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About Dhaka

Bangladesh’s capital city Dhaka is one of the largest cities in the world. Being the political, cultural, and economic centre of the country, Dhaka consists of rich Mughal architecture that adds to the grandeur and appeal of the city. The city serves as an important hub for international activity in South Asia.

The 17th century Mughal architecture dawning the city has remained well-preserved throughout this time and this is exemplified by structures like the Ahsan Manzil and the Lalbagh Fort. One can witness the blend of ancient and modern together. Dhaka being the former Mughal capital, has a wide range of grand mosques and palaces for one to visit.

With a tropical monsoon climate from June to September wherein it is hot and humid, the best time to visit the city would be from October to March when it is still dry but much cooler. Visit this energetic, lively, and buzzing city for an unforgettable experience! 


About Dhaka Airport

Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport is the largest and most prominent international airport in Bangladesh. It is in Kurmitola, 17 kms from the city centre, in the northern part of Dhaka. It consists of 2 terminals - Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 that are meant for international flights and are in the same building. 


  • Places To Visit

  • Things To Do

  • Ahsan Manzil:

    The beautiful and breath-taking 'pink palace' was the summer home of Sheikh Enayet Ullah during the Mughal period and a French trading house in the 18th century. The palace building is situated at Kumartoli along the banks of the Buriganga River, which makes it a sight to behold. When visiting Dhaka, one must take a trip to Ahsan Manzil for an enriching experience. 

  • Dhakeshwari Temple:

    This 1,200-year-old temple is the center of Hindu religion in the region and is known for its magnificent architecture. The name ‘Dhakeshwari’ means “Goddess of Dhaka”. The temple is assumed to be the most important place of worship for Hindu religion. This temple witnesses the largest celebration of Durga Puja, facilitated by important political dignitaries. 

  • Lalbagh Fort:

    Constructed in the 17th century, Lalbagh Fort is a Mughal fort complex that stands before the Buriganga River. The construction of the fort was never completed, and it remained unoccupied for a long period of time. Lalbagh Fort has a historic significance as this was the sight of the first battle for independence against the British in 1857.

  • Explore:

    When in Dhaka, one must take a trip to Sadarghat, one of the largest river ports in the world that is constantly buzzing with activity. Relax at the banks of the Buriganga River or take one of the small boats to the center of the river for a peaceful experience. 

  • Immerse:

    Visit the UNESCO-listed Sundarbans National Park, the world's largest mangrove forest located in Dhaka that houses the famous Bengal tiger. You can also opt for a paddle steamer to Bagerhat Sadar, a Muslim city dating from the 15th century.

  • Entertain:

    With activities such as photography tours, old city tours, shopping, sightseeing and safaris; the city of Dhaka has a lot to offer to its visitors. It is an energetic city, filled with thousands of locals every day. It is undoubtedly one of the most popular cities in the world where visitors are warmly welcomed.

Flights From Dhaka

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