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Dubai Creek

Dubai Creek

Creek Dubai is a water inlet that runs through the center of Dubai and breaks it into two halves, on the west Bur Dubai and to the east Deira. The length of the Dubai creek is 14 km. There are now eight wharfages and each can cater to 31 ships. Only dhows or wooden vessels(…)

Published On: Thursday, August 1st, 2013
Greenwich in London

Greenwich in London

The London Borough of Greenwich was created way back in 1965 by amalgamating the boroughs of Woolwich and Greenwich. The Greenwich area is known for its wealth of historical edifices and most places of tourist interest in Greenwich have a royal connection. One of the attractions of Greenwich London is the Old Royal Naval College,(…)

Published On: Thursday, August 1st, 2013
Bangkok Tour

Bangkok Tour

Bangkok is also known as ‘Krung Thep’ meaning ‘the City of Angels’. Established as the capital of Thailand by King Rama I in 1782, Bangkok is the largest city in Thailand. King Rama I or King Buddha Yodfa very strategically established the capital of Thailand on the opposite side of Chao Phraya River to protect(…)

Published On: Saturday, July 27th, 2013
Dubai Dragon Mart

Dubai Dragon Mart

The Dragon Mart of Dubai is considered as one of the major tourist attractions in Dubai because tourists love to spend time shopping for various trinkets. Dubai Dragon Mart attracts native residents of Dubai as well as of Emirates who are in the habit of picking up some exclusive Chinese products. Lots of foreign retailers(…)

Published On: Saturday, July 27th, 2013
Singapore Tour

Singapore Tour

One of the prettiest destinations of the world, Singapore, in all its beauty and glory, is a sure shot place for vacationing. A holiday here can unfold a deep sense of mystery, comfort, adventure, romance and fun. Brought to world prominence by Sir Stamford Raffles, a 19th century British civil servant, in 1819, Singapore offers(…)

Published On: Friday, July 26th, 2013
Wild Wadi Waterpark , Dubai

Wild Wadi Waterpark , Dubai

Wild Wadi Waterpark is a theme-based water park situated in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) which is built taking an area of around 12 acres. The exotic park comprises of 24 enjoyable rides and slides. Wild Wadi is located in rural Dubai, at the place known as Jumairah, situated along the Jumeirah(…)

Published On: Wednesday, July 24th, 2013
Hatta Village

Hatta Village

As it the name implies, Hatta Village is an artificial mountain village in Dubai which has been set up with a purpose of promoting tourism in that specific area. Hatta Village has been conceptualized as a traditional mountain village constructed in an oasis. Hatta Village is also known as Dubai Heritage Village. And, it is(…)

Published On: Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013
The Grand Mosque

The Grand Mosque

If you are in Dubai, you just can’t forget to visit Grand Mosque. Grand Mosque is located at the Bur Side of Dubai Creek that offers the tranquil atmosphere of the designs of traditional Islamic architecture which is the central designing of the mosque. The Grand Mosque has been built in 1900 A.D. The Grand(…)

Published On: Saturday, July 20th, 2013
The Palm Islands

The Palm Islands

The Palm Islands are sometimes referred to as the Palm Dubai or the Palms. This is basically the cluster of world’s three largest man-made islands that are built on the coastal area of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The entire project is being handled by Al Nakheel Properties or the Nakheel Corporation. This(…)

Published On: Friday, July 19th, 2013
Jumeirah Mosque

Jumeirah Mosque

The Jumeirah Mosque is among the dominating landmarks in the city of Dubai. The building of this mosque has been built in the medieval Fatimid traditional style. The entire structure is made of stone and is a tribute to the present day Islamic architecture. A walk through the buildings and minarets of this mosque at(…)

Published On: Tuesday, July 16th, 2013