Singapore Tourism Board and Emirates Holidays Partner to Offer Middle East Travellers Great Value Singapore Trips

Published July 23rd, 2009 - 08:33 GMT

Great Hotel Deals and Pulsating Events to Attract Visitors to the Garden City
The Singapore Tourism Board and Emirates Holidays today announced the latest joint holiday promotion for Middle East travellers visiting Singapore, providing guests with great value deals to experience the city-state’s latest tourism events and attractions.
This offer is part of the Singapore Tourism Board’s ‘2009 Reasons to Enjoy Singapore’ campaign to promote Singapore as a quality and value-for-money destination.
“We have an exciting line-up of pulsating events, and new attractions continue to draw a growing number of Middle East-based holidaymakers to Singapore. This partnership with Emirates Holidays is just one of the ‘2009 Reasons to Enjoy Singapore’ as we provide travellers from the Gulf a range of offers to ensure that they have a uniquely Singaporean experience,” said Jason Ong, Area Director for Middle East and Africa, Singapore Tourism Board.
“As the leading quality tour operator in the Middle East, we are delighted to continue this partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board to offer value for money packages to our customers,” said John Felix, Senior Vice President, Emirates Holidays. “Some of the offers include a ‘Stay for 4 nights, Pay for 3’ deal at the Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort and great rates for the iconic Raffles Hotel. With school holidays in many Gulf countries extended, we have decided to extend many of these offers until September 20th 2009 for Gulf travellers to fully maximise them,” Felix added.
Travellers from across the Gulf are sure to have a memorable time when visiting Singapore. Following the Great Singapore Sale and Singapore Food Festival in July, other event highlights include the Hari Raya Idilfitri celebrations in August and the Singapore Grand Prix Season and the Formula One race in September.
The Hari Raya Idilfitri cultural celebrations will offer a feast of cultural events and festivities to honour Singapore’s rich Muslim heritage. Meanwhile, the Singapore GP Season will see concerts, outdoor exhibitions and other lifestyle events take place around the world’s only FORMULA ONE night race September 25th – 27th 2009.
Photo Caption: Great Deals to Singapore to Attract Surge of Middle East-based Travellers.

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