Jammu and Kashmir's Gulmarg region, which is a popular ski resort in the UT, welcomed 1.65 million tourists in 2023.
Srinagar : At least 300 destinations in Jammu and Kashmir have been selected for promoting film tourism in the Union Territory this year amid G-20 events forming the major attraction of the year and global attention, said a senior government official on Saturday.
Hailed as an engineering marvel, the Chenab Rail Bridge is a steel and concrete arch bridge between Bakkal and Kauri in the Reasi district of the Jammu Division of Jammu and Kashmir, spanning the Chenab River at a height of 359 m above the river, making it the world's highest rail bridge.
Srinagar/IBNS: Asia's largest tulip garden in Kashmir valley was visited by nearly 130,000 tourists during the first ten days since it was opened for the public this year.
Srinagar: Asia’s largest Tulip garden, which is located on the foothills of Zabarwan in Srinagar city, is all set to open for tourists from Sunday onwards, officials said.
With the aim of promoting tourism in the Kashmir Valley at the global level, the Government of Jammu and Kashmir is taking new steps during which the tourism infrastructure is being further improved and new places are being brought on the tourism map.
Kashmir: As part of the winter carnival in Baramulla district of Kashmir, the District Administration celebrated the snow festival to promote tourism in lesser-known tourist destinations.
Baramulla: Jammu and Kashmir's Gulmarg region is currently witnessing the emergence of a new tourist attraction in the form of a glass igloo restaurant in the middle of the snow-covered mountains, media reports said.
Jammu and Kashmir's Doodhpathri, which is located in Budgam district, has emerged as one of the favourite shooting locations for Bollywood industry.
Srinagar: Tourists visited Jammu and Kashmir in large numbers this year to observe Christmas and New Year.
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department on Saturday hosted several activities under the ‘Nowshera Folk Festival’ in Rajouri city, media reports said.
Srinagar: Hoteliers in Jammu and Kashmir are gearing up to welcome tourists in the winter season as the Valley is slowly turning into a white beauty during the cold weathers.
Ganderbal: Local entrepreneurs in Jammu and Kashmir's Ganderbal are now venturing into new business models by keeping history and heritage in mind.
Kashmir witnessed the footfall of 20.5 lakh visitors, including 3.65 lakh Amarnath yatris, during the first eight months of the current year.
Srinagar: District Administration of Kulgam in South Kashmir in collaboration with the Department of Tourism recently hosted Aharbal Mela in a bid to promote tourism in the region.