FOLLOWING A COUPLE OF CHALLENGING YEARS, TUNISIA IS LOOKING TO DIVERSIFY ITS SELECTION BY DEVELOPING ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF TOURISM, CAPITALISING ON A RENEWED SENSE OF STABILITY.

WITH THE KUWAITI GOVERNMENT PLANNING TO INVEST USD1 BILLION INTO DEVELOPING TOURISM, THE COUNTRY IS ON THE VERGE OF A TRANSFORMATION.

WITH ITS LATEST INFRASTRUCTURE AND HOSPITALITY DEVELOPMENTS, OMAN APPEARS ON THE RIGHT TRACK TO DRIVE IN MORE ATTENTION OF BUSINESS TRAVELLERS AND MICE PLANNERS.

IN THE ERA WHEN AUTHENTIC DESTINATION EXPERIENCES TOP TRAVELLERS’ WISH LISTS, BAHRAIN APPEARS TO HAVE IDENTIFIED THE GAPS IN FULFILLING SUCH DEMAND.

WITH ITS ABILITY TO MAINTAIN AUTHENTIC CHARACTER WHILE INVESTING IN MODERN FACILITIES, OMAN BOASTS AN ARRAY OF INCENTIVES FOR BUSINESS TRAVELLERS.

AS QATAR AIMS TO DIVERSIFY ITS SOURCE MARKETS, THOMAS FEHLBIER, AREA GENERAL MANAGER, QATAR, BANANA ISLAND RESORT DOHA BY ANANTARA, REVEALS HOW ITS LUXURY OFFERING ATTRACTS GUESTS FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE GLOBE.