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Bataring Daudo: A centuries-old recipe for apricot soup - bbc.com - Pakistan
bbc.com
30.10.2023

Bataring Daudo: A centuries-old recipe for apricot soup

During harsh Himalayan winters, at the roadside kiosk of chef and restaurateur Lal Shahzadi, a heavenly scent of woody apricots tinged with molasses hangs heavy in the air. She is making a centuries-old recipe passed down generations: Bataring Daudo, or apricot soup.

Over 1,000 Pilgrims Die in Hajj Pilgrimage Amid Global Heatwave - skift.com - Greece - Italy - Saudi Arabia - India - Jordan - Malaysia - Indonesia - Pakistan - Senegal - city Delhi - Iran - Kurdistan - Iraq - Tunisia
skift.com
21.06.2024

Over 1,000 Pilgrims Die in Hajj Pilgrimage Amid Global Heatwave

More than 1,000 people have died while making the annual Muslim Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, according to an AFP tally on Thursday. Officials said the main cause of death is extreme heat in the region as temperatures surpass 120 degree Fahrenheit (125 degrees Celsius). Thousands more are being treated for heatstroke. 

One Price for Locals … 6x for Tourists? When Foreigners Pay More - skift.com - Japan - county Park - city New York - Colombia - city Tokyo - Afghanistan - Maldives - Bhutan - Bolivia - India - Russia - state New York - Nepal - Thailand - Jordan - Malaysia - Pakistan - Burma - Egypt - Sri Lanka - Cambodia - Bangladesh - Ecuador
skift.com
20.06.2024

One Price for Locals … 6x for Tourists? When Foreigners Pay More

Hideyasu Kiyomoto, the mayor of Himeji City in Japan, this week proposed a significant price hike for foreign tourists visiting Himeji Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Currently, the entry fee is JPY 1,000 (about $6) for all, but the mayor suggested increasing it to around $30 for foreigners, while locals would pay $5. 

How to Throw a Greek Summer Party - nytimes.com - Greece - North Korea - Pakistan - city Athens
nytimes.com
17.06.2024

How to Throw a Greek Summer Party

When guests arrived at the Mouki Mou store in Athens at 6 p.m. on the last weekend in May, they grabbed cool glasses of Greek rosé before retreating into the concrete-clad boutique. Its founder, Maria Lemos, who grew up in Greece, opened the shop in the city’s historic center, Plaka, in 2023, ten years after establishing Mouki Mou’s flagship on London’s Chiltern Street. In both places, she curates a roster of under-the-radar clothing and homeware brands that center craftsmanship with a tactile, wabi-sabi approach. On this particular evening, the brand in focus was Dosa, founded by the American-based Korean designer Christina Kim, 67, in 1983. The label is known for its roomy clothes in natural, hand-woven fabrics that nod to workwear such as shepherd jackets, kurtas (long, loose shirts common in Pakistan), cossack tops and dashikis (boxy tops worn in West Africa), as well as its no-waste approach to production.

Emirates ramps up preparations for a seamless Hajj-centric experience - breakingtravelnews.com - South Africa - Saudi Arabia - Thailand - Indonesia - city Beirut - Pakistan - Uae - Senegal - Mauritius - city Amman - city Dubai - Kuwait - county Medina - city Jeddah
breakingtravelnews.com
14.06.2024

Emirates ramps up preparations for a seamless Hajj-centric experience

This Hajj season, Emirates is geared up to serve the large volume of pilgrims making their way from the airline’s global network through Dubai, to Jeddah and Medina to perform the once in a lifetime Muslim pilgrimage. Emirates has been working hard throughout every travel touchpoint of the journey to ensure comfortable experience, both in the air and on the ground for pilgrims heading to Makkah for this significant trip.

Women Who Travel Podcast: Two Best Friends Eat Their Way Round the World - cntraveler.com - Netherlands - state Michigan - Guatemala - India - Pakistan - city Karachi
cntraveler.com
13.06.2024

Women Who Travel Podcast: Two Best Friends Eat Their Way Round the World

You can listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify each week. Follow this link if you're listening on Apple News.

Short-stay Schengen visa costs are going up from June: Here’s what you need to know - euronews.com - Iceland - Norway - Eu - Switzerland - Australia - Ireland - Britain - Usa - South Africa - China - Canada - India - Bulgaria - Cyprus - Pakistan - Romania - Sri Lanka
euronews.com
11.06.2024

Short-stay Schengen visa costs are going up from June: Here’s what you need to know

The cost of a Schengen visa is going up this June, the European Commission has confirmed.

