On the 20th October, Dubai – Based Albayan, wrote :
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In its September-October issue,Pan Arab Traveller magazine, wrote:
In its January issue , Oman- Based Usrat Alyoum, wrote :
Dubai Shopping Festival Increasingly Up-Market
Region’s Shoppers Drawn to World’s Latest Attractions, Five-Star Hotel Properties, Gastronomic Excellence, and Luxury Brands Found at City’s
Gulf visitors to Dubai Shopping Festival are increasingly-affluent and in search of a compelling combination of high-end experiences that differentiate one premier destination from another, says a global destination promotion expert.
Singapore Tourism Board – Singapore’s Chinese New Year Celebrations Come Alive for Visitors from the GulfBy admin Friday, December 16th, 2011
Singapore’s Chinese New Year Celebrations Come Alive for Visitors from the Gulf
Regional Travellers Prepare for ‘Year of the Dragon’ Festivities in Vibrant, Multi-cultural Singapore
Singapore’s thrilling Chinese New Year Celebrations are expected to bring together even more visitors from the Gulf through contemporary and traditional festivities that will see the city’s streets bursting with events and activities in 2012 – the Chinese Lunar Year of the Dragon.
‘New’ Singapore Continues to Impress Gulf Visitors
Luxury Shopping and Entertainment Support Increased Regional Airlift
Singapore’s tourism sector continues to grow from strength to strength with a 5% increase in its year-on-year Middle East-based visitor arrival numbers for the first half of the year drawn by the burgeoning range of premier attractions, hotels and tourist amenities.
Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa Unveils Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium
Singapore-bound Gulf travelers wanting to learn tales of sea adventurers, as well as the history behind the growth of sea trade between Asia and the Middle East, will be treated to a world-class edutainment experience when the Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium (MEMA) opens at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) on 15 October 2011.
Singapore Consolidates its Reputation as a ‘City in a Garden’
2011 is seeing Singapore consolidate its reputation as a ‘City in a Garden’ with construction moving apace on the first phase of Gardens by the Bay – a unique green urban planning phenomenon in the heart of downtown Singapore – and the presentation of world-class floricultural events, such as the World Orchid Conference.