Yas Island’s Destination Management team showcased its offering to more than 29,500 visitors from 160 countries at the French Travel Market (IFTM Top Resa), a leading local business-to-business travel and tourism trade event, in Paris rece
Diyar Al Muharraq, a Bahrain-based urban developer, is set to showcase its master-planned island city at a key regional property exhibition next week.
The company said through its participation in Cityscape Global 2014 from September 21
Top UAE tour and cruise excursion operators and destination management companies went on a two-day fact-finding visit to Sir Bani Yas Island, a former private nature reserve of Abu Dhabi’s ruling family in the emirate’s Wester Region
Dubai-based master developer Nakheel has signed design and engineering contracts worth Dh46 million ($12.5 million) for two major developments in its project pipeline: Deira Islands Mall and Palm West Beach.
Studies will be carried out to find ways to stabilise an undeveloped island off the coast of Muharraq that disappears during high tides.
European experts will be called in to assess Halab Island as part o
A hotel on Bahrain's Hawar Islands will once again start accepting guests next week after being refurbished as part of a multi-million redevelopment of the tourist destination, which will include the addition of a seaplane service.
Best Choice Real Estate Development, a newly established Saudi Arabian real estate investment and development firm based in Riyadh, said it is developing $100 million Vadinolhu Island located in Laamu Atoll in the Maldives as a premier resort.
UAE-based hospitality company JA Resorts & Hotels is set to open its first international property on December 20 in Seychelles.
The five-star Enchanted Island Resort, a 10-villa luxury beach property is set in five acres of na
Sharjah Media Centre (SMC) unveiled the new Al Majaz Island project, which will be the official venue of the Sharjah Capital of Islamic Culture 2014 celebrations.
The project will be built at a cost Dh140 million ($38.1 million),
Dubai developer Nakheel will restart work on part of one of the three palm-shaped islands that came to symbolise the excesses of the emirate's boom years, the company chairman said, in a sign Dubai is bouncing back from its financial crisis.