Local Flavor: the best places to eat and drink in Dubai - lonelyplanet.com - Usa - Afghanistan - Serbia - India - Pakistan - Uae - county Creek
lonelyplanet.com
10.06.2024

Local Flavor: the best places to eat and drink in Dubai

While growing up in Dubai in the early 1990s, our family's culinary adventures were mostly limited to shawarma and falafel takeaways, dining at Indian and Pakistani restaurants, or American fast-food chains.

Online Travel Companies See Surge in Sports Tourism in India - India Report - skift.com - Australia - New York - Maldives - India - Indonesia - Pakistan - Sri Lanka
skift.com
04.06.2024

Online Travel Companies See Surge in Sports Tourism in India - India Report

Sports tourism is on a rise in India, with the country’s sports tourism market expected to be valued at nearly $53 billion in 2033, according to a report released by market research firm Future Market Insights last year. The firm expects the industry to grow at an annual rate of 17.1% from its valuation of $11 billion in 2023. 

A Mediterranean-Inspired Getaway in an Australian Surf Town - nytimes.com - Italy - Australia - Japan - Usa - city Rome - South Korea - Pakistan
nytimes.com
23.05.2024

A Mediterranean-Inspired Getaway in an Australian Surf Town

The origins of Il Delfino, a new oceanside inn in the surf town of Yamba on Australia’s east coast, go back to its founder’s childhood. “I grew up in this area, fascinated by this ramshackle surf cottage,” says the Australian fashion stylist Sheree Commerford. “Having it was a secret dream for as long as I can remember.” At the end of 2021, Commerford bought the building, which had previously been a rustic family lodge, and spent the last two years transforming it into a four-room inn and bungalow that she opened last month. “We wanted to keep all its original midcentury features but add inspiration from some of my favorite travels in the Mediterranean,” she says. That means whitewashed walls, citrus trees in terra-cotta pots and a terrace with Italian-made sun beds and uninterrupted ocean views. The guest rooms, which are named for Italian destinations like Ravello and Ischia, are all equipped with kitchens and each feature a colorful mural by the Australian artist Heidi Middleton. There’s no restaurant at the hotel, but staff will organize breakfast boxes upon request and recommend places to eat in Yamba. They can also help arrange whale-watching excursions, in-house massages and surf lessons.

I lived in Cuba for 20 years. Moving back to the US has me questioning the meaning of 'home.' - insider.com - Spain - Usa - New York - city Detroit - Haiti - Cuba - city Havana - Pakistan
insider.com
07.05.2024

I lived in Cuba for 20 years. Moving back to the US has me questioning the meaning of 'home.'

Whitening. Herbal. Charcoal. Color changing? I'm in the toothpaste aisle at Target, dumbfounded by a selection that runs several shelves long and as many high. After more than 20 years in Cuba, where Close-Up and La Perla were the only choices for most of that time, I'm overwhelmed by the number of options. If Target triggers paralysis, I shudder to think what terror Costco might elicit.

‘A new page of Afghanistan’: Students studying tourism want to show another side to their country - euronews.com - Japan - China - Afghanistan - India - Pakistan - city Dubai - city Kabul
euronews.com
05.05.2024

‘A new page of Afghanistan’: Students studying tourism want to show another side to their country

A Taliban-run institute is training tourism and hospitality professionals to attract visitors to Afghanistan.

Radisson Hotel Group accelerates expansion strategy in Saudi Arabia - breakingtravelnews.com - Greece - Saudi Arabia - Cyprus - Pakistan - city Riyadh - city Jeddah - city Holy
breakingtravelnews.com
30.04.2024

Radisson Hotel Group accelerates expansion strategy in Saudi Arabia

Radisson Hotel Group continues to intensify its efforts in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, aligning with the Saudi 2030 vision for hospitality. Building on a robust five-year expansion and transformation plan, the Group aims to establish itself as the preferred brand for owners, partners, and guests by strengthening its presence in major and secondary cities across the Kingdom.

Radisson Hotel Group accelerates expansion strategy in Saudi Arabia with focus on holy cities - breakingtravelnews.com - Greece - Saudi Arabia - Cyprus - Pakistan - city Riyadh - city Jeddah - city Holy
breakingtravelnews.com
30.04.2024

Radisson Hotel Group accelerates expansion strategy in Saudi Arabia with focus on holy cities

Radisson Hotel Group continues to intensify its efforts in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, aligning with the Saudi 2030 vision for hospitality. Building on a robust five-year expansion and transformation plan, the Group aims to establish itself as the preferred brand for owners, partners, and guests by strengthening its presence in major and secondary cities across the Kingdom.

