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Bengaluru: Ten places in Udupi district declared as tourist spots


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Dec 15: Tourism minister, Sa Ra Mahesh, informed that Udupi, St Mary's Island near Malpe, Kaup, Koodluteertha, Karkala, Kundapur, Maravanthe, Kollur, and Anejhari have been declared as tourist spots of Udupi district.

The minister was replying to queries raised by Udupi MLA, K Raghupati Bhat. "An integrated plan has been drafted for the overall development of tourist spots in Udupi district. Rs 19.83 crore has been set aside for infrastructure development out of which so far Rs 4.51 crore grant has been released," he explained.

The minister also said that within its limits, the tourism department of the state has also been undertaking development of roads connecting beaches, construction of toilets, vehicle parking, and watch tower facilities.

 

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  • V. Rama, Kadri

    Sat, Dec 15 2018

    Please leave our beaches and st Mary's Island alone, we do not want it to be tourist spots and spoil the serenity of our places.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Dec 15 2018

    You will get an opportunity to sell Tea & Pakoda's to Tourists ...

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  • parvez, mangalore

    Sat, Dec 15 2018

    constract the road cunecting to the spots and then charge tool for the road ,parking fees, toilet fees ect tttt. WHAT IS THE RETURN PEOPLE GET OF PAYING TAX

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  • Shoan D Souza, Sacheripet

    Sat, Dec 15 2018

    Minister answered about10 tourist spots in Udupi district. It's not like a pupil's answer to a question of a teacher. No doubt Malpe and Kaup beaches are given more importance to attract tourists. It's better to appoint qualified guides who can guide tourists about history, culture and safety measures in marine tour etc. Our youths get employment as well as tourists enjoy their package well, Government will get good revenue too. Government must develop Maravanthe also. It has a different beauty , every tourist must not miss.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Dec 15 2018

    First keep a watch on Moral Police ...

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  • Dinesh, Dubai

    Sat, Dec 15 2018

    Govt. can set up Anti Moral Police Squad(AMPS)

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