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THE ECONOMY - TOURISM

Shurooq debuts its latest destinations in London

Posted on 03/11/2015

The Sharjah Investment and Development Authority, Shurooq, is set to showcase its latest projects and destinations in this year's edition of the World Travel Market, WTM, being held in London from November 2nd – 5th. Operating under the Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority's, SCTDA, pavilion at WTM, the Shurooq stand will feature the authority's newest developments, including Al Noor Island, a 45,470 square metre development and the Arab World's first island to combine nature, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi tourism industry heads to World Travel Market in London targeting 20pc increase in UK visitors to emirate

Posted on 01/11/2015

Abu Dhabi's tourism industry is at London's World Travel Market (WTM) later this month – one of the world's largest trade fairs – to highlight the emirate's rich diversity of landscape, culture and attractions. The WTM Abu Dhabi pavilion will be spearheaded by Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) – with almost 100 products being promoted, many of them new-to-market, by the best of the emirate's hotels, resorts, attractions, tour operators and destination management companies. ...  >>MORE

Visitors encouraged to explore Al Ain, City of Beauty

Posted on 20/10/2015

The events, attractions and family-friendly activities of Abu Dhabi emirate's heritage heartland of Al Ain will be the focus of an intense marketing and promotional campaign by Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, which is set to position Al Ain as the ‘City of Beauty'. Running until December, the campaign underlines TCA Abu Dhabi's goals to highlight the diversity of experiences across the emirate, and establish Al Ain as a global tourist destination. The campaign aims to ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Ports welcomes new cruise season with increased number of passengers and upcoming state-of-the-art cruise terminal

Posted on 06/10/2015

Abu Dhabi Ports, the master developer, operator and manager of ports and industrial zones in the emirate, has started welcoming cruise liners for the new cruise season at Zayed Port, a premier cruise hub in the region. Abu Dhabi's current cruise season will see a significant increase in the number of passengers and cruise liners visiting the emirate, and see the scheduled opening of a state-of-the-art cruise terminal at Zayed Port by the end of this year. These developments will elevate Abu ...  >>MORE

Sharjah set to promote tourism landmarks in Russia, Armenia, Georgia and Kazakhstan

Posted on 30/09/2015

Following successful participation in a promotional tour to Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan in the Commonwealth of Independent States, organised earlier this month by the National Council of Tourism and Antiquities, Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority, SCTDA, has announced another series of road-shows to Russia, Armenia, Georgia and Kazakhstan from September 29th to October 2nd. During the tour, SCTDA will promote Sharjah's latest tourism developments under the Sharjah ...  >>MORE

UAE occupies prominent place at world tourism map: Nahyan bin Mubarak

Posted on 27/09/2015

The UAE holds a prominent place on the world tourism map as an attractive destination for visitors given its wonderful, historic and archaeological landmarks and rich heritage, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, and Chairman of the National Council for Tourism and Antiquities, said. In a message on World Tourism Day, which falls on 27th September each year, Sheikh Nahyan commended efforts being made by the UN World Tourism Organisation ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Police stress keenness on tourism sector

Posted on 26/09/2015

Lieutenant Colonel Muzeed Al Otaibi, Chief of the Tourism Police Section at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), has underlined the commitment of the Abu Dhabi Police to dedicate attention to the tourism sector and to provide an appropriate and safe environment for tourists to make the Emirate of Abu Dhabi the most secure and safe tourism destination for families and individuals. He added that an estimated 231,000 people have benefited from tourism-related awareness booklets, maps and ...  >>MORE

Ras Al Khaimah plans to attract 60,000 European tourists for holiday season

Posted on 25/09/2015

Ras Al Khaimah plans to attract 60,000 tourists on charter flights from Europe over the upcoming holiday season as the northernmost emirate invests heavily in new resorts. RAK has joined hands with two charter flight companies in Europe to transport thousands of tourists to the emirate for the peak tourism season. From October through next May, Sun Express, owned by the German tour operator FTI, could fly 40,000 tourists to RAK, while Poland's Itaka Travel Agency could transport 20,000 ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi courts European visitors in Paris as record numbers of French visitors travel to the emirate

