The holiday season is almost felt. If you feel that time is soon running out due to endless Christmas shopping of gifts, it’s time you take the time to plan your holiday vacation. This is the perfect time to relax and unwind especially after having all the stress this holiday can bring.
Here are some ways you can do to enjoy holiday vacations:
Set aside time to visit the Spa.
This is the easiest way to relax on a break, and the least costly too. You can go visit your favorite spa house and have a full body massage, hand and foot spa, etc. Going to the spa once in a while is good for blood circulation and stress reduction.
Make it a point to reward yourself with enough sleep.
Sleeping when stressed with the holiday rush is absolutely great for you. This is the time when you need it the most even if you can afford it the least! The tip is to plan a schedule ahead of time so you can set aside the needed hours for some much needed sleep. Also, you can try suggesting the parties to start at an earlier hour so you can leave just in time for bed.
Take time to visit the people closest to you.
Although this is an obvious thing to do during the holidays, you have to admit that a big chunk of your evenings are spent in parties with people you barely know (like big company parties, or social club gatherings). Nothing beats the warmth and pleasure of visiting close friends and relatives during holidays. They are the most important people to keep in touch with. And having them around alleviates stress and worry.
Buy your gifts early, or shop online instead.
The usual holiday advice: shop before the rush hours. It still holds true today. Good thing online shopping has allowed more luxury of time and convenience for us when buying gifts. Shopping is therapeutic as it is. Add to that is the convenience it brings when you shop ahead of time or you buy online.
Be one with the environment, enjoy the outdoors!
Nature is one heaven for stressed out souls. The greenery brings peace of mind. The fresh and cool air allows more of you to unwind. Spend the rest of the vacation either with yourself, or with the whole family in themed parks, or places with natural green environment.
Bangladesh is a country located in South Asia, which is surrounded by India on its north, west, and east. Earlier a part of India itself, Bangladesh was separated, only to become an independent country. However, it continues to be house to some amazing tourist spots, lush forests, as well as the mesmerizing flora and fauna. Hills, lakes, waterfalls, and other such natural sightseeing spots form the centre of attraction for the tourists visiting Bangladesh.
With a holiday package to this stunning country of Bangladesh, you can explore a large variety of naturally breathtaking destinations that not many of us would know about. Starting with two of the highest peaks in this country, you can head to the Chimbuk and Keokradong Hills, respectively. The jaw-dropping views from these hilltops are worth all the effort you will put in reaching to the top. Standing below the vast sky on the Chimbuk peak, you will feel that you are floating amidst the clouds. These picturesque scenes can be captured in your camera for a livelong memory. Breathing in the fresh air, when you are at such a height, will relieve you of all the stress and tension. If sitting by the lake or river and watching the sun set slowly in the water is something that excites you, then you can visit the Boga Lake. This hill lake in Bangladesh is a one of its kind water body, where you can enjoy a camp fire with your family and friends during the nature trail. Other water bodies that add to the natural beauty of the place are the Prantik Lake and Sangu River.
Not many would think of visiting Bangladesh for a family vacation, because the place’s exquisiteness makes it more appealing to the honeymooners. Serene and heavenly, Bangladesh can be a great holiday spot for the newlyweds. Wishing to spend some quality time with your spouse in Bangladesh, you can head to the Nafakhum, Remakri, Rijuk, and Shaila Propat Waterfalls respectively. These extraordinary waterfalls are some of the most visited tourist attractions in Bangladesh during the monsoon season. Depending on your mood, you can choose to either have a dip in the cool water gushing down through these waterfalls, or relax on a nearby rock as you gaze at the striking natural water body. The Cox’s Bazar beach can be your next destination, when in Bangladesh for a vacation. Many such other naturally beautiful destinations can be visited in association with Magic Holidays, which is a Timeshare product!
Bangladesh is the seventh most populous country in the world and third most populous Muslim country. More than one hundred and fifty million people call Bangladesh home. Bangladesh was part of India under the British Raj. In 1947 when the British Raj ended in the Indian sub-continent the country was divided into India and Pakistan. Bangladesh was part of Pakistan and was called East Pakistan.
Bangladesh gained independence from Pakistan in 26 March 1971 after popular agitation against Pakistan. The capital of the new state was and still is Dhaka. The official name of the country is People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Victory Day is December 16 and is commemorated as the official creation of state of Bangladesh. The government type of Bangladesh is parliamentary democracy. Chief of state is the President and chief of government is the Prime Minister. Bangladesh legal system is based on the English common law.
After independence Bangladesh went through period of famines, natural disaster and widespread poverty. Bangladesh also saw political coups and military coups. This negatively impacted the progress of the nation. The democracy was restored in 1991 and has been followed by relative calm. However gross domestic product (GDP) has doubled since 1970’s and poverty has fallen by 20% since 1990’s. The main economic center of the nation is the capital Dhaka. Main export of the country comes from garment industry. This sector employs about three million people. One of the most significant contribution to Bangladesh and other nation comes from the formation of micro credit financing. Muhammad Yunus (Nobel peace winner 2006) is the founder of micro credit financing. He founded Garmeen bank which brought millions of people out of poverty.
Bangladesh has a long history and a rich culture. The old and new tradition comes together in this country with all vibrant colors. Bangladesh also has rich literary heritage. The earliest literary text in Bengali is from eight century. Bangladesh is a mixture of old and new. Most of the population still lives in villages but the migration towards towns and cities is on the rise. The new technology is making inroads on the daily life but the traditionalist are having problem coping with the rapid speed of change. There are many problems which are faced by Bangladesh, but there is huge potential. It is a young country and needs time to flourish into a stable and prosperous country.