Abu Dhabi is the capital and the second most populous city of the United Arab Emirates and also capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the largest of the UAE’s seven emirates. The city of Abu Dhabi has an estimated population of about 1.8 million. It is 183th out of 439 most costliest cities of the world. So it seems that living cost in Abu Dhabi is quite much. We are discussing the costs of living in Abu Dhabi in our article.
Nikki Beach Dubai Restaurant & Beach Club has recently hosted its most anticipated event of the year, the signature White Party this Saturday, November 3, 2018. The future – themed celebration awed guests during the entire day with an amazing line-up of resident Nikki Beach DJs along musicians, dancers, special surprise guests, and live shows.
The industry will employ 5.6 million worldwide and have a projected tax impact of $24 billion by the end of the decade, according to the ‘Global Economic Impact of Muslim Tourism and Future Growth Projection: 2017-2020’ report
Region’s outbound spend to rocket to $72 billion, or 59% of the world’s total, while inbound spend will reach $36.8 billion, with KSA and UAE dominating, according to ‘Global Economic Impact of Muslim Tourism and Future Growth Projection: 2017-2020’ report
We recently caught up with Traveltek’s Senior Vice President of Sales for the Americas, Frances Riley, to discuss his views on the importance of technology in the travel industry and the tech trends he believes travel professionals need to follow to stay ahead of the game. Three months into his role, here’s what Francis had to say…
Travel tech specialist enhances cruise tech to help trade meet robust demand
Travel Counsellors UAE has launched a new ‘route to entry’ for industry professionals looking to establish their own home-based travel business.
Travel agency network’s Dubai operation identifies halal tourism and accessible travel as key growth markets while destination hot spots include Azerbaijan and Sri Lanka
Following the recent launch of the UAE Passport Force initiative which is designated to aid the UAE passport to become a part of the top class important passports in the world, the 2017 Global Passport Power Rank reveals UAE to be the first important passport in the Arab region and 22nd in the world. Although the long-term goal is to fall within the five most powerful passports, this new achievement is contributing immensely to the region’s 2021 Vision.
Economic development targeted at one sector of a country’s economy is a risky play; so as investments into the weak sector of an existing economy. For all developed and super economic countries, there is a multi-focused sector that generates revenue; and for all top billionaires, there is a variety of investments in different sectors. The United Arab Emirates is known to be an oil-fuelled economy, however, there are other sectors that are boosting the economic performance of UAE – Travel, Hospitality, and Tourism. UAE keeps pushing for new developments that strengthen their tourism sector to positively impact the emirates Gross Domestic Production. Investors must target these sectors of the UAE.