Dhaka Vacations

Noisy, chaotic, and bustling are just three words to describe this traffic-jammed, energetic city -- one that can easily overwhelm the unprepared visitor. But to fit in, you must dive in. Embrace the chaos: jump on the back of a rickshaw, take a boat ride along the Buriganga River (where …

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Things to see and do in Dhaka

Marufish | FlickrBangladesh National Museum
Bangladesh National Museum
Grameen Intel | Trip by SkyscannerDhanmondi Lake
Dhanmondi Lake
Stephen Bugno | Trip by SkyscannerAhsan Manzil (Pink Palace)
Ahsan Manzil (Pink Palace)
Nomadic by Nature | Trip by SkyscannerSadarghat Boat Terminal
Sadarghat Boat Terminal
Jāfri Wāhid | Trip by SkyscannerNikunja 2
Nikunja 2
akib noor | Trip by SkyscannerShimanto Square
Shimanto Square
Daniel Mason-D'Croz | Trip by SkyscannerRuplal House
Ruplal House

Reviews of Dhaka

John Snow
John Snow

I had a good time and people are helpful. You can enjoy the scenary if you go outside the city

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Kaiser Ahad
Kaiser Ahad

Dhaka is a city of disguise. People with good soul can have feel the real Dhaka. People only talk about what they see infront of their eyes but do not feel it until you go to the depth. It is not about the food, population, security etc which is common in any country. There are other things to feel by heart. Find it and you know it.

aminur rahman
aminur rahman

I was born and raised in Dhaka. It is my home. People are so nice and helpful. Foods are delicious and wide variety.

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