Emirates Attractions & Amenities

Though the United Arab Emirates are a major oil producing country, the Emirati government has a clear vision to diversify its economy and balance its dependency on different sectors. The tourism industry has established itself as a major amplifier of economic divergence. It has been projected that the travel and tourism industry will contribute about 280.6 billion United Arab Emirati dirham to the UAE’s GDP by 2028. Things to do in Emirates

The Inbound tourism expenditure in the UAE for 2019 accounted for 118.6 percent share of the outbound tourism expenditure.

The United Arab Emirates has already established itself as the leading tourist destination in the Middle Eastern region with over 20 million international tourist arrivals in 2017.

When you think of the United Arab Emirates, only two things come to mind – Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest skyscraper in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and the racing grounds of Formula-1. But the coastal country offers more than these two luxurious destinations.

It’s also home to the gold and silver marketplace named Blue Souk in Sharjah, the white sand beaches of Fujairah, the ancient ruins of Dhayah Fort in Ras al Khaimah, the restored 18th-century fort turned Ajman Museum in Ajman, and Umm Al-Quwain’s adventure-packed Dreamland Aqua Park. Discover the rest of what this country has in store for visitors on your next vacation!

The United Arab Emirates has already established itself as the leading tourist destination in the Middle Eastern region with over 20 million international tourist arrivals in 2017.

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