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Main Tourist Attraction of Bangladesh – Dhaka, the Capital City

Dhaka, the capital and largest city of Bangladesh situated on the bank of river Buriganga. A rapidly sprawling and bustling metropolitan mega city, has an exciting history and rich cultural heritage. It founded in 1608, the city enjoyed the glory of being the capital of the region when it was successively under the Mughals and the British rule. Dhaka became the capital of Bangladesh when it emerged as an independent and sovereign country in 1971.

Dhaka occupy an area of 1,463.60 square kilometers (565 sq. miles) and its Population is not less than 14 million in 2009. It has two part named old Dhaka and new Dhaka. It is the center of industrial, commercial, cultural, educational and political activities for Bangladesh. Once Dhaka was known as 'city of 52 bazaars and 53 lanes' and 'city of mosques & Muslin'. Its old part has an amazing blend of Mughal, Victorian and modern architecture as well as many historic relics. The recent spurt in high rise buildings are changing Dhaka's skyline very fast. Colorful Rickshaws on the road of Dhaka are very attractive transport for short distance to the tourists.

Main Tourist places of Dhaka city

Dhakeshwari Temple, oldest Hindu temple in Dhaka:
The name Dhakeshwari is associated with the origin of the name Dhaka. Dhakeshwari Hindu Temple (11th Century) situated at the place where the old part of Dhaka meets the new part. This is the oldest Hindu temple in Dhaka City.

Moghol Fort / Lalbagh Fort:
It is a very popular tourist spot at old Dhaka. Once officially said the fort of Aurangabad but now popularly known as the Lalbagh Fort, was built in 1678 AD by the then Viceroy of Bengal Prince Mohammad Azam, son of the Mughal Emperor Aurangazeb. This uncompleted fort has a three storied structure with slender minarets at the South Gate. It has many hidden passages and a mosque of massive structure. Outstanding among the monuments of the Lalbagh Fort are the Tomb of Pari Bibi (Fairy lady) and Audience room and Hummam Khana (bathing place) of Nawab Shaista Khan, now housing a museum.

Ahsan Manjil / Pink Palace:

A very beautiful place in old Dhaka on the bank of river Buriganga, built in 1872. This stately building offers the visitors a feeling of the life-style of the Nawabs of Dhaka. Basically, it was the residence of the Nawabs. Nawab Abdul Gani renovated this building in the year 1872 and named it after his son Khaza Ahasanullah. Sometimes known as the Pink Palace, this building now houses a splendid museum.

Sadarghat River Front, Main internal river port of Bangladesh:
Shadarghat is the largest and busiest internal river port of Bangladesh. About 200 large and small passenger launches (motorized boats) depart and arrive at the terminal every day. According to the officials at the terminal, 50,000 people, in average, use the terminal for departure and arrival every day and hundreds of country boats laden with passengers and merchandise cross the river. Sadarghat is one of the most dynamic place in Dhaka. Once you are on the banks of the Buriganga River at Sadarghat, on the edge of the old city, you begin to get a feel for the real Dhaka. A country boat trip on the river Buriganga may be an interesting experience for the foreign tourists.

Star Mosque / Tara Masjid:
There is a must visit place of old Dhaka is STAR MOSQUE. A very beautiful mosque of the city is situated at Mahuttuly on Abul Khairat Rd; just west of Armanitola Govt. High School. Architecturally faultless (Mughal style) is a five-dome mosque with hundreds of big and small twinkling stars as surface decorations.

Several Churches
Armenian Church (1781 A.D.) at Armanitola of old Dhaka, St. Mary's Cathedral at Ramna, Church of Bangladesh or former Holy Rosary Church (1677A.D.) at Tejgaon are famous in Dhaka city.

Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban (Parliament House):
The Parliament building complex may be called an architectural wonder of this region. Locally known as Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban (Parliament House) located at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar has distinctive architectural features. It was designed by the famous USA architect Louis I. Kahn. Prior permission needed to visit from inside.

Shahid Minar (Central Martyrs Memorial):
This monument was built to commemorate the martyrs of the historic Language movement of 21st February 1952. Thousands of people on necked feet with floral wreaths and bouquet gather on early hours of 21 February every year to pay respect in a solemn atmosphere. It is the symbol of Bengali nationalism.

National Museum of Bangladesh:
Bangladesh national museum is situated in shahbag; located at the central point of the city. The museum contains a large number of interesting collections including sculptures and paintings of the Hindu, Buddhist and Muslim periods as well as inscriptions of the Holy Quran in Arabic and Persian letters and Bengali works in the Arabic script.

