WORLD CUP 2022 WILL OFFER TENT ACCOMMODATION FOR FANS

Gregory Dolgos -
The organizers of the 2022 football World Cup in Qatar are exploring the possibility of accommodating football fans in tents in desert areas near stadiums and on cruise ships with a view to showcase t...

QATAR’ TOURISM AFFECTED BY POLITICAL CRISIS

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
The diplomatic crisis faced by Qatar since last year is increasingly affecting the tourism industry. The country, future host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, has reported an 18% decrease in arrivals from ...

TOURISM MALAYSIA PLANS TO ATTRACT 36M TOURISTS BY 2020

Gary Diskin -
Tourism Malaysia, the country’s tourism board, announced their plan to increase the number of visitors to the country. The goal is a very ambitious one – reaching 36 million tourists by 2020. ...

HALAL TOURISM GETTING STRONGER THAN EVER

Tomas Haupt -
In 2007, Euromonitor International reported that halal tourism had a great potential and was likely to boom in the coming years. The estimate was right. Since then, the number of Muslim travelers arou...

SAUDI ARABIA TOURISM TO OPEN UP TO MORE VISITORS

Laura Maudlin -
The falling oil prices force Saudi Arabia to change its direction. As a new source of income, the previously not very tourism-friendly country wants to tap into travel business. Saudi Arabia tourism i...
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