Sustainable Horizons: how the Saudi hospitality industry is helping to ensure a clean, green future - breakingtravelnews.com - Greece - Usa - Saudi Arabia - Cyprus - Pakistan - county Summit
breakingtravelnews.com
27.04.2024

Sustainable Horizons: how the Saudi hospitality industry is helping to ensure a clean, green future

With the spotlight on sustainability like never before, the hospitality industry the world over can – and is – playing a key role in supporting government ESG initiatives and green goals.

This Is Nassim Road, Singapore’s Most Expensive Street - forbes.com - Japan - Britain - county Garden - Philippines - city Tokyo - Singapore - city Singapore - Pakistan
forbes.com
23.04.2024

This Is Nassim Road, Singapore’s Most Expensive Street

This quiet, leafy road may not look like much on first glance. Scratch the surface and you will discover more multi-million-dollar mansions than you can shake a Hermès purse at and a neighborhood full of top-notch restaurants and exclusive hotels. This is Nassim Road, Singapore’s billionaire’s row.

How American Chefs Are Celebrating Eid, From Playful Desserts to Lavish Feasts - cntraveler.com - Usa - New York - city New York - city Manhattan - India - Pakistan - city Mumbai - city Delhi - city Hyderabad
cntraveler.com
09.04.2024

How American Chefs Are Celebrating Eid, From Playful Desserts to Lavish Feasts

On a recent Monday evening in Manhattan, a flurry of guests in richly embroidered lehengas, sherwanis, and kaftans swirled around Bungalow, a stylish new restaurant from celebrity chef Vikas Khanna—who previously earned a Michelin star at Junoon—for a lavish iftar dinner to mark the end of a day of fasting. “I feel so honored to be cooking for you, especially during this holy month,” he said as he surveyed the gathering.

Intrepid Launches Women-Led Tours to Saudi Arabia - skift.com - Morocco - Saudi Arabia - India - Nepal - Jordan - Pakistan - city Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
skift.com
05.04.2024

Intrepid Launches Women-Led Tours to Saudi Arabia

Intrepid Travel has announced a women’s-only tour in Saudi Arabia — led by women, for women. 

The Tour Groups Empowering Muslim Women Travelers—and Fostering Community - cntraveler.com - Japan - Uzbekistan - city Manchester - Pakistan - county Day
cntraveler.com
22.03.2024

The Tour Groups Empowering Muslim Women Travelers—and Fostering Community

For many practicing Muslim women, finding the right hotel and booking excursions is just one part of planning a vacation. There’s also the search for halal or vegetarian restaurants, pinning mosques with a women’s prayer space to Google Maps, and researching whether a destination is safe for them not just as women, but oftentimes as visibly Muslim women if they wear a hijab or niqab, or want to don a burkini.

Dubai Airport Hosted Nearly 87 Million Travelers Last Year - travelpulse.com - Britain - Saudi Arabia - India - Russia - Ukraine - Pakistan - Uae
travelpulse.com
20.02.2024

Dubai Airport Hosted Nearly 87 Million Travelers Last Year

The Dubai International Airport, known as DXB, has surged in a post-pandemic world.

A guide to old Dubai, from Islamic crafts to culinary walks - nationalgeographic.com - Afghanistan - Pakistan - Uae - city Abu Dhabi - city Downtown - city Dubai
nationalgeographic.com
20.02.2024

A guide to old Dubai, from Islamic crafts to culinary walks

In a place of superlatives — highest, biggest, priciest — why settle for simple pleasures? Dubai has long been seen as a fun-loving, unabashedly ambitious city, often overshadowing the UAE’s more serious-minded capital of Abu Dhabi. It’s a place where you can swim above clouds in 360-degree infinity pools or quaff cocktails in billowing beach cabanas, and it’s this ‘City of Gold’ most travellers come for. A winter sun utopia, it dazzles with opulence and novelty, from the soaring architecture and dancing fountains of Downtown to Jumeirah’s luxury hotels and the Marina’s million-pound yachts. 

Schengen visa price hike: Here’s how much more you might have to pay to visit the EU in 2024 - euronews.com - Eu - South Africa - China - India - Pakistan - Sri Lanka
euronews.com
09.02.2024

Schengen visa price hike: Here’s how much more you might have to pay to visit the EU in 2024

The European Commission has submitted a proposal to increase the basic fee for a Schengen visa in 2024.

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