Bhutanese Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay on Friday urged the Indian industry to explore business opportunities in the tourism sector in the neighbouring nation which has deep relations with India.
Tobgay, who is on a five-day visit to India, made the remarks at ‘India-Bhutan Tourism: Expanding Horizons’ dialogue organised by industry body FICCI in the national capital.
“I always wanted to meet … captains of the industry and invite you to Bhutan. We have been blessed with excellent relation with India. India is our immediate neighbour. We want more and more Indians visiting Bhutan,” he said addressing the gathering which included representatives of various sectors including travel and hospitality.
On the opportunities in Bhutan, Tobgay said his country provides immense opportunities in the travel and tourism industry. The investors can come and set up hotels, restaurants, wellness centres in Bhutan of which 72 per cent is under forest cover.
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