This is Qatar #Infographic #Qatar #Travel

Did you know? An astounding number of people have moved across the world to settle down in the Middle Eastern peninsula known as Qatar. Whether it’s for job opportunities or adventuring, many have decided to call this sunny paradise their home.

If you’re planning to do the same, there are just five things you should keep in mind before you make the move. These include planning around the weather, braving the inevitable jet lag, knowing the other international folks around you, budgeting your expenses, and of course, knowing all the best places to go!

You can find a to-the-point breakdown of all these factors in the following infographic. Travelling from the end of the world? No problem! Can you spot your country in our population list? Can you see where you’d like to go in the points of interest?

Whether you’re planning a move or are merely curious, look no further than DTZ‘s go-to guide to living in Qatar!

An infographic by DTZ.

The Rise Of The Digital Nomad #Infographic #Digital #Nomad

Ever thought of going to new places in the world but worried that you’d leave your job behind? Technology has narrowed this gap and enabled people to bring their work whatever location they may be. This group of outgoing people call themselves “Digital Nomads.”

These individuals or groups travel the globe in search of unique and exciting destinations that suit whatever niche they’re interested in. Guest writers, travel bloggers, graphic designers and VA’s to name a few, are part those in the growing community of digital nomads.

Open Colleges created this infographic to show the trends and statistics of what is becoming a new way to work and enjoy at the same time. Digital Nomad communities are rapidly growing and people are starting to embrace the kind of work it brings.”

An infographic by OpenColleges.

16 Amazing Facts About Dubai #infographic #Dubai

Dubai is one of the fascinating places around the world where all the shopping, business, employment and entertaining opportunities are clubbed in a single city. Being an economic hub of the Arab countries, it attracts tourist and business people across the globe to come and explore the unlimited possibilities of wealth, glamour and success. The city will mesmerise you with the high towering infrastructures, the artificial yet attractive islands, and the lavish lifestyle of the residents.

The quest of becoming a booming economy has made Dubai to build a series of Islands that are shaped like a palm tree and known as Palm Jumeirah. The fact is quite astonishing that the residents owned only 13 cars back in 1968, which has now increased to 1.5 million cars. Besides improving the lifestyle of the residents, Dubai has done a lot for tourists by owning 7 out of 10 tallest hotels in the world.

With a 0% for both crime and income tax makes the city a place worth living, and that’s why a majority of the population is immigrants. There are other quite amazing facts about Dubai to know that are included in the following infographic to give you a better understanding of the city. This infographic is crafted by the designing team of FME Dubai, which is a leading eCommerce web designing company.

An infographic by fmeextensions.ae.

Things Happening While Flying #infographic #flying

Love the safety of air travel? Someone else is handling the transportation while you just sit back and relax. Or maybe flying fills you with dread. Sure, you understand the physics of flight, but when you’re taxiing at takeoff, Newton’s Third Law seems awfully flimsy. Wherever you fall on the spectrum, you’ve got to acknowledge that there are some really weird situations you can encounter when flying. From making your reservations to landing safely, you want the whole process to go smoothly. And it usually does.

There are surprising hacks that’ll make flying easier before you even set foot on the plane. You know you should book in advance, but 47 days before your flight is the optimum time to get the best seats at the best price. Did you know that some airlines board their plans by check-in times? Don’t be dead last, or you’ll be searching every single overhead compartment for room to fit your bag.

And speaking of bags… Check out the infographic below to learn about the best ways to get through security and more!

An Infographic by stsintelli.com.

Vietnam Travel Guide to Ho Chi Minh City #infographic #Vietnam #travel

Ho Chi Minh City rose up from the small fishing village, Saigon. Under French rule the city prospered, in 1887 it became the capital of Union of Indochina and in 1954 it became the capital of South Vietnam.

Saigon was hit hard by the 1968 Tet Offensive, with hundreds of thousands of refugees seeking housing and food, it was impossible for the city to keep up. In 1975, the city fell back under Communist rule. Saigon would soon be renamed Ho Chi Minh after the former North Vietnamese president (1890-1969). Today, the city is the seat of the Saigon Opera House, War Remnant Museum, and Ho Chi Minh University.

Over the course of many years, the city has become one of the hottest tourist destinations in the world, thanks to its historical value and amazing attractions. Commerce and culture drive the city and give it a modern feel, while some areas are more urban and historical. Whether you wish to explore the culture and cuisine of Vietnam or want to learn about the Vietnam War, you’ll be able to fulfil your desires by visiting this city. During your visit, you’ll definitely want to check out the War Remnants Museum and the fine restaurant establishments throughout the city! Check out this interesting Infographic to have an overview of Ho Chi Minh city.

An Infographic by Viet Fun Travel.