Middle East governments should consider easing restrictions on travelling between states to boost the region’s tourism industry and support the fast-developing yachting and cruise market, said Mohammed Hussein Al Shaali, chairman of the UA
Bahrain's luxury hotels are forecasting an increase in Ramadan tourism this year.
There is expected to be a five per cent rise in the number of visitors to five-star hotels during the holy month compared with last year –
Plans are underway to turn the area around Bahrain Fort into a major tourist destination.
Homes vacated by 64 families in December could be turned into seafood restaurants, souvenir shops, fishing supply stores, cafés and a
Salalah is expecting a large number of visitors this year as its new airport has opened just in time for Khareef – the region’s busiest tourist season.
Oman’s new Salalah Airport, which commenced operations on Ju
The UAE is likely to see visitor numbers increase to 45 million by 2021 as the country moves towards becoming a world-class leisure and entertainment (L&E) destination, said a report.
International tourists would account for 3
A new authority that deals with exhibitions and tourism was yesterday (June 29) established in Bahrain.
The Cabinet formed the new Bahrain Authority for Tourism and Exhibitions to replace the Bahrain Authority for Conferences and
Omani government and developer Omagine are expected to sign a usufruct agreement on the $2.5-billion Omagine Project on July 1, paving the way for the development of Oman’s latest waterfront tourism project, a report said.
Ireland is on course to attract more tourists this year than ever before, the country's tourism minister said, as the European Union's fastest-growing economy reaps the benefit of a weakening euro.
Older industries like to
The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) has partnered with key ministries to diversify and fully develop agri-tourism in the kingdom, according to a report.
It includes the Ministries Ministries of Interior, Munici
The GCC construction industry foresees growth for the next three years, encouraged by factors such as favourable macroeconomics, positive demographics, and rising tourism activities, said an industry expert.
“Higher budget a