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Honeymoon Guide: Where to Stay In Maldives



Welcome to part two of the guide to beautiful Maldives and here’s where we tell you about stunning places to stay, and because it can get hard to choose from the array of places available, we are here to help!First thing necessary to do is to define your budget and travel style before hitting the search button, and so below is where you will hopefully find your honeymoon ideal place that best suits your budget and lifestyle.

Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu (from 534 USD)

The place is 30-minute seaplane flight away from the airport and it is perfect for couples as it offers both privacy and luxury, you can stay in villas that open directly to the stunning turquoise water with private terraces & outdoor seating, free toiletries, a 5-star spa (Coco Spa) and a range of water sports including canoeing and diving.

Adaaran Prestige Ocean Villas (from 530 USD)

Stay in a private villa of your own and enjoy a royal treatment with personal butler services, it delivers couples with pure luxury and all the services you can imagine from Satellite TV to airport transfers.

It’s located on North Male Atoll’s Hudhuranfushi Island which is a 30-min scenic speedboat ride from Male.

Fun Island Resort & Spa Maldives (from 340 USD)

Fun Island Resort is located in South Male Atoll which is a 45-minute speedboat ride from Male International Airport.

If you’re seeking more privacy and would prefer to stay away from busy touristic beaches, then this is the ideal place for you. The resort will provide you with a mandatory transfer, and you will be staying in a huge place with 2 dining options, private balconies and a spa.

Nika Island Resort & Spa, Maldives (from 272 USD)

The resort offers less expensive villas but with the same luxury and coziness that you would be seeking, the place has huge living area with a modern touch.

Naladhu, a private island in the Maldives (from 1,058 USD)

Maldives is pretty on its own, but what is even better is having a place where you can be away from all the cares of the outside world, this incredible property is located on a private island with just 19 houses! I mean talk about privacy done at its best.

Each villa is equipped with latest and most modern technology, there is also a fitness center and a dive center. Don’t worry, if you still like to go out to busy places, there are plenty of near restaurants that are one boat ride away.

Six Senses Laamu

The place is ranked among the best eco-resorts in Southeast Asia, and is located right in the middle of the breathtaking turquoise waters. There are plenty of modern conveniences such as an iPod docking station, a minibar, and an outdoor shower.

The outdoor sun deck also makes a very romantic spot and is where you can catch the sunny and warm weather, in addition to the mesmerizing views of the waters.

It doesn’t really matter which place is the fanciest, what matters is for the place to suit your needs and lifestyle. Once you and your partner agree on what you’re seeking from the tip, the choice will be easy.





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Egypt Set to Participate in Spain’s International Tourism Trade Fair




The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is set to take part in the International Tourism Trade Fair (FITUR) held in Spain, headed by Deputy Minister of Tourism and Antiquities for Tourism Affairs Ghada Shalaby.

This 40th edition of the the fair will launch today in the the capital of Spain, Madrid and will resume until the 26th of January.

The fair is among the top most important international exhibitions across the world which makes Egypt’s participation quite significant, and also a great chance to develop and enhance the Egyptian presence on an international touristic level.

The Deputy Minister of Tourism and Antiquities further explained that a number of intensive meetings will be held on the sidelines of the exhibition’s opening day, which gives Egypt a chance to enhance its image and promote tourism.

The Egyptian pavilion that will be showcased in the exhibition is designed in the form of a Pharaonic temple, but in modern colors, equipped with columns, with hieroglyphic writing. This comes in light of promoting the cultural tourism in a style that suits and appeals to the Spanish tourists.

The fair will witness the participation of 31 participants representing 10 hotels and 20 tourism companies, and EgyptAir will also be participating in the Egyptian pavilion this year.

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King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh Is Heading Soon to Boston




The famed exhibition “King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh”which is currently being displayed at the Saatchi Gallery in London is getting ready to continue its tour with 150 artifacts in Boston.

The news have been made by the Mayor of Boston Martin J. Walsh as he revealed a large statue of the king dressed in his royal outfit, in front of the entire city hall. The exhibition’s official website also confirmed the news.

“Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness King Tut’s stunning treasures before they return to Egypt forever!” The announcement read.

“Nearly 100 years after the discovery that captivated the world, KING TUT: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh — the largest collection of Tutankhamun’s treasures ever to travel out of Egypt — will open at The Saunders Castle at Park Plaza in Boston for a limited engagement beginning Saturday, June 13.” It added.

The exhibition will temporarily take place at Saunders Castle in Park Plaza, as of June 13th. It is then expected to carry out the tour to the Australian Museum in Sydney.

The exhibition will display 150 artifacts are of the boy King’s belongings, in addition to life-sized statute of him, a small shrine, an alabaster cup with beautiful inscription and a number of pots.

The exhibition has already witnessed great success during its previous tours in Paris and Los Angeles, and is now being held at the Saatchi Gallery in west London until May 3rd.


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356 Artifacts From King Tut, Ramses II and Thutmose III Transferred to the GEM




A collection of 356 artifacts have been successfully transferred from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the Grand Egyptian Museum, 37 artifacts from the treasures of the Golden King Tutankhamun were among the collection and are set to be displayed on the grand staircase of the museum.

The artifacts included a pink granite statue of King Ramses II, a black one of King Thutmose III and a naos for King Nectanebo, in addition to a box of quartzite that is used in preserving canopic pots from the collection of King Thutmose III.

Significant artifacts that have been previously transferred included the statues of King Ramses II, Sekhmet and Seti, and a huge pink granite portray of Ramses VI. 

Just last week, the Ministry of Antiquities and Tourism announced that the GEM is done with restoring around 47,000 artifacts from the items in the restoration center of the Grand Egyptian Museum.

And with 50000 artifacts to be displayed, the Grand Egyptian Museum will be the largest in the world dedicated to one civilization only.


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