The Kuwaiti pavilion at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2016, which kicked off earlier in the day, is "distinguished" and reflects a civilized image of the country, said Kuwait Consul General in Dubai and UAE's Northern Emirates Theyab Al-Rashidi.
Al-Rashidi made the statement on Monday while visiting the pavilion, adding that it highlights Kuwait's tourist aspects, cultural heritage and the latest developments of hotels and resorts.
He sees the market as a chance for attracting visitors to brief them on Kuwait's cultural and tourist destinations. He lauded the developed level of the event, noting that Dubai brought together those who are interested in tourism sector globally under one roof to help them share expertise and ideas on this sector. He thanked all Kuwaitis tasked with designing and organizing the pavilion.
Kuwait National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters and the tourism sector at the Ministry of Information are representing Kuwait at the exhibition. The pavilion at the exhibition showcases a number of hotels, owned by Kuwaitis, travel and tourism companies as well as individuals with some handicraft vocations.
The annual business-to-business (B2B) exhibition showcases over 2,800 products and destinations from around the world to over 26,000 buyers and travel trade visitors across 4 days at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC).