Ajman – A military delegation from New Zealand, on Wednesday, visited Ajman Museum where its members were received and welcomed by Ajman Tourism Development Department (ATDD) General Manager Faisal Al Nuaimi.
Also accompanied by ATDD National Heritage Advisor Ali Al Matroushi, the delegation inspected Ajman Museum sections and got posted on the museum's history, development stages, renovation processes and newly-opened sections.
The visit by the New Zealand delegation, organized in coordination with the UAE Armed Forces, serves ATDD targets of developing the tourism experience in Ajman, the ATDD general manager said.
"Ajman Museum represents a proof of the UAE leadership's wise approach to making the preservation of the cultural heritage a top priority reflecting the UAE's booming development drive in all fields," Al Nuaimi added.
"Continued preservation processes at Ajman Museum also come as part of a vision and the attention given by His Highness Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Ajman to cultural heritage and his belief in the importance of preserving it," according to the ATDD general manager.
"Aiming to preserve local culture, Ajman Museum contributes in acquainting foreign tourists as well as Arab visitors and residents with the Emirati culture and lifestyle before the discovery of oil," he said, adding that, "for Emirati citizens, the Museum is considered one the best places to be visited by them, especially that it provides new generations with the knowledge of the nature of Emirati society's life in the past".