General Travel News

Gulf Air and Bahrain Air cancel flights

Gulf Air and Bahrain Air have cancelled all their trips to and from Lebanon and Bahrain because of the on-going political turmoil.  Statements and positions issued by the Lebanese government against Bahrain and its leadership have been the main cause for this, according to Al-Watan the Bahraini newspaper.

Other reports mentioned the intervention of Lebanon in Lebanon's internal affairs and the affairs of Persian Gulf States  as bad for the relations between Lebanon and t countries and harms the the interests of Lebanon in the GCC.
 

More General Travel News
Collect souvenirs from the first Emirates Airbus A380
Mauritius welcomes back tourists after lifting restrictions
flydubai touches down in Ljubljana, Slovenia
Latest Travel News
Mauritius welcomes back tourists after l...
flydubai touches down in Ljubljana, Slov...
Four new hotels opening soon in Dubai...
Featured Sights To See
Ali Mosque

Ali Mosque

Isfahan, Iran

Address: Haruniyeh, near Dibai House Hote. Another one of the centuries-old mosques dotted around the city, this architectural gem echoes with impressive brickwork masonry reminiscent of the Seljuk period. Layers of brown bricks laid out in graceful geometrical designs might not stand out as prominently as the blue and green tile work of most other mosques, but they present a stunning visual ex...

The Treille Promenade

The Treille Promenade

Geneva, Switzerland

The Treille Promenade, near the southern part of the Old Town, offers scenic views of the city from a breathtaking height.  ...

Kuala Lumpur Tower

Kuala Lumpur Tower

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

At 421m, the Kuala Lumpur Tower is the sixth largest telecommunications tower in the world.  It was constructed between 1991 and 1995 for Telekom Malaysia.  Because it is built on a hill (Bukit Nanas, or Pineapple Hill), the KL Tower actually appears taller than the Petronas Towers.  Malaysia’s Islamic tradition is reflected here.  The interior features Arabic script, and other...

The Museum of Norwegian Football

The Museum of Norwegian Football

Oslo, Norway

For children who cannot get enough sports, especially those who are in love with football, the Museum of Norwegian Football is sure to entertain. The museum is interactive and well-laid out, making this more intriguing than your average museum. The whole lay-out of the museum is meant to resemble a soccer game, with the first half chronicling football in Norway and the second half providing an acc...