American chain Macy’s is all set to launch in India, Disney Cruise Line Heading to Australia and New Zealand in 2023 and more in top stories of the day.
American chain Macy’s is all set to launch in India
A pioneer in the department-store realm, Macy’s India advent is set to become a hit with shoppers. A century and a half ago, Rowland Hussey Macy opened an eponymous dry goods store in New York City. Macy’s quickly revolutionised the way consumers shopped, and ignited a cultural phenomenon. Succeeding the launch of 800 stores in the past decades and an indelible footprint across the world, the American retailer is all set to arrive in India by bankrolling a partnership with a renowned fashion e-commerce company.
The collaboration is aimed at ascending the accessibility of Macy’s India-based inclusion with kaleidoscopic offerings, from apparel and accessories, to the new cohort of young and digitally-influenced consumers in the country.
Disney Cruise Line Heading to Australia and New Zealand in 2023
Disney Cruise Line is heading to Australia and New Zealand for the first time in fall 2023.
According to an announcement made at the D23 Expo, the company is debuting in the region with the Disney Wonder. Starting on October 28, 2023, the 1999-built vessel is set to offer 32 two- to six-night cruises in the region, sailing from four different homeports. With the biggest number of departures, Sydney will welcome the Wonder for 12 cruises through February 2024. The port of Melbourne follows closely with ten scheduled departures in November, January and February. Brisbane and Auckland will also see homeport operations, with several cruises departing from both ports in November and December. Bookings for the Australia and New Zealand itineraries are set to open on September 26, 2022.
‘Moon Dubai’: Soon Dubai will be home to a massive ‘moon-shaped’ resort
Dubai is unstoppable when it comes to futuristic attractions and adding records to its name! The city, which is already famed for its world’s tallest building, the incredible Burj Khalifa, will soon add another feather to its cap by constructing a unique moon-shaped resort. It’s already being duped as an engineering gem.
If reports are to be believed, the project will cost some $5 billion. The proposal is made by a Canadian architectural company, Moon World Resorts Inc. (MWR), and they are calling the project ‘Moon Dubai’. The lunar colony will allow guests to enjoy affordable space tourism within the resort. The other prime feature of the resort will be the ‘sky villas’, the luxurious private residences.
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