Jovago Bangladesh offers ‘hitch-free' pre-booking of hotels in Dhaka
News Desk, bdnews24.com
Published: 2017-01-16 03:29:06.0 BdST Updated: 2017-01-16 03:30:14.0 BdST
The flavours of 'Poush Sangkranti', the festival marking the end of the first winter month of 'Poush' in Bangla calendar, are all over Bangladesh, but Dhaka is still the cultural hub of it all being the capital city.
Old Dhaka hosts the winter festival's unique version - 'Shakrain' - with rooftop parties, soaring kites, fireworks and firebreathing.
People come from all corners of Bangladesh to the metropolis - be it for work, education or something else.
A better reason this winter to visit Dhaka would be to celebrate the century-old tradition of 'Shakrain'.
This is one of the biggest festivities exclusive to the old town of Dhaka but the invitations are open and almost anyone can take part.
As the festival nears its end at midnight, Dhaka hosts a large number of guests in hotels nearby.
There is a huge number of hotels that accommodate the guests for the night in the winter season.
The city has seen star-rated and residential hotels mushroom to cater to all types of guests.
Hotel accommodation can range from the highly expensive to extremely budget.
The necessary pre-booking hassles are a burden though.
www.Jovago.net helps in such situations, providing information on hotel rooms and descriptions of the facilities, according to a media release sent from Jovago Bangladesh Limited.
The release says the site offers every range of hotels, eliminates all the pre-booking problems and assists their customers with personal care.
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