A 9,000 square foot villa on the Palm Jumeirah was the most expensive unit sold in Dubai in the first-quarter of 2019, fetching Dh51 million.
The plans submitted to Belfast City Council propose the development of a state-of-the-art aquarium attraction to be located on the Queen’s Road opposite the Titanic Hotel, a short distance from Titanic Belfast.
The Israel ministry of tourism and the Israel Land Authority have announced the winners of two tenders for the construction of four new hotels, which will add approximately 1,000 new rooms to the Dead Sea area.
The number of Chinese tourists travelling to the GCC is expected to increase 54 per cent to 2.2 million by 2023, according to data published ahead of Arabian Travel Market 2020.
Qatar Airways has announced the launch of double-daily flights from Edinburgh, Scotland, in the new year; an increase from ten to 14 flights per week.
The Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing has announced the launch of dedicated QR code plaques at 54 popular locations across the emirate.
The flight was greeted upon landing by vice president of Botswana, Slumber Tsogwane, and the minister of transport and communications, Thulagano Segokgo.
Opening its doors at Nakheel Mall located on Palm Jumeirah, the word ‘depachika’ is a combination of the Japanese word ‘depa’ – meaning department store – with the Japanese word ‘chika’ - meaning basement.
Chinese-born Rui Guo, who has lived in Dubai for 15 years, won the car as part of Nakheel Mall’s AED1 million opening promotion.