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Full-Day Highlights of Dhaka Private Tour
"Your guide will pick you up to start the tour at 8am from your accommodations in Dhaka. This tour is customizable and if there are any main attractions you would like to see first you can arrange this in advance with your tour operator to ensure the best experience. Lunch will be around 1pm with local Bangla food and afternoon tea will be around 4pm. You will be returned to your hotel around 6pm at the end of the day which played a vital role in the independence of Bangladesh. There are many monuments and it is enriched in historical information. Explore the top markets and shops of Bangladesh by going to the New Market Aziz Super Market and Karwan Bazaar to gain insight into the local shopping culture. *New Market and Karwan Bazaar are closed on Tuesdays Aziz Super Market is closed on Thursdays The Liberation War Museum is where you can learn about the struggle of the people of Bangladesh under the British regime and the War of Liberation in 1971. *The museum is closed on Sund which is recognized as one of the top 100 modern architectural buildings of the world. *You will not be entering the National Parliament. A rickshaw trip is another way to see Dhaka
From $75.00
 
Dhaka City Day Tour
"Around 8 am your guide will pick you up from your Dhaka hotel and start the Dhaka city tour covering places like the Majestic Pink Palace (Ahsan Manzil) a one-hour boat tours on the Sadarghat Buriganga River the Lalbag Fort built in 1678 during Mughol Dynasty Armenian Church of the Holy Resurrection and the Famous Dhakeshwari Temple  (Hindu Temple) Curzon Hall Shahid Minar Star Mosque
From $40.00
 
Private Day Tour: Dhaka Photography
"Start your day with a pickup from your central Dhaka accommodations at 8am. A professional guide will be on hand to assist you into the vehicle. Make your first stop at the Karwan Bazaar one of the biggest wholesale markets in Dhaka. Next head to Sadarghat and take pictures of this big river port that stands as one of the entry points into Dhaka. Move on to Dhaka University and marvel at what some would call the birth of Bangladesh's independence. Afterwards take photos at one of the busiest areas in Dhaka City Farmgate. Finally pay a visit to the New Market for photos of the busy shopping area. If there is allotted time visit places such as Rickshaw Graveyard
From $80.00

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Chandpur

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Jahangirnagar University

On the way to NAtional Memorial at Savar, lies Jahangirnagar University, the only one residential public university in the country. In Pakistan era the then central government wanted to crush the...
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Comilla City

Comilla is one of the oldest district city of Bangladesh and has indigeneous Bengali Hindus and Buddhists along with Muslim Population. Comilla (Town) stands on the bank of the Gumti river. Several...
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Bhawal National Park

Bhawal National Park is in Gazipur district 45 km far from Dhaka in the north side. It is a vast (1,600 acres) national recreational forest with Picnic spots; jungles of naturally grown ancient...
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Maynamati War Cemetery, Comilla

Before the war (i.e. WWII) Maynamati was a hamlet of a few dozen huts, but during the war a large military camp was established there as the war came as close as Myanmar (Burma). Several ordnance...
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National Memorial

Located at Savar, 35 kilometres from Bangladesh's capital Dhaka. The memorial, designed by architect Moinul Hossain, is dedicated to the sacred memory of the millions of unknown martyrs of the 1971...
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Sonargaon

Sonargaon (means golden city),27 Km away from Dhaka was the capital of Bengal from the 13th to early 17th century during the Chandra and Deva dynasty. The city of Panam was a flourished city in those...
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Dhaka is off the beaten track,...

Dhaka is off the beaten track, in fct so is the whole country. I always wanted to go to Cox's Bazaar down the coast, but too far when you have only 45 minutes before your connecting flight takes off. ...
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"A city of contrasts"
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