The My Tourism is Safe campaign will run until December 31.
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DUBAI – The Abu Dhabi Police has launched a new initiative to provide a guide to tourists on the laws and customs of the UAE.
The guides are being printed in Chinese, English, French and Urdu. The My Tourism is Safe campaign will run until December 31, according to Abu Dhabi Police.
Colonel Imran Ahmed Al Mazroui, director of the Criminal Investigations Department at Abu Dhabi Police, said the guides will also include emergency numbers and information on cultural destinations and tourist spots and resorts.
Police are hoping that the printed guides will help tourists remain safe and happy during their stay.
The UAE capital has seen a surge in tourists from China this year, with more than 127,000 Chinese booking stays in hotels. The UAE introduced visa on arrival for Chinese tourists in 2016. GAD/Expat Media
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