The event will host more than 90 high-profile speakers from companies paving the way in Saudi Arabia’s hospitality investment industry.
The move comes in a bid to support the UAE’s tourism economy, and affirm the country’s position as a global tourist destination.
The project is the first and largest yachting community hub in the Middle East with 1,100 berths, scheduled to open October 2020.
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will be formed via a joint venture, and operations are expected to launch in the second half of 2020.
From 24 October to 8 November 2019, you can catch all-time favorite movies at the pop-up cinema every time you spend AED 30 at Kite Beach.
UAE tourists have always been major contributors to the tourism cycles and performance in Lebanon, whether in terms of hotel occupancy, or in terms of shopping, due to their high expenditure power.
For investors, the innovative technological infrastructure offers the opportunity to fill the market gap for short-term rentals and helps them capitalise on an emerging business model.
Six Flags Qiddiya will cover 32 hectares (79 acres) and feature 28 rides and attractions across the six lands: The City of Thrills, Discovery Springs, Steam Town, Twilight Gardens, Valley of Fortune and Grand Exposition.
Significant funds from – Ghadan 21 – were allocated to the tourism sector, with DCT Abu Dhabi launching a USD 163 million ‘mega events fund’.