The Intercontinental Madinah - Dar Al Iman Hotel is ideally located adjacent to the Holy Prophet's Mosque plaza. The hotel is just 20 minutes drive from Prince Mohammad bin Abdul Aziz Airport, Madinah. The Taiba Mall and the Bin Dawood Supermarket are located next to the property. The hotel offers rooms with air conditioning and satellite TV. The King Abdulaziz Library is only a 10-minute walk. All rooms are equipped with minibars, safes and private bathrooms. Some rooms have views of the Holy Mosque of the Prophet Muhammad. Guests can benefit from the convenient 24-hour reception and a laundry service. The Rotana restaurant serves a variety of Arabian and international cuisine.
Pakistan may be not much think-able for many travellers due to the severe image created by local and international media, but there is a lot of interest to Visit Pakistan. Pakistan is the real India where everything began, the Indus civilisation, the scripts of Ragveda, The Buddhism and the language Sanskrit were all started here.... Continue Reading →
Recently I had a chance to fly Thai Airways and enjoy some of its premium services, which includes the usage of Thai Airways' flagship Royal Silk business class lounge at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport's Concourse D and a complimentary spa treatment, so without much ado let me begin the review. Royal Silk Business Class Lounge is clouted in the middle of... Continue Reading →
Nestled on a picturesque cliff headland south of Pattaya, the InterContinental Pattaya Resort offers sweeping views across the stunning Gulf of Siam
Being retold by countless Sufi poets and writers the influence of the legend of Farhad is not limited to literature, but permeates the whole of Persian culture, including folklore and the fine arts.
I got the travel bug when I was quite young. My parents took me and my sister out of school and we traveled all over the world. It was an eye-opening experience and, although I love Pakistan, I also enjoy visiting new countries. I don't get homesick. I just see too many people retire and... Continue Reading →
A dark blot on humanity that is often ignored, or that we turn a deaf ear and a blind eye to, is human trafficking. Much of the developed world is either unaware or doesn’t want to think about the horrors of the evil that permeates society. Young people, mostly girls, but boys, too, are... Continue Reading →
Here I am with my all new blog, something that I may term as a socializing coffee partner. At times I used to think that what may be my mission in life? For sure it is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and... Continue Reading →