New to the Souq: KHALIL | Arabic Coffee Cups Made in Palestine

We are SO excited to introduce these stunning Arabic coffee cups made in Palestine to the Pink Jinn Souq. Hand-painted by Palestinian artisans, no two of these Arabic coffee cups are exactly the same. Each one is unique, bearing a beautiful blue and white olive branch design which is bound to spark conversation. The olive … Continue reading New to the Souq: KHALIL | Arabic Coffee Cups Made in Palestine

5 spectacular cultural sites in Iran

2020 is already off to a turbulent start, as the world reacts to the news of the death of Qasem Soleimani, the Major General in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps who was killed on Friday by a US missile attack on Baghdad International Airport. America and Iran have since traded threats, with President Trump even … Continue reading 5 spectacular cultural sites in Iran

4 Things that may surprise you on a first trip to Egypt

Egypt is one of the most thoroughly mythologised countries in the world. In a way this is perhaps only natural given that its history extends back to one of the most impressive and awe-inspiring early civilisations of the human age. Nevertheless, particularly in some western cultures, the idea of what Egypt is, or even what it looks like, has been twisted somewhat by everything from conspiratorial TV shows to animated online video games.

Kasbah Bab Ourika: Paradise Found

If you're visiting Morocco, don't miss a trip to Kasbah Bab Ourika in the Atlas Mountains. Its authenticity and deep connection to the local environment shine through in every detail – from the rose petals scattered on your pillow on arrival to the bowls of home-grown oranges on every table top. Just a stone’s throw from Marrakech, it’s the perfect place to relax, recharge and come back to yourself.

5 reasons to visit Palestine

Palestine is not your typical travel destination, by a long shot. Sure, it is rich in history and culture, has delicious cuisine, is religiously diverse, and contains multiple cosmopolitan city centres full of friendly and open people… but it’s also a zone of conflict, which leads many folks to cross it right off the travel bucket list. Here are five reasons why you should visit Palestine: