middle east

The Middle East may not have peace, but the region is perfect for travelers looking for gorgeous views, rich history, and cultural diversity.

  • jackson gilbert
    Published about 14 hours ago
    Benefits of Renting a Car in Dubai

    Benefits of Renting a Car in Dubai

    The number of people visiting Dubai for sight-seeing or on vacation keeps on increasing. Also, the number of people who are coming to Dubai to work is increasing. Dubai has become an economic giant, and that is not only because of its oil reserves. Now, the architectural industry of Dubai is blooming too, and investors from all over the world are eyeing Dubai.
  • Ann Marie Louie
    Published 3 months ago
    Beautiful Lebanon

    Beautiful Lebanon

    Perhaps one would think I am out of my mind for wanting to visit this country.
  • Osei Agyemang
    Published 3 months ago
    The Great Valley of Elah—The Region of the Battlefield!

    The Great Valley of Elah—The Region of the Battlefield!

    I remember what I heard when I was a cute, little boy about the story of David and Goliath. I was so fascinated about the trend of the story, especially when little David overpowered the giant Goliath. The Valley of Elah is exactly where this 3,000 year old show took place. It is widely identified as the place of the battle between David and Goliath. So what is Elah? Elah means terebinth, a Mediterranean tree which is found in this area. Situated here is a small stream right in the center of the Valley.
  • Rosalyn Josephine Burgess
    Published 8 months ago
    Afghanistan

    Afghanistan

    In my last post, I addressed the various countries that I wish to go to, but due to their laws, I wouldn’t feel secure going to those places.
  • Jacob Brown
    Published 11 months ago
    The Holy Land

    The Holy Land

    As I write this, I'm on a flight across the Atlantic Ocean back to the states. I'm returning from Israel, otherwise known as "The Holy Land", "The Land of Milk and Honey", "יִשְׂרָאֵל", or as the U.N. likes to call it, "Debated Territory".
  • Seema Gupta
    Published 2 years ago
    Top 5 Factors to Keep in Mind When Buying a House in Hyderabad

    Top 5 Factors to Keep in Mind When Buying a House in Hyderabad

    Be it commercial or residential, there is a consistent rise in the number of buyers. The supportive state policies, such as ease of doing business, availability of infrastructure like metro, and deserving talent pool have made the city a centerpoint for multinationals and conglomerates in India. However, when talking about buying a house, the following are the five factors that you should look consider beforehand.
  • James Menzies
    Published 2 years ago
    Reflections on a Week in Israel

    Reflections on a Week in Israel

    Almost four years on from my Israel trip and I’m still missing Tel Aviv. Recently, I’ve been replaying parts of the holiday in my mind, and feeling lucky that I got the chance to visit such an interesting and beautiful place.
  • Hediye K
    Published 2 years ago
    Why Visit Turkey

    Why Visit Turkey

    One place I’ve always wanted to visit was the country of Turkey, or Türkiye, in Turkish. Turkey is one of those wonders of the world that many people seem to not know enough of, or know some stuff but not entirely accurately.
  • Andrew Reid Wildman
    Published 2 years ago
    Journey to Israel's Civil Defence Front Line

    Journey to Israel's Civil Defence Front Line

    Travellers seldom select new towns. What attraction is to be found in the shadow of concrete boxes? It pays to make an exception, however, for it is here that people live with their stories, vitality, and living history. On a recent trip, I decided to visit Sderot, a 1950s new town that sits on the border of the Gaza strip, a town made notorious by incessant rocket attacks. It was hardly an onerous journey; a mere hour by train from Tel Aviv.
  • Archie Swenson
    Published 2 years ago
    Why You Should Make Iran Your Next Travel Destination

    Why You Should Make Iran Your Next Travel Destination

    Last year, I was fortunate enough to undertake a 15 day tour of Iran.
  • Yat Yu
    Published 2 years ago
    Travel Safe: How to Dress in Iran

    Travel Safe: How to Dress in Iran

    After spending ten months traveling around the world, I must say that Iran was one of my favorite countries to travel. It is a lovely country with rich, cultured background and extremely friendly people. I will strongly encourage anyone to visit this wonderful place in the world. However, many are concerned about the safety, especially for solo female travelers. I have visited Iran twice, once on my own and the second time I brought my friends. We were absolutely safe on our trips and many other travelers were too. Here is some advice on what to wear in this Islamic country.
  • Cato Conroy
    Published 2 years ago
    Things You Should Know Before Traveling To Saudi Arabia

    Things You Should Know Before Traveling To Saudi Arabia

    The Middle East is one of the few places where travelers often feel intimidated about going to. It's common knowledge that going to the wrong country, or even the wrong region, without knowing customs can get you into serious trouble.