There is no other destination that takes tourism as seriously as Dubai does. There is nothing that cannot be found in Dubai, be it food, drinks, nightlife, desert life, adventure, technology, infrastructure and so on. The list is endless. A part of all these was included in the itinerary of the recently organised FAM trip by Dubai Business Events for selected Indian travel agents and trade media to position Dubai as a MICE destination.In this issue, Travel News Digest will take you through some of the adventure activities that were done by the delegates who were a part of this FAM trip.Seawings Seaplane ToursSeawings offers seaplane air tours which take off from the sea to takes you through a scenic view of landmarks like Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Atlantis The Palm, World Islands and of course the widespread desert.Indian travel agents and trade media were a part of the FAM trip got an opportunity to experience Dubai from the sky.Seawings has access to over 24 destinations in the UAE and offers customised charter flights to MICE and corporate groups.IMG Worlds of AdventureDubai’s first themed entertainment park, IMG Worlds of Adventure is an indoor amusement park. It is divided into five epic zones – Cartoon Network, Marvel, Lost Valley – Dinosaur Adventure, IMG Boulevard and Novo Cinema.Opened in 2016, IMG Worlds of Adventure is the world’s largest temperature-controlled indoor themed entertainment destination.IMG Worlds of Adventure is open year-round and every segment of visitors can include it in their itinerary as IMG offers something for every age group. Hence, MICE and corporate groups can include IMG in their itinerary.IMG Worlds of Adventure was one of the places included in the itinerary during the FAM trip and everyone enjoyed this amusement park thoroughly and got memories which will stay with them for a long time.Dubai AutodromeAnyone who likes driving would love to visit Dubai Autodrome not just once but every time you travel to Dubai. There are high chances of getting addicted to driving and racing at the Dubai Autodrome.FAM trip delegates experienced karting and one session is of 15 minutes. They provide karting suits, helmets, balaclavas and gloves for safety. Before going karting, one of the experts at Dubai Autodrome will conduct a small session on how to go about karting.Dubai Autodrome also offers customised events for companies and group as per their requirements.Located in Dubailand, Dubai Autodrome is FIA sanctioned 5.39 km motorsports circuit.
Palmer threw for four touchdowns to lead the Arizona Cardinals to a 48-23 victory over the Chicago Bears, who lost Jay Cutler to a hamstring injury Sunday.Palmer connected with Larry Fitzgerald for three of the TDs, giving him seven in two games after returning last week against New Orleans from a torn anterior cruciate ligament that cut short his season after just six games a year ago. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Clauson’s long pass on the opening drive of the second half got picked off by Patrick Peterson, leading to a 28-yard touchdown catch by Fitzgerald that made it 35-20. David Johnson added a 13-yard scoring run on Arizona’s next possession that bumped the lead to 22 points, sending Arizona to a lopsided victory after a wild first half.Along with Johnson’s team record return on the game’s opening kickoff, there were two long pass-interference penalties by Chicago’s Kyle Fuller and Alan Ball that led to touchdowns for the Cardinals. The Bears also got a pair of field goals in the final minute of the half thanks to a fumble recovery on a punt and an interception by Jared Allen.All that was overshadowed by Cutler’s injury.Arizona had just grabbed a 21-14 lead when he threw a pass behind Martellus Bennett, resulting in an easy interception for Jefferson. As he tried to make a tackle, Cutler got stiff-armed and landed on his right shoulder. But the Bears said he injured his hamstring. – / 44 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) scrambles away from Chicago Bears defensive tackle Jarvis Jenkins (96) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) CHICAGO — Carson Palmer is back — and in a big way. Top Stories 3 Comments Share Palmer was 17 of 24 with 185 yards to improve to 15-2 in his last 17 starts, David Johnson returned the opening kickoff a club-record 108 yards and added a rushing TD, and Chris Johnson ran for 72 yards with Andre Ellington sidelined by a sprained right knee for the Cardinals (2-0).And, coach Bruce Arians gained a measure of revenge after the Bears hired Marc Trestman over him in January 2013.Cutler walked to the locker room after he was stiff-armed trying to tackle Tony Jefferson on a 26-yard interception return late in the first half.That was the biggest development in a game that included several big plays that ended with Palmer and the Cardinals prevailing and Chicago (0-2) remaining winless under new coach John Fox.Cutler got off to a fine start, completing his first eight passes for 120 yards before getting picked off. He threw a 48-yard touchdown to Josh Bellamy. But the injury on Jefferson’s interception return was another big blow for a team that was already missing its top receiver with Alshon Jeffery out because of a hamstring problem.Now, the Bears could be missing their quarterback when they visit defending NFC champion Seattle. That would likely mean a start for Jimmy Clausen, who was 14 of 23 for 121 yards after Cutler went down. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires