Journey Through India: Goa | CNBC International

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  • Published on:  Thursday, October 25, 2018
  • In the last five years, the number of tourists coming to India's smallest state, Goa, has almost tripled. CNBC's Tom Chitty ventures through the coastal region on the second stop of his journey through India to find out why.-----Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wuoARMSubscribe to CNBC Life on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wAkfMvLike our Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/cnbcinternat...Follow us on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/cnbcinterna...Follow us on Twitter:https://twitter.com/CNBCi
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  • CNBC International

     7 months ago

    Catch up with episodes and articles from our Journey Through India right here: https://www.cnbc.com/journey-through-india/

  • Travel Nerd

     7 months ago

    #CNBC your viewers are also from Assam.Explore Northeast especially Guwahati,Shillong.This place are unexploited by mainstream.Assam have the world largest n smallest river island.Meghalaya has the cleanest village in Asia.you will not regret coming here.unique place where no body ask for annoying selfie to foreigner.people here mind their own bussiness

  • Joel

     7 months ago

    Proud to say I live here.... 😍 And there are more hidden places...

  • 一条潜水的鱼

     7 months ago

    I'm going on a trip to India.

  • Josh T

     14 days ago

    C. Lincoln that is B.S News in reality as per capita India is low on sexual abuse and rape. Or if you have more fear come to south India the people are very friendly and crime rate is low

  • Josh T

     14 days ago

    Falgun Raval In Hong Kong 🇭🇰 google is not banned. To know more about this read about the opium wars.

  • Tofu Republic

     7 months ago

    Beautiful Place,❤ love it.....,🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️( From Indonesia)

  • Hello Hello

     7 months ago

    @Ẅ TRIGLAV Ẅ That is funny 😂

  • Ẅ TRIGLAV Ẅ

     7 months ago

    I went to Bali, but never visited Goa :P.. i live in mumbai

  • Suraj kp

     7 months ago

    Beware pakistan trolls pretending to be Indian

  • Alamani hossain

     7 months ago

    Here indian pretended to be a mulla hehehe

  • Internet - Where every dolt is an expert

     7 months ago

    So true, and they usually have fake Bengali or Keralite names.

  • Harsh Chaudhary

     7 months ago

    Come to Northeast unxeplored Paradise on Earth

  • InsaneGamer

     5 months ago

    Your name is funny 😂😂

  • Hattori Hanzō

     7 months ago

    Love the name bro so natural 😌

  • KevinShultz

     7 months ago

    If u want another 'unique' region of India..visit the NORTHEAST of India. Trust me, it's a different world in a better way..

  • Prasad Bankar

     7 months ago

    calm down man he will get there i am sure.

  • VIBGYOR

     7 months ago

    😵😵 really ?

  • ilikefries900

     7 months ago

    Whoa Whoa Whoa! Western media made a video on India.......and not a single shot of a slum, poverty or poor people! Didn't the makers of this video think for one second of all the Non-Indians who need to see those stereotypical images of India to feel good about their own insecurities and unhappiness? All this video will do is educate ambitious people all over the world to the many opportunities there are in an economically booming India. Isn't it more important to show outdated depictions of India so t...

  • BVZ

     1 months ago

    @The Boss yep

  • The Boss

     2 months ago

    Because there aren't any slums in goa?

  • Soumyajit Saha

     7 months ago

    Well, well well. It's definitely better. Much better than the Mumbai video. It didn't miss much. Actually Goa for the Rest of Indian is actually the official party destination. Waiting for your next video on Bangalore, the Tech. destination of India.With Indian Railways you can really visit anywhere in India.

  • ilikefries900

     7 months ago

    They did themselves no favours with that Mumbai video. Goa is a beach/tropical area, one would have to try quite hard to make it look bad. I wouldn't expect too much from their Indian city based videos, despite ironically those areas being the most important to get an accurate depiction from, business and entrepreneurship wise.

  • jaihind NatrajN

     7 months ago

    Am I the only Indian who feels American English's pronunciation is easy to understand than British English

  • Akshay Gowda

     5 months ago

    American English is easily understood and spoken.

  • kingnoor Marak

     5 months ago

    British English is Easy

  • The Diplomat

     7 months ago

    Waiting for Bang Bang Bangalore!!!