Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism (DET) revealed that the emirate welcomed 4.88 million visitors between January — October 2021 with international visitation during October
Expo 2020 Dubai has recorded 8,958,132 visits during its first three months, boosted by a slate of spectacular events across the December festive season and with more world-class sport, music and cultural performances expected in the second half of its six-month run.
Some of Malaysia’s most prominent artistes will take centre stage at Jubilee Park on Sunday to perform a variety of cultural performances and music presentations, in conjunction with the Malaysia Truly Asia showcase.
Taste New Zealand, a culinary showcase of the nation’s food and beverage offering, will take place at Expo 2020 Dubai from 13-31 January 2022. The three-week event is being led by celebrated visiting Chefs Sid Sahrawat and Kārena
The UAE is Pakistan’s largest trading partner in the Middle East and a major source of investments and remittances. The trade volume between the two countries amounted to around US$8.19 billion (Dhs30 billion) in 2019.
Abdul Rahman Bin Mohammad Bin Nasser Al Owais, Minister of Health and Prevention, has visited the Brazilian Pavilion to have a closer look at the biodiversity in Brazil, its rivers, and mangroves, as well as national programmes launched to preserve the environment
Niger celebrated its National Day at Expo 2020 with a visit by Mohamed Bazoum, President of the Republic of Niger, a flag-raising ceremony at Al Wasl Plaza, and a musical performance reflecting the traditions and cultural roots of the West African nation.
The RJ Pakistan Property Show will attract a huge numbers of participants, exhibitors and developers, which would be held at Expo 2020 Dubai on Feb. 22, 2022. This was recently announced by Jannat Group of companies, during a press conference
Astronaut Hazza Al Mansouri, the first Emirati to ever venture into space, toured various Country Pavilions at Expo 2020 Dubai on Thursday, presenting numerous national flags that accompanied him to the International Space Station (ISS) at each stop.
The Pakistan Pavilion has welcomed another 50,000 visitors in only seven more days. Over the 82 days of being live, while the pavilion received visits from the Pakistani diaspora and many UAE residents, the majority of the visitors were from the international community.