Posted on 18/09/2015

A delegation of Abu Dhabi's tourism stakeholders will be highlighting the emirate's attractions to a European audience when they participate in France's leading B2B industry show dedicated to the travel industry later this month. The nine-strong delegation is being led by Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, and will be in Paris from 29th September to 2nd October to attend the International French Travel Market Top Resa event. Joining TCA Abu Dhabi will be representatives ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Tourism concludes successful promotional tour of key markets in the Commonwealth of Independent States

Posted on 18/09/2015

In line with its on-going efforts to promote the Emirate of Sharjah as a leading family and cultural tourism destination, the Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority, SCTDA, successfully concluded a promotional tour of the Commonwealth of Independent States, organised by the National Council for Tourism and Antiquities, from September 7th to 11th. The tour featured road shows in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan, during which SCTDA showcased its latest tourism initiatives ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi showcased at inaugural Travel Trade Roadshow in South Africa

Posted on 16/09/2015

Abu Dhabi will be taking its promotional message to South African this week as 12 local and South African-based entities join Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, on its inaugural travel trade roadshow to the three main centres of Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. The three-city roadshow is one of the exciting initiatives which TCA Abu Dhabi South Africa is undertaking this year to increase awareness about Abu Dhabi and position the emirate as a preferred destination in ...  >>MORE

Geneva continues to pioneer UAE tourism in EU

Posted on 14/09/2015

On May 6 earlier this year, The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the European Union (EU) had signed a reciprocal bilateral short-stay visa waiver agreement, exempting the UAE citizens from Schengen visa. The Schengen Area comprises 26 European countries, including Switzerland. This made UAE the first Arab country to receive such a visa waiver for its citizens, giving them access to 34 European countries, including 26 Schengen States, for stays up to 90 days. This was a moment of pride for UAE ...  >>MORE

TCA Abu Dhabi unveils branding and social media integration boost for website listings

Posted on 02/09/2015

Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, has unveiled a refreshed look and feel for its 'abudhabievents.ae' online resource, bringing a series of new features to the emirate's leading event listings site. The fresh new look is designed to attract attention and generate increased public engagement to improve ease of access to discover what is happening across the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. "We have rolled out the refreshed look and feel to ensure the site continues to use innovative ...  >>MORE

Ras al-Khaimah targets Chinese Market at 2015 MeetChina Conference

Posted on 02/09/2015

Ras al-Khaimah Tourism Development Authority, an official partner of MeetChina 2015, has noted an increase of 125 per cent in Chinese visitors to the emirate in H1 2015, compared to the same period in 2014. The findings were shared at a forum held at The St. Regis, Abu Dhabi and was attended by over seventy high-level Chinese travel buyers - including representatives from Beijing China International Travel Service, Henan Tourism Group, and One Tour. The forum offered the UAE travel and tourism ...  >>MORE

TCA Abu Dhabi targets Morocco to attract tourism

Posted on 01/09/2015

Abu Dhabi has the potential to become a leading tourism destination from Morocco, according to a delegation of travel industry leaders on a recent trip to the emirate. Citing a combination of first-class infrastructure, top-class accommodation, an extensive array of attractions for the family and impressive air access, the Moroccan tour operators believe the emirate can gain a larger slice of outbound travel from their country. The 10-strong trade delegation, guests of TCA Abu Dhabi and ...  >>MORE

China Forum 2015 launched in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 01/09/2015

The Meet China Forum 2015, which is backed by Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, and organised by the Chinese NPI Media company in cooperation with Highway Tourism, was launched yesterday at a reception at Abu Dhabi's Emirates Palace. The reception was attended by Huang Jiemin, Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to the UAE, and Sultan Hamad Al Mutawa Al Dhaheri, Acting Executive Director at Abu Dhabi TCA, a delegation of 70 Chinese tour operator representatives, ...  >>MORE

