Find your Sharjah, emirate invites
The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) launched its 10-week ‘Find Your Sharjah’ campaign ending February 19, offering visitors to the emirate special tourism packages, including hotel accommodation, events, and activities.
Launched by SCTDA in collaboration with a network of strategic partners in Sharjah’s tourism and hospitality sector, the initiative aims to promote the diverse tourism offering in the emirate and highlight its cultural, family, environmental, and historical attractions.
All key areas of are available under the promotion including: the City of Sharjah, the Central Region, and the East Coast, at competitive prices.
His Excellency Khalid Jassim Al Midfa, Chairman of Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority, stressed that Sharjah possesses tremendous tourism potential that make it an well-rounded destination for tourists from all countries around the world, thanks to the forward-thinking vision of its wise leadership, which has worked for years to develop the tourism sector, directing investment into major projects and outstanding destinations that keep pace with the emirate’s tourism growth and meet the aspirations of its visitors.
“With the ‘Find your Sharjah’ campaign, the Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority seeks to further promote the emirate as a touristic, entertainment, and cultural destination, providing visitors and tourists with exceptional options and experiences that allow them to explore the emirate and its activities, according to their personal preferences,” H.E. Khalid Jassim Al Midfa added.
“It introduces them to the tourist attractions and the distinctive diversity of tourism products in the emirate of Sharjah, from adventure and eco-tourism to heritage, culture, arts, entertainment, and many more. We also aim to enhance the performance of the hotel sector in the emirate in parallel with the global recovery of the tourism sector and our plans to ensure the Sharjah tourism sector bounces back and reopens, all while maintaining precautionary measures to ensure the safety of all visitors,” he continued.