General Travel News

Tunisia Plans To Double Golf Courses By 2020

Tunisia plans to double the number of its golf courses by 2020 in order to fill a promising niche for affluent visitors who are likely to spend more.  The strategy will change the landscape and environment coastline of rangeland coasts similar to the Sousse and Hammamet, the golf courses of Djerba, and the “Golf Club Tozeur”, which was created in 2007. 

Golf courses are planned for some areas of the northern shore of the Tunis lake, Raoued (Tunis), Hergia (Sousse), and Zarzis and Djerba.  Tunisia has 10 golf courses drawing 65,000 tourists every year.  The French golf tour operators magazine, “Greens du Monde” ranked Tunisia as the world’s 4th golf destination
 

More General Travel News
Saudi Arabian Airlines wins best stand design award at Arabian Travel Market 2022
flydubai to operate some flights from Dubai World Central during runway refurbishment project at Dubai International
South Korea Pavilion among top five at Expo 2020 Dubai
Latest Travel News
flydubai to operate some flights from Du...
South Korea Pavilion among top five at E...
Collect souvenirs from the first Emirate...
Featured Sights To See
The Space Museum

The Space Museum

Hong Kong, China

The Space Museum is located on 10 Salisbury Road, Tsimshatsui and was inaugurated in October 1980. It is 8000 square meters and its beautifully crafted dome is a special treat. This planetarium gives great insight of space science and astronomy and is a must see. The East Wing houses offices and is dedicated to Space science. It also has the massive Stanley Space Theater, while the west wing is th...

The Capitol

The Capitol

Washington DC, United States

Sitting atop a high hill overlooking the National Mall and the wide avenues of the city beyond, the Capitol (built in 1793) is among the most architecturally impressive and symbolically important buildings in the world. It houses the legislative branch of Congress, the Senate and the House of Representatives. A 285 ft cast iron dome is topped by a bronze statue called the Statue of Freedom. Sev...

Christchurch Cathedral

Christchurch Cathedral

Christchurch, New Zealand

This most prominent landmark of Christchurch was completed in 1904 into a dominating grey stone building with a magnificent clock tower. The cathedral holds great historic significance for the city which is visible in its intricate architecture and the creative art work done inside its wall. Tourists find the cathedral a site of major attraction and most of them attend the daily services arranged ...

Chahar Bagh Avenue

Chahar Bagh Avenue

Isfahan, Iran

Address: the main boulevard beside the Naqsh e Jahan Square complex, parallel to and west of Ostandari Street. A beautiful, wide, tree lined boulevard that stretches from west of the Naqsh e Jahan Square down past the Isfahan Palace Complex, and onto the Si-o-Seh Pol, leading towards the Armenian Quarters of Jolfa to the south. It forms today the main pedestrian and vehicular artery within th...