Dubai's holiday homes becoming a significant component of tourism

Posted on 30/08/2015

The Department of Tour-ism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) on Monday revealed that holiday homes have become an increasingly significant component of Dubai's tourism industry. Since the start of July 2015, a total of 37 operators are now licensed to rent out holiday homes in Dubai, with close to 800 units registered in the holiday homes system. The increase is a result of His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi tourism industry heads to Korea and Japan for promotional roadshow

Posted on 25/08/2015

The Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, is leading a nine-strong delegation of Abu Dhabi and Far East-based travel suppliers to Korea and Japan this week to stimulate visitor demand to the emirate. The authority, along with Etihad Airways, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal, Minor International Hotel Group, the operator of Anantara Resorts and Spa's five luxury Abu Dhabi properties, Al Mafraq Hotel, and land based operators Arabian Adventures ...  >>MORE

Ras al-Khaimah Tourism Development Authority lays foundations for the future of the emirate

Posted on 14/08/2015

The Ras al-Khaimah Tourism Development Authority, in collaboration with international creative agency, TBWA, has hosted a two-day intensive ‘Disruption Workshop' at The Cove Rotana Resort. The workshop aimed to define the brand positioning for the destination and to further drive the vision of His Highness Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Ras al-Khaimah. 'Disruption' is a methodology patented by TBWA, designed to create breakthrough brands by developing a ...  >>MORE

UAE has become a permanent summer tourist destination, says Al Muhairi

Posted on 13/08/2015

Mohammed Khamis bin Hareb Al Muhairi, Director-General of the National Council for Tourism and Antiquities, said that the UAE has turned into a permanent summer tourist destination, thanks to the continuous flow of tourists during the summer. This confirms that the tourist momentum of the GCC is not temporary, but it has become a continuous trend, he added. Al Muhairi noted that the preference of many Gulf tourists to the UAE in the summer began some years ago when several UAE cities launched ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi guest arrivals surge 17% in H1 2015 to almost 2 million

Posted on 12/08/2015

Guest arrivals into Abu Dhabi in the first six months of the year reached more than 1.98 million, a rise of 17% on the corresponding period in 2014. Figures released by Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, reveal that guests who arrived during that time generated 5,728,765 guest nights in the emirate's 163 hotel and hotel apartments, an increase of 11% on the previous year. Total revenue for hotel establishments recorded an 8% increase to Dh3.346 billion (US$ 911 million), ...  >>MORE

100 brochures in Arabic, English boost Abu Dhabi’s tourist influx

Posted on 10/08/2015

The Abu Dhabi Police offered 100 Braille tourism brochures to the Zayed Higher Organisation for Humanitarian Care and Special Needs to acquaint visually-impaired and blind visitors with the emirate, with the services provided by the Tourism Police Section at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID). The Zayed Higher Organisation is the first authority to benefit from this humanitarian service. Colonel Dr Rashid Mohammed Borshid, Head of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), noted ...  >>MORE

Dubai tourism to go up, says SweetBeam research

Posted on 08/08/2015

Leading luxury hotel and resort marketing specialist SweetBeam has revealed its latest hotel industry intelligence. The results demonstrate the likely revenue increase due to the expected surge in family visitors to Dubai in the run up to 2020. The research was conducted over a random sample of luxury Dubai hotels across a two-year period. It showed that on average there was almost an equal number of business vs. leisure guest nights (49 per cent vs. 51 per cent). Of the leisure guests, while ...  >>MORE

