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New York among the top favorite destinations for tourists from the Middle East

New York was voted the most popular destination for holidays from Middle East tourists in 2010. The special events, the celebrities and movie stars, as well as the restaurants, shopping options, fashion and more  make New York one of the most popular destinations for holidays for modern Middle Eastern tourists.

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The Jade Market

The Jade Market

Hong Kong, China

The Jade Market is another famous attraction. It is on the west side of Nathan Road, and all qualities and varieties of Jade can be bought here. This green stone is a specialty of Hong Kong and has great spiritual significance for the Chinese people.  ...

Fontainebleau

Fontainebleau

Paris, France

Fontainebleau is a small city 55km southwest of Paris in the department of Seine-et-Marne.  It was once the Royal Court’s getaway, and now it is a popular weekend getaway for Parisians.  There is a lot to do in and around this picturesque city of 35,000.  The Fontainebleau Forest is a national park.  Spread over 280km², it is one of the most beautiful forests in Europe.  It attracts more than ...

Little Hagia Sophia

Little Hagia Sophia

Istanbul, Turkey

Formerly known as the Church of the Saints Sergius and Bacchus, Little Hagia Sophia was constructed between 527 and 536AD by the Emperor Justinian.  Supposedly Sergius and Bacchus had visited Justinian's uncle, Justin I, and told him Justinian did not pose any threat, thus sparing the future emperor's life.  The emperor built the church upon his accession to commemorate the occasion. ...

Textile Museum

Textile Museum

Jakarta, Indonesia

The museum houses a large collection of textiles related to the religious and social practices of the major islands of the archipelago, including batik, ikat and kain ulos. ...