September 2016

Tropical rainforest right in the middle of urban Dubai

UAE nature lovers can experience the lush, tropical rain forest right in the middle of urban Dubai as The Green Planet opened their doors for guest this month. The Green Planet at City Walk is a real treat for nature lovers. It realistically mimics the rain forest environment by regulating temperature and humidity levels, and...
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Downtown Dubai to feature driverless cars for tourists

The driver-less vehicles that were first seen in Dubai earlier this year at the second Mena Transport Congress and Exhibition are to be rolled out in Downtown. The box-like vehicles ran exhibitors between sites on a very short pre-programmed route, carrying up to 10 passengers at one time. So successful and popular were the little...
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Explore Seychelles

10 Adventurous things to do in the Seychelles The Seychelles isn’t just for honeymooning lovers, it’s a sanctuary for conservation, where you can see things you won’t find elsewhere in the world, and a playground for adventurers and adrenaline junkies … The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, off East...
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Glass Walkway – Tianmenshan National Park, China

Glass Walkway – Tianmenshan National Park, China   This Glass Walkway is about 4,600 feet above sea level and opened 1 August. The Coiling Dragon Cliff walkway is about 300 feet long, and just 5 feet wide. Even if the walkway were made of wood, metal or concrete, the views of the park would be gorgeously vertigo-inducing....
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SAA Self-Tagging Baggage Service

    South African Airways has commenced with a self-service trial where passengers travelling on domestic flights from OR Tambo International Airport are now able to tag their own luggage at the Self-Service Bag counters.   Passengers departing on the SAA 3 digit flight numbers from OR Tambo International Airport must be in possession of...
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