Key Chinese Outbound Travel Conference returns to Abu Dhabi

Posted on 06/08/2015

The key conference for travel industry professionals looking to capture more business from China is returning to Abu Dhabi this August for the fourth year in a row, boasting a new name - Meet China. Formerly the Chinese Visitor Summit, the rebranded B2B networking forum which focuses on increasing visitor numbers from the People' s Republic will bring representatives from hotels, travel agencies, tour operators,? airlines and leisure and entertainment venues from the MENA region together in ...  >>MORE

Kenya sees UAE tourist numbers rise over 77%

Posted on 05/08/2015

NAIROBI: Kenya has been witnessing a surge in tourist arrivals from the UAE, recording a 77.4 percent rise in the first six months of the year compared to the same period in 2014, according to Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) . TradeArabia News Service, TANS, a portal for business information and trade news, has quoted the figures released by the KTB, which say a total of 24,462 people visited Kenya from the UAE between January and June, compared to 13,782 in 2014, which made the UAE hold 7 percent ...  >>MORE

TCA Abu Dhabi welcomes Croatian delegation, discusses digital content brand development and marketing

Posted on 05/08/2015

Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) received in its headquarters highly ranked marketing experts from the Croatian National Tourism Board (CNTB) and an accompanying delegation including representatives from internet search giant Google. The purpose of visit was to discuss and identify areas of best practices in the realms of digital content brand development and marketing. "The delegation's visit reflects Abu Dhabi's growing influence and success in digital marketing ...  >>MORE

Summer tourism booms in Dubai

Posted on 01/08/2015

Tourists, especially women, love the fact that Dubai is safe. This is one reason why the hotel business in the Emirate is doing well. During and after Eid, overseas visitors, especially from the GCC countries, thronged the Emirate. It helped that the Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) festival that began on July 23 (right after Eid) is on till September 5. Saeed Alaabdi, Chairman, Alaabdi Holding, said: "Hotel occupancy rates during Eid Al Fitr exceeded expectations, especially at 5-star hotels." He ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi tourism to cross Australia on four city roadshow

Posted on 30/07/2015

Abu Dhabi's tourism industry is embarking on a four-destination roadshow to Australia next month in a bid to increase awareness about the emirate's growing business and tourism opportunities. The 11-strong delegation, led by Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, (TCA Abu Dhabi), will be in Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney from August 3rd - 6th advising Australian retail travel agents and MICE consultants on current and new tourism experiences and offerings across Abu Dhabi. The ...  >>MORE

Capital gets more visitors after Fast and Furious 7

Posted on 28/07/2015

There has been a 34 per cent increase in guests from the United States visiting Abu Dhabi during the first four months of this year, according to the Tourism and Cultural Authority, said Noura Al Kaabi, CEO, twofour54. Greater destination awareness following Hollywood films like Fast and Furious 7 being shot in the Capital has been cited as the reason. "Another study found that Abu Dhabi will receive over 300,000 additional visitors through attracting film productions to the Capital by 2020 ...  >>MORE

Egyptian Tourism Authority launches first regional office in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 28/07/2015

The Egyptian Tourism Authority (ETA) has announced the official launch of its new office in Abu Dhabi, which commenced operations early this month. The opening marks the establishment of ETA's first office in the region, which was initially announced by Egyptian Tourism Minister, Khaled Ramy, during Dubai's Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in May 2015. The launch is in line with the Authority's strategy to promote tourism in Egypt across Arab markets, particularly within the Gulf region - a key ...  >>MORE

Tourist rush expected in UAE for Eid

Posted on 15/07/2015

A wave of tourists from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries and India are expected to head to the UAE in time for the Eid holidays, according to travel agents and tourism officials. Factors like good air connectivity, shopping deals and availability of many budget hotels are encouraging tourists to visit the country during the Eid period, says Kulwant Singh, managing director of Lama Tours in Dubai. Singh anticipates the majority of tourists during Eid will be from the GCC, India and ...  >>MORE

