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WITH UNCANNY SIMILARITIES IN CULTURE AND TRADITIONS – YET ALL WITH A EUROPEAN FLAIR – TURKEY HAS LONG BEEN A FAVOURED DESTINATION AMONG MIDDLE EASTERN TRAVELLERS,

Cultural associations between the country and the Middle East have long been observed, creating a pathway for industry stakeholders to claim a slice of the pie. “[...] The cultural similarities between Turkey and the Middle East create a huge set of common notions.

RISING GOVERNMENT LEVIES, POLITICAL INSTABILITY, NEGATIVE PUBLICITY AND GLOBAL UPHEAVAL; THIS IS THE ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH GREEK HOTELIERS ARE SETTING A BENCHMARK WITH THEIR RESILIENCE AND ADAPTABILITY.

HAILED AS THE QUIETEST EMIRATE, UMM AL QUWAIN IS SEEING INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS DESIGNED TO MAKE LIFE MORE COMFORTABLE FOR ITS RESIDENTS, BUT ALSO TO PUSH IT INTO THE GLOBAL SPOTLIGHT.

Although Kasch believes that the slump in CIS arrivals is a temporary phenomenon and expects the segment’s return in the coming months, he also maintains the view that events, the launch of new projects and

SOME 10 MILLION VISITORS ARE EXPECTED TO MAKE THEIR WAY TO SHARJAH BY 2021, UP FROM JUST TWO MILLION IN 2014, AS THE EMIRATE CONTINUES TO CONSOLIDATE ITS POSITION ON THE WORLD TOURISM MAP.