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Cargo and passenger traffic recovers at Red Sea ports

Maj. Gen. Abdul Qader Mohammed Gaballah, head of the Red Sea Ports recovery movement announced the arrival of passengers for travel and tourism between the Ports Authority, Saudi ports, Jordan and the Persian Gulf in March.

It was temporarily shut down during the Jan 25. Egyptian revolution.

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Al Qasba Canal

Al Qasba Canal

Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

This strip, which runs on both banks of a canal and are linked by a twinkling bridge, has a great assortment of cafes, restaurants and family-orientated entertainment. The strip itself is a car-free zone and strolling is encouraged though be prepared for crowds on Friday nights and Saturdays. For a grand view of the city there is the Eye of the Emirates (Sun-Thu 4pm-midnight, Fri 4pm-1am, Sat 10am...

Jerudong Park

Jerudong Park

Brunei Darussalam, Brunei

Address: Bandar Seri Begawan The largest and most expensive amusement park in Southeast Asia, Jerudong was built by the sultan and is filled with various rides and food kiosks. An excellent place to visit with family.  ...

Olympic Park

Olympic Park

Beijing, China

The 2008 Summer Olympics signified China’s return as a global economic power.  It’s hard to forget the spectacular opening ceremony.  Three years on, the Olympic Park is still there and open to the public.  The centerpiece of the park is the Beijing National Stadium, better known as the Bird’s Nest.  Its edifice is unmistakable.  Though no teams call the Bird’s Nest home, ...

City Pillar Shrine

City Pillar Shrine

Bangkok, Thailand

When Bangkok became the capital in 1782, King Rama I ordered the construction of this shrine. Inside are the four gods revered by the Thais including Phra Seua Muang, Phra Song Muang, Phra Lak Muang and Phra Siam Devathiraj. All four are thought to be the protectors and guardians of the city of Bangkok.   Address: Th Rathchadamnoen Nai & Th Lak Muang Tel: 02222-9876  ...