Moving to a new country comes with its fair share of financial implications. While a salary hike and lifestyle upgrade may drive your decision to relocate, the ground reality can be a bit more complicated. The team over at Souqalmal.com have put together this list of the top five financial aspects to consider if you’re headed for a stint in the UAE, to help make your transition a smooth one.
With Christmas just around the corner, we thought we’d put together a Wishlist for Arabic students / anyone interested in the Middle East! We’ve got the perfect selection of stocking fillers from, or inspired by the Middle East and North Africa, with an emphasis on products and brands that support local creatives or social causes.
As a western woman, it can be hard to know what to wear when travelling in the Middle East. After virtually every trip I’ve taken to the region I’ve been asked what I wear and whether I've needed to cover up. I get the impression that confusion over what’s appropriate and what’s not massively discourages … Continue reading What to wear when travelling the Middle East
The Middle East and North Africa are home to some of the world’s best natural beauty recipes and rituals. These seven beauty secrets have been used across the region for centuries by the likes of original beauty queens Cleopatra and the Queen of Sheba. They are now being bottled and sold by some of the … Continue reading 7 natural beauty secrets from the Middle East and North Africa
Prepare to meet three young Moroccans who are dominating the bloggersphere - all the while giving their followers a virtual tour of one of the world's most beautiful countries... Yusra Idrissi Fancy a trip to Morocco? Forget the Lonely Planet Guide, all you need is Yusra's blog, Moroccan Musthaves. Yusra's life is every traveller's dream, … Continue reading 3 young Moroccan bloggers taking the internet by storm
You might be craving hungover falafel after a heavy weekend or perhaps looking for the perfect spa treatment to end a tough day. Or maybe you’re simply looking for a culture-filled way to spend an afternoon or an undercover shisha to take the edge off those thunderstorms forecasted… Whatever the case, Pink Jinn’s got you covered … Continue reading 6 Ways to Experience the Middle East without leaving London
If you’re travelling or living in Jordan, these 4 fabulous foodies have all the advice you need to satisfy any craving! Whatever you fancy – authentic Levantine cuisine, pizza, sushi, chocolate drenched crêpes or something a little greener and healthier – they know ALL the best places to eat in the Kingdom. The Two Tasters … Continue reading 4 Foodies to Follow in Jordan
Morocco’s tourist trail is certainly well trodden. The more intrepid traveller might think twice about visiting such a popular holiday destination, picturing exclusive hotels and pools that could exist anywhere else in the world. True, Morocco is frequented by those seeking a few days of sunshine, barely venturing outside of their suburban complex or resort. … Continue reading Morocco: Echoes of the Orient
@jonathankingston Jonathan Kingston is an American photographer working for Nat Geo Travel and National Geographic Creative. He specialises in storytelling through his photos, and his Instagram provides a collection of his “stories” from all over the world. @osbakir Ömer Serkan Bakir is a Turkish photographer and Editor in Chief of Fotograf magazine, based in Istanbul. … Continue reading 5 Instagram Accounts to Satisfy Your Wanderlust
Yogi-sthaan, Bangalore Little can prepare you for the overwhelming sights, sounds and smells that epitomise India: the dazzling colours, towering temples, the tantalising smell of spices and the hustle and bustle of one billion Indians going about their lives. India is a country that never stops to catch its breath. Except, that is, at Yogi-sthaan. … Continue reading A Moment of Calm in a City of Noise