Libaration Museum:
This is the museum on our liberation war which is well known as Mukti juddha museum situated at Segun Bagicha of the city. The museum contains rare photographs of liberation war and items used by the freedom fighters during the period. It is open 9am to 6pm from Monday to Saturday, Sunday closed.

Curzon Hall
This is the first official and academic building of Dhaka University built on the year 1920. This beautiful architectural building named after Lord Curzon one of a British administer. It is now houses the Science Faculty of Dhaka University.

Banga-Bhaban, Residence of the President:

The official residence of the President of Bangladesh, located at the middle of the city. One can have an outside view of this grand palace.

Old High Court Building

Built in British colonial period as the residence of the British Governor of Bengal, it illustrates a happy blend of European and Mughal architecture. Still using as high court of Bangladesh.

Baitul Mukarram, The National Mosque:

At Purana Paltan, east of Bangladesh Secretariat and north of Dhaka Stadium Baitul Mukarram Mosque is situated. This national mosque is the largest mosque in the city, three storied and built after the pattern of the Kaba Sharif. Very beautiful and costly decorations in the interior. It has long lawn, garden and rows of fountains to the south and east. The mosque is on a high platform. Lovely flights of stairs lead to it; from the south, east and north. On the east is a vast veranda, which is also used for prayer and Eid congregation. Below in the ground floor is a shopping center. Dhaka is known as city of mosques. Other Prominent Mosques in Dhaka city are the seven Domed Mosque (17th century), Star Mosque (18th century), Chawk bazar Mosque and Huseni Dalan Mosque.

Museum of Bangabandhu Memorial:

The residence of the father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman has been turn in to a museum. Bangabandhu memorial museum is situated at road no. 32 Dhanmondi R/A. This three- stored building as known as Bangabandhu Bhaban. It contains rare collection of personal effects and photographs of his lifetime. This building turned in to a museum in year 1997. Its open 10am to 6pm from Thursday to Tuesday, Wednesday closed.

Science Museum

This museum is situated at Agargaon. The museum is modern learning center related to the latest science discoveries.

Shadhinota Stambha

Shadhinota Stambha is the place where Bangabondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman delivered his historical speech on 7th March 1971 and also where the Pakisthani force surrendered to the joint force of Bangladesh and India. With the speech of Bangabondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Bangladeshi Nation got the enthusiasm for our great Liberation War in 1971. To recognize the historical memory, this Stambha was made.

National Poet's Graveyard

Revolutionary poet Kazi Nazrul Islam is our national poet, died on the 29th August 1976 and was buried here. The graveyard is adjacent to the Dhaka University central Mosque.

Institute of Arts and Crafts

Situated in the picturesque surroundings of Shahbagh. The Institute of Arts and Crafts has a representative collection of folk-art and paintings by artists of Bangladesh.

Mausoleum of National Leaders

Its located at the southwestern corner of Suhrawardy Uddyan, it is the eternal resting place of great national leaders, Sher-e-Bangla A.K. Fazlul Haque, Hossain Shahid Suhrawardy and Khaja Nazimuddin.

Suhrawardy Uddyan (Garden)

A Popular Park close to Dhaka University. The oath of independence of Bangladesh was taken here and Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman gave clarion call for independence on this occasion on the 7th March 1971. The place is famous for its lush verdure and gentle breezes. Eternal Flame to enliven the memory of the martyrs of our Liberation war has been blown here recently.

Ramna Park
A vast stretch of green garden surrounded by a serpentine lake near the Sheraton Hotel. First day of Bengali calendar celebrate here in every year.

Monument of 1857 Memorial:
Built to commemorate the martyrs of the first liberation war (1857-59) against British rule. It was here that the revolting Sepoys and their civil compatriots were publicly hanged.

National Zoo in Mirpur

National Zoo is in Mirpur, 20 km. from the center of Dhaka besides the river Turag. Its open 10 am – 5 pm, 7 days a week, where you can see the animals of Bangladesh and some animals from abroad. This Zoo is also popularly known as Mirpur Zoo. Colorful and attractive collections of different local and foreign species of animals and birds including the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger are available here.

Botanical Garden in Mirpur

Botanical Garden is also situated in Mirpur just besides the National Zoo, built on an area of 205 acres of land. It is full of several trees and plants; also some of them are rare.

