Category: Tourism Spot

Incredible American tourist attractions lost forever


America is packed with incredible tourist attractions, but some sadly haven’t been preserved for posterity. Over the centuries, both mankind and Mother Nature have wreaked havoc on the USA’s landmarks, from natural wonders to opulent theaters and monuments. Here we take a look at the greatest American attractions that have been lost forever.




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Arches National Park unfolds across eastern Utah, all rocky red terrain

Israel, Opening to Fully Vaccinated Tourists

As The Philippines overcomes COVID-19, ZEN Rooms will keep you updated with the latest Philippines tourism news so that you know when it’s time to pack your bags and when it’s time to stay home and stay safe. From GCQ news to Philippines travel restrictions and re-opening of destinations, follow this blog for the latest travel news in the Philippines in 2021.  

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Israel, Opening to Fully Vaccinated Filipinos, Foreign Tourists starting May 23

April 15, 2021

Good news for the travelers who are itching to explore the world again! Israel will open for foreign tourists but

Former Prime Minister Narasimha Rao’s native village to be turned into tourism spot

Telangana is planning to construct a memorial tourism site at former Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao’s village exhibiting his life and struggles. Rao’s native village is Vangara in Warangal. 

State tourism minister V Srinivas Goud visited Vangara and revealed the plan for the development of the village as a tourism spot. He said, “The village would be recognised globally to mark the centenary celebrations of late Narasimha Rao.”

To continue educating and inspiring the country and its younger generations of  Rao’s personality, the building where he lived will be developed into a museum which will have a photo gallery exhibiting

Tourism industry looks for help from state

Apr. 9—BOSTON — The tourism industry is pushing lawmakers for more help for hotels, attractions and other hospitality businesses that have been hammered by the pandemic.

On Friday, regional tourism officials told a legislative panel they need more marketing funds and other support to attract more visitors as the state reopens.

Ann Marie Casey, executive director of the North of Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau, said travel tourism is down more than 50% from normal levels in Massachusetts, which is a much bigger loss than the national average.

“That translates into more than $15 billion in spending losses, $451 million

Tourists return to Greensboro Science Center as center rebounds for COVID slump; ‘It is really looking hopeful for the future’

Sunny skies, warm weather, and an effective vaccine. It’s the perfect springboard for North Carolina’s tourism industry after a dramatic drop in spending.

The path to return to normal finally feels within reach for local tourist attractions.

“I think spring break, coupled with the beautiful weather that we’ve had, coupled with people being vaccinated and including the capacity restrictions being lifted, it really worked out well for us,” said Erica Brown, with the Greensboro Science Center.

People are slowly starting to make travel plans again. Dantonio Mauney’s family planned a trip from Roanoke, Virginia, to Greensboro. It was their first