Dover heights, New South Wales
Sydney northern beaches.
Commerce and Industry Minister Tawfiq Al-Rabiah highlighted the significance of the SR2.5 billion Uqair tourism project in Al-Ahsa, saying it would bring about qualitative improvement in the Kingdo
Visualizing Saudi Arabia with vast amounts of oil and gas under its desert sands is easy; but thousands of years ago before the country struck black gold, caravans of camels crisscrossed the region
A journey through the privately owned Bait Al-Zubair museum in Muscat is one into the past as the artifacts reflect the legacy of the period in which they were used, and symbolize the superb crafts
LIMA, Peru: The former mountaintop refuge of Incan royalty has elegant halls and plazas much like those of fabled Macchu Picchu just 50 kilometers away.
One of Greece’s hidden gems of the Mediterranean Sea is known as Santorini.
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk released rough plans last week for a “Hyperloop” that would shoot capsules full of people at the speed of sound through elevated tubes connecting Los Angeles and
The catchy “It’s more fun in the Philippines” promotional scheme launched by Philippine Airlines (PAL) to attract tourists seems to be paying off, particularly with PAL poised to resume flights
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is moving toward a single visa for tourists in the region, a GCC official said recently.
Heshmat Youssef used to make a decent living sailing foreign tourists down Egypt’s Nile River. Since political unrest flared, business has dried up faster than water in the desert.
The grim barracks where Romania’s brutal communist despot Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were executed are to be opened to the public in the latest bid to boost “dictator tourism.”
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