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Together by joining hands with our partners will strive harder to meet the challenges ahead with a vision to succeed. 

UNIQUE CHOICE
is synonymous with efficiency, creativity, reliability and top-quality programs and our tremendous collective purchasing power enables us to offer high-level services at optimum prices. 

Since its inception in 1994, UNIQUE CHOICE's solid financial stability and impeccable conduct and ethics in the industry have been recognized by thousands of suppliers and partners throughout the world.  We are well positioned and established to fill the perceived need to service the retail tour operators to develop their full market potential within their respective markets. We will continue to build a solid foundation to serve our partners with dedication based on the fundamentals governing service organizations ...
“The customer comes first”

Zawfir Ziard
Chief Executive Officer

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...travel is more than the seeing of sights, it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.

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Answer the  simple question below  and get your entry in early by email at e@uniquechoice.biz 

(Include these details in your mail:Name, Company, Address, Tel/Mobile/Fax)

WINNING PRIZE

1)Which of the below is the corporate web address of Unique Choice?
   
A. www.uniquechoice-travels.com
   B. www.uniquechoiceweb.com
   C. www.uniquechoice-tours.com

Entries will be received till 10th of April 2007.

Prize will be couriered to the  Lucky Winner.

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MIDDLE EAST TRAVELERS UP SINGAPORE'S VISITOR FIGURES
The Singapore Tourism Board recently announced the results of Singapore's tourism performance for the Middle East at a special event in Dubai. Globally, the tourism sector generated an estimated USD 8.3 billion in tourism receipts (TR) in 2006, exceeding the target of USD 7.8 billion and posting a double digit growth of 14.5 per cent over 2005 - a new record for Singapore.

ATM TO REFLECT CHANGING GLOBAL & REGIONAL LANDSCAPE
The region's foremost travel and tourism show, ATM '07 will mark its 14th annual edition in Dubai this May. Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, vice president and prime minister of the UAE, Ruler of Dubai, and under the auspices of the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing, the trade show will run at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC) from May 1-4. It is a universally-recognised show specifically dedicated to unlock the business potential within the Middle East and Pan Arab region. The four days of intensive meetings, seminars, press conferences and social networking opportunities unites the key market players from six continents, making it an essential business event

QATAR SEEKS OWN TOURISM NICHE
With some 3000 hotel rooms to be added this year alone, Qatar is taking its $15bn master plan forward. QATAR, long popular with visitors from the Gulf for short breaks, has over the years also established significant markets in Europe – particularly the German-speaking countries. The fact that many tourists (though few realise it) receive a joint visa for Qatar and Oman on arrival in Doha (or vice-versa) obviously makes the two Gulf states an ideal combination. The country received some 850,000 visitors in 2006 and expects to receive an annual 1.4 million visitors by 2010 – to which end the country has ear-marked an investment of $15 billion in tourism infrastructure investment.

DUBAI HOTEL REVENUES JUMP
Revenues of Dubai hotels increased by 22.78 per cent in 2006 amid high occupancy rates and record average earnings per room, the tourism department said. Dubai also saw an increase of about 6.5 per cent in the number of tourists who stayed at city hotels. Lodging and non-lodging revenues of hotels and hotel apartments stood at Dh10.83 billion last year compared to Dh8.82 billion in 2005, the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) said. Dubai hotels attracted 6.5 million guests in 2006 against 6.1 million in 2005


SHANGRILA-LA, QARYAL BERI, TO COMPLETE 1ST PHASE SOON
Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts, one of Asia Pacific's leading luxury hotel groups, recently announced that the construction of the Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri (Abu Dhabi), is nearing completion and that this five-star luxury hotel will open its doors in the second quarter of 2007 (for the first phase of this prestigious project). Already rumored to be another remarkably unique hospitality icon in the making, the Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, has been conceived in order to fit in perfectly with Abu Dhabi's overall philosophy to get the best of the best for its travel and tourism industry.
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WINNER of February
Lucky Draw

Mr. Kishanchand A. Kewlani
Overseas Travels

Dubai, UAE
Unique Choice Thanks all the participants of the Lucky Draw Contest.
The Answer for the February Quiz is 1994.
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