

  1. 1. First and foremost I offer my sincerest gratitude to my almighty. Next I thank my parents for the constant support and encouragement without whom it was impossible for me to complete my presentation. Then I humbly acknowledge the assistance of all frankfinn staff especially my mentor Ms. DEEPALIDEEPALI who showed me the perfect way to learn travel industries. Last but not the least I am great full to all my friends & well-wishers who helped me in all the possible aspects
  2. 2. Countries DUBAI SINGAPORE
  3. 3. HIStORy Of DUBAI Dubai is one of the seven Emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates on the Arabian Peninsula.
  4. 4.  Dubai has a rich cultural scene with art museums, film festivals (Dubai film festival) and performing arts centers, in addition to being a shopper's delight, hosting the annually held Dubai Shopping Festival. Dubai is a city of excitement waiting to be explored holding the potential for one of the most significant international cities of the 21st century. Although the early history of Dubai is not very well documented ,archeological discoveries suggests that, as long as 4000nd years ago, small fishing communities lived along the coast of the Arabian Gulf on the site of what we know today Dubai. In 1971 when the British left the Persian Gulf, Dubai together with Abudhabi and five other emirates, formed the United Arab Emirates. the use dirham was adopted in 1973 as the uniform currency, by Dubai and the other Emirates. Dubai's enormous constructions and developments in various industries through innovative real estate projects, sports events, shopping festivals and conferences has attracted world-wide attention for Dubai City, establishing it as the world's leading business hub.
  5. 5. AttRACtIONS Of DUBAI  The Dubai world trade centre  Dubai Creek  Wafi city  Deira city centre  Dubai Museum  Bastakiya  Grand mosque
  6. 6. tHE DUBAI WORLD tRADE CENtRE It is Considered to be one of Dubai's premier landmarks. The complex houses 39-storeys of local and international companies
  7. 7. DUBAI CREEK Dubai Creek offers a picturesque glimpse of Dubai's trading heritage. It can be crossed by Abram (water Taxi)
  8. 8. WAfI CIty Wafi City is a shopping complex that hosts a variety of designer shops, boutiques and other entertainment facilities.
  9. 9. GRAND MOSQUE The grand mosque was only 3 built in 1998 And boasts the city’s tallest minority At 70m (231ft) located on the bur Dubai side of creek near the rulers court The Grand Mosque consist of 9 large domes 45 smaller ones This large Religious edifies can house up to1200 worshippers.
  10. 10. History of singapore The world's busiest port, the modern nation of the Republic of Singapore, was founded as a British trading post on the Strait of Malacca in 1819.
  11. 11. Tourism had been an important sector of Singapore's economy for more than a decade, averaging 16 percent of total foreign exchange earnings and 6 percent of GDP between 1980 and 1985. Tourist arrivals had dropped sharply in 1983, however, the first decline in over twenty years. The decrease resulted both from the regional and world economic downturn at that time and from travel restrictions instituted by neighboring countries to preserve their own foreign exchange. Observers noted also that Singapore was losing its "oriental mystique and charm." In its effort to build a modern city, it had torn down old buildings and curtailed traditional street activities, aspects considered by tourists to be part of Singapore's attraction Although increasing the absolute number of visitor arrivals was the main target, a further aim was to attract the high-spending, business visitors attending conventions and trade exhibitions, which Singapore hosted in large numbers.
  12. 12. singapore Discovery centre The new Singapore Discovery Centre consists of 5 main galleries around 8 different themes. Guests will be able to immerse themselves in Singapore’s past, present and future, travelling through time to key moments in Singapore’s nationhood and experiencing them “as they happen”.
  13. 13. snow city At Snow City, Singapore’s first indoor snow centre, Visitors can experience real snow, a sub-zero climate and a three-storey high snow slope.
  14. 14. sentosa 4D Magix Sentosa 4D Magix presents the interactive experience with 4-dimensional digital effects. it is also Southeast Asia’s first 4D theatre.
  15. 15. singapore city gallery Can see the whole of Singapore from a unique vantage point. An exclusive, giant aerial photograph gives you a panoramic view of Singapore without climbing great heights.
  16. 16. travel DocuMents for Dubai A valid passport for minimum 3 months on arrival. Visa. The following DO NOT require a visa: 1) Nationals of United Arab Emirates 2) Citizens of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar & Saudi Arabia 3) Holders of a Visit Visa issued on arrival for stays up to 30 days (extension to 90 days possible, fee AED 500)
  17. 17. a) Holders of British passports, provided the status is "British Citizen“ b) Holders of passports issued by Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong (S.A.R. passport holders), Iceland, Ireland Rep, Italy, Japan, Korea (South), Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, San Marino, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States & Vatican City No compulsory Vaccinations or immunization is needed.
