Dubai Tourism authorities gave a grand welcome to Ovation of the Seas, the third Quantum-class ship of Royal Caribbean International, when it dropped anchor at the Dubai Cruise Terminal 3 during its Global Odyssey cruise.
UAE-based Alpha Destination Management said it is embarking on the next phase of its game-changing growth by launching a five-year development plan that will significantly contribute towards achieving the goals of Dubai Tourism Vision and Expo 2
An online campaign launched by a Spanish travel agency has made Dubai a 138 per cent more popular –in terms of sales growth– as a travel destination between August and December 2014 than it was in 2013, a top official of the company
Top ranking officials from Dubai's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) are in Cape Town, South Africa, to boost awareness of the emirate’s destination offer in the African market during the inaugural World Travel Market
Dubai's tourism and travel sector is likely to see a dramatic rise in foreign investment in 2014, at a time when the country is becoming a leading global tourism hub powered by the Expo 2020 win, said an expert.
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Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) will host 74 participants from the emirate at an upcoming tourism fair in Moscow.
The Moscow Tourism Fair Leisure 2012 is set to be held at the International Exhibition C
The Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) held a round of meetings recently with representatives of Dubai’s tourism sector to examine ways to further boost tourist inflow to Dubai.
The meetings with DTCM’s overseas offi
A host of milestone events, development of iconic projects, diversification into new tourism segments are likely to bring growth to the Dubai tourism and hospitality sector next year, according to a report.
Hotels in Dubai can look forward
Dubai hopes to increase tourist arrivals into the emirate to 15 million by 2015, but to achieve this, it needs to tap the mass market in addition to the luxury segment, said a report.
In the first quarter of 2008, tourist arrivals touched