BREAKING NEWS | Saudi Arabia To Inaugurate Diriyah Gate: A New Cultural, Lifestyle Tourism Destination

RIYADH/SAUDI ARABIA  - The restoration and re-imagining of Diriyah, a sweeping 18th century adobe city that once served as the capital and stronghold of the first Saudi state, will be officially inaugurated on November 19. This cornerstone-laying event comes as the Kingdom continues its pioneering plans to welcome visitors from near and far, and underlines … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS | Saudi Arabia To Inaugurate Diriyah Gate: A New Cultural, Lifestyle Tourism Destination

TRAVEL | Aman’s New Luxurious Kyoto Hotel Offers Total Serenity And Even ‘Forest Bathing’

The Aman Kyoto is profoundly connected to nature, from the natural hot spring feeding its onsen to the kitchen garden supplying the restaurant. Ever since 1988, when Aman opened the doors to its first guesthouse in Thailand’s Phuket, the hotelier has prided itself on offering guests not just a place to stay, but a gateway … Continue reading TRAVEL | Aman’s New Luxurious Kyoto Hotel Offers Total Serenity And Even ‘Forest Bathing’

TRAVEL | All-Female Saudi Tourist Group Explores Wonders Of Tabuk

JEDDAH/SAUDI ARABIA: More than 20 female tourists from various parts of Saudi Arabia visited NEOM over the weekend. The visit kicked off from Tabuk and throughout the tour, the tourists were informed of the NEOM’s natural and historical landmarks. The 19-hour tour saw them pass through the al-Bade province, Maghayer Shoaib, Magna, Ain Moussa and … Continue reading TRAVEL | All-Female Saudi Tourist Group Explores Wonders Of Tabuk

TRAVEL | Bali’s Grandest New Hotel Is A Lesson In Indonesian Opulence

BALI - When a hotel is inspired by royalty, you know it’s going to be a cut above the rest. Perch on the edge of a skyscraper-high cliff on Nusa Dua’s crystal clear coastline, Bali’s newest five-star resort, The Apurva Kempinksi, is just that – both in height and grandeur. Inspired by Indonesia’s lavish Majpahit … Continue reading TRAVEL | Bali’s Grandest New Hotel Is A Lesson In Indonesian Opulence

KSA | Saudi Arabia Opens Tourist Visas to U.S., European Visa Holders

RIYADH/SAUDI ARABIA, October 13, 2019 – Tourist visas for Saudi Arabia are now available online and on arrival to holidaymakers who already hold a visa from the United States, Britain or the EU’s Schengen zone, expanding eligibility beyond an initial list of 49 countries. The conservative Muslin kingdom, relatively closed off for decades, launched a … Continue reading KSA | Saudi Arabia Opens Tourist Visas to U.S., European Visa Holders

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT | Lost Egyptian Temple Unearthed 2,200 Years After It Was Build For King Ptolemy IV

CAIRO – Archeologist in Egypt have discovered a long-lost 2,200 –year-old temple thought to belong to Pharaoh Ptolemy IV The ancient tomb structure was accidentally found by constructions workers during drilling on a sewage drain in the village of Kom Shakau in the Tama township in northern Sohag, according to a post made on September … Continue reading ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT | Lost Egyptian Temple Unearthed 2,200 Years After It Was Build For King Ptolemy IV

WORLD NEWS | Japan and Singapore have world’s most powerful passports

MILANO, ITALY – It’s been a two-horse race this year to be named the world’s most powerful passport, with both top contenders in Asia. Now, as we enter the final quarter of 2019, Japan and Singapore have held onto their position as the world’s most travel-friendly passports. That’s the view of the Henley Passport Index, … Continue reading WORLD NEWS | Japan and Singapore have world’s most powerful passports