Gulf Air will resume its direct Abu Dhabi and Dubai flights, with scheduled operations starting from July 5th. The national carrier of the kingdom of Bahrain has been operating direct flights between the country and the United Arab Emirates since 1954.
Dubai has unveiled plans to reopen its borders to tourists from July 7th. The city hopes to welcome travellers from around the world while guaranteeing their safety under the guidance of the World Health Organisation.
Located on Palm Jumeirah, W Dubai – the Palm has been an immensely popular summer destination since it first opened – boasting a range of food and beverage venues and outdoor activities.
The Dubai Corporation for Tourism & Commerce Marketing has teamed up with the popular multimedia messaging application Snapchat.
In line with a recent world-wide initiative from the company, Hilton CleanStay, Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah will deliver the greatest standards of cleanliness to ensure guests receive a spectacular and safe visit.
Dubai has confirmed it will allow foreign visitors to enter from July 7th. Travellers with residency visas will be able to enter from today, in what is seen as a further easing of the coronavirus lockdown.
Set against the mesmerising tranquillity of the Ambassador Lagoon at Atlantis, the Palm, Underwater Yoga in the Lost Chambers Aquarium is now available again.
Dukes the Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel has received a recognition from Dubai police headquarters on for maintaining the highest levels of hygiene and safety amid the Covid-19 global pandemic.
Nakheel Mall is hosting a Ripe Retail Pop-Up every weekend from now until October 24th. The event brings together up to 20 home-grown small businesses for a boutique market on Palm Jumeirah.
Nakheel Malls has launched Thank Our Local Heroes – a campaign to recognise the work, dedication and commitment of Dubai Health Authority and Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services staff with gift cards, retailer discounts and more.
Visitors over 60-years-of-age are now welcome at the Pointe on the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai. Guests of a certain age had previously been advised to stay away to mitigate the risks of contracting Covid-19.