JOHNNY JET  Many avid travelers may be wondering when we can start traveling again. While we don’t have a definitive answer just yet, some places are inching closer to reopening the skies and roads. The decision ultimately comes down to when medical experts say we have sufficiently succeeded in flattening the curve, and when businesses and local governments think it’s safe...
by JESSICA PUCKETT Transition from working to relaxing with mood lighting, a good decanter, and more. I’ll admit it: Hotel turndown service is one of my favorite parts of traveling. I relish the feeling of coming back to my room after a day of sightseeing or exploring a new city and seeing the small space completely transformed: soothing music piped through the room,...
Check out these great pictures from our readers to show the life in the UAE Manuel Almario, Senior News Editor 1 of 10 Early morning moon from Torch Tower in Dubai MarinaImage Credit: Tim Monkhouse/Gulf News reader 2 of 10 A view of Sheikh Zayed Road in DubaiImage Credit: Catherine Tolentino/Gulf News reader 3 of 10 Empty Etihad Street in SharjahImage Credit: Ashfaq Muhammad/Gulf News reader 4...
Dubai has the gargantuan task of bringing nations back in a celebration of humanity Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi, Special to Gulf News Expo 2020 site in DubaiImage Credit: File photo As the executive committee of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) that oversees the world fairs has agreed to a proposal to postpone Expo 2020 Dubai we can now start working on making what...
The committee to announce the beginning of Ramadan after sighting the crescent moon UAE's moon-sighting committee to meet on Thursday to look for the crescent moon to announce the beginning for Ramadan. Photo for illustrative purpose onlyImage Credit: File Dubai: Ramadan is set to begin on Friday depending on the moon-sighting on Thursday, April 23. The UAE’s moon-sighting committee will meet on Thursday...