New Delhi, June 13, 2019 – The charm of Bali, a mesmerizing island in Indonesia never fades among Indians. The latest celebrity who joins the long list of lifelong admirers of this mystic South East Asian destination is Indian wrestler and Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar.
Recently, Sushil took a family trip to Bali organized by Shoes on Loose, one of the fastest growing experiential travel companies in India. The company is known for its strong foothold in travel to international destinations like Bali, Maldives, Singapore, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Europe, Japan, Dubai, Mauritius, Seychelles, and domestic destinations like Ladakh, Kerala, Rajasthan, Uttrakhand, Himachal, North East, Goa, Kashmir. Throughout the trip, Sushil has been sharing family photos and videos with his fans on his Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram page, giving glimpse of stupendous locations, eating joins, and leisure activities in Bali.
Talking about his experience, Sushil said, “Bali has a lot to offer to everyone. Be it the majestic beaches, historic temples, street side markets, local cuisine, water sports, and warm hospitality, I and my family enjoyed every moment of our trip curated by Shoes on Loose. What stood out about this experience was how seamlessly our trip was planned and executed by Shoes on Loose to the finest details. I am looking forward to more such trips with them, as and when my sporting calendar permits.”
Expressing his excitement about words from Sushil, Mr. Mohit Poddar, CEO & Co-Founder, Shoes on Loose said, “We are in the business of creating experiences and memories. Acknowledgement and encouragement from a national icon such as Sushil Kumar inspires us to continuously push for new milestones. Our investment in a team of seasoned travel and tourism experts and state-of-the-art technology will help us in this direction.”
Mr. Mohit Poodar Founder of Shoes on Loose
Over the last three years, Shoes on Loose has deployed technology for enhancing the user experience. As a result, the company is expecting 200 percent growth in revenue for the current fiscal.