Arunachal, March 27: Arunachal Pradesh’s Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein recently launched a mobile app called My Namsai to promote the Namsai district as a tourism hotspot.
The app has been designed and developed by the National Informatics Centre and aims to give a boost to tourism in Namsai and its nearby regions. The app will allow tourists to gain credible information directly from the government, which will help them in planning their trip to the Namsai district.
The app will be available on Google Play Store and App Store.
Launched the new mobile application 'My Namsai' developed by National Informatics Centre (NIC) at Namsai today. The new app will help tourists acquire reliable information directly through the government & bring all the tourism information of the dist at one place. pic.twitter.com/gAKHc0tmQa
— Chowna Mein (@ChownaMeinBJP) March 24, 2021
Mein took to his Twitter handle to share the information. “Technology is slowly permeating everywhere and efforts are being made to ensure that new initiatives are operational in the real as well as the virtual world. My hearty congratulations to the officers of NIC for developing the app,” he tweeted.
Namsai is famous for its grand pagodas, picturesque landscapes, and rich tribal culture. Home to the Tai Khampti and Singpho tribes, the quaint little hamlet promises to be an enriching experience for travellers looking for off-beat destinations and meaningful experiences.