Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) today revealed signs of progress within the tourism sector as the emirate prepares to gradually open up to international travel. It has decided to open tourism and is ready to receive tourists. As per the Department of culture and Tourism Abu Dhabi, hotel occupancy rates in the capital “have risen by 3 per cent year-on-year since July 1, which is expected to rise further in the near future.
The administration has likewise offered scope of plans, including up to 20 per cent rental discounts for eateries, the travel industry and amusement offices, and a suspension of the travel industry and region charges for part players for 2020. Lodgings in Abu Dhabi have begun opening in the wake of sticking to rules set out recently following a broad time of disinfection. “As Abu Dhabi carefully moves towards opening its fringes to guests, the travel industry part is seeing solid coordinated efforts across both open and private divisions to plan for the reviving of well-known attractions and historical centres in the emirate,” the DCT-Abu Dhabi included.
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The UAE government has gotten worldwide commendation for its reaction in containing the Covid-19 pandemic, just as for how it has proactively dealt with its social and monetary effect. “The nearby government in Abu Dhabi, thusly, has tenaciously expanded testing for Covid-19, and actualized severe measures,” the authority said. These measures have brought about cases plunging to under 1 per cent in Abu Dhabi City.
“DCT-Abu Dhabi has additionally been working intently over the past period with industry accomplices and partners to acquaint various activities with help lodgings and social attractions in reviving,” the authority said. “The Go Safe accreditation program is among the activities turned out to support purchaser certainty and the travel industry division inside Abu Dhabi.”
Now, not just Abu Dhabi, several other countries are also planning to open its doors for some domestic as well as foreign tourists. The Philippines is also planning to open foreign tourists from August, which is somehow a good thing as it depicts the rejuvenating situation.
Source: Khaleej Times, PTI