Dubai Ranks Among World’s Most Open Cities For Business And Tourism In The Post-Pandemic World

by Deeplata Garde
Dubai Ranks Among World’s Most Open Cities For Business And Tourism In The Post-Pandemic World

Unlike other countries, Dubai never completely shut down during the pandemic. Thus, the city faced less economic loss compared to other countries. And by the economic loss, we mean in the Dubai business and tourism world. It continued to welcome tourists and expats, and, recorded itself as being the busiest airport in the world during the COVID era.

Global Travelers In Dubai Increased The Tourism Economy

The first full-capacity event since the pandemic, the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2022,  completed last week. It had over 23,000 people from around the world. The four-day event attracted 1,500 exhibitors and participants from 150 nations. Dubai’s rising image was quite visible as the world’s most open city post-pandemic.

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Between January and March 2022, Dubai received nearly four million foreign overnight guests. A staggering 214 per cent increase was evident over the previous year, cementing its status as the world’s top tourist destination. In the first quarter of 2022, the city also had the highest hotel occupancy rate in the world, at 82 percent.

Dubai Is Listed To Be A Top Venue For Business-Related Travel

Dubai positioned itself as the world’s premier meetings, incentives, conference, and exhibitions (MICE) destination in 2021. A staging number of events took place in Dubai, putting it at the forefront of global discussions about important industry revivals. According to the Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism, the city has secured 120 events. They brought together 70,000 opinion leaders, government officials, and industry professionals.

Expo 2020 Dubai, the largest World Expo in history, brought 192 countries together. It was a long event to celebrate culture, innovation, and science under the theme “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future.” Over 24 million residents and international visitors visited the six-month huge global event.

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