The Dubai Pass has added 15 more attractions to its offering, including some of the top sites on the Palm Jumeriah. The all-inclusive, pre-paid pass now includes 48 experiences to choose from.
Officially opening to the public next Wednesday, more than four years after ground was broken on the development in 2014, Jewel will offer travellers and visitors unique attractions, extensive shopping and dining experiences, as well as airport and accommodation facilities.
Innovate Living has begun handing over units at the Palme Couture Residences project located on the trunk of Palm Jumeirah in Dubai. The developer expects to have over 14 luxurious residences once the project is complete.
Etihad Airways is inviting travellers flying through Abu Dhabi to enjoy a free stopover in the capital of the UAE, as part of a landmark global promotion.
The Red Sea Development Company, the developer behind one of the world’s most ambitious tourism development projects, has awarded a design and build contract for an onsite landscape nursery that spans over one million square meters.
Twenty students from Cass in London and Dubai visited Nakheel’s headquarters to discover how the developer’s past, present and future projects play a continual key role in realising the emirate’s vision.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has announced the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico as the destination for its 2020 Global Summit. The event is set to take place from April 21st-23rd next year.
As part of a regular series of free shows to promote the new Dubai entertainment district, the Lebanese singer will perform a selection of her hits in an outdoor stage on Friday.
More than 200 members of the UK hospitality industry have gathered at the Tower of London for an event organised by the Israel Tourist Board. The Regal Roadshow offered agents, operators and hoteliers a chance to network in the opulent surroundings of the famous landmark.
Arrivals from the Middle East to Egypt are expected to increase 50 per cent from 1.49 million in 2018 to 2.23 million in 2022, with visitors from Saudi Arabia driving this growth, according to data published ahead of Arabian Travel Market 2019.
The deal was formalised by Virgin Voyages president, Tom McAlpin, and Diana Block-Garcia, vice president of destination, itinerary and revenue at the cruise line, following a meeting with La Habana Cruise Port officials.
Shaving hours off journey times for inbound Asian and European travellers, Qantas’ new twice-weekly 737-800 year-round service between Darwin International Airport and Uluru commenced today.