Surprising New Travel Vacation spot

There are various people all around the world who make it a point to save some amount of money to allow them to go on vacations throughout their vacation breaks. Touring is certainly easier today and there’s no doubt about that. It enriches and broadens our outlook towards different fellow human beings. The capital city of West Java province, Bandung is a city that’s gaining traction as a artistic vacation spot. As a member of the UNESCO Creative City network, Bandung strives to showcase the diversity of cultures via creative design and solutions. In reality, Bandung’s financial actions are design-associated, with graphic design, style and digital media being the top three sectors.

Journey journey does not mean putting your self in any danger. These holidays can embody doing daring issues like sky diving or swimming with sharks, and the businesses will show you how to plan the perfect activity holidays on the planet. But adventure journey is actually all about getting up close to real places and actual individuals. You’ll meet great people who will probably turn out to be lifelong associates, and you’ll actually catch the journey bug. Anais Nin’s quote about touring on a relentless search for things …

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Norwegian cuts 1,600 jobs as government rejects funding plea | News

Norwegian has furloughed a further tranche of employees and announced new reductions in capacity.

The decision follows a move by the government of Norway to deny the low-cost carrier further financial support yesterday.

Norwegian argues its operations are unsustainable in light of travel restrictions imposed in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic which actively discourage passengers from travelling.

The consequences of the government-imposed travel restrictions are critical and Norwegian needs to keep its running costs to a minimum, while the company continues to work on solutions to survive.

“Following the disappointing announcement from the government, we have no choice but to furlough an additional 1,600 colleagues and park 15 of the 21 aircraft we have operated the past months.

“Recently government-imposed travel restrictions have effectively stifled any hope of a stable and progressive recovery, Norwegian has been hit from all sides by factors outside of our control,” said Norwegian chief executive, Jacob Schram.

“This is a sad day for everyone at Norwegian and I sincerely apologise to all our colleagues that are now affected, but there is no other alternative.”

He added: “Prior to Covid-19, Norwegian employed more than 10,000 people, but the coming months there will be only

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Palm Fountain to celebrate Diwali this year | News

The Palm Fountain will welcome Diwali this coming week, with the record-breaking attraction set to put on a one-off performance to celebrate the festival.

In addition to the dancing fountain, an amazing firework show is set to light up the skies of Dubai on November 13th.

The impressive fountains shoot up to 105 metres high and are choreographed along with over 3,000 LED lights.

There are two giant floating platforms that cover almost 14,000 square feet.

For the occasion of Diwali, the performance has been choreographed to dance to classic and contemporary Bollywood tunes and Hindi pop songs.

The fountain show will take place at 21:00.

Following the show, a firework display will take place which will illuminate the night sky.

Diwali is a four to five-day-long festival which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and some Buddhists every autumn.

It is also known as the festival of lights and coincides with the Hindu New Year.

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Oceania winners at the World Travel Awards unveiled | News

World Travel Awards has unveiled its Oceania 2020 winners to coincide with its inaugural Oceania Winners Day.

The untamed wilderness, golden beaches and laid-back charms of New Zealand helped it lift the title of ‘Oceania’s Leading Destination’, with its adrenaline hub Queenstown voted ‘Oceania’s Leading City Destination’.

French Polynesia, with its mesmerising atolls and marine life, was named ‘Oceania’s Leading Dive Destination’.

Australia cemented its reputation as the definitive thrill-seekers paradise to secure ‘Oceania’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination’.
Melbourne won ‘Oceania’s Leading Meetings & Conference Destination’.

In the hospitality sector, Millbrook Resort, New Zealand fended off a tough field to emerge as ‘Oceania’s Leading Hotel’ whilst Pacific Resort Aitutaki, Cook Islands claimed ‘Oceania’s Leading Resort’.

Sydney’s über-hip Ovolo Woolloomooloo took ‘Oceania’s Leading Boutique Hotel’, whilst Samoa’s Seabreeze Resort was acknowledged with the title for ‘Oceania’s Most Romantic Resort’.

New arrival on Oceania’s luxury hospitality scene, the Ritz-Carlton, Perth was named ‘Oceania’s Leading New Hotel’.

Meanwhile InterContinental Hotels & Resorts claimed the title for ‘Oceania’s Leading Hotel Brand’, and the eco credentials of InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa, French Polynesia were recognised with ‘Oceania’s Leading Green Hotel’.

In the aviation sector, Air New Zealand lifted ‘Oceania’s Leading Airline’, whilst

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