searches from India for weekend travel was the capital city of Thailand - Bangkok.
Kavitha Gnanamurthy, marketing manager, Skyscanner India, said, “The year 2013 has been quite an eventful year for travel revealing that Indians are becoming more explorative in nature by opting to holiday in destinations off the beaten track as per research compiled by our travel search site. For instance, it’s interesting to note that destinations such as Brazil, Bangladesh and Pakistan showed an increase in flight searches as compared with last year. Locally the metropolises of Bangalore, Chennai and Delhi seem to be the top weekend getaways for Indians.”
Gnanamurthy, further added, “With an array of theme parks, national parks (Grand Canyon), architectural marvels and of course ‘Disney World’, it is not hard to see why the States has emerged as the most popular holiday spot for Indian families and couples. Similarly with its numerous old Churches, miles of beaches and Portuguese influence, Goa is undoubtedly the favoured choice amongst Indian couples within the country. ”