Louvre Abu Dhabi chosen as one of the seven urban wonders of the world

A shot of the Louvre Abu Dhabi. (AFP)
Updated 10 October 2018
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Louvre Abu Dhabi chosen as one of the seven urban wonders of the world

DUBAI: Hilton Hotel & Resorts teamed up with tech platform LikeWhere to unveil the Seven Urban Wonders of the World — a list based on crowdsourced information from influencers and travelers with a combined reach of more than 3.5 million.

Louvre Abu Dhabi

One of the largest museums in the region, this spectacular gallery opened its doors in November 2017.

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Tsukiji Fish Market – Tokyo

This huge fish market was a perfect spot for modern travelers until it permanently closed its doors in September.

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Sydney Opera House — Sydney

One of the most photographed spots in Australia, the iconic Sydney Opera House is a famous music hall that is famous for its architecture.

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The Albertina Museum – Vienna

Set in a former Habsburg palace, this classical building now has a modern twist with striking extensions and great art and history exhibitions.

(AFP)

Temple Street Night Markets – Hong Kong

The markets are one of the city’s most exciting spots, displaying everything from food to local craftmanship.

(AFP)

The Bund – Shanghai

This mile-long stretch of waterfront features 52 historical structures. Known as the museum of buildings, it definitely is a view worth seeing.

(AFP)

Camden Market – London

Another market on the list, Camden has a rebellious vibe that appeals to travelers of all age groups.

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Where We Are Going Today: Stationery Fantasies

Updated 15 November 2018
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Where We Are Going Today: Stationery Fantasies

Rawae’e Al-Maktabaat (Stationery Fantasies) in Jeddah aims to awaken children’s creativity.
Located on Prince Sultan Road in Al-Zahra’a district, the facility is divided into six parts: The water park, indoor activity area, children’s costume shop, toy store, stationery shop and housewares stores.
There are four floors of indoor activity options for kids to choose from. The floors are divided into rooms filled with different activities such as cookery, carpentry, art and soap making. The toddler room has a ball pit and a sand pit.
The water park has a variety of slides and a wave pool. There are cafes and seats for adults to relax.
Rawae’e Al-Maktabaat is the perfect place for kids and their parents to relax and enjoy a creative time.