Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Travel

Will Saudi Arabia’s World Cup preparations pay off?

Saudi Arabia's video announcement of its final 2018 World Cup squad perhaps took inspiration from England's, with fans excitedly sharing the 23 lucky names.On the...

Qatar Airways CEO says only a man could do his job...

At the recent annual meeting of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in Sydney, at which 200 airlines were represented, the subject of 'gender...

Bahrain: Traffic signals improvement to begin next week

Phase one of development works to improve traffic signals on Shaikh Jabir Al Ahmad Al Sabah Highway will commence next week, announced the Ministry...

Saudi: Women traffic violators to be detained at Girls Care Homes

Women who commit traffic violations punishable with detention will be detained at care homes for girls.An approval to this effect was given by the Council...

Saudis spending on tourism decreased by 20% last year

Saudis spent around SR78 billion ($21 billion) on tourism overseas last year, down 20% from the previous year, which amounted to SR97.3 billion ($26...

Oman eyes UAE expats, Emiratis in tourism revamp

Oman will focus on attracting residents and nationals living in the neighboring United Arab Emirates (UAE) as the Sultanate moves forward with plans to...

Bahrain: New fine plan for over-speeding drivers – Rejected

A legislation instructing to amend the traffic law so that only drivers whose speed excess the permitted limits by 20 per cent are fined,...

Saudi: Natural reserves to become tourist attractions

Saudi Arabia has made huge strides in environmental protection with initiatives to preserve the natural environment and wildlife that will boost ecotourism, reduce fishing...

Oman: New road to Saudi reduces trip by 800km

More than 130 million cubic metres of sand were removed as Oman gears up to open the 680km road that passes through the world’s...

Saudi: Haramain train offers citizens on its first pilot trip

The Haramain high-speed train, on a test journey, took more than 200 citizens from Madinah to Makkah as a first free trip on Friday.Nabil Al-Amoudi,...

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