The Arabian Travel Market is marching ahead. A cross-section of exhibitors share their candid views with Gulf Today on Wednesday.
The tourism and hospitality sector in the UAE is growing and will get more acceleration leading to the Expo 2020 Dubai to meet the rising demand of visitors travelling to Dubai from over 192 countries. Top executives from global hospitality brands shared their expectations and preparedness with Gulf Today during the Arabian travel Market 2019.
The Ministry of Tourism under the “Incredible India” banner has participated at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) Dubai 2019 and showcased India as a preferred destination for tourism and provided a platform for the tourism stakeholders to showcase the various tourism destinations and products and promote India as a ‘Must See, Must Visit’ destination.
In an advanced step towards establishing Oman’s leadership on the global tourism map, the Oman Ministry of Tourism has signed a series of strategic partnerships with a number of leading names in the world of tourism and travel, amidst remarkable interest in the competitive tourism elements that make the Sultanate an attractive regional and international tourist destination.
Georgia sees huge potential in the UAE tourism market. The country is making concerted efforts to attract more tourists from the Gulf region. This was stated by Gvantsa Murtskhvaladze, Deputy General Manager, Voyager, during an exclusive interview with Gulf Today at the recently concluded Arabian Travel Market in Dubai.
The Arabian Travel Market (ATM) entered its third day on Tuesday. A cross-section of exhibitors share their candid views with Gulf Today Shaza Hotels: Shaza Hotels, a member of the Global Hotel Alliance, is powering ahead with continued portfolio growth and expansion.
In serene turquoise waters off Egypt’s Red Sea coast, scuba divers ease among delicate pink jellyfish and admire coral — yet a rebounding tourism sector threatens the fragile marine ecosystem.
Turkey, one of the world’s largest tourism destinations, is all set to attract a huge number of visitors from the Middle East as the country sees this region is a big contributor to its tourist inflow, said Salih Ozer, Attache of Culture and Information, Turkey to the UAE.
Dubai welcomed 4.75 million international overnight visitors in the first quarter of 2019, posting an over two per cent increase in tourism volumes compared to the same period last year according to the latest data released by Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing.
Dubai will host 40 global travellers for a ‘one-of-a-kind’ summer extravaganza as part of #BeMyGuest campaign by Dubai’s Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism). The multi-award-winning programme, featured an exclusive social gamification component, inviting Bollywood icon Shah Rukh Khan, to help him solve clues around the city in a mysterious, 6-part mini-series. With the grand finale of the contest concluding the series at the end of April, 20 winners were awarded the opportunity to experience many iconic attractions, remarkable entertainment and exceptional ‘Only in Dubai’ experiences’ along with a companion this summer for free.