Dhaka – The city of mosques & muslin
This tour takes you to the heart of Dhaka. Our guide will lead you to some of its treasures, including Shankharia Bazar (Hindu street), Ahsan Manzil (Pink Palace), Sadarghat (Riverfront), Armenian Church, Star Mosque, Dhakeswari Temple and Lalbagh Fort. On this 3-4 hour tour, you will also get a glance at the Curzon Hall (Dhaka University campus) and the National Assembly Building.
Designed by the world-renowned American architect Louis Kahn, the Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban (National Assembly Building) is the most notable modern building in Bangladesh. It is regarded by many as the finest work of Kahn.
This intensive tour program is ideal for guests with limited time.
In the afternoon your guide will accompany you to Demra, about 15 km east of Dhaka. Here the cruise aboard our traditional yacht S. B. Ruposhi on the Shitalakhya River begins. At Noapara, famous for the traditional Jamdanee weaving, you are welcome to visit the skilled weavers producing the intricate textile. The cruise will continue, and tea, coffee, and snacks will be served. The boat will anchor at a convenient place for you to enjoy the peaceful evening sunset mood or a refreshing swim. A delicious barbeque dinner will be prepared and served on board. The boat will start the return journey, reaching Demra around 9:30 pm. After disembarking we will drive you back to Dhaka.
Manikgonj, a district in central Bangladesh, is known for the three largest Zamindaries (Mansions of Landowners) based in the estates of Baliati, Teota, and Dhankora.
Over eighty percent of Bangladesh’s population lives in rural settings. A village home-stay offers a deep insight into the life of a small community. As guests of a local family, you will be staying in a traditional home with basic facilities. While sharing their hospitality, you are welcome to join their daily work in and around the house or in the fields, visit the local school, try your luck at catching fish from the pond or working at the loom. Your guide will facilitate communication with the villagers.
The Royal Resort is the first and only Heritage Resort in Bangladesh. Located at Dhonbari, Tangail, the Royal Resort is only a 4-hour drive (150 km) from Dhaka.
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