Riyadh, More than sixty Saudi public and private institutions related to tourism sector will exhibit in the 26th session of Arabian travel Market to be opened in Dubai, UAE on April 28 at World Trade Centre.
The market includes two major activities for the Saudi Exhibitors, the Mega tourism projects and the Saudi Seasons 2019 Initiative. The Mega projects to be showcased in the event are those announced by the Saudi government recently including NEOM, a smart and new way of living city, Amaala, an uber-luxury destination on the north, western coast of Saudi Arabia with all-new concept for ultra-luxury tourism, The Red Sea Project, an exquisite resort destination established across a lagoon of 50 untouched natural islands, THE DIRIYAH GATE, which celebrates the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia historical footprint, in addition to General Authority of Civil Aviation and King Abdullah Economic City.
Saudi Season 2019, is an initiative to utilize the vast expanse of lands that vary between plains, mountains, deserts and the sea and add to Saudi Arabia a unique climatic diversity with 11 tourism seasons covering the whole of the Kingdoms' regions with all their natural and heritage aspects as well as investment opportunities.
The Saudi participation to be organized by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) aims at introducing the development made to the tourism sector with the support of the Kingdom's leadership and its comprehensive vision to enhance this important industry for the diversity of the resources.
According to SCTH, the Saudi participation also includes benefiting from advanced international expertise in the tourist sector and considers applying the distinguished practices that meet and suit the standards of the Saudi market.
The annual Arabian Travel Market exhibition is considered one of the most important specialized gatherings in the tourism sector through the intensive presence in its events and following up of new developments through having 90 countries from across the world and more than 40,000 visitors.
Source: Saudi Press Agency