Hong Kong: Things to Do

In Travel Inspiration by Soumaya

1.Lantau Island Hong Kong may conjure up images of skyscrapers and concrete, but Lantau Island remains relatively unspoiled with an abundance of beautiful indigenous forest. If you enjoy hiking, Lantau peak has a summit of 934m. Stay in a hostel in Ngongping and set …

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A Glimpse of Sardinia’s Inner Beauty 

In Travel Inspiration by Ramy Salameh

  The north east coastline of Sardinia at one stage in the past, was seen by farmers as useless for grazing their cattle. The real bounty lied in the mountainous interior that produced more than the fishing line could. And so the coastal land was …

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Fez Pulsates to a Timeless Rhythm

In Travel Inspiration by Ramy Salameh

Fez, the fabled city of the Maghreb and its ancient landmarks, was the perfect stage for ‘The World Sacred Music Festival’; now in its 22nd year the festival is intricately interwoven with one of Morocco’s great imperial cities. The cultural cross-pollination of sacred music and …

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48 Hours in Tokyo (Part 1)

In Travel Inspiration by Sami Hamdi

The colours, the huge numbers of people, the sunshine, the authentic buildings all around you…This place may be popular with the tourists. But it looks Japanese, feels Japanese, smells Japanese and tastes Japanese.

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Moncef Battikh talks Tunisia

In Travel Inspiration by Interview

Tunisia is arguably the Jewel of the Mediterranean. With its sandy beaches, and a land that boasts all the colours of the rainbow at all times during the year, the country has been host to millions of tourists. Recently, the country has been rocked …

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Marrakech: Maison de la Photographie

In Travel Inspiration by Ramy Salameh

La Maison de la Photographie Standing on the roof terrace of ‘La Maison de la Photographie’ and looking out toward the majestic snowy peaks of the Atlas Mountains, looming like sentries over the city of Marrakech, I realised two things. First, that Morocco’s second …