TCA to capitalise on UNESCO World Heritage sites

Posted on 12/07/2015

The Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA) is on a drive to expand the emirate's tourism offerings outside the capital itself, with plans to capitalise on UNESCO World Heritage sites. In an email interview with Gulf News, TCA said it had plans to, "engage our partners to leverage more of our UNESCO World Heritage sites to deepen the sense of place.” TCA declined to elaborate further on its plans for the sites. However, the only UNESCO sites in Abu Dhabi Emirate are in Al Ain, and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi sees growth from Europe despite euro, TCA says

Posted on 12/07/2015

The Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA) said that the emirate has continued to see growth from key European markets despite the weakening euro. Sultan Al Daheri, TCA's acting executive director of tourism, said that Abu Dhabi has continued to see growth from France, Italy, and Germany as they recorded double-digit guest arrival growth last year compared to the year before. "While it is still too early to identify trends in 2015, we remain committed to driving demand for the ...  >>MORE

UK visitors to Dubai to cross 1 million mark

Posted on 11/07/2015

Dubai's popularity as a destination for UK business and leisure travellers is growing at a healthy rate of 10 per cent per year thanks to a regularly evolving destination offer comprising new hotels, meetings venues and leisure attractions. Statistics released by Dubai's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) have revealed that the emirate welcomed 687,000 UK hotel guests in 2012, and a further 759,000 UK hotel guests in 2013, representing a 10 per cent year-on-year increase. In ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi’s tourism sector thriving, number of visitors up

Posted on 10/07/2015

Mohamed Helal Al Muhairi, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ADCCI), has spoken with The Prospect Group about the role of the private sector in the emirate, as well as the economic outlook for Abu Dhabi. According to Al Muhairi, the future economic outlook for Abu Dhabi looks, ‘rosy'. Large numbers of companies are trusted the Abu Dhabi economy - in 2014 the number of companies registered here grew almost 10 per cent. The number of visitors has always gone up, ...  >>MORE

TCA Abu Dhabi gets ready to welcome students to seventh edition of Tourism Youth Summer Programme

Posted on 18/06/2015

Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, is preparing to accept a fresh influx of students to its annual Tourism Youth Summer Programme, an event aimed at identifying and inspiring the next generation of tourism professionals for Abu Dhabi. Enrolment is now open for the camp, which, due to popular demand, has been extended from two weeks to three to incorporate work placements for attendees, who will gain first-hand insight into the destination's hospitality and tourism sectors ...  >>MORE

Sharjah unveils training programme for hotel staff as emirate prepares to attract 10 million tourists by 2021

Posted on 15/06/2015

Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority, SCTDA, has taken another step in its efforts to attract 10 million visitors to the emirate as part of the Sharjah Tourism Vision 2021 with the launch of a new programme to train hotel sector front office staff, including receptionists and customer service representatives, who deal directly with tourists and guests. The programme constitutes the second phase of SCTDA's ‘Marhabtain' initiative, which aims to develop the human resource ...  >>MORE

City Sightseeing Sharjah tours Ajman for first time

Posted on 12/06/2015

Ajman Tourism Development Department, ATDD, and Sharjah Investment and Development Authority, Shurooq, have discussed ways to activate a Memorandum of Understanding, to allow City Sightseeing Sharjah to operate between Sharjah and Ajman. Reviewing the MoU, signed by both parties at the latest Arabian Travel Market in Dubai, they suggested that for the first stage the tourist bus would operate in September with only four stops in Ajman city, according to ATDD Licensing and Tourism Standards ...  >>MORE

TCA Abu Dhabi hosts Al Baha tourism development team

Posted on 12/06/2015

The support team of Tourism Development Steering Committee in Al Baha region, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, concluded a visit to Abu Dhabi last week. The delegates visited the emirate in cooperation with Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi. Headed by Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Majli, Mayor of Al Baha Region, and Zaher Mohammed Al Shehri, Director of Saudi Commission of Tourism and Antiquities, SCTA, branch in Al Baha, the delegation included high-ranking officials and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi bags brace of tourism accolades

