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Oman’s Ministry of Tourism concluded its one-day roadshow in Dubai Oman’s Ministry of Tourism concluded its one-day roadshow in Dubai

Oman’s Ministry of Tourism Concludes Roadshow in Dubai

Oman’s Ministry of Tourism recently concluded its one-day roadshow in Dubai which took place at the H Hotel. The event is part of a series of tours covering neighboring GCC states to promote the Sultanate as an ultimate destination for regional visitors seeking a memorable travel experience.

A delegation from the Sultanate headed by ministry officials consisted of senior representatives from several leading travel and tourism companies and hotel establishments. They attended workshops where they met with local travel and tourism firms and agencies to explore Oman’s hospitality features and famous tourist attractions.

The ministry-organised road shows this year formed part of its core strategy to strengthen its partnership and cooperation with stakeholders. The roadshow also served as an important opportunity to introduce the latest developments, including the opening of new hotels this year, in Oman’s tourism industry. The ministry also took the opportunity to promote Oman as an ideal venue for international conferences as well as the growing incentive tourism segment in the Sultanate.

The state-of-the-art Oman Convention and Exhibition Center, a multi-story concert theater that can accommodate up to 3,200 people on three floors, was recently inaugurated to attract international artists and exhibitors. The centre is equipped with advanced show and simulation systems as well as modern audio systems. With its expansive halls, it is also a fitting venue for world-class orchestras, global meetings and conferences, and large events and trade shows.

“Tourists from Dubai flock to Oman yearly, particularly Salalah, to explore the Sultanate’s beautiful sites and unique heritage and offerings. Our roadshow was also an excellent opportunity to let our tourism partners in the cosmopolitan emirate and the rest of the GCC get acquainted with the unique, world-class tourism experiences that Oman has to offer. Our roadshow was launched to help realize Oman’s goal of attracting 11 million visitors by 2040. As we were able to establish new partnerships with local travel agencies, we are confident of our ability to meet this goal on time as we vow to strengthen Oman’s tourism industry and make the Sultanate globally competitive in today’s modern era,” said, Haitham Al Ghassani assistant Director general of promotion for events & tourism awareness, Oman Ministry of Tourism.