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The concert is considered an effort to restore tourism and encourage foreigners to visit Egypt
Red Sea residents polish up their bikes to show the safety of the area
The seaside units are expected to be constructed by 2015
Hurghada airport receives 117 flights on Monday
Egyptian NGO protects the resources of and around the Red Sea
Parkour is a philosophy, a martial art, and a sport
Red Sea governor announces plan to move slums ‘away from touristic areas’
HEPCA organises a beach and underwater cleanup of a popular island in the Red Sea
The company seeks to expand the number of services offered to its clients, by facilitating direct flights between a number of Egypt’s tourist cities and Arab and European capitals throughout the region
Plunges ten places in World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index
The dispute involved the Red Sea governorate and the Egyptian-Saudi Arabian Company for Mediterranean Investments
Vast numbers of locusts targeted areas of Upper Egypt, Hamata, Baranis, Sheikh al-Shazly in the southern Red Sea Governorate, around 3.6 million hectares of agricultural lands are at risk invasion by the swarms, the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation described the situation “threatening”
Nile Petroleum will become the primary distributor of Shell marine lubricants in Egypt, serving ships passing through the Suez Canal
Turkish Airlines’s recent addition of Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh as new flight destinations is a good example of faith in Egypt
Tamer Emad, an Egyptian British talent
Tourism enhancement concert stirs controversy
Protesters face violence by security forces, FJP members and unidentified assailants
The budding dance community on the Egyptian Red Sea is becoming more popular as the host for small, exotic, inexpensive dance getaways for both the experienced and the novice dancer. And the close proximity of Hurghada to Europe and other Middle Eastern countries and the relatively cheap travel packages makes it an excellent spot for a holiday where you can dance to your heart’s delight.
Today’s Kizomba music has an easy beat, features the Portuguese language, and is slow and very modern-sounding. Its dance steps come directly from Semba, but the dancers are much closer and the dance can incorporate elements borrowed from Tango.
In 2009 El Sawy decided against closing the bowling alleys and decided to “rebrand, renovate and re-launch” and Bounce! Bowling and More surprised everyone by becoming highly popular.
In the resort city power cuts are exacerbated by airport police officers and security guard strikes
The logical step was to let the NGS evolve into an online business where people can browse through the products and learn about their benefits, place their orders and receive them at their homes at their convenience.