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4 Best Places to Unplug Deep Marwaha

4 Best Places to Unplug

Overstressed and overworked? Need a break from your ordinary life? Look no further than these four fabulous getaways to help you unplug completely.

Accessible only by boat, Giethoorn is an idyllic village located in the Dutch province of Overijssel, about five kilometers from Steenwirjk. Founded by a group of Mediterranean fugitives in 1230, it only recently became popular when Dutch filmmaker Bert Haanstra shot his movie Fanfare there. With over 90 kilometers of canoe trails to explore by boat or paddle-cycle, Giethoorn is the perfect place to get lost. Spend your days admiring the thatched-roof farmhouses or lingering in one of the many quaint cafes.

Have you always wanted to stay in a traditional Japanese village? If so, look no further than Magoemon Ryokan in Shirakawa-go, Japan. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1995, the village is famous for its traditional farmhouses with steep roofs, in order to help shed the heavy winter snowfall. Winter is an especially beautiful season to visit because during select evenings in January and February, many of the farmhouses are lit up at night. At Maegoemon Ryokan, guests can enjoy the Japanese-style open hearth and both same and mixed gender hot spring baths.

If tropical forests and ocean vistas are more your speed, head to Strawberry Hill Luxury Resort. Perched high atop the Blue Mountains outside of Kingston, Jamaica, this luxury property was selected by the New York Times as one of the “1,000 Places You Need to See Before You Die.” Offering private cottages with panoramic views and an incredible infinity pool, Strawberry Hill is the perfect place to forget your worries. Be sure to check out the lush, on-property gardens and the award-winning spa. If you feel like adventuring off-property, head to one of the many hiking trails or beaches located under an hour away.

Steeped deep in the hills of the Himalayas, Como Uma Paro in Bhutan is a boutique resort, offering pure luxury in a secluded setting. Spend your days lounging by the indoor pool, or take a day trip to one of the many nearby Buddhist temples. The property provides preplanned itineraries that allow you to trek in the nearby mountains, or try your hand at Bhutan’s national sport, archery. Don’t leave without indulging at Bukhari, Como Uma Paro’s principal restaurant, specializing in local, organic food.

No matter where you choose to unplug, you’re sure to return to reality refreshed and completely recharged.

Deep Marwaha: The Most Relaxing Destinations Around the World

The Most Relaxing Destinations Around the World

Some vacations are about getting out and taking in new sites, gaining a greater cultural awareness. You may barely get a chance to catch your breath, but it will be worth it at the end of the day when you fall into bed remembering everything you got to experience. Wellness tourism takes a different approach where the vacation is more about investing in yourself than the people and places around you.

When your personal health is on the line, it’s okay to be a little selfish. If your mental and physical wellbeing are at the top of your checklist, then these six relaxing destinations are definitely worth looking into.

1. Phuket, Thailand

Thailand is a pioneer in wellness tourism, from its lush, tropical paradise atmosphere to its vast health and wellness offerings. Thailand’s hospitality industry has really marketed itself as a center for wellness over the last few years, with hotels like CC’s Hideaway rising up to offer full-service wellness packages, such as a yoga retreat that includes healthy meals, meditation, massages, and daily activities such as surf lessons and cooking classes.

2. The Maldives

Type the Maldives into your Google search bar and you will see that words aren’t even needed to describe how tranquil this destination is. The Maldives consists of hundreds of tropical islands surrounded by the crystal blue waters of the Indian Ocean which beckon visitors from all around the world seeking the ultimate relaxing escape. There are a plethora of spa and luxury resort options on the islands, such as the villas at Kuramathi or the Cinnamon Dhonveli Resort.

3. Vancouver, Canada

You may associate Canada with Niagara Falls, maple syrup, hockey, and poutine, and not necessarily relaxation. However, the city of Vancouver has a laid-back vibe that other major cities do not. With quiet, pristine beaches and beautiful mountain views, you are sure to find a relaxing vacation destination in Vancouver.

4. Dubai, UAE

My current residence of Dubai still has some room for improvement with its wellness offerings and, known as a luxury city, a lot of its attractions are not affordable to the average person. However, for those willing and able to invest the money in a one-of-a-kind getaway, Dubai will provide. From world-class restaurants to helicopter skiing, there are some relaxing experiences that can only be found in Dubai.

5. Vientiane, Laos

Laos has rightfully earned the title of “laid-back Laos,” from the travel blog, Our Big Fat Travel Adventure. The capital city, Vientiane, is rich in culture with its historic landmarks, delicious restaurants, and Buddhist religion. In Laos, there are plenty of opportunities to embrace the meditative and spiritual values of Buddhism.

6. Marbella, Spain

Most people visiting Spain will look to hit up the cities of Madrid and Barcelona, but one hidden gem that does not get the attention it deserves is the coastal city of Marbella. Relaxation is easy on Marbella’s warm, sunny beaches, and there are plenty of boutiques, bars, and golf courses to help you unwind as well.

Deep Marwaha: Must-See Attractions in Dubai

Must-See Attractions in Dubai

Ranked at the fourth most visited city in the world, Dubai boasts incredible landmarks and attractions that bring in over 14.2 million tourists annually. No matter if you are visiting Dubai for your next solo adventure, romantic getaway, or even family vacation, here is a list of attractions you cannot afford to miss:

The Dubai Fountain

Located at the base of the Burj Khalifa, the Dubai Fountain boasts the world’s largest choreographed fountain system. During each show, the Dubai Fountain sprays over 22,000 gallons of water up to 150 feet in the air, enrapturing audiences with the magnificent displays that are perfectly in sync with a variety of music. Shows take place throughout the day and are entirely free to attend.

The Burj Khalifa Observation Deck

Once your fountain show has concluded, head inside of the magnificent Burj Khalifa — the world’s tallest building — for one of the most breathtaking experiences of your life. After ascending nearly 1,500 feet, the elevator doors will open to the Burj Khalifa Observation Deck. This deck provides a complete, 360-degree view of the city and the outlying deserts and, of course, the ocean. Cost of admission ranges from $95 – $500 USD, and it is strongly recommended that you purchase tickets well in advance of your trip.

Talise Spa

Located in scenic Burj Al Arab, Talise Spa offers a range of luxurious treatments that are beneficial to both the mind and body, including: detoxifying lymphatic drainages, during which a trained professional combines rhythmic strokes with soft pumping motions to promote the flow of lymphatic fluid throughout the body; infrared saunas, which boast the ability to promote intracellular cleansing by enhancing detoxifying enzymes; and even computerized skin analysis, which can quickly determine your skin’s texture, amount of sun damage, and effectively select the best treatment regimen to improve your skin’s overall health.

Softouch Spa

This authentic Ayurvedic spa boasts not only the traditional treatments one would expect a spa to offer — massages, aromatherapy, and even pampering manicures — but a unique, ancient Indian experience as well. The Abhayanga is a holistic oil massage therapy designed to detoxify the Body, Mind, and Spirit. This treatment combines a combination of oils — both aromatic and herbal — that are tailored to your personal Dosha (mind and body) type. Complete with lymphatic stimulation, this massage is sure to cleanse your body of a variety of toxins, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

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