Posted on 10/06/2015

Abu Dhabi's most popular tourist attraction and the destination's growing status as a leading tourism hub have been recognised in two global independent travel surveys. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi city has been ranked by the globe's largest online travel community as the world's fourth most popular landmark attraction. The ranking, which sees the Abu Dhabi landmark lined up alongside a world of ancient wonders and modern marvels including Machu Picchu in Peru, the Taj Mahal in ...  >>MORE

Sharjah to attract 10m tourists by 2021

Posted on 07/06/2015

The Sharjah Tourism Advisory Committee, chaired by Khalid Jasim Al Midfa, Director General of Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA), held its third meeting to discuss the latest developments in the tourism sector in the emirate. The meeting focused on Sharjah Tourism Vision 2021 aim to attract 10 million tourists by 2021, and identified the main pillars that have been activated to achieve this goal. The meeting also highlighted the success achieved by SCTDA during the ...  >>MORE

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Shurooq debuts its latest destinations in London


Abu Dhabi tourism industry heads to World Travel Market in London targeting 20pc increase in UK visitors to emirate


Visitors encouraged to explore Al Ain, City of Beauty


Abu Dhabi Ports welcomes new cruise season with increased number of passengers and upcoming state-of-the-art cruise terminal


Sharjah set to promote tourism landmarks in Russia, Armenia, Georgia and Kazakhstan


UAE occupies prominent place at world tourism map: Nahyan bin Mubarak


Abu Dhabi Police stress keenness on tourism sector


Ras Al Khaimah plans to attract 60,000 European tourists for holiday season


Abu Dhabi courts European visitors in Paris as record numbers of French visitors travel to the emirate


Sharjah Tourism concludes successful promotional tour of key markets in the Commonwealth of Independent States


Abu Dhabi showcased at inaugural Travel Trade Roadshow in South Africa


Geneva continues to pioneer UAE tourism in EU


TCA Abu Dhabi unveils branding and social media integration boost for website listings


Ras al-Khaimah targets Chinese Market at 2015 MeetChina Conference


TCA Abu Dhabi targets Morocco to attract tourism


China Forum 2015 launched in Abu Dhabi


Dubai's holiday homes becoming a significant component of tourism


Abu Dhabi tourism industry heads to Korea and Japan for promotional roadshow


Ras al-Khaimah Tourism Development Authority lays foundations for the future of the emirate


UAE has become a permanent summer tourist destination, says Al Muhairi


Abu Dhabi guest arrivals surge 17% in H1 2015 to almost 2 million


100 brochures in Arabic, English boost Abu Dhabi’s tourist influx


Dubai tourism to go up, says SweetBeam research


Key Chinese Outbound Travel Conference returns to Abu Dhabi


Kenya sees UAE tourist numbers rise over 77%


TCA Abu Dhabi welcomes Croatian delegation, discusses digital content brand development and marketing


Summer tourism booms in Dubai


Abu Dhabi tourism to cross Australia on four city roadshow


Capital gets more visitors after Fast and Furious 7


Egyptian Tourism Authority launches first regional office in Abu Dhabi


Tourist rush expected in UAE for Eid


TCA to capitalise on UNESCO World Heritage sites


Abu Dhabi sees growth from Europe despite euro, TCA says


UK visitors to Dubai to cross 1 million mark


Abu Dhabi’s tourism sector thriving, number of visitors up


TCA Abu Dhabi gets ready to welcome students to seventh edition of Tourism Youth Summer Programme


Sharjah unveils training programme for hotel staff as emirate prepares to attract 10 million tourists by 2021


City Sightseeing Sharjah tours Ajman for first time


TCA Abu Dhabi hosts Al Baha tourism development team


Abu Dhabi bags brace of tourism accolades


Sharjah to attract 10m tourists by 2021