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Souk Waqif

Souk Waqif

Doha, Qatar

Though it has been built relatively recently, the Souq Waqif is the best place to go if for a glimpse of traditional Qatari culture.  Builders utilized traditional building materials like mud and wood to give it an authentic feel.  Lots of traditional Arab goods are sold here, including spices, perfume, and clothing.  There's also an Art Center that features art galleries, and sells...

What to do with children in tow

What to do with children in tow

Bangkok, Thailand

Siam Ocean World This is Southeast Asia's largest aquarium with 400 kinds of more than 30,000 aquatic creatures for visitors to view. Children and adults alike will love to watch the sharks and penguins being fed (13:00 or 14:00 hrs). They can take a walk through the breathtaking underwater tunnel and see dolphins, rays, colorful fish and many other under water creatures through the glass which...

Almaty City History Museum & Museum of Repression

Almaty City History Museum & Museum of Repression

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Address: 108 Nausyrbaj Batyra, Almaty Phone: + 7 (3272) 61 73 01 Website: This museum gives a haunting walkthrough of the periods of civilian oppression and unrest during various eras – the Civil War, Famine, Terrorism, Revolts and Protests, and other acts of authoritarian violence. Exhibits contain mostly photographs and documents, though there are also a considerable number of pain...

The Bahrain Fort

The Bahrain Fort

Bahrain, Bahrain

The Qala'at al-Bahrain (Bahrain Fort) is on the northern shore, five minutes from Manama city. The Portuguese constructed the fort in the 16th century, after which it fell into disrepair. However it has now been superbly restored to its former grandeur. Next door to the fort is an unmarked building that is the museum housing numerous artifacts from the ancient Dilmun period through to the Islamic ...