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    • New sphinx uncovered in Egypt sphinx-uncovered-egypt

      Some amazing archeological finds involve daring adventures into hidden tombs. Others — as is the case with the discovery of a beautiful new sphinx in Egypt — simply involve a spot of drainage. The newly uncovered sandstone statue, believed to be more than 2,000 years old, was revealed during work to lower the groundwater level in an ancient temple. Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities said on its Facebook page that the sphinx was found on the southeastern side of the Kom Ombo temple near the southern city of Aswan. Images released by the ministry show a classic sphinx, with the body of...

    • Greek archaeologists uncover first remnants of ancient city of Tenea first-remnants-of-ancient-city-of-tenea

      A team of Greek archaeologists has just uncovered the first remnants of a once lost city believed to have been founded by former Trojan prisoners of war in the 12th or 13th century BC. Excavations close to the village of Chiliomodi, in the southern peninsula region of the Peloponnese, unearthed a wide variety of artifacts which indicate the presence of the wealthy ancient city of Tenea.                       Western portion of the excavation site, showing remnants of the city of Tenea Credit: Greek Culture Ministry Boy unearths lost treasure of 10th century...

    • World’s ‘most excellent’ airlines for 2019 revealed by AirlineRatings . com excellence-airlines

       Virgin Australia: Taking fourth place, Virgin Australia also won an award for its Business Class offerings — described as “more first class than business,” One airline has literally gone to great lengths to prove it’s the best in the past 12 months, and it appears to have paid off. Singapore Airlines, which in October triumphantly relaunched the world’s longest nonstop scheduled passenger service, flying from Singapore to New York, has now capped a successful year with a new accolade. The carrier has pipped Air New Zealand to be named Airline of the Year by Australia-based aviation safety and product rating agency...

    • Changbai Mountains an ideal destination for winter getaway changbai-mountain1

      Lying in Antu County of Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture in northeast China’s Jilin Province, Changbai Mountains boast amazing lakes, hot springs and forests. Would you like to see magnificent views of Changbai Mountains in winter? The amazing snow-covered Heavenly Lake and hot spring will provide you a unique experience if you travel there.

    • World’s first underground hotel to open in Shanghai this month worlds-first-undergroud-hotel-shanghai

      The world’s first underground hotel will open to the public on November 20 in Shanghai, according to Xinhua. Located 30 kilometers from the center of the east China metropolis Shanghai, the hotel is built near the Sheshan Mountain National Forest Park and Chenshan Mountain Botanic Gardens. The hotel has been built in a formerly abandoned quarry that plunges 80 meters below the ground level. Of the 18 floors in the hotel, 16 of these are underground, while two floors are completely underwater inside the hotel’s 10-meter deep aquarium. As the world’s first five-star hotel built in a waste crater, the...

    • World’s first underwater hotel residence opens in Maldives maldives-uderwater-hotel

      For once, it’s an opportunity to sleep with the fishes that doesn’t mean you end up like a character in a mob movie. The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island has opened the world’s first-ever underwater hotel residence. More than just a room or a suite (this is the Maldives, after all, so luxury is the name of the game), the two-story villa is set more than 16 feet below the Indian Ocean. Its name is “Muraka,” which means “coral” in the Maldives’ local language Dhivehi. In addition to a bed, shower and the other typical components of a hotel room,...

    • Top Hotels in Asia

      According to the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, the magazine listed 25 top hotels in Asia. The list is part of the survey conducted by the magazine every year. The travel and vacations magazine contains features that provide in-depth coverage of notable tourist destinations around the world including the locations’ tourist attractions, cultural and political issues. According to the travellers’ choice, the magazine listed 25 top hotels in Asia. The list is part of the 30th Reader’s Choice Awards survey conducted by the magazine every year. This year, about 300,000 travellers took part in the reader’s choice award...

    • Mount Fuji has become so congested with tourists that it has reached breaking point mount-fuji

      26 October Tokyo-Being a famous cultural icon and the most picturesque mountain in Japan, Mount Fujiis a must-see for every tourist. The recent bilingual English/Japanese guide has also made hiking a breeze, allowing visitors to easily explore all it has to offer. This increased accessibility, along with other factors, though, have caused an unforeseen complication. Mount Fuji has attracted so many tourists trying to catch a glimpse of the dazzling sunrise on the summit that multiple complaints of overcrowding have been lodged. In an effort to better understand the situation on the mountain, Yamanashi Prefecture has gathered information from surveys and GPS devices...

    • Large wetland park built in Winter Olympic host city

      A large wetland park is under construction near Beijing, and will eventually stand as the largest park in North China by 2020. The Guanting Reservoir National Wetland Park, located about 100 kilometers northwest of Beijing in Huailai county of Zhangjiakou, Hebei province, is set to cover 13,539 hectares with an investment of 3.2 billion yuan ($479 million), according to local authorities in charge of the project. “The main aim is to preserve the environment and improve the water quality of Guanting Reservoir, which is a major source of fresh water to the capital,” said a representative of the plan for...

    • Saudi Arabia plans luxury beach resorts on Red Sea

      Saudi Arabia has launched a massive tourism development project that will turn 50 islands and other sites on the Red Sea into luxury resorts. It hopes to attract both foreign tourists and domestic visitors as part of efforts to diversify the Saudi economy, as oil prices have fallen. Visa restrictions on foreigners are to be eased in the tourist zone. However, it is not clear whether dress codes and other restrictions in the conservative kingdom will be relaxed. Alcohol, cinemas and theatres are prohibited in Saudi Arabia. Women must wear loose-fitting, full-length robes known as “abayas” in public, as...