Family Week Abu Dhabi set to contribute to leisure tourism

According to Nirvana Travels, the event boosted domestic tourism for families in the UAE

Omar Al Ali, executive director of Nirvana Travel and Tourism
Omar Al Ali, executive director of Nirvana Travel and Tourism

Family Week Abu Dhabi, organised by the Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi from 19 to 28 September 2019, will contribute to the revitalisation of family and leisure tourism in the Capital, Nirvana Travels and Tourism’s executive director, Omar Al Ali said.

"Such events are perfect for all members of the family and give great impetus to domestic tourism since it attracts visitors from different cities of the UAE as well," said Omar Al Ali.

The MILSET Expo-Sciences International 2019, from September 24 to 26, 2019 which will be held at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre will feature more than 500 young adults from the UAE and 2000 people from 68 other countries.

They will participate in the scientific and technological programmes aimed at encouraging and aspiring young scientists into creativity and innovation.

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