Kings Park and Botanic Gardens – Largest inner City Park in World

It won’t be fair if you visit Perth and don’t visit Kings Park and Botanic Gardens which are visited by more than five million people each year. Covering an area of approximately 4.06 square km, it’s one of largest inner city parks in the world. It’s main attractions include botanic gardens, splendid view of Perth city skyline, several war memorials, walkways, parklands and restaurants. Continue reading Kings Park and Botanic Gardens – Largest inner City Park in World

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Sandstorm in Saudi Arabia

While living in Saudi Arabia, I have encountered a natural phenomenon several times which I never experienced before. People living in middle east are quite familiar with it. Yup, sand storms – which are quite common here and could be as frequent as once in a month. Continue reading Sandstorm in Saudi Arabia

Visiting Qatar from Saudi Arabia by Road

An added benefit of living in Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia is that one can visit other nearby GCC countries by road. Most of these states offer visit visa on arrival to GCC residents of certain professions. During my stay in Khobar (Saudi Arabia), I have visited Bahrain several times as it’s just at an hour drive from my current city. You can read more about my Bahrain experiences by clicking here. However, Qatar is relatively far from Khobar. Continue reading Visiting Qatar from Saudi Arabia by Road