• Access From

    Sonargaon, 26 km east of Dhaka

  • Location HighLight

    Parliament House, Lalbagh Fort, Star Mosque, Dhakeshwari Temple, Shodrugat, A

  • Duration

    Day long tour


This is an unforgettable day long tour to discover the vibrant and lively Dhaka city, the capital city and the busiest city of Bangladesh. During our Dhaka city sightseeing we will take you to the top attractions of the old Dhaka. Experience the local lifestyle and culture by walking and riding rickshaw on the narrow back street of old Dhaka. Have the ultimate experience of what the old Dhaka city has to offer. 

The sightseeing includes visiting Sadarghat a river port which is the busiest port of local people, outside of Ahsan Manzil (Pink Palace) and our National Parliament. Visit Star Mosque, Curzon Hall and Dhakeshwari Temple.


Besides, we will also visit the old capital of Bengal which we call “Sonargaon” and also a very ancient city call “Panam City”.

Sonargaon is one of the old capital of the historic region of Bengal and was an administrative center of eastern Bengal. Panam City was an ancient city, the archaeological ruins of which is situated at Sonargaon, Narayanganj in Bangladesh. It is one of three earliest cities in Bangladesh that is still standing.


Itinerary with place highlights:


 Visit Sonargaon (The Lost City)

In the morning, we will travel 26 kilometers east of Dhaka to visit Sonargaon. Once it was the capital of Bengal in the 16th and 17th centuries, it is now houses of a Folk Museum and features the Panam Nagar, a street with over a century-old mansions. We plan to return to Dhaka around 12:00 PM.


 Come back to Dhaka

Have lunch somewhere in a convenient restaurant and then start experiencing old Dhaka.


 Visit Shakhari Bazar

Shankhari Bazaar is one of the oldest areas in Old Dhaka. It stretches along a narrow lane,lined with richly decorated brick buildings, built during the late Mughal or Colonial period. Thearea was dominated by the Shankhari community, who derived their name from Shankha, adecorated bangle crafted from slices of Shankha or conch shells. A Shankha bangle is the symbolthat indicates that a Hindu woman is married. In the 17th century, the Shankharis (conch shellworkers) were reportedly brought to Dhaka by the Mughal emperor, who allotted them thisarea for settlement; it later became known as Shankhari Bazaar.

 Visit Sadarghat, the busiest river port

The Sadarghat Launch Terminal, located on the banks of the Buriganga River and one of theworld’s largest river ports, is the main port of Bangladesh‘s vibrant capital city. Packed withcargo ferries and riverboat taxis, the Sadarghat Launch Terminal is the main port of Bangladesh’s capital city Dhaka – and one of the busiest river ports in the world.


 Visit Curzon Hall, the first administrative building of Dhaka University

The Curzon Hall is a British Raj-era building and home of the Faculty of Sciences atthe University of Dhaka.The building was originally intended to be a town hall and is named after Lord Curzon, theViceroy of India who laid its foundation stone in 1904. Upon the establishment of DaccaUniversity in 1921, it became the base of the university's science faculty.One of the best examples of Dhaka's architecture, it is a happy blend of European and Mughalelements, particularly noticeable in the projecting facade in the north which has both horses- shoe and cusped arches.


 Visit Shaheed Minar

The Shaheed Minar is a national monument in Dhaka, Bangladesh, established to commemorate those killed during the Bengali Language Movement demonstrations in 1952. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999.

 Visit Dhakeshwari Temple, it is the largest temple in Bangladesh and was built in the 12thcentury. Dhakeshwari National Temple is a Hindu temple in Dhaka. It is state-owned, giving it thedistinction of being Bangladesh's 'National Temple'. The name "Dhakeshwari" means "Goddess of Dhaka". It is also the largest Hindu temple in Bangladesh. The Dhakeshwari (Durga) temple was built in the 12th century by Ballal Sen, a king of the Sena dynasty, and it is said that the city of Dhaka was named after the Goddess. The current architectural style of the temple cannot be dated to that period because of the numerous repairs, renovations, and rebuilding that have taken place over time. It is considered an essential part of Dhaka's cultural heritage. The original 900-year-old statue was taken to west Bengal, India in 1947, during the partition of India.

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  • Meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner)

  • Travel by air-conditioned vehicle

  • Japanese guide


Dhaka is a modern city full of energy. It is a history of 400 years.


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