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Baliati Palace

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Outstanding Place Nearby Dhaka. Feeling Feeling Mysterious

The Baliati palace is really awesome place for visiting or enjoying nearby Dhaka. You may visit... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2018
Tamal Taru C
A nice historical place at outskirt of Dhaka

Baliati palace is a Jamindar bari Manikganj. At present its a popular picnic spot close to... read more

Reviewed 3 August 2018
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Reviewed 29 August 2018

The Baliati palace is really awesome place for visiting or enjoying nearby Dhaka. You may visit this palace for feeling mysterious. It is Located in Manikganj District saturia Upazia. Known as Baliati Palace. To go from Dhaka by Public Transport Go To Gabtoli and go...More

Thank Tamal Taru C
Reviewed 3 August 2018

Baliati palace is a Jamindar bari Manikganj. At present its a popular picnic spot close to Dhaka. This Estate build by Gobinda Ram Shaha. He was Overlord of that regeon that time. This Place is a set of 7 individual palace. There is nice big...More

1  Thank fariduzzamanr
Reviewed 4 October 2017

Wonderful architecture. Unlikely most of Bangladeshi archiological sites, this place is well preserved. Enjoyed to be in the place. It reminded me the old glory's of Jamidars (Land Lords) of Bangladesh. The road is good.

1  Thank Mashuk A
Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

The Baliati Palace is located in Manikgonj district. It is a massive palace complex comprising four major sections. The palace is under the Ministry of Archeology but I think it could be better maintained. One will must be surprised with its massiveness in its vicinity....More

Thank Anik_Rahman
Reviewed 25 July 2017

Baliati palace is attractive place for everyone. But due to its remote location from any city, very few know about it. The palace was built by a merchant who used to trade salts all throughout the Indian subcontinent during the late 18th century. This palace...More

Thank Sadman R
Reviewed 18 November 2016

you can spend full day in this place. now this place become museum. its a wonderful creation of 19th century.

Thank MokammalH
Reviewed 30 June 2016

Baliati Palace is a less known tourist spot in Bangladesh to the outer world located at Shaturia in Manikganj. It is one of the finest specimens of 19th century monuments of the Renaissance colonial style in Bangladesh. The palatial complex is now preserved as a...More

3  Thank Sajan I
Reviewed 13 June 2016 via mobile

The building complex consisted of seven separate blocks surrounded by a high enclosure wall pierced by three identical gateways, surmounted with a lion. The complex occupying an area of 5.88 acres of land and containing over 200 rooms of various shapes and dimensions. To the...More

Thank Asad I
Reviewed 30 April 2016

If you want to spend a day with green and scenic beauty near Dhaka, Bangladesh, Baliati Place is a suitable location for you. The palace is an architectural beauty. As it is surrounded by large crop land, you eyes will find some rest from every...More

Thank Mushfique W
Reviewed 26 January 2016

Baliati is a very old palace in Manikganj,Dhaka. It's around 2 hours drive from the capital. The palace is big but not that maintained. All around the palace different markets and shops has taken place.This certainly decreased the value of the spot. History lovers can...More

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Wahiduzzaman K
22 June 2018|
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Response from Tamal Taru C |
You can go to Baliati Palace by Private Car. Yeah it is open on saturday.
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AbdusS177
3 March 2018|
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No you can't use this place as picnic but you can use another place to arrange picnic which is situated beside Baliati palace. To know more visit website.
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Sangita T
6 July 2017|
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Yeah ! you can get public transport from Gabtoli Busstand which name is SB Link. By SB Link Bus you have to go saturia then go to Baliati Palace by auto or CNG To know more visit baliati palace website.
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