newark: Nightlife, nature, sports & shopping: Discover a well-rounded urban escape in Newark, New Jersey
ART, MUSIC, CULTURE
The GRAMMY Museum Prudential Center is a must-visit for music aficionados.
Newark is home to number of prolific performing arts centres in the country. Head to New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Sarah Vaughn Concert Hall at Symphony Hall and Prudential Center to catch a performance. Take your pick from regional and national theatre, ballet, modern dance, jazz, and rhythm and blues. The GRAMMY Museum Prudential Center is a must-visit for music aficionados.
NEWARK BLOOMS IN FESTIVAL SEASON
Partake in events such as a bike race, fun run, cultural demonstrations, music and more.
Each April, Newark turns pink and white with one of the largest collections of cherry blossoms in the country.View the 2,700 Japanese cherry blossom trees ablaze with colour during the annual Cherry Blossom Festival during April in Newark’s historic Branch Brook Park. Partake in events such as a bike race, fun run, cultural demonstrations, music and more.
FROM SPORTS TO SHOPPING
Once you’ve had your fill of sports, go shopping at The Mills at Jersey Gardens. Purchases of clothing and shoes are tax-free.
Newark, home to many professional sporting teams, offers fun events year-round. Indulge in watching a game of professional ice hockey, soccer or college basketball. Once you’ve had your fill of sports, go shopping at The Mills at Jersey Gardens. Purchases of clothing and shoes are tax-free.
From Jodhpur To San Juan, Here Are Top 10 Travel Destinations You Ought To Visit In 2020
Satiate The Wanderlust In You
All the travel junkies out there, if there is one listicle you must focus on, it’s this one. With 2019 travel goals (hopefully) met, it’s time to start planning for the 2020 holidays. Booking.com has delved into global booking trends to reveal 10 of the top emerging travel destinations for 2020.
Jodhpur from India has found its spot among the top 10 list, alongside some lesser known spots in Eastern Europe to under-the-radar spots in Asia. Commenting on the study, Ritu Mehrotra, Country Manager, India, Sri Lanka and Maldives for Booking.com said, “As we proceed towards a new decade, we will see travel becoming more and more sustainable and technologically-advanced, further aided by enhanced services and offerings that enable the modern day inquisitive traveller to experience the world.
81% of Indian travellers say that in 2020 they want to go somewhere that offers experiences they’ve never had before. From catering to their peaked interest in lesser known destinations to counter over-tourism, to customised travel recommendations, we want to ensure that the travellers have the most diverse selection of places to stay at as we help them prepare and plan their travel in 2020 and beyond.”
Here’s where you should be headed to satiate the wanderbug in you.