Shishu Park

Shishu Park

Shishu Park is the only public sector children’s amusement park in Shahbag, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Established in 1979 on 15-acre (61,000) of land, it is the first children’s amusement park in Bangladesh. Established as a profit making venture by Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation, the government-owned tourism promotion agency in Bangladesh, it is maintained by Dhaka City Corporation […]

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Martyred Intellectuals Memorial

Martyred Intellectuals Memorial

Martyred Intellectuals Memorial is a memorial built in memory of the martyred intellectuals of Bangladesh Liberation War. The memorial, located at Rayerbazar, Mohammadpur Thana in Dhaka,[1] was designed by architect Mostafa Ali Kuddus. The initial proposal for a memorial at Rayer Bazar was brought forward by Projonmo 71 (organisation of the children of the martyrs […]

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Doyel Chattar

Doyel Chattar

Doel Chattar at the Dhaka University Campus, One of the great iconic sculptures of the Dhaka town. Doyel chattar has become the biggest market for pottery and terracotta pieces.

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Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden

The National Botanical Garden of Bangladesh, also referred to as Bangladesh National Herbarium, is the largest plant conservation center in Bangladesh, with an area of around 84 hectares (210 acres). It is located at Mirpur in Dhaka, beside the Dhaka Zoo. It was establishes in 1961. It is one of the greatest botanical gardens of […]

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Alam vai ar jhal muri

Alam vai ar jhal muri

Jhalmuri- A traditional Bengali snack, Jahlmuri starts with puffed rice. Like most street foods, there’s no set recipe, each chef will make this favourite their own. The most traditional additions are vegetables (onion, potato, chick peas, cucumber), spices (masala powder, coriander, ginger, salt), peanuts, mustard oil and lime juice. Alam ar Jhalmuri is popular jhalmuri […]

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Chandni Chowk Market

Chandni Chowk Market

A shopping center is a combination of different types of shops at a single place. It’s also called as shopping mall, shopping precinct, shopping arcade, etc. There are different types of shopping centers are available and many of them are specialized for different category. Basically Chandni Chowk Market is best place for local fabrics and […]

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Tanti Bazar

Tanti Bazar

Set up sometime in the 18th century, the narrow streets of Tanti Bazar house about 400 jewellery shops and goldsmiths’ workshops. About 20,000 craftsmen usually toil here, softening gold over charcoal fires and then fashioning it into bangles, earrings and necklaces using centuries-old techniques. Location

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Bongshal Pond

Bongshal Pond

Across the long-reclaimed Dholaikhal, at the edge of Tanti Bazaar, the narrow streets lead to the Bongshal Talaab. Making an appearance in the 1908 version of the Cadastral Survey map, the roughly 100-year-old water tank is one of the few remaining in Dhaka and maintained by the community. Location

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