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Sunset from a anchoring ship with cup of tea in your hand would fill your day. Beside that you can go anywhere in BD by launch through this Ghat. It was the major port area of Dhaka for more than 500 years and so. During...More
I'm a lawyer . Very often I have to go sadaghat area for work purpose.its a cramped location.. from early morning to late night.A unsafe place.As it's situated at the river Buri gonga ..so it's a water gate of Dhaka.From other parts of the country...More
The populous and a very old parts of Dhaka city. This river port has a recorded existence since the Mughal period that is 17th century. The city's riverbanks were dotted with mansions, bazaars and warehouses. The bustling old city was known as the Venice of...More
Sadarghat is situated on the southern portion of Dhaka city. It is on river Buriganga. Since ancient times this port was trading river port. It is learnt that Mughals had first built this river port and also set up a fort to protect the city...More
This whole place Dirty and ugly and busy. if you are a tourist, go to Bangladesh looking for what is poverty look like, surly you dont like this place. But if you are a traveler this is a place for you. but 1st you have...More
From there many people tour for there villlage by launch . its also a market place there are many small factory of cloths so people collect there goos at resonable price fot there shop or market place.
There are lots of hotels to choose from, mainly in the 2-3 star range but which ever hotel you choose they should be able to provide assistance finding a local guide, you could possibly do it all yourself from the guide... More
There are lots of hotels to choose from, mainly in the 2-3 star range but which ever hotel you choose they should be able to provide assistance finding a local guide, you could possibly do it all yourself from the guide books but part of the experience is having someone explain everything and make sure you do not miss anything,
I really enjoyed Dhaka and spent four days there in total and would quite happily go back and do it all again.