Bucharest

Romania

Places to visit / Hotels / Shopping / Halal Restaurant / Mosques

VIEW CITY GUIDE

Geneva

Switzerland

Places to visit / Hotels / Shopping / Halal Restaurant / Mosques

VIEW CITY GUIDE

Larnaca

Cyprus

Places to visit / Hotels / Shopping / Halal Restaurant / Mosques

VIEW CITY GUIDE

Isfahan

Iran

Places to visit / Hotels / Shopping / Halal Restaurant / Mosques

VIEW CITY GUIDE

Damascus

Syria

Places to visit / Hotels / Shopping / Halal Restaurant / Mosques

VIEW CITY GUIDE

Melbourne

Australia

Places to visit / Hotels / Shopping / Halal Restaurant / Mosques

VIEW CITY GUIDE

Latest Special Offers
Special hotel offer for Bangkok, Thailand - only $300 for 5 nigh...

Here is a special offer from Al Meroz hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. Stay for 5 nights in this 4-star hotel and pay only $60 per night. All taxes are included. The price includes free breakfast. This hotel does not serve alcohol and is family friendly. All food in this hotel is Halal. For the best rates please click here....

Summer specials at Address Hotels and Resorts, Dubai...
Four Seasons Cairo Nile Plaza offers 30% discounts...
Dubai Summer Surprises sales extravaganza launched...
Discover A New City
Barcelona
Spain
Copenhagen
Denmark
Tokyo
Japan
Sanaa
Yemen
Makkah
Saudi Arabia
Los Angeles
United States
Latest Travel News
Family summer holiday destinations...
Iconic Sheraton Cairo reopens after extensive renovation...
Qatar Airways launches direct flights to Skopje...
Muslim Information
Featured sights to see

Little Italy

Chicago, United States

Like most major cities, Chicago experienced a large influx of Italian immigrants in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  The Italian immigrant population went from 1,357 in 1880 to a peak of 74,000 in 1930.  They proliferated throughout the metro area, but the focus was around Grant Street on the Near West Side.  By the 1930s, the neighborhood was home to a host of Italian resta...

Frick Collection

New York, United States

During his time, Henry Clay Frick was one of the most despised men in America.  He was a steel magnate and one of the founders of U.S. Steel.  Among other things, he was partially responsible for the Johnstown Flood, which killed more than 2,000 people, and his anti-labor efforts led to the death of sixteen men during the Homestead Strike.  Frick was also an avid art collector, and after his death...

Newstead House

Brisbane, Australia

This house was built in 1846 and is Brisbane’s best known heritage site. Inside you’ll find period antiques, Victorian furnishings, clothes and displays. Phone: 3216 1846 Website: www.newsteadhouse.com.au Location: Breakfast Creek Road     Newstead Opening Times: Mon-Thurs 10am to 4pm Admission: adult/child $6/5 ...

Coptic Museum

Cairo, Egypt

The Coptic Museum was built in 1910 to trace the history of Christianity in Egypt. Some of the highlights include Coptic textiles, ancient paper (known as papyri) with writings from the Gnostic gospels of Nag Hammadi, carved ivories, and Nubian paintings from the flooded villages of Lake Nassar. The setting of the museum is pleasing to the eye with florid designs and centered in a garden. &nbs...

Travel Articles
Unwrapping the secrets of Yangon...

Peering out of the Emirates Boeing 777-300ER flight from Dubai to Yangon, you can see the lazy river. A muddy, sludgy, squidgy creek. Meandering. That is the Irrawaddy – the river that Kipling’s famous Road to Mandalay poem glorifies. No fishes jumping skywards.  No hathis pilin’ teak. Just a snake like river engorged with sand and silt making its way past green paddy fields to the sea. ...

Honeymoon in Thailand...
Beirut: the Chic City...