Marking 100 days to go until the whole world gathers in one place, Expo 2020 Dubai is using its cutting-edge projection and display technology to light up Al Wasl dome.
As the physical instalment of Arabian Travel Market 2021 drew to a close, Dubai’s Department of Tourism ad Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) hailed a safe and successful week
Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) held its first bi-annual ‘City Briefing’ for 2021 at the newly built Dubai Exhibition Centre, highlighting the sector’s promising performance since the reopening
Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, stressed that the Expo 2020 Dubai will be a global platform for foreseeing a future full of opportunities for generations to come.
He welcomed talents who seek to jump on the digital transformation wave by pushing their boundaries by developing themselves further, and actively developing their nation’s digital economy as a whole.
Dubai has played an enormous role in shaping its citizenry for the future. Having resided in Dubai for most of my life I can strongly vouch for the progress the city has made in the last couple of years – technologically and otherwise. The planning
The Expo 2020 Dubai will offer visitors a unique opportunity to see three key heritage artefacts from the Canaanite and Pharaonic civilisations, and the Renaissance era. The artefacts include a copy of the Ugarit alphabet, which is the first alphabet
Visitors to Expo 2020 Dubai are invited to enjoy a world of cuisine where taste knows no borders – a foodie’s paradise featuring internationally acclaimed restaurants and local favourites,
The yellow, customisable passport also comes with its own enhanced security features - a unique number, an area to include a passport-sized photo, personal details and hidden watermarked images on each of its pages, ensuring that no two documents are alike.
126 buses are allocated to serve Expo visitors from Dubai out of 203 buses to serve visitors from all emirates; buses to run 1,956 to 2,203 direct daily trips, service frequency: 3 to 60 minutes. Two routes will be launched to lift Expo visitors from hotels directly to the site of Expo.