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Dhaka is much more than a city, like a wild fairground ride spinning with energy. It is a true urban melting pot bubbling over. It doesn’t matter how many times you desire to experience this city, the amazement of being overwhelmed never changes. The sightings and the experience come at you so quickly that it may take a lifetime to actually know this megapolis with various moods.

A day spent between the muddy riverbanks at Old Dhaka and the swish restaurants of Gulshan brings out uncountable gestures and shifting colors in crystal clarity. You may not fall in love with all the charm, but gradually you will start to mingle to its beat and Dhaka starts becoming a vault of intellect and art, poverty and passion, love and hate. This is one rollercoaster ride you'll never forget.

Search our customer-friendly website to avail best prices on flights to Dhaka, cheap hotel deals, discounted travel offers on car hire and other travel extras. Debark at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (DAC) and proceed towards your hotel. With our extensive hotel deals and cheap car hire you are in for a profit. Find special offers on flights and cheap holiday deals to save your money. Flying out from the UK with our guaranteed travel deals is truly worthwhile.

Beneath this informal atmosphere, Dhaka cuisine proudly boasts some great, first rate food. All the familiar Indian dishes are on the menu alongside a selection of Mughlai dishes. There's a good vegetarian section on the menu and a remarkable service. There's also a good selection for those on a tight budget as well as those with more eloquent taste.

Chefs make sure to keep their dishes as healthy as possible, using only the freshest ingredients. The surrounding restaurants are a real gem and worthy of a visit.

Among the many, the finest restaurants are - Goong, Road 50, The Castle, House 12 and many more such as Gulshan, Dae Jang Geum. You can get the best Korean food at the Korean Palace. Enjoy best sashimi in the country along with raw fish. Vegeterian's can find surplus dishes which usually can taste better than meat. BBQ Tonite, Dhanmondi, Bamboo Shoot, Roll Express, Istanbul, Road 118 are some of the food courts with amazing aroma and taste.

The months between September to March are the best time to visit Dhaka. It’s during these times when the cold settles in, though it isn’t very cold in Dhaka – the sun is warm with pleasant outdoors. Get saved from the horrors of being hit by a tropical storm, which occasionally occurs during the rainy seasons.

Dhaka is a flourishing metropolis of Bangladesh; one of the most frenetic places on Earth with colourful chaos and surprises.

In the years of rule, the city became adorned with many religious monuments, places of worship, beautifully laid out gardens and pavilions. The Parliament building is a noteworthy structure with numerous parks and mosques.  

Places worth visiting include Ramna Park, Old Dhaka, Lal Bagh Fort and Museum, the Shahid Minar memorial, the Shadarghat port, Bangabandhu Memorial, Ahsan Manjil, National Poet's Graveyard, National Leader Mausoleum, Suhrawardy Uddyaan, Banga-Bhaban, Curzon Hall, Old High Court and 1857 Memorial, Shadhinota Stambha, the Botanical Gardens, Baldha Garden, Sitara Mosque, Baitul Mukarram Mosque as well as Hindu, Buddhist and Christian churches and temples. With low cost flights to Dhaka explore wonderful attractions of the city that transcend you back in time.

People have been known to fly and flock Dhaka for variety of shopping and textile. Just name what you desire - handicrafts, souvenirs, fashionable clothing, gifts for friends and family. Dhaka has your back, and bag as well. These places are a must see to experience the best shopping in Dhaka.

Bashundhara City has eight floors of clothing, home accessories, shoes, electronics and jewelry. Be sure to check the glittering bindis and the largest Bata store. Deshi Dosh is a collection of shops with amazing variety of hand dyed scarves and some unique jewelry. Few other prominent names are Aarong, New Market, Happy Octopus, Prabhartana, Aranya, Jatra, Sopura and many more.


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