Dhaka in a highly populated capital city of Bangladesh with perpetual motions, colorful roads with rickshaws, street food and overcrowded public transportation. However, the city is continuing its historical background along with modern lifestyle. This day tour will show you most of the historical positions of the previous city that are covered in travel guides, lifestyle in an over populated urban center, and British establishments of early 19th century that are still flowing high and variety of street food. Whether you are a foodie, life explorer, adventurer or history lover, you will find something you are looking for during this journey!
8:00 am to 9:00 am: We set out at about 8:00 AM from your hotel and move to Parliament House located at the very essence of the capital and designed by Louis Kahn.
9:30 am to 11:30 am: afterwards we will move towards Dhaka University to Dhakeswari Temple – a state owned Hindu temple that is the spiritual heart of the Hindu community in Dhaka. We will pass National Museum on the path and we can point it out for you.
12:30 pm to 1:00 pm: Before lunch we will visit Star Mosque, a beautiful mosque fully decorated with stars, and Armenian Church, an orthodox church built by Armenians in Dhaka.
Lunch at noon and step into Kind’s Palace:
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm: We will have our lunch with authentic local food and visit Lalbag Fort and Ahsan Manzil. We will go to Sadarghat in the evening and, if time permits, will throw a boat ride and check out life of people dwelling near it.
4:15 pm to 5:15 pm: If it is the time of Ramadan, we will come back to check out the jam-packed street food market that is out just before the sunset and vanishes after sundown. If it is not the month of Ramadan, you may visit Banga Bazaar that is also called "the cheapest market" in the world, have a look at the Nilkhet book market, or ride a Horse Cart to the area close to our automobile.
5:15 pm to 6:15 pm: We will set back in our vehicle and back to your hotel.