|Indian Restraunts at Pullman Sanya Yalong Bay
Closer business, booming bilateral trade and government cooperation between China and India have helped to boost tourism between the two countries in recent years.
According to Tourism Ministry of India, in 2009, around 96,997 Chinese tourists made their way to India, accounting for 1.9 percent of total foreign arrivals in the country. About 41.5 percent of them came to India for leisure, holidays and recreation while 50.4 percent came for business and other professional reasons. A total of 4.1 percent were visiting friends and relatives. While, according to the Chinese embassy in India, about 650,000 people, mainly businessmen, are involved in exchanges or travel between China and India each year.
Though it is very difficult to communicate with people of China who barely know English, but still if you visit the tourist town of Sanya, you will find few Indian chef cooking for you. AIR correspondent Nandini Mittal, who is in China, says if you are fond of Indian cuisine, visit to Restaurants & bars at Pullman Sanya Yalong Bay where Indian food with an open tandoori kitchen, allowing you to watch our Indian chef in action, creating succulent tandooris and aromatic curries.
The first Indian restaurant in Hainan, its ambience, will make you feel you are on the bank of the Ganges. She interviewed Indian Chef in China Dev Kishan.