Baldha Garden
Baldha Garden is situated in old Dhaka named the place is Wari, ; it was established on the year1904. Baldha Garden is one of a unique creation of the late Narendra Narayan Roy, the property owner. This garden has a rich collection of indigenous and exotic plants, which is one of the most exciting attractions for naturalists and tourists. Near about 18,000 plants of 800 species are there in the garden. It is open from 8:00 am-5:00 pm, 7 days a week.


Surround of Dhaka City:

Sonargaon, The Ancient Capital of Bengal:
Sonargaon is one of the oldest capitals of Bengal known as famous Jamindar Isha Khan’s capital. It was the seat of Deva Dynasty until the 13th century. From that century onward till the advent of the Mughals, Sonargaon was the subsidiary capital of the Sultanate of Bengal. It is about 30 km from Dhaka, on the Dhaka-Chittagong highway.

National Martyrs Memorial in Savar:
National Martyrs Memorial is situated in Nabinagar, Savar approximately 35 km from Dhaka. The memorial designed by architect Moinul Hossain is dedicated to the sacred memory of the millions of unknown martyrs of the war of liberation.

Bhawal National Park

Bhawal National Park is in Gazipur district 45 km far from Dhaka in the north side. It is a vast (1,600 acres) national recreational forest with Picnic spots; jangles of Gajari trees surrounded by a beautiful lake .you can enjoy boats, horse riding here. Especially in the winter, season lots of picnic party enjoy their day in this park.

The Jamuna Bridge

Jamuna Bridge is 110 km from Dhaka on the River Jamuna. This bridge is 5.1 km long and it is the 11th largest bridge in this world. It is a real beauty at nights when sodium lights lighten the bridge. Some beautiful resorts have already been established near the bridge to encourage tourists in this area.

Comilla & Surraundings:

Distance of Comilla from Dhaka is 96 km whereas from Chittagong city its 167 km. Though this city is nearer from Dhaka but it is in Chittagong Division. The main attractions of Comilla are Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD), the home of famous Comilla Approach to rural development, Lalmai and Maynamoti hills, Shalban Monastery, Maynamoti museum and Comilla Zoo. Comilla Maheshangon houses one of the richest libraries of old literature and culture.

Lalmai, Moinamoti and Shalbon Bihara & Museum:
There are famous historical and archeological places around Comilla. These are a series of hillocks, where the Northern part is called Moinamoti and the Southern part is called Lalmai; and Shalbon Bihara is in the Middle of Lalmai and Moinamoti, which was established in 8th century by King Buddadev. Salban Vihara, almost in the middle of the Mainarnati-Lalmai hill range consists of 115 cells, built around a spacious courtyard with cruciform temple in the center facing its only gateway complex to the north resembling that of the Paharpur Monastery.

Kotila Mura situated on a flattened hillock, about 5 km north of Salban Vihara inside the Comilla Cantonment is a picturesque Buddhist establishment. Here three stupas are found side by side representing the Buddhist "Trinity" or three jewels i.e. the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha.

Charpatra Mura is an isolated small oblong shrine situated about 2.5 km. north-west of kotila Mura stupas. The only approach to the shrine is from the East through a gateway, which leads to a spacious hall.

If you are in Comilla and already visited Lalmai, Moinamoti then don’t miss to go Moinamoti museum – where you will find the historical things found in Lalmai & Moinamoti of 7th & 8th centuries. The Mainamati site Museum has a rich and varied collection of copper plates, gold and silver coins and 86 bronze objects. Over 150 bronze statues have been recovered mostly from the monastic cells, bronze stupas, stone sculptures and hundreds of terracotta plaques each measuring on an average of 9" high and 8" to 12" wide. Mainamati is only 114 km. from Dhaka City and is just a day's trip by road on way to Chittagong.

Decidedly untypical of Bangladesh in topography and culture, the Chittagong Hill Tracts have steep jungle hills, Buddhist tribal peoples and relatively low-density population. The tracts are about 60km (37mi) east of Chittagong. The region comprises a mass of hills, ravines and cliffs covered with dense jungle, bamboo, creepers and shrubs, and have four main valleys formed by the Karnapuli, Feni, Shangu and Matamuhur rivers.

War Cemetery
Second World War warrior’s graveyards are in this Cemetery. These graves in this graveyard of the great warriors who died in world war from 1939 to 1945 in Comilla areas. In this well-preserved cemetery at a quiet and picturesque place within the city lie buried in eternal peace over 400 soldiers from British, India, Japan, Myanmar, who laid down their lives on the Myanmar front during the World War II. Every year a number of tourists come here to visit this Cemetery.