Your Dhaka tour will start at the local Parliament building, also known as Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban and considered one of the worldâs most significant examples of modern 20th-century architecture. The stunning building was designed by famed architect Louis Khan and is one of the largest legislative complexes in the world.
From there, weâll then visit Lalbag, a 17th-century Mughal fort that stands along the Buriganga River and is said to be a monument to the unfulfilled dreams of a prince during that time. Weâll also see the nearby Khan Mohammad Mridha Mosque, which was built during the same period.
Next up, your Dhaka tour will lead you to Dhakeshwari Temple, said to be the most important place of worship for Hindus in Bangladesh. Weâll also check out the tradition of block printing at the market before heading to an evening theatre show at the national theatre.
This theatre is known for its cultural performances of epic Bengali love stories, and weâre going to take in a traditional stage performance that shows off Bangladeshâs culture and heritage. Most of the shows here are performed by professional drama troupes, so youâre sure to see an excellent performance!
And of course, because you canât experience the City of Rickshaws without riding on three wheels, weâll ride a rickshaw through the city streets, giving you a true taste of local life in Dhaka!
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Dhaka a conservative Muslim city; therefore, itâs recommended you dress modestly (no tank tops or short shorts). As this trip includes a visit to a mosque, men and women should both have a shirt with long sleeves.
This is a child-friendly tour. Children under the age of 6 are permitted to join this tour.
A maximum of 12 people per booking