Tourism evolution in the UAE

Tourism evolution in the UAE

This editorial was written by Nouhad just prior to his passing on March 4, 2022. We will continue to publish the thoughts and insights he produced in future issues.

Nouhad Dammous, editor-in-chief of Hospitality News Middle East, shares his thoughts on how the UAE, a beacon of success, has launched a number of ambitious tourism projects to solidify its reputation as a market leader in the region.

The UAE is an elective monarchy formed by a federation of seven emirates: Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al- Quwain, Ras el Khaimah, Fujairah and Abu Dhabi. Thanks to the wisdom and vision of its Al Nahyan, Al Maktoum and Al Qasimi royal families, the Emirates is continuing its evolution in tourism and business.

The Emirates has released plans to become the world’s most popular travel destination by 2025, adopting ambitious development plans, initiatives and projects that will build on its status as a group of preferred tourism destinations for leisure and business travelers. Furthermore, Emirates Airlines, founded in 1985, and Etihad airlines, established in Abu Dhabi in 2003, are sponsoring many cultural and sport activities.

Here are just some of the places worth visiting:
– Burj Khalifa (Dubai)
– Louvre (Abu Dhabi)
– Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque (Abu Dhabi)
– Trip to the desert dunes
– Museum of Islamic Civilization (Sharjah)
– Ain Dubai
– Al Ain attractions
– RAK tourism
– Expo 2020
– Formula 1 (Abu Dhabi)

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