Tourists visiting Abu Dhabi, Dubai, RAK Grow by 9.9 Percent Throughout H1, 2017

The amount of tourists of different nationalities visiting Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Ras al-Khaimah increased by 9.9 percent throughout the first half of the current year when compared with the identical period in 2016, representing the appeal of those 3 emirates to international tourists.

Throughout the initial six months of this present calendar year, the normal amount of stay per visitor increased by five per cent while the hotel occupancy rate rose by 1 per cent, according to figures by the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates, which tracks the actions of the nation's various financial sectors.

The amount of foreign tourists from the significant markets witnessed substantial increase and the amount of Russian tourists visiting Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Ras al-Khaimah climbed during the first half of the present year while the amount of tourists from China, India and the Philippines also increased.

The amount of visiting British vacationers also registered a rise, despite the increasing market value of this Dirham from the Pound.

The amount of tourists in the emirate of Dubai increased by 10.9 percent throughout the first half of this present calendar year, whereas Abu Dhabi and Ras al-Khaimah listed a 7.2 percent and 6.5 percent increase, respectively.

There was also a rise of approximately 54.7 percentage Chinese tourists who normally represent more than five percent of their entire amount of tourists from the emirate.

Indian and Jordanian tourists rose by eight per cent and 2.6 percent, respectively.

Ras al-Khaimah saw an 83.7 percent growth in visitors from Russia, 223.2 percent in Poland, 80 percent in China, 20.8 percent in the united kingdom, 21.7 percent in India, 20 percent in the USA and 16.2 percent in Kazakhstanpercent during the first half of this year.