Brajesh Kumar Singh - Travellers Can Definitely Help The Local Tourism & Hospitality Industry And Make Those Places Popular (Travel Blogger, India)

 


I started travelling in 2011 when I was in Engineering College. I decided to create the page in 2015 around to share those memories and travelling advice. 


1. Tell us about your upbringing and journey.

I was born and brought up in a small village called Chakrajali in Bihar. My Grand Father had a general shop and I use to take care of it while studying. I took an education loan and completed my engineering from Kolkata and was placed in a reputed MNC Company. 

I am also doing social work side by side. Because of this I also got awarded with Global Young Leadership Karmeer Chakra Award REX from IIT Delhi (With Collab of United Nations). 

Some links for more details: Article 1Article 2.


2. When did you start traveling and how did you decide to start your Instagram page?

I started travelling in 2011 when I was in Engineering College. I decided to create the page in 2015 around to share those memories and travelling advice. Also I have website where I use to write article about travel diaries. 


3. What are the best road trips you have taken across the country?

Trip to Mahabalipuram Chennai is one the best road trip I have ever enjoyed. The roads and views are awesome. 


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4. What do you think made your content popular?

The Orginal Content in my own style is the key. 


5. Which is your favorite travel destination in India and the world?

Trip to Leh Ladak is one of the favorite destination in India and when it comes to Worldwide then Europe Countries is the best place to visit in Feb to Mar month.


6. Are you someone who likes to take control of the wheel or stay back whilst enjoying the scenic vistas?

I am someone who love to take control of wheel and enjoy the destinations one by one with full on energy and enthusiasm. 


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7. How can travelers in India boost local tourism and help uplift the hospitality industry?

Travelllers can definitely help the local tourism and hospitality industry by visiting those places and explained about those areas and why that area is so much popular. They can express the beauty and they should tell the history about it.


Brajesh Kumar Singh


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- Interviewed By Anamika Ajith





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