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Must see places in Dhaka
Dhaka is known world over as a city of mosques, with its fame attracting visitors from far and wide throughout history. The city has grown tremendously and has become the hub of Bangladesh’s industrial, commercial, cultural, educational and political activities.
- Lalbagh Fort: This is one of the most renowned forts in Bangladesh, built in 1678 AD, and is a great work of art by the Mughal Emperor in Bangladesh. It is situated in Lalbagh, old Dhaka, by the banks of the river Buriganga where the soil is a rich red colour. The fort consists of three buildings: the mosque (west), the tomb of Pari-Bibi (in the middle of the fort) and the Diwan-i-Aam palace (east).
- Sadarghat River Terminal: A visit to Dhaka would not be complete without having a boat ride at the Sadarghat river port. It is one of the largest river terminals in the world, with about 30,000 passengers passing through it daily, so you will get a true and authentic taste of Dhaka as you visit this dynamic but chaotic place. Apart from trips on larger vessels, you can hire small wooden boats and enjoy an inexpensive boat ride.
- Ahsal Mazil: Another must see place is the Ahsan Manzil, also known as the Pink Palace. It has a rich history that is well worth checking out. The excellent national museum is a great place to visit, and it is rich with information about the geological formation of Bangladesh; it also takes you through the nation’s flora and fauna. It also covers the histories of both Hindus and Buddhists, and climaxes with the war of liberation and the creation of the modern state.
- Take a rickshaw ride: Dhaka city is home to amazingly colorful cycle-rickshaws and has the highest number of rickshaws in any city of the world. The great number of rickshaws that fight for space on the city’s overcrowded streets with the taxis, buses and the horsedrawn carriages make the city look spectacular; a visit to Dhaka can never be complete without a rickshaw ride.
To get the most out your trip and create memories that will stay with you for a lifetime, it’s best to arrange your reservations early and to plan in good time the places you wish to visit.
Best times to visit Dhaka
Dhaka has a tropical wet and dry savanna climate with a mean annual temperature of 26.1 degrees C. This makes Dhaka very conducive to visits all year round.
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