Fast Track to Fujairah’s Forts
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Fast Track to Fujairah’s Forts

The casual visitor to the Emirates could be forgiven for believing that there is not…

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Indonesia: Bali Struggles amid a Surge in Tourism
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Indonesia: Bali Struggles amid a Surge in Tourism

The annual monsoon transforms Bali. Rain sweeps across slumbering volcanoes. Moss thickens on ancient temple…

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Buddhist relics awe Sri Lankan delegation
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Buddhist relics awe Sri Lankan delegation

PESHAWAR: The statues of Buddha and sculptures about his life awed the members of a…

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Bhutanese PM visits historic Taxila Museum, Julian site
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Bhutanese PM visits historic Taxila Museum, Julian site

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister of Bhutan Lyonchhen Jigmi Y Thinley and his delegation on Sunday visited…

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The scariest is yet to come
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The scariest is yet to come

All of those broken bones in northern Japan, all of those broken lives and those…

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Ministry, PTDC urged to invite private sector in tourism promotion
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Ministry, PTDC urged to invite private sector in tourism promotion

ISLAMABAD: Ministry of Tourism and Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) have been asked to involve…

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Pakistan participates in tourism, trade fair
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Pakistan participates in tourism, trade fair

ISLAMABAD: Six tour operators from private sector of Pakistan alongwith Tourism Department of Gilgit-Baltistan are…

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Enthralling beauty of Navagio Beach aka Shipwreck Cove on Zakynthos Island, Greece
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Enthralling beauty of Navagio Beach aka Shipwreck Cove on Zakynthos Island, Greece

Heavenly beautiful Navagio Beach is one of the trademark beaches in Greece and has been…

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Gujarat opens 16 beaches for private resorts
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Gujarat opens 16 beaches for private resorts

GANDHINAGAR: The various virgin beaches dotting the state’s 1600-km coastline have been luring tourists. But,…

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Goa: Uniquely Indian
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Goa: Uniquely Indian

An amalgam of spices, women in colorful saris, busy streets with a hundred rickshaws and…

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Tourism sector witnessing an unlikely boom
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Tourism sector witnessing an unlikely boom

JEDDAH: Despite reports that many tourist places have been affected by the floods and led…

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Travelogue on Saudi desert life wins award
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Travelogue on Saudi desert life wins award

A book on Saudi Arabia authored by Indian journalist Muzaffar Ahmed has won Kerala’s top…

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The Nile Cruise: The ideal foretaste, companion, and souvenir
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The Nile Cruise: The ideal foretaste, companion, and souvenir

A river Nile cruise is a trip through history. Sailing on the longest river in…

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Skiing gala at Malam Jabba from today
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Skiing gala at Malam Jabba from today

PESHAWAR: The five-day skiing gala arranged by the Provincial Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Settlement Authority (PaRRSA)…

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166 nations try to lure tourists
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166 nations try to lure tourists

MADRID: Brave a few “security problems” and trek the mountain ranges of Pakistan, take a…

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