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Amari Dhaka to celebrate Woman’s Day on March 8

Dhaka, February 2020 – On March 8, to recognize women and their achievements, Amari Dhaka will celebrate women in all spheres of life on International Women’s Day 2020 with different offers and Amari aims to attract passionate individuals to explore a range of employment opportunities. Read More »

Amari Dhaka launches a New Friday Getaway

Dhaka, December 2019 – Looking for a bubble of warmth and serenity in this long grey winter. Amari Dhaka is bringing a relaxing Friday getaway for you and your loved ones. Rejuvenate with ‘Weekend Paradise’ package and enjoy 5-star comfort with impeccable service and feel the stress of the week melt away. Read More »

Complex at Tagore’s house Kuthibari in BD nears completion

Kushtia, May 10 – The construction of a magnificent complex is on in full swing at Shilaidaha Kuthibari, Rabindranath Tagore’s country house that holds numerous memories of the celebrated poet. Deputy Commissioner of the district Aslam Hossain says he is happy with the pace of work. “Everyone’s saying that the work’s quality is very good. At the current pace, I ... Read More »

The beautiful Blue Raintree

Stuttgart, Germany – It looks just beautiful. A beauty does not need to be explained in so many words. The Blue Raintree makes one happy at the first look. At the Stuttgart Garden exhibition held from 25-28, April 2019, I saw this tree once again and wondered how beautiful nature is? I took a seat with my friend to enjoy ... Read More »

Tokyo is Asia’s best city for work and recreation – Study

Singapore – Media OutReach – 1 March 2019 – As corporate travel booms across Asia-Pacific, the concept of bleisure is gaining traction, spurring the region’s cities to better integrate opportunities for leisure amid busy business trips. The 2019 bleisure barometer: Asia’s best cities for work and recreation, sponsored by All Nippon Airways, reveals that while Asia’s best bleisure destinations provide ... Read More »

Cherry blossoms bloom unexpectedly in Japan

Some of Japan’s famed cherry blossoms, also known as sakura, have bloomed unexpectedly this fall. The famous pink and white flowers are typically visible for about two weeks in the spring- a phenomenon tourists from around the world come to witness. But more than 300 people have reported cherry blossoms in their neighbourhood in October, according to meteorological company Weathernews. Read More »

People are the biggest assets for Bangladesh tourism

Says Russian bloggers after their 8-day tour of Bangladesh Dhaka, Oct 6 – Bangladesh has a lot of unique things to offer foreign tourists. But the simple, friendly and hospitable people are the biggest assets for the development of tourism in the country, according to Oleg Cricket, the most popular Russian travel blogger at the moment with almost one million ... Read More »

Millions start trips from Dhaka to village homes for Eid

Dhaka, June 13 – Thousands of residents of Bangladesh capital Dhaka started to leave the city celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr with their near and dear ones in village homes for last few days hoping better situation both road and railway. But early monsoon and traffic gridlock fall into trouble for passengers and they were expected to suffer during Eid holidays. Read More »

Sprit of sharing with Amari this Ramadan

Dhaka, May – Amari Dhaka will offer feasts featuring exclusive examples of Arabic Iftar and Suhoor specials at Amaya Food Gallery throughout Ramadan. The dishes are meticulously selected and prepared considering the long fasting days so that they provide ample nutrition during Iftar and dinner while preserving mouth-watering taste. In Amaya Food Gallery, there are a collection of fresh seasonal juices with ... Read More »

‘Aatmishali Boishakhi Utshob’ at Amari Dhaka

Dhaka, March 29 – Celebrate Pohela Boishakh with fabulous one-of- a-kind offerings at Amari Dhaka. The Amaya Food Gallery will feature ‘Aatmishali Utshob’ – 8 different cuisines from 8 divisions of Bangladesh. Prepared by seasoned Bengali chefs, diners can indulge on sumptuous Bangladeshi dishes authentic to the divisional regions from where they originate. Read More »

Saudis attend country’s first jazz festival

Men and women swayed to music at Saudi Arabia’s first-ever jazz festival on Friday, the second of a three-day outdoor event that showcases the Kingdom’s recent efforts of shedding its conservative image. Locals and foreigners flocked to the festival to watch bands from Riyadh, Beirut and New Orleans. The crowd sang along when Lebanon’s Chady Nashef performed the Eagles’ “Hotel ... Read More »

Thai chef Nuttaput brings culinary experience to Amari Dhaka

Dhaka, February – If your Thai food cravings are acting up lately then Amari Dhaka is the place to visit. Last week Chef Nuttaput Phiwluang, an experienced Thai culinary pundit joined Amari Dhaka to enhance the already expansive Thai section. Nuttaput aka ‘Thai’, will add a variety of curries as well as traditional Thai items to the menu. Read More »

An effortless way to improve your memory

A surprisingly potent technique can boost your short and long-term recall – and it appears to help everyone from students to Alzheimer’s patients. By David Robson When trying to memorise new material, it’s easy to assume that the more work you put in, the better you will perform. Yet taking the occasional down time – to do literally nothing – ... Read More »

Falgun is back

Dhaka, Feb 12 – While the flower markets of the country are abuzz with supplies, people are all set to welcome the first day of Spring with the Bengali month of Falgun in a colorful way on Tuesaday. Read More »

This Valentine’s Day at Amari Dhaka

Dhaka: Imagine spending Valentine’s Day in a romantic setting that not only enthralls your partner but also manages to pamper every bone in your body with luxury and opulence. Be it a simple dinner date, a weekend stay away from the busy job, spa day with your partner or a day of comfort and extravagance away from home; imagine if ... Read More »