Yas Island Abu Dhabi witnesses rise in tourists from European markets

In 2020, Yas Island will unveil Yas Bay, Abu Dhabi’s lifestyle and entertainment offering

Experience Hub,the trade and promotion arm of Yas Island has contributed to a 25% rise in the theme park's visitation from the European markets
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Experience Hub,the trade and promotion arm of Yas Island has contributed to a 25% rise in the theme park's visitation from the European markets

Yas Island Abu Dhabi’s has witnessed a 25% YoY growth in visitation from European markets, officials revealed at the World Travel Market 2019. 

Officials also revealed that Experience Hub, the trade and promotion arm of Yas Island contributed to the growth. 

In 2020, Yas Island will unveil Yas Bay, Abu Dhabi’s lifestyle and entertainment offering, which will feature a 18,000-capacity indoor multi-purpose arena as well as The Waterfront, which will incorporate two hotels, a beach club, 37 cafes and restaurants as well as 19 retail outlets.

The destination partner is participating in the World Travel Market (WTM) 2019, from November 4 to 6, 2019 and will be highlighting its value proposition to the industry and showcase the Island’s growing portfolio of attractions.

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