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Travel Tips to Dhaka
Average Flying Time10 hours 28 minutes
Airline FlyingBiman Bangladesh Airlines, Emirates, Kuwait Airways, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines
Average Flying Kms8015kms
Best Time to TravelSeptember to March
Time Zone UTC/GMT +6 hours
LanguagesBengali, English, Arabic
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 120.646 BDT
Modes of TransportBy cycle rickshaw, By auto-rickshaw, By taxi, By bus, By car, By Bike, By Train, By foot
Why Fly to Dhaka
Top 10 Places to Visit
The official presidential palace of the Dhaka Nawab Family, it is a magnificent architectural wonder. Breathtaking at sight, the palace is nestled along the banks of the Buriganga River.
A massive complex yet an incompleted fort sits on the city of Dhaka for tourist views. The fort belongs to the 17th century and it features Darbar Hall & Hammams, a Lalbagh Shahi mosque and Pari Bibi’s Tombstone.
A must see attraction while holidaying in the city, it is an impressive museum. It showcases over 10,000 artefacts and exhibits that commemorates the Bangladesh Liberation War which led to Independence from Pakistan.
Enjoying the distinctive epithet as ‘National Temple’ , it is one of the most recognised and prominent religious places in the city. The name derives the meaning as ‘Goddess of Dhaka’.
Popularly known as the Sahit Gambuj Mosque, the history reveals that this has been the biggest mosque during the Sultanate period. Resembling great architecture, it is a significant Islamic monument in the country.
Another mosque, built in the 19th century, it has gained prominent attraction and attention for its ornate designs. The architecture is greatly admired where the mosque is decorated with motifs of blue stars.
An enormous park and a recreational spot for outdoor lovers, the park serves as an absolute bliss from the bustling cityscape. The flowerings and blooms are breathtaking and a visit is definitely worthwhile.
A popular tourist hot spot, the lake enjoys the lion’s share of Dhanmondi’s residential area. Due to the cultural hubs such as Rabindra-Sarobar stretching along the lake, it has become a famous center of attraction among tourists.
Built during the 17th century, when the Mughals were rulers, it was a gathering spot for majils. It was built for serving as a house of the imam of the Shia community, which is a minority in the city.
Known to be one of the oldest amusement parks in the city, there are abundant thrills, chills and rides to keep it exciting and interesting. The toy trains and merry-go-round are the famous attractions and rides in the park.