ശ്രീലങ്കയിലെ മൂന്നാർ – A drive to Nuwara Eliya Hill Station, Srilanka Trip EP #6

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  1. speed nte karyathilum avde nalla strict rules und 70-80 ok ya speed limit. police emaanmaar kanadaal appol fine idum. full camera yum und. athaan avde anganeyokke.

  2. sujith bro നിങ്ങൾ എന്നെ കൊതിപ്പിക്കാണ് യാത്ര ചെയ്യാൻ പൊളിച്ചു ശ്രീലങ്ക പൊളിച്ചു ഇഷ്ട്ടായി

  3. സുജിത് സൂപ്പർ…….. നല്ലതു പോലെ കാണിച്ചു തന്നു ഹാരിസ് ന്റെ വാക്ക് കടo എടുക്കുന്നു 'ഒന്നും പറയാൻയില്ല '

  4. Brother njan Sri Lanka 🇱🇰 vannirunnu.main goal nuwara elia visit chayyenam ennayirunnu,unfortunately aa trip miss ayi.pinne railway crossing brother paranjathu currect aane,oru hurry burry ella😊missing those days

  5. Sri Lanka is beautiful with fairly good infrastructure and much better than India's infrastructure/tourism facilities/areas. The video is also beautiful.

    But your comparison of Sri Lanka's Munnar (Nuwara Eliya) is a false statement. Nuwara Eliya looks like Wayanad and other hilly areas of Kerala, but not certainly like Munnar. Likewise, many of your statements are exaggerated and/or without any basis or without proper supporting evidence.

    The problem with Kerala Tourism is that it is managed by IAS bureaucrats, who have no experience/skills in general management, infrastructure/facility management, customer service, facility management, security, etc. These offices are transferred within 2-3 years, without any accountability.

    They visit several American and European countries (road shows), but they never visited any national parks, tourist facilities, and did not spend a few hours to look t at the infrastructure/facilities/security and so forth, other than enjoying the foreign countries by staying in expensive hotels at the expense of the taxpayers.

    Moreover, Kerala is costly to the foreign/domestic tourists. Adding insult to injury, the hotels, homestays, tour operators, taxis-autos, and merchants exploit the tourists. Many homestays are costlier than Four- and Five-Star hotels in Kerala.

    Even though spends millions of rupees for tourism promotions (road shows) and bags several awards in its presentations (not for tourism locations, infrastructure, security, etc.) , one would wonder as to why foreign tourist arrivals went down drastically. Kerala is very costly for the foreign/domestic tourists.

    I have been a voluntary consultant to Kerala Tourism and its IT contractor, Invis Multimedia in the 1990s and early 2000s, not any more. I advised Kerala Tourism to concentrate on domestic tourists, instead of a few rich European tourists, the mistakes being done by Kerala Tourism and India Tourism and exploit them. Currently, Kerala has more domestic tourists than foreign tourists.

    In order to attract more foreign tourists, Kerala should create an independent Tourism Board with experienced professionals, and this board should function independently, without any political involvement. I submitted a multi-page reports on this board to the successive chief ministers and tourism secretaries, but who cares?

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