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About Daman Airport

Located in Magdalla 11 km from the city, Surat International Airport has an area of 312 hectares. The new terminal building was opened to the public in 2011. Constructed in the Modular Structure, the terminal building is built future-ready. On the ground floor, you will find one arrival and departure gate, a VIP lounge, a departure lounge-cum-art gallery, an arrival lounge, six check-in counters, two security desks, two baggage carousels, airline offices, administrative offices, restrooms, retail outlets and more. The upper floor consists of two arrival/departure gates, a waiting lounge and a few corporate offices. The international airport in Surat goes by the IATA code of STV. Surat Airport offers passenger facilities, such as wheelchairs (on demand), medical aid, childcare and first-aid rooms, lost and found counters, ATM service, hotspot facility, etc. From the arrival lounge, passengers can book hotels and taxis, and the departure lounge is equipped with restaurants and snack counters. IndiGo, Air India, AirAsia, Vistara, Go First and many more are among the major airlines that have operations in this airport.

About Daman

The former Union Territory (UT) of India, Daman and Diu has now joined Dadra and Nagar Haveli and became one. Daman lies on the southern coast of Gujarat, around 160 km from Mumbai. The heterogeneous community here mostly speak Gujarati. The city also includes indigenous tribal groups such as Dhodia, Varli, Dubla and others. Fishing and agriculture are the main sources of economy for the people of Daman and Diu. Mat weaving and ivory carving are among the traditional occupations. Situated at the meeting point of Daman Ganga River and the Arabian Sea, Daman promises picture-perfect views to its visitors. It was a Portuguese colony for hundreds of years, which influenced the culture of the place immensely. Apart from the famous Church of Bom Jesus and Diu Fort, the place is blessed with a couple of beautiful beaches and tourist-friendly resorts. The tranquillity and grandeur offered in Daman are unparalleled. Visitors searching for a break from city life can enjoy spending a few days here. It can also surprise you with its cuisine, which includes the unique Papyri dish and an abundance of seafood varieties.

Place to visit in Daman


Devka Beach


Dominican Monastery


Jampore Beach

About Agartala Airport

Agartala Airport, often referred to as Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport or Singerbhil Airport, is an international airport situated 12 km to the northwest of the Tripura state capital, Agartala. The Indian government's Airports Authority of India (AAI) manages the airport. With regard to passenger volume, the airport is the second in North-East India. The new Agartala airport terminal includes 14 check-in desks, four passenger boarding bridges, conveyor belts and passenger-friendly amenities, such as an in-line baggage system, eateries, shops, childcare rooms, assistance for the elderly, etc. The IATA code of Agartala Airport is IXA. Agartala International Airport is about 11 km from the bus stop. There are a plethora of private buses available just outside the terminal. Public buses, taxis and auto rickshaws are all accessible for hire. Connectivity between the airport and the train station is also excellent; you can use taxis and auto-rickshaws to go from and to the airport.

About Agartala

Agartala, the capital town of Tripura, is a large metropolis in the region of northeast India. It lies beside River Haora, adjacent to the Bangladesh border, surrounded by densely populated and agro-rich rural plains. Agartala is home to massive palaces, temples and serene lakes. Thick forests, valleys, waterfalls and rich biodiversity add to its beauty. The people of Agartala are known for their hospitality. Located within 2 km from the IndiañBangladesh border, the city has residents whose values, beliefs and practices are shaped by Bengali tradition. Kokborok is the language used by the majority of people here. The population follows Hinduism, while there are also sizable Muslim, Christian and Buddhist communities. Durga puja, Diwali, Holi, Garia puja, Saraswati puja and New Year are some major festivals celebrated here. In Agartala, you will be able to spend your valuable time meaningfully by visiting places such as Ujjayanta Palace, Bebu Van Vihar and Neer Mahal. Muya Awandru, Mosdeng Serma, Muya Bai Wahan, Gudok, Chauk and Burma are the signature dishes here. The people are fond of smoking tobacco, and hence, they make indigenous bamboo smoking pipes. The city also produces unique handloom products, cane and bamboo handicrafts, fishing equipment and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the Buddha Temple in Agartala reflects Buddhist culture that flourishes in the land of Tripura.
It is easy to see the influence of Indian, Portuguese and indigenous traditions in Daman and Diu thanks to the region's rich cultural history.
Popular dishes in Agartala include Mui Borok, Muya Awandru, Bangui, Kosoi Bwtwi, Muya Bai Wahan Chakhwi and many more.
Here, 14 deities are worshipped under one roof, and unlike conventional temples, the deities here are not in the form of idols but images engraved on walls.
Agartala is a year-round tourist destination. However, the ideal time to visit Agartala is from November to February, the winter season. You will experience comfortable weather with occasional rainfall.
Gujarati and Portuguese vegetarian cuisine dominate the restaurant scene here.
Tripuraís state fruit is Queen pineapple.
Gujarati is the most widely spoken language here but Hindi is also common.
Nani Daman Fort is also known as the Fort of St. Jerome.
The Garia Puja Festival, celebrated on the last day of the Tripura month of Chaitra, is the state's most important celebration. The festival lasts for seven days, and a regional holiday is declared during these days.
Portuguese colonists constructed the fort at Moti Daman. The building construction started in 1559 and lasted until the close of the 1600s.
There are many traditional shopping centres in Daman where you can buy souvenirs. However, the city is now growing bigger with various modern shopping malls.
One of the most beautiful places to visit in the UT of Daman is Jampore Beach, which can be found to the south of Moti Daman. This beach is noted for its murky, black water.
Kamalasagar Kali Temple, located in Agartala, is dedicated to Goddess Kali. Also called Kasba Kali Bari temple, it is located around 27 km from Agartala.