From traditional souks to ultra-modern malls, Dubai is bursting with shopping destinations, if you know where to look. Here are a few places that you shouldn’t miss in Dubai if you are a shopaholic:
Phuket is an interesting place in Thailand that has an undeniable charm which you cannot ignore. The inviting waters and the tropical vibe give travellers the best of both worlds. If you are planning to book international tour packages to Phuket, then before your visit, check this list of 7 must-do things there: Continue reading 5 Things to Do in Phuket
Wild Wadi Park is one of the most visited tourist spots in Dubai. Located in Jumeirah, this outdoor water park is themed around a character called Juha (Joha) from the Arabic folklore. Here are a few interesting facts about Wild Wadi Water Park: Continue reading 9 Interesting Facts About Wild Wadi Water Park
Wat Pho is popular for the impressive Reclining Buddha. Wat Po is the oldest Buddhist temple in Bangkok and houses about a thousand images of the Buddha. These temple premises are revered as a site of the oldest traditional school of Thai medicine. It’s also the site that witnessed the birth of the traditional Thai massage. Interesting, right? Here are a few more interesting facts about Wat Pho (or Wat Po): Continue reading Bangkok: 8 Interesting Facts On Wat Pho
Dining is an elaborate affair for the Emirati people. Whether you are a foodie or not but the titillating aroma rising from the food will definitely give you a foodgasm.
From Ethiopian to Peruvian, and from Pakistani to authentic Emirati flavours, the sheer volume of the gastronomic offerings will make your stomach growl with hunger. Do visit these restaurants when you are in Dubai: Continue reading Dubai: Ultimate Guide Of Restaurants To Eat