The Saudi Tourism Authority participated in the Arab Travel Market exhibition at the Dubai World Trade Center, which started on Sunday and finishes today, 19 May.
The Saudi Tourism Authority pavilion provides glimpses of landmarks and tourist experiences across the most beautiful resorts in the Red Sea and historical areas in Al-Hajar and Dir’iyah.
It also sheds light on the natural, climatic, cultural and social diversity, with many brands and partners in the tourism industry in the Kingdom.
Arab Travel Market Exhibition
The Arab Travel Market exhibition, held at the Dubai World Trade Center, is the most prominent global event in the Travel & Tourism sector in the Middle East.
The fair is an opportunity to meet with players in the tourism industry in the Middle East and the world, including companies, interested parties, investors, and potential partners.
This year’s exhibition is being held under the slogan A new dawn for the travel and tourism sector, with the participation of the Saudi Tourism Authority in forums and dialogue sessions with several experts and leaders.
They have been discussing vital issues, such as the hospitality sector’s challenges, aviation, and technology employment. Not less important, the talks about recovering from the repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic, the future of the tourism sector, and the stages of restoring confidence and restarting again.
Fahd Hamid al-Din, CEO of the Saudi Tourism Authority, confirmed the entity’s keenness to have a strong presence within the sector and the Kingdom’s readiness to open its doors and welcome tourists again.
“We have never stopped working on developing offers and experiences for tourists from inside and outside the Kingdom, whether at the regional or global level,” he said.
“Through our presence in this forum, we are keen to inspire the world with the Kingdom’s tourism treasures and natural, climatic, cultural and social diversity, in addition to our endeavour to build close and high-level partnerships that enrich the national tourism system,” he concluded.