Tourists fly from India; New revival in the UAE tourism sector

Tourists fly from India; New revival in the UAE tourism sector
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DUBAI: In the first quarter this year, Dubai’s tourism sector saw a rebound. Dr. Ahmed Balhaul Al Falasi is the UAE Minister of Entrepreneurship and Chairman the Tourism Council. He stated that the UAE has made a significant leap forward in the first month of this year. The majority of tourists are from India. This is followed closely by Saudi Arabia, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States. There was an increase in hotel room rents and revenue earlier this year.

This is a 20% increase on the same period last years. 1100 crore for the first quarter. The 80% occupancy rate in hotels is an unprecedented high. This demonstrates the UAE’s excellence in this field as well as in international affairs, according to the Minister. According to statistics, 6 million people visited the country in the first quarter. They stayed 2.5 billion nights. This represents a 10% increase over last year. A longer stay in hotels. This growth rate can reach 25%. This is a significant increase over previous years when you only stayed three to four nights.

Nearly two lakh hotels rooms are fully furnished. The domestic tourism growth for the first quarter of 2019 is expected to be higher than in the previous two years. Expo 2020 has been the event that attracted the largest number of tourists in recent years. There were 2.4 million people who attended. The World’s Coolest Winter project was later a hit with the locals. This project generated Dh150 million in revenue. The site has been visited by more than 13 lakh tourists.

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