This ultimately brings out the question; is the Dhaka International Trade Fair still relevant, or has it become much more than just an annual fair?
Residents of Dhaka and beyond love spending their days at fairs enjoying the sights and sounds. That is why it's no surprise that Dhaka International Trade Fair (DITF) has become a must-see experience for everyone, being one of the most prominent trade fairs in the country. Bringing together businesses, manufacturers, and entrepreneurs from both inside and outside of the country to highlight their unique offerings. So, without further ado, let us look at the top 5 interesting things about the DITF this year.
Here is a short list of five best shopping destinations to keep in mind while you are in Thailand next time.
Kathmandu today has some of the most excellent shopping in Asia, with a plethora of one-of-a-kind items that are both high in quality and value. Most visitors depart the city with far more luggage than they arrived with, ranging from low-cost down coats to buttery-soft pashminas. If you enjoy shopping, plan an additional day to get the things listed below.
Let's be honest, almost all of us have seen the multiple vans and carts (thela garis) filled with various clothes, jewellery and accessories while going about our day and wanted to stop and shop. But truth be told, it does seem kind of intimidating, which is where this guide to street shopping comes in!
Durga Puja is a time to celebrate, indulge in festivities, and spend time with family and friends. The five-day celebration calls for traditional and delicious food, new dresses and saris and much more. Before the celebrations begin, there is a lot of shopping to be done to prepare the household for the coming days and to indulge in the Puja spirit. Here are some shopping essentials to add to the shopping list.
Known to many and visited by most Dhakaites — Chandni Chowk, Gawsia, and New Market — the holy trinity of inexpensive and trendy apparels certainly need no new introduction. Yet, the legendary Chandni Chowk stands out the best as it offers an astounding number of cheap deals and fashionable attires with twists of deshi taste. Although it is not easy to find one’s way around the winding narrow alleys, teeming crowd and never-ending shops in Chandni Chowk, this crammed and busy shopping hub undoubtedly remains the most affordable shopping destination in Dhaka city.
Being stuck at a traffic signal is not ideal, but it is a great opportunity to check out the various items being sold by street vendors. From refreshing beverages to the latest novels, there is a multitude of items one can buy while sitting in the annoying Dhaka traffic. Here are the top 5 things to buy while stuck in a traffic signal.
Shopping malls and stores across the country can stay open till 10pm from July 1 to 10 – on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha – the government has decided.