Dream World Travel is offering you cheap flights to Dhaka; let’s visit the capital city of Bangladesh with Dream World Travel. See the Ahsan Manzil which signifies the Nawab Families of Dhaka. It is sometimes known as the Pink Palace and now houses a museum. View the Dhakeshwari National Temple which is also known as the national temple of Bangladesh. The Bangladesh National Museum is the national museum of Bangladesh and was built in 1913.The Liberation War Museum was a famous symbol of independence of Bangaldesh from Pakistan. It is also known as Mukti Judda museum, it houses rare photographs of liberation war and item used by freedom fighters. With cheap flights to Dhaka, visit an architecturally beautiful building, The Curzon Hall. Don’t forget to visit the Central Shahid Minar; it was built to commemorate the martyrs of the historic language movement of 1952. Explore the Star Mosque which is designed with the blue motifs and stars. Explore the Lalbagh Fort which is standing at the heart of Buriganga River; see the National Parliament House which is a projecting building of Dhaka. See the maritime centre of the city, the Sonargaon which is situated at the centre of the Ganges delta. You can pay a visit to the National Martyrs' Memorial which is a national monument of Bangladesh. To enjoy relaxing day out, visit the Ramna Park which you can find at the heart of Dhaka or you can take your family and kids to the Dhaka zoo to enjoy the adventurous wildlife of Bangladesh. Now with the cheap flights to Dhaka, you have a chance to unchain the best traveling moments and some of the beautiful places of Bangladeshi city Dhaka, so witness more with Dream World Travel and get amazing flights so that you can enjoy your trip to Dhaka.
This renowned fort is an incomplete structure by Prince Mohammed Azam, who handed over to the governor of Dhaka for its completion. She could not finish as well due to her daughter’s death and the tomb is inside this for. Also, there is a museum that represents Mughal paintings, swords collection and weapons.
The Armenian Church is known as a historically important monument located in the Armanitola area of old Dhaka, which bears evidence to the existence of a noteworthy Armenian community in the area in the 17th and 18th centuries. Moreover, Mother Teresa also stayed in this church during her 1996 visit to Dhaka.
This popular attraction, Star Mosque or Tara Masjid, built in the early eighteenth century; The walls is decorated artistically using mozaik stars , and so it has got this name. Built to reflect the Mughal style, it radically altered later. Tourists visit here as well as the local resident offers their prayers regularly!
The Parliament Building of Bangladesh, located in this capital Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka. Built by the famous architect Louis Kahn, it is one of the largest legislative centres in the world with a gigantic space of over 200 acres.
This is a planetarium located on Bijoy Sharani Avenue of Turgeon in Dhaka. It was opened to public in 2004 and was formerly known as Bhashani Novo Theatre. The space center was ordered by the Ministry of Science, Government of Bangladesh and covers almost 5.46 acres of land.
Dhaka is the capital & the largest city of Bangladesh.
Dhaka is the home to its country’s national stadium as they are mad about cricket!
No doubt, Bengalis are addicted to sweets and of course, cha (Tea).
They customize their local rides (cycle rickshaws) as they take this job very seriously.
More than half of Bangladesh’s population is composed of farmers.
More than 2,000 publications and daily newspapers are published in Bangladesh.