Monday, September 24, 2018

Travel

Who’s the biggest winner?

We all cheered for Saudi women last month when Saudi Arabia lifted the driving ban on women. The next consideration was the short and...

World’s future tallest building will eclipse Burj Khalifa

It looks like any other tower project rising from the sand across the Middle East. But the construction work at Jeddah Tower in Saudi Arabia...

Kuwait MP calls for imposing of exit visas on expats

An MP in Kuwait has called for the imposing of exit visas on expatriates in the latest of a string of measures against the...

Best happy hours in Dubai

1. The ObservatoryWith unobstructed views across Dubai Marina and JBR, The Observatory has some pretty impressive insta-opportunities from its 52nd floor location. The daily happy...

Why the UAE is attractive to foreign students

The UAE outranks Singapore, Switzerland, China and South Korea as a preferred study destination, new research suggests. The market research was conducted as partnership between...

Antigua and Barbuda PM seeks Saudi investment after hurricane

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne wants Saudis to visit and invest in his hurricane-battered country saying “We are open to suggestions and would...

UAE issues warning against traveling to Madagascar

The Ministry of Health and Prevention has recently issued a warning to UAE nationals and residents about traveling to Madagascar, following the country's report...

Saudi tourist accused of domestic violence against wife, children

A tourist from Saudi Arabia is charged with torturing his wife, while on vacation in Florida. The wife of Abdullah Al-Horir said he burned...

Experience -8°C at Dubai Garden Glow

Dubai residents can now enjoy -8°C spot at Dubai Garden Glow, which opened to the public on Tuesday. Visitors can now enjoy a freezing temperatures,...

Ways to get arrested in Dubai

1. Brushing up against a man in a barTourist Jamie Harron hit headlines after he was arrested for touching a man's hip in a...
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