Top Eid travel destinations for UAE residents revealed

Bali, Turkey, the UK and the USA topped the list

UAE residents and expatriates will be travelling to Bali, Turkey, the UK and the USA to celebrate their Eid holidays.
UAE residents and expatriates will be travelling to Bali, Turkey, the UK and the USA to celebrate their Eid holidays.

HotelsCombined, an accommodation comparison platform, revealed that UAE residents and expatriates will be travelling to Bali, Turkey, the UK and the USA to celebrate their Eid holidays, marking the completion of the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Several countries in mainland Europe were also popular with travellers residing in the UAE.

The top destinations identified by HotelsCombined were based on data gathered from travellers who had booked their hotel accommodation as early as April this year to avail the best deals during the upcoming Eid holidays.

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Comprised mainly of families, couples and businesses, guests selected these places based on availability of high-end luxury hotels, range of dining options, leisure attractions, relaxation facilities and frequent flights from the UAE.

HotelsCombined general manager Amer AlHalabi said in a statement: “These destinations offer five-star resorts, secluded villas, boutique resort type, five-star hotels and even budget accommodations catering to a mix of travellers from the UAE, especially families who are travelling. To enhance the appeal of this large travel segment, the accommodation also includes a variety of additional options and packages such as complimentary kid’s meals, extra beds, activities and group transfers.”

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