  18. 18. travel DocuMents for singapore: A valid passport for minimum 6 months on arrival. The following REQUIRE a visa: 1) Holders of travel documents issued by Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, China, Egypt, Georgia, India, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, Myanmar, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan & Yemen 2) Holders of Refugee Travel Documents issued by Middle East countries 3) Holders of Palestinian Authority Passports 4) Holders of Hong Kong Documents of Identity 5) Holders of Macao Special Administrative Region (MSAR) Travel Permit 6) Holders of Temporary Passport issued by United Arab Emirates
  19. 19. Visa Notes: Visitors are generally granted a 14-30 days Visit Pass if they meet entry requirements Visa Special Notes:1) All visitors must hold confirmed onward/return tickets, sufficient funds for length of stay & entry facilities (including visas) to their onward destinations 2) Expectant women who are 6 months or more pregnant, and will be travelling through/into Singapore are required to apply for a Social Visit Pass (not applicable to those travelling in transit or not leaving the transit lounge & not passing through immigration clearance)  Yellow fever certificate if arriving from infected areas.
  20. 20. itinerary for tHe client The countries that are selected for the client is Dubai and Singapore which are one among the best tourist destinations of the world. The whole trip will be fun packed and useful for the client.
  21. 21. Singapore has its historical value and a well established science gallery which will help the children in family in their education. Dubai is a shopping destination and also a best place which really worth sight seeing and an ultimate point of relaxation for the entire family.
  24. 24. DAY TO DAY ITINERY Day 1: will reach DUBAI by 6 in the morning stay at hotel Grand Hyatt can take rest in the hotel till 11 AM after that will go for Dubai world trade center from there to Wafi city and shopping. And go for the Grand mosque in Dubai then night 11 O’clock Back to hotel. Day 2 : set out by 10 in the morning go for Dubai creek ride it will take around an hour then from there to city centre spent time there till 10 pm. Then drive back to hotel. Day 3:Will reach Singapore by 3 O’clock in the Evening stay at Hotel Paramount which is very near to the airport can be reached by Taxi, can take rest in the hotel till 3 pm after that will go for Singapore city from there to Discovery centre and city gallery. Back to hotel.
  25. 25. Day 4 : Set out by 10 in the morning to Sentosa 4D theatre which is more than an hour drive from the hotel from there to shopping then drive back to hotel. Day 5 : Start from hotel at 9 am by car spent there around 2- 3 hours from there to city then go for film and back to hotel. Day 6: morning go for break fast and spent time for shopping and back to home
  26. 26. ImpORT EXpORT RulES DuBAI Import allowance :2,000 cigarettes or 400 cigars or 2kg of tobacco b) 2 lit of spirits & 2 lit of wine (non-Muslims only) c) A reasonable quantity of perfume Prohibited/Restricted: Prescribed drugs or over-the-counter medicines may be restricted, check prior to departure. Natural or cultured unstrung pearls except for personal use, firearms and ammunition, drugs. Wines, spirits & pork products Muslims only
  27. 27. SINgApORE  Import Allowances: a) For persons of 18 years of age or older, having arrived from countries other than Malaysia & have spent not less than 48 hours outside Singapore immediately before arrival; 1 lit of spirits, 1 lit of wine & 1 lit of beer b) Goods up to the value of SGD 50 if outside Singapore for less than 24 hours (persons 18 years or older), SGD 150 if outside Singapore for 24 hours or more but less than 48 hours (SGD 50 for persons below the age of 18), SGD 300 if outside Singapore for 48 hours or more (SGD 100 for persons below the age of 18)  Prohibited/Restricted: Chewing tobacco & imitation tobacco products, chewing gum, cigarette lighters of pistol or revolver shape, controlled drugs & psychotropic substances, firecrackers, obscene articles/publications/video tapes/discs & software, reproduction of copyright publications/video tapes/disks/records or cassettes
  28. 28. INTERNATIONAl flIghT cOupON clASS EcONOmY
  29. 29.  IT WAS FOUNDED in 1945 to resolve the problems anticipated by the airline  It is non-governmental, non-political , democratic association  airlines who are engaged directly in international travel are active members & those who are engaged in domestic travels are inactive members
  30. 30. AIM OF IATA To promote safe regular economically transport for the benefit of the people and the resolve issues related the industry • To co-operate with ICAO and others international organization. • it also handle cargo metals coordination of fears and cargo rates at IATA tariff conference. • It as three committees. 2.tarif 3.technical • The finical committee resolves the financial transaction between the pox
  31. 31. It was founded in 1996 by the merger of international federation of travel agencies & the uni8versal organization of travel agent associations 70% of international airline booking i8s done by UFTAA member
  32. 32. AImS Of ufTAA • To all as sole reprehensive of travel agency profession at the international agency • To ensure maximum and protection of development in the economic and social area of tourism business • It deals with all problems in relation to the industry • It also consul professional training related to travel course • It provides insurance to the member know as “UFTAA EXTRA SURE” • UFTAA member UFTAA logo to cell res products
  33. 33. It was founded in 1951. it stimulates interest in the pacific region by developing promoting travel for pacific destination. Its first Asian office is in manila Philippines It is a non profit organization It provided meeting point for all the people involved in travel business
