From an empty desert to a well-established, beautiful and largest city of United Arab Emirates, Dubai has been an extremely popular spot for leisure tourists and honeymoon couples. Tourism in Dubai is the major source of inflow of foreign currency in the Emirates because a huge number of tourists from all over the world love visiting this city. The main attraction for tourists and honeymoon couples is shopping but the city has a lot more to offer. If you are looking to spend some quality time with your spouse and there are budgetary constraints, fret not. The option of cheap hotels or economical hotel accommodation in Dubai is also available with top-notch services and facilities. Since shopping in Dubai is worth the money, honeymoon couples usually avoid wasting too much on accommodation. Tripkar brings you a list of honeymoon destinations in Dubai for you to enjoy with your spouse:
London is one of the best places in the world to go for shopping. From distinct shopping areas and colorful shopping streets to quaint little boutiques and thrift stores, shopping in London is a dream come true for everyone. Tripkar (Pakistan’s famous online hotel booking website) brings to you a list of famous places in London to shop till you drop:
Ready for dinner?
An incredible evening, intimate setting, a freshly prepared meal in front of you as the sun sets. All this while hanging suspended from a crane at Dinner in the Sky!
A unique dining experience where you will be strapped in a chair with 21 other guests and once the safety checks are complete the entire eatery is hauled at 150 feet within seconds.
The ancient city of Shehr e Roghan is situated at Lasbela Balochistan, Pakistan. Also known as the City of Caves or City of Jinns, this archaeological town is visited by many to explore its roots and the mystery behind the caves. Shehr e Roghan is isolated from the civilization, many historians believe that the City of Caves was once a huge Buddhist Monastery in the eighth century. However, this place goes back to 1500 B.C and was rediscovered by the British in 1858. Tripkar brings you some interesting information regarding Sher e Roghan also known as Gondrani:
After 10 years, Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) has decided to reopen its motel at Satpara Lake, Skardu. The motel had to be closed because of the construction of Satpara Dam, making it inaccessible for tourists. PTDC Managing Director, Abdul Ghafoor has reported that the motel will be restored introducing new services and facilities, spurring intense competition for other motels located nearby.