Kish is a 91.5-square-kilometre resort island in the Persian Gulf off the southern coast of Iran. It is part of the Bandar Lengeh County in Hormozgān Province of Iran. Owing to its free trade zone status it is touted as a consumer's paradise, with numerous malls, shopping centres, tourist attractions, and resort hotels. It has an estimated population of 26,000 residents and about 1 million people visit the island annually. Kish Island is the fourth most visited vacation destination in Southwest Asia after Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and Sharm el-Sheikh. Foreign nationals wishing to enter Kish Free Zone from legal ports are not required to obtain visas prior to travel. Valid travel permits are stamped for 14 days by airport and Kish port police officials.
Hydraulic systems in an ancient underground Iranian city.
The Iranian island of Kish in the Persian Gulf is not known for its history or its architecture. The island is actually more similar to Miami more
This steamship has been beautifully rusting off the coast of an Iranian island since the 1960s.
Sitting in the shallow waters off the coast of Iran’s Kish Island is the ghostly husk of a dead steamsmore
This splendid archaeological site comprises the remains of a large house with private qanat (underground water channel), a public hammam and a congregational mosque. It was originally positioned next more