People took pictures amid waist-high blossoms in every imaginable hue of orange, pink, yellow and purple at California's famous flower fields in Carlsbad as it opened to the public.
Clutching a small saw, Syrian volunteer Rana Jreij cut away at bushes growing up the centuries-old walls of one of the world's most famous Crusader castles, Krak des Chevaliers.
An 18-metre "Gundam" robot that can walk and move its arms was unveiled in Japan on Monday amid hopes that it will help invigorate tourism hit by COVID-19.
Oman will exempt nationals of 103 countries from needing an entry visa for a stay of up to 10 days, police said on Wednesday, in a move to support tourism and shore up its struggling economy.
On a query about the overall standards of living 87 per cent Karachiites declared the same for the upbringing of their children. As many as 75 per cent elicited their preference for spending life after retirement, while 73 per cent declared their preference for Karachi owing to better employment opportunities.
The coronavirus-induced shutdown of Fiji's tourism industry is not the only crisis in the Coral Coast paradise, with climate change posing a longer-term threat to the region's marine environment.
The European Commission is working on a "Digital Green Pass" that would provide proof of vaccination and COVID-19 test results, with the aim of making travel easier for people in the European Union and abroad. The pass may be available from June, but countries are already getting ready for tourists.
Taking place from May 16 to 19, this year’s event has 1,300 exhibitors from 62 countries including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy, Germany, Cyprus, Egypt, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, the Maldives, the Philippines, Thailand, Mexico and the US, underscoring the strength of our reach.
Hundreds of cars crowded roads linking Saudi Arabia and Bahrain on Monday, as Riyadh permitted citizens vaccinated against COVID-19 to travel abroad more than a year after barring external trips.