The Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel (AFOCH) in Abu Dhabi, UAE, is looking to reinforce its market presence and establish relationships with key regional and international tourism industry players at the forthcoming Arabian Travel Market (
Ajman Tourism Development Department (ATDD) and Emirates Green Building Council (EGBC) recently discussed ways to enhance green practices in tourism establishments in the UAE emirate.
EGBC, formed in 2006, works towards advancing green
Hospitality Management Holdings (HMH), a fully-integrated hotel management company, is targeting the Chinese tourist market by participating in key trade events such as China Outbound Travel & Tourism Market (COTTTM) as well as organising a
Hotel rooms are at a premium this weekend as Bahrain's tourism industry cashes in on the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.
Some of the country's top hotels are fully booked for the event, which gets underway today and ends on S
The Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel (AFOCH), Abu Dhabi, has embarked upon a week-long tourism road show in China, stopping over two main cities to draw a larger pool of Chinese tourists expected to visit Abu Dhabi this year.
Arabian Travel Market (ATM), the region’s leading travel industry showcase, will focus on family travel as a key area of opportunity for the industry, both in the region and globally, at the premier event next month.
Dubai will host the 10th World Health Tourism Congress in September this year, offering a global platform to discuss various issues and trends about the health tourism industry.
Held from September 5 to 7, the congress is expected to be
CrescentRating and HalalTrip, leading authorities on Halal tourism, will launch new products at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai next month.
The two companies will introduce a number of new products over the course of the
Low-cost carriers flying to Russia are vital to the recovery of the country's tourism business and can expect to see a 13 per cent annual increase in the number of Russian passengers over the next four years, a recent study showed.
Lebanon’s tourism industry is showing early signs of improvement in 2015, as visitors from the Gulf countries have been registering a strong increase with double-digit growth from Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE as well as Egypt and Iran.