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When and how did you get involved in the tourism industry? We started as a small brick and mortar travel shop out of Sharjah and now are a leading online travel agency based in India and the UAE.

National Transformation Program (NTP) has taken on 13 proposals, valued at more than SAR26 billion (USD6.93 billion), as part of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH)'s goal to create an integrated tourism and heritage industry.

Now with 700 events, this year’s summer season by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) has delivered an increase of 30 percent compared to 2015, creating more than 7,000 temporary jobs.

Marriott International has received authorisation from competition authorities in Saudi Arabia and Mexico to proceed with its acquisition of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide in a merger transaction.

Al Faisaliah Hotel Riyadh, owned and operated by Al Khozama Management Company, became the latest member of Ultratravel Collection, a joint venture between Global Hotel Alliance (GHA), Travel Leaders Group and multimedia brand Ultratravel.

Kingdom’s doors have always been open. “Saudi Arabia is our closest neighbour, thereby making Bahrain the perfect weekend destination. And although the Kingdom’s doors have always been open, we believe that everybody should take part

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) recently congratulated the government of Saudi Arabia for adopting tourism as a key sector to help diversify the economy away from oil. David Scowsill, president, WTTC, remarked that the organisation has been emphasising the importance

Deloitte has revealed that the Saudi Tourism Information & Research Centre expects a 43 percent increase in inbound tourist arrivals to Saudi Arabia by 2020.

As part of its Turkish network expansion, flynas launched codeshare flights with budget carrier Pegasus Airlines. The first phase of the deal between the two companies will open up five new destinations for the Saudi airline's customers,

SAUDI ARABIA IS RANKED FIRST IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND 36TH INTERNATIONALLY, IN REGARDS TO THE SIZE OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM INVESTMENTS IN 2015 IN THE WORLD TRAVEL & TOURISM COUNCIL