Along with the various government initiatives, hoteliers, travel agents and industry stakeholders are also seeking to capitalise on what international competition will bring, and are planning to adapt to catch the eye of sports aficionados.
Qatar is going to great lengths to not only diversify its economy, but its tourism industry too.
IN PREPARATION FOR THE 2022 FIFA WORLD CUP, QATAR IS PULLING OUT ALL THE STOPS TO ENSURE THE EVENT IS NOT JUST A SUCCESS, BUT THAT IT IS PLACED FIRMLY ON THE INTERNATIONAL TOURISM MAP FOR YEARS TO COME.
VIKRAM JAMWAL has joined City Centre Rotana, Doha, as resident manager, following his success as the hotel’s executive assistant manager.
TARIQ ALMUTAWA has been promoted to country manager for Qatar by Emirates. Almutawa joined the Dubai-based airline in 2012 as commercial manager.
FOR THE SECOND YEAR RUNNING, SINGAPORE HAS BEEN RANKED AS THE NUMBER ONE NON-ORGANISATION OF ISLAMIC COOPERATION DESTINATIONS IN THE WORLD IN THE MASTERCARD-CRESCENTRATING GLOBAL
In order to keep the increasing number of visitors engaged and entertained and convince transit passengers to spend some time in the country before continuing their journeys,
The launch of Hamad International Airport (HIA) in April 2014 already marked a major milestone in the country’s present and future aspirations. The USD15.5 billion airfield, hailed as one of the most advanced worldwide,
ONE OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST PORT DEVELOPMENTS, CUTTING-EDGE SPORT VENUES, NEW ATTRACTIONS FOR ART ENTHUSIASTS AND AN ADVANCED ROAD AND
WITH MORE THAN 20 HOTELS IN OPERATION ON FOUR CONTINENTS, LANGHAM HOSPITALITY GROUP HAS ALREADY ESTABLISHED A STRONG GLOBAL PRESENCE,