Ruposhi Bangla Hotel

1 Minto Road, Dhaka City, Dhaka, 1000, Bangladesh | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 Minto Road, Dhaka City, is near National Parliament House, Lalbag Fort, Sonargaon, and Shahid Minar.
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    Travel Blogs from Dhaka City

    Leaving Yangon after War Cemetery - Arriving Dhaka

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 07, 2014

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    ... the cemetery - through some bad Monday morning traffic. We passed Shwedagon Pagoda and the driver commented on how beautiful it is. He bought a jasmine garland to drape over his mirror and gave me a couple of blossoms - smells so nice. I started thinking that maybe one reason why Myanmar was such a lovely country was that the people are Buddhist. The flower offerings are a lovely custom. And it may not be related, but the streets are lined ...

    A Couple (very) Bad Days

    A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 15, 2014

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    ... up the aisles of our bus. It was amazing to see the amount of people in need - many with disabilities (blind, missing limbs, etc). We passed out snacks to grateful recipients (different from our other experiences) and felt very blessed for how much we have. So after our terrifying and 12 hour ride without lunch or dinner, and an hour-long hotel hunt around town, we finally settled into a nice room with a late and overpriced ...

    Day 7 - Sightseeing in Dhaka

    A travel blog entry by billy.mann.7169 on Jul 21, 2013

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    Dave: Dhaka is a wonderful mixture of old and new. All the usual crazy traffic to be found in any Asian city, but with moments of calm where only cycle rickshaws pass, with green and colourful space around the university and the 'pink palace'. This is now a museum, but actually feels as if the British just walked out and left everything behind which has been gradually gathering dust ever since. The ' language' monument was a sobering place to visit, as this marks the ...

    H&M factories and my rating for Bangladesh

    A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden on Mar 20, 2013

    27 photos

    ... always read the labels in your shirt and trousers and you know these are made in Bangladesh, but now I am seeing it with my own eyes. I was fascinated about the complicated process of making just one short pants. It requires the quality control of raw materials, the cutting, many steps of sewing and stitching, washing and ironing and packaging. Everything was done there. The factory was described as one of their older ones where still a lot of hand labour ...

    New Year's Craziness-Shubo Nobo Borsho

    A travel blog entry by lnh8x on Apr 14, 2012

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    ... ride was completely un-mechanized. It was made out of wood and powered by men that pushed it around. I was very nervous to get on it, but Forida's daughter reassured me and promised to hold my hand. It turned out to be fine and pretty fun!

    We saw the floats and did lots of walking looking at all of the people and festivities as well.
    From BDnews24,"A 40-feet boat with a peacock figurehead from the fairytale symbolised the 'victory of sea' ...