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City Edge Developments was granted the sole development rights for New Alamein City by the Ministry of Housing and New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA)
Massar Egbari is to hold first on-line concert in March
According to the recently released list and survey of Euromonitor International Research in 2018, Dubai got ranked as the world’s most visited city by tourists.
Egypt must fill its calendar with events in all sectors to create “touristic demand”, says Travco Group Vice Chairman
School year influencing park visits rather than violence and demonstrations, says Dolphin Park director
For the first time in the region, the service gives film and TV series lovers access to a variety of media for a monthly subscription of $10 (EGP 72)
Since its release in 2006 Wii has sold more than 100 million units in the world.
Global “edutainment” brand KidZania opens in Cairo, with more than EGP 145m investments, to provide kids unique educational and entertainment experience
While stuck at home here are some classic movies that deal with the same subject, albeit very different circumstances
At the start of the month most venues around town are keeping their options open when it comes to the traditional evening entertainment during Ramadan.
The edutainment concept of KidZania teaches children about the real world by learning about jobs, money and social responsibility
I love The Shining. I’ve probably seen it more times than any other film. Watching Jack Nicholson go totally unheimlich and attempt to murder his family in an eerie, empty hotel in the middle of nowhere just seems to have a calming effect on me. Greatest horror movie ever made? I’m still going for The …
Arbitrage, Red Dawn, and Rise of the Guardians
CirCairo 2012 opened with dazzling performances in front of the Abdeen Palace last Thursday.
A tour around Egypt’s amazing spas
Luxor to host the first Egyptian and European Film Festival
Featuring Naguib Mahfouz, Om Kalthoum, Mahmoud Mokhtar and others, Egyptian doodles continue to interact with Egyptians
While political debate in Egypt had at one point taken on a sense of political tele-drama it has still somehow been eclipsed by television’s entertainment dramas