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  1. Thread: Oman Across Ages Museum

    Post by: Oksana
    Located in Nizwa, the crossroads of Oman, the Oman Across Ages Museum Project is a cultural and educational hallmark for locals and visitors. Commissioned by Sultan Qaboos bin Said al-Said, the museum is a celebration of the country's economic, cultural and social renaissance since the 1970s.

    Oman Tourism College recently welcomed representatives from Oman Across Ages Museum for a campus tour, and discussions on future collaborations in tourism.

  2. Thread: Angkor Lake of Wonder

    Post by: Oksana
    ‘Angkor Lake of Wonder’ Not Suitable Next to Temples, Ministry Says

    NagaCorp’s plan to build a resort town – the Angkor Lake of Wonder – just outside the Angkor Archaeological Park in Siem Reap has been rejected, with the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts ruling in line with recent warnings that the development could impact Angkor’s status as a World Heritage-listed site.

    The government did not want a $350-million project that “seemed like Disneyland” near the most important cultural site in the country.

    “It impacts with environment and the heritage, so we do not allow,” Sum Map, secretary of state of Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts, told CamboJA. “The government’s stance is to protect the value of Angkor, so any project that impacts Angkor or the environment will not be allowed.”

    UNESCO, which listed Angkor for preservation in 1992, issued a statement in February to raise concerns about the project affecting the site’s “outstanding universal value.”

    The Angkor Lake of Wonder – with a water park, theme park, a Chinatown and two hotels – had been billed as Cambodia’s “twin tourism icons” alongside NagaWorld in Phnom Penh.

    UNESCO said that it appreciated the government’s decision to block the development.
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    It's a new year, it's a new ship, it's a new island for YOU!

    Lighthouse Point is really something spectacularly!
    First inspiration is the living nature of Lighthouse Point itself. The second inspiration is cultural.

    Be like a local... feel it!

    Let us show a small part of it:
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