Dubai, the United Arab Emirates’ most populous city, is well-known for its incredible architecture. However, Moon World Resorts plans to add another impressive, moon-shaped building.
Located in Siwa Oasis, which is nine hours outside of Cairo, Adrère Amellal has been described as a “remote eco-lodge.” To be more specific, it’s a handcrafted 40-room hotel that blends perfectly into the desert landscape.
Nestled right in the heart of the Wadi Rum desert in Jordan, Memories Aicha Luxury Camp offers guests a chance to spend the night under the stars on Mars.
Do you want to see a work of art that has also broken a world record? If so, Maraya will check both boxes. Maraya is set in AlUla’s — one of the oldest cities in the Arabic peninsula — Ashar Valley desert canyon. It rises from the desert sane like a mirage and is uniquely designed to blend into the landscape.
It’s time to add a trip to Saudi Arabia to your future travel itinerary. The country will soon welcome a new resort, appropriately named Desert Rock, on its west coast.
What does nude modeling have to do with saving a global landmark? American photographer Spencer Tunick is here to explain with his new art installation, which is intended to make a statement about the quickly disappearing Dead Sea.
Castles are elegant, sophisticated, and the stuff of fairy tales. They can also be a bit spooky, though, particularly when they’ve been abandoned for years on the Turkish hillside.
Dubai is one of the most famous cities in the United Arab Emirates, partly because it’s home to some of the world’s biggest show-stopping attractions. Not only does Dubai house the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, but it now also contains the world’s deepest diving pool: Deep Dive Dubai.
Few travel destinations compare to the stunning turquoise thermal pools found in Pamukkale, Turkey. “Pamukkale” translates to “cotton castle” in English. This tiny southwest Turkey town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to 17 exquisite water terraces.
History lessons seem boring at first. However, artist Alessandro Tomasi is on a journey to change that. Tomasi uses modern technology to reconstruct famous faces from history. His work is making the process of learning about the past much more engaging for students of all ages.