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The government has eased restrictions on tourist visas which had mandated a two-month gap between consecutive visits by foreign nationals.
However, nationals of Afghanistan, China, Iran, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan, Bangladesh, foreigners of Pakistani and Bangladeshi origin and “stateless persons” will continue to come under the 60-day gap rule. The move is likely to breathe fresh life into the tourism Continue Reading…
For the independent budget traveller,Pakistan is definitely a country of two halves. Northern Pakistan – and particularly the stunning Karakoram Highway – has got to be a must-do on the list of any independent traveller with a sense of adventure. The south of the country, however, is a different kettle of fish, with more security risks, extreme heat Continue Reading…
Air travel with kids can be highly stressful if you fail to plan it well. With the holiday season approaching soon, here’s an air travel survival kit for flying with children. Bon Voyage!
Implement a reward system
Before you head to the airport, sit with your kids and work out a reward system in which they get points for behaving well as travellers. It will include things like Continue Reading…
We break down the top ten global shipping companies in the world. Also, which company handles your parcel the most carefully?
Before reading this feature, be sure to check this story and others in June’s issue of our digital magazine. Trust us, it’s way cooler!
10.) Japan Post Service
Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
As part of state-owned superpower Japan Post Holdings, a company that was ranked No. 6 in the Fortune Global 500 in 2010, the Japan Post Service is one of four main divisions that helped generate over $200 billion in 2009. Previously part of a government-owned mail monopoly, the Japan Post shipping company has plans to go fully private Continue Reading…
Qatar Airways said on Tuesday it will launch its third route in Iraq in early 2013.
The southern city of Najaf, home to the holy Imam Ali mosque, will join the capital Baghdad and northern city of Erbil, two routes launched earlier this year, on January 23.
The addition of Najaf takes Qatar Airways’ frequency to Iraq from eight flights to 12 services a week.
The Doha-based airline will operate four-flights-a-week non-stop Continue Reading…
Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation’s official website is again caught displaying adsense ads. This is not the first time when tourism.gov.pk is found displaying adsense ads to make few bucks – in fact they have done this in past too but had removed ads when wefirst reported about it an year ago.
www.tourism.gov.pk is considered to be an official gateway to Pakistan’s tourism corporation and having .gov domain it becomes a government property.
It is likely that the webmaster responsible for managing this website Continue Reading…