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Tourism Industry in Dubai

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Dubai is expected to become the third most-visited city in the world by surpassing Paris this year. Dubai is the fourth most-visited city after Bangkok, London, and Paris.

Current Growth Drivers

  • Customized Marketing Promotions
  • Campaigns with Celebrity Ambassadors
  • Digital and Multi-Media Marketing Campaigns Future Growth Drivers
  • Transit passengers exempted from entry fees for 48 hours
  • Future Visa Regulations
  • Exempting dependents aged 18 years or below from Visa Fees
  • The rising popularity of the Cruise Industry in Dubai

The mega tourism projects, large scale amusement parks, pristine beaches, Dubai has it all.

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