The photo was taken in my hometown of Travnik, a small historical town in the picturesque heart of Bosnia. It offers a variety of activities to tourists. They can start by visiting the museum of the Bosnian Nobel-prize winner Ivo Andrić [who was an acclaimed literalist] and later they can take a break on the spring of ''Plava Voda'' [also known as blue water] where the photo was taken. The place is constantly visited by tourists where they enjoy local cuisine and drink the famous ''Lutvina kahva'' (a brand of coffee). ''Plava Voda'' is a place where photographers enjoy their passion and take such beautiful photos in this brilliant atmosphere on Bosnia.
Royal Plaza on Scotts Hotel - It's a five word definition to luxury, comfort and absolute bliss. With its central location at Orchard Road, this smoke-free hotel offers great value with free internet, minibar, local calls and gourmet Nespresso coffee being offered in all 511 rooms. The sumptuous cuisine offered in its award-winning buffet restaurant is sure to delight you.
This was pretty evident at the 3rd edition of the American Muslim Consumers Conference (AMCC). It was also obvious that AMCC is on a pioneering path to build itself as the premier platform to bring all stakeholders to facilitate the development of this segment in the US.
Guests and business travelers at Grand Mercure Roxy, Singapore have yet another reason to smile. From January 2012, all guests will have access to complimentary unlimited in-room broadband wired and wireless high-speed internet connection in all rooms and public areas within the hotel premises.
Whether for keeping in touch with their family or conducting business away from the office, easy and immediate access to the internet has become a must-have for travelers. Business travelers rank quality, high-speed internet access as one of the must have guest room attributes. By giving complimentary internet access to their guests Grand Mercure Roxy Singapore is going one step further in it's commitment to better serve their customers.
tapping the huge potential of the growing Muslim consumer market, the country's cultural heritage and strategic geographic location, according to Amir Sakic, the head of the regional halaal certification institution - the Agency for Halaal Quality Certification.
The halaal hospitality industry caters to the needs of Muslim families who abide by Sharia rules. The most strict halaal hotels do not serve alcohol or pork; they have prayer facilities and separate swimming pools and spa facilities for men and women.
A new book has been published specifically for the local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to assist in their quest to penetrate the international Halal arena, by offering Halal industry reports, analysis and statistics as well as listing of premium Halal-certified businesses worldwide.
Called The International Halal SME Report Directory 2011/12, the book provides a wealth of information for the local SME such as the need to be as hard working, technology savvy and have strong business alliances to succeed, just as any other businesses within any other industries.
"Halal business is unique for its religious dimension, but it cannot escape the same law of gravity in an economic world that is applicable to all businesses," according to a report entitled 2010: The Prologue of Halal Era, published within the book.