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Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh. It is a pulsating, vibrant, and busy city – one of the most hectic places on the planet!
Dhaka is home to a number of religious buildings. There is the national Mosque, the national temple, an Armenian church, a Buddhist monastery, and numerous other places of worship. Ahsan Manzil, also known as the Pink Palace, is topped by a glorious dome. The Presidential Palace poses an impressive sight from outside.
Lalbagh Fort has a violent and gruesome past. Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban is a modern gem in the city; it is used as the parliament building. There are various interesting monuments dotted around the city's streets. Dhaka Zoo is great for kids.
There are several pretty parks which make for perfect picnicking spots, as well as a variety of museums to pique all interests. Boat trips can be enjoyed along the river.
Bazaars and markets are brimming with bargains galore – be prepared to barter hard!
There is an abundance of cheap eateries, as well as restaurants serving global favourites. Street food is best avoided by visitors.
Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport is the main airport serving Dhaka and Bangladesh. Sadarghat is the main ferry terminal. A direct rail service links Dhaka to India's Calcutta. Buses connect with various locations in India and country-wide. Rickshaws and auto rickshaws are the most common way of getting around the congested city. Walking can often be a faster option than using the roads.
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