Hotels

Dubai Has Most New Hotels Planned

According to the new 2009 Hotel Pipeline Report by Lodging Econometrics Dubai is the tops in the region for the number of new planned hotels. New hotels in the pipeline in Dubai account for 34% of all the hotel projects in the region The Middle East has 503 projects planned representing 147,488 rooms. Dubai’s 136 planned new hotels accounts for 50,514 rooms. Abu Dhabi is second in the region with 73 projects representing 23,489 rooms. 

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Featured Sights To See
Boulders

Boulders

Cape Town, South Africa

This is a beautiful place where the natural beauty of the landscape is almost overwhelming. Amidst these boulders i.e. large granite blocks and bays roam gorgeous African penguins. This would constitute an outing for adults and children alike. The more adventurous can opt for a quick swim here in Foxy Beach. Timings: Daily 7 A.M- 7 30 P.M Admission: R 25 [Adults], R 5 [Children] Address: ...

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.  ...

Nehru Science Center

Nehru Science Center

Mumbai, India

Nehru Science Center is the perfect place where children can unravel the mysteries of science through interactive exhibits and games. The center also organizes programs, science expositions, creative science workshops, film festivals and a drama festival on a regular basis. A bookstall called third wave sells great scientific toys and books. Address: Dr E. Moses Rd, Mahalaxmi   &...

Roman Baths

Roman Baths

Beirut, Lebanon

The Roman Baths were lost to the city for several years and were discovered in 1968-69. It wasn’t until the 1995-97 period of reconstruction that they were fully discovered. Situated behind Bank Street, the site is surrounded by a garden which attempts to recreate the atmosphere of ancient Roman gardens. In addition, there is a small amphitheater for open-air concerts. Rue Riad El Solh, Beirut...