A Guide to Planning a Luxury Holiday in Myanmar

A Guide to Planning a Luxury Holiday in Myanmar

Tourism
If you have decided to make Myanmar your next holiday destination, you certainly wouldn’t be alone, as many tourists wish to experience the unspoilt natural beauty that Myanmar offers. It is only in the last few years that foreign tourists have been allowed into the former British colony that was once called Burma, and if you would like to spend some time in a country with little or no commercial development, Myanmar is the place to go. Yangon Formerly Rangoon, this is the capital city of Myanmar and if you would like the very best accommodation in a luxury hotel in Yangon, an online search will help you locate the best 5-star hotel that is the perfect location to base your holiday. This will allow you to plan a series…
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All About Vacations in Mississippi

All About Vacations in Mississippi

Tourism
Rock and Roll God Elvis Presley was born in Mississippi. Therefore, the state especially attracts his fans, but this is far from the main reason for so many tourists. Warm winter beckons the inhabitants of Siberia and allows you to comfortably travel around the state at any time of the year. What is so attractive about vacationing in Mississippi 2020, and what are the main attractions of this great state? Sights of Mississippi Jackson Jackson is the capital of Mississippi, and so it features the best entertainment centers of the state. The city is similar to a historical exhibition. Some shopping centers, cafes, bars, and restaurants resemble buildings from the mid 1900’s. The main attraction is the Capitol, one of the few surviving ancient buildings. The Mississippi Museum of History…
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Goodbye Holland, Hello The Netherlands!

Goodbye Holland, Hello The Netherlands!

Europe, News, Tourism
For many years the government of Holland used ‘The Netherlands’ and ‘Holland’ interchangeably, without favoring one or the other. Either name, everyone felt, was synonymous with windmills, placid canals, Hans Brinker, and tulip fields. But starting in 2020 the Dutch government has decreed a strict rebranding of their country, to avoid confusion between it and Belgium (which also has tulip fields, canals, and windmills -- along with premier chocolate and Tin-Tin.) The Dutch would now prefer that you always refer to their country as ‘The Netherlands,’ and never again as ‘Holland.”   Dutch government officials have been toiling over a rebranding campaign for the past two years, in order, they say, to enhance the nation’s image for tourists, who are facing many more alluring choices for their vacations as other countries…
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