Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) kicked off the new cruise season welcoming the MS Rotterdam, a medium-sized cruise ship which can accommodate 1,400 passengers and 600 crew members.
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More than 32,000 kilos of shrimp were caught yesterday (July 16) morning as Bahrain lifted a seasonal ban on shrimping.
It was double the anticipated catch of the popular crustacean, considered a local delicacy
The last cruise ship of the 2013/2014 season has sailed from Zayed Port, Abu Dhabi. The MV Europa 2 left the port accompanied by an ADPC Marine Services tugboat which put on an impressive water display for the ship’s passengers to mark the
OSN’s new programming season will feature 70 exclusive movies every month, five new series and 13 new seasons, starting this September.
The new programming, coupled with a re-launch of OSN’s on-air branding, will inclu
Bahrain is expecting more than 70,000 tourists as five major cruise ships will dock here this season. The first group of more than 2,500 visitors arrived in the country yesterday.
Tourists yesterday gave Bahrain the thumbs up as t
Yas Marina Circuit, the home of the annual Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix located on Yas Island, is getting ready for its biggest and busiest 2012/2013 season, said a top official.
“The launch of the 2012/2013
Abu Dhabi remains right on track to attain its 2012 hotel guest target of 2.3 million with recent official data showing a 15 per cent jump in guest arrivals in the first eight months of the year compared to last year, said a top official.
Abu Dhabi has witnessed a 11 per cent growth in the number of hotel guests during the first seven months and is well-placed to meet its annual target of 2.3 million, according to a senior tourism official.
The number of hotel guests in
Jumeirah Group, the Dubai-based luxury hospitality company and a member of Dubai Holding, said all its hotels witnessed record growth during the festive season (from December 20, 2011 to January 10 this year).
Releasing the resul