  34. 34. IcAO It encourage the growth of ICAO Encourage the development of airport & navigation facilities It provides reuse training programs Development of regional; plans for ground facili8tes & revises needed for international flying ICAO was formed in 1947 for controlling air traffic & making airport procedure simple &clear
  35. 35. WARSAW cONVENTION IT is a liability to the aircraft in case of accidents injury death of the pox or baggage lose stolen, damaged, delayed It prescribe the amount for which the carrier is liable through it does not handle all legal aspect which mean airline & a pox
  36. 36. mONTREAl cONVENTION It was founded on may 28 1999 it is formally the convention for the unification of certain rules for international carriage by air -Is a treaty adopted by diplomatic meeting Of ICAO member states in 1999 -it amended important provision of the war raw convention regime concerning compensation for the victims of air disaster
  37. 37. CHICAGO CONVENTION  ALL INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES MEMBER HAD PARTICIPATING AT Chicago co9nvention it5 guides about;  Flying over territory rules  Rules of air spread disease  Documentation like license  International standard of practices including those of flight which carries dangerous as good  The convention prescribe every aircraft of the contracting country egged in international navigation shall carry  1-licence for each member of crew  2-journey log book  3-aircraft radio station license  4-list of pax list  5-detail of boarding point of destination  6-if the aircraft carry is cargo detailed declaration of the cargo should be maid
  38. 38. FrEEdOms OF THE AIr Freedom of air is bi-lateral agreement which defines the rights the designated carrier will enjoy in other country . Right to fly for technical stops for setting down or pick up of cargo pa or mails to the home country on between 2 foreign countries
  39. 39. • First Freedom. The freedom to overfly a foreign country (A) from a home country en-route to another (B) without landing. Also called the transit freedom. Ex British airways flying from U.K over the air space of Italy to France. • Second Freedom. The freedom to stop in a foreign country for a technical/refueling purpose only. A flight from a home country can land in another country (A) for purposes other than carrying passengers, such as refueling, maintenance or emergencies. The final destination is country B. ex British airways flying from U.K over the air space of Italy and landing there for emergency purpose. • Third Freedom. The freedom to carry traffic from a home country to another country (A) for purpose of commercial services. Ex British airways flying from U.K to France and deplaning passengers
  40. 40. • Fourth Freedom. The freedom to pick up traffic from another country (A) to a home country for purpose of commercial services. Ex British airways flying from France to U.K. and deplaning passengers Third and Fourth Freedoms are the basis for direct commercial services, providing the rights to load and unload passengers, mail and freight in another country. They are commonly reciprocal agreements. • Fifth Freedom. The freedom to carry traffic between two foreign countries on a flight that either originated in or is destined for the carriers home country. It enables airlines to carry passengers from a home country to another intermediate country (A), and then fly on to third country (B) with the right to pick passengers in the intermediate country. Also referred to as "beyond right". Ex British airways flying from India to France and deplaning passengers and there on to U.K. • Sixth Freedom. The "unofficial" freedom to carry traffic between two foreign countries via the carriers home country by combining third and fourth freedoms. Not formally part of the original 1944 convention, it refers to the right to carry passengers between two countries (A and B) through an airport in the home country. Ex British airways flying from India to France and deplaning passengers and there on to U.K.
  41. 41. I will provide you the one of the best tour escort , whose working in travel agency from last 10 years as well as he has all this following qualities:- Receiving the group.  Baggage handling and room allocation.  Providing tour information.  Food arrangement.  Giving personal call and wake up call.  Providing sight seen arrangement.  Providing shopping activities.  Games and entertainment shows
  42. 42. COmPArE mY PKs TrAVEL WITH X TrAVEL PKS TOURS &TRAVEL X TOURS & TRAVEL I am costing less than the X Tours and travels Coasting more then my travels My Package is 1,85,250 Rs Whereas X Tours Package is of 2,48,521Rs What I am saying is you can save up to 63,271 Rs. which is not a less amount I am providing you a free Tour guide throughout your Journey No free tour I am giving you a free pick and drop facility from airport to hotel from Hotel to airport & all for sight seeing You want to pay if you will get me more 5 customer, then I can give you discount They don’t give any offer I will give free transport They don’t I will give free breakfast They don’t
  43. 43. The itinerary I have made is better than any other because it requires lesser documents. The price is also less compared to any other Tour. Keeping in mind our client choice We are also giving free transportation for airport to hotel and hotel to sight seeing places The client and his family can enjoy the wide range of cuisine that are provided during the flight. They can explore UAE which is known as one of the best ever known shopping destination. Singapore is a shopping destination and also a best place which really worth sight seeing and an ultimate point of relaxation for the entire family.
  44. 44. CONCLUsION After doing “TRAVEL” in the form of an assignment I learned more the tourism and the rules and regulations while travelling from one country to other.
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