Beirut has witnessed a remarkable growth, snatching 81 percent of the tourists shopping.
Aqaba’s strategic location and the presence of its port that historically facilitated deals are also additional reasons to make the region flourish.
The 7,000 square meter land plot will be a hub of casual dining, nightlife, and all-age entertainment.
Every Thursday night, local and international chefs, farmers, cooks, winemakers and other food lovers will share their passions, their stories, their dreams and a dinner.
The project also features a chocolate making training and coaching center.
Cairo topped the list of the must-see Culture destinations, whereas Oman has broken into the Adventure destinations’ list.
Wellness, hospitality, and travel are converging in diverse and unprecedented ways.
Edible flowers, Seitan, Manaeesh, Heme, and Poke are also hot.
The project is developed by Marsa Properties, which is wholly owned by the Ajman Government
291 restaurants from across the world were featured in the guide.
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