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UAE To Represent 90% Of Middle East Leisure Tourism Market By 2020

July 28, 2016 Hotel Trends No Comments Print Print Email Email

26159b0b-f8fd-4d99-966a-95547d5974b1The UAE is forecast to make up 90% of the leisure tourism market in the Middle East by 2020, according to research by Team Leisure LLC ahead of The Leisure Show Dubai 2016.

Phil Taylor, Director at Team Leisure LLC, said: “The UAE is just about to take a huge step on to the world leisure stage with some 10 – 15 major leisure attractions due to open in 2016 and many more in the pipeline. This is the next big step in the UAE’s tourism strategy and the single biggest driver of growth in the hotel market for the next 5 years.”

In 2016 alone, four major new theme parks are anticipated to open in the UAE: IMG Worlds of Adventure (August) and Motion Gate, Bollywood and Legoland at Dubai Parks and Resorts (October), all in Dubai, alongside the Louvre Abu Dhabi, safari parks in both Dubai and Al Ain and an exciting range of other leisure projects.

Team Leisure LLC will host a presentation on: “UAE theme park tourism: success factor insights from Gold Coast, Singapore, Orlando” on day two (18th September 2016) of the 4th annual Vision Conference, part of The Leisure Show and co-located The Hotel Show in Dubai.

The Leisure Show is the only supply, knowledge (The Fit Hub) and networking event in the Middle East and Africa dedicated to its growing leisure industry.

Phil Taylor, Director, Team Leisure LLC

Phil Taylor, Director, Team Leisure LLC

Taylor commented: “The Gold Coast in Australia, Singapore, and Orlando in Florida are all successful leisure and tourism stories that are 50 years or more in the making. Yet the stories are quite varied, as is the nature of their success. The individual destinations offer lessons the UAE can benefit from and allow us to evaluate the chances of success of the UAE’s leisure strategy.”

“If the UAE can achieve the same quality and success with its leisure attractions that define all of the tourism initiatives that have got it to where it is today, then there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that it can succeed in the next major step in its tourism strategy. After all, the UAE tourism story is at least 20 years old already, and it has delivered steady and impressive growth to date,” Taylor added.

Register now to attend The Leisure Show, its co-located events The Hotel Show and Piscine Middle East, and the 4thedition of the Vision Conference (17-19th September 2016, Dubai World Trade Centre) for free at: www.theleisureshow.com.

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