Hotel Center Point

Address: House # 2/A, Road # 95, Gulshan, Dhaka, 1212, Bangladesh | Hotel
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This hotel, located on House # 2/A, Road # 95, Gulshan, is near Ala-Archa Gorge, Lake Issy-Kul, National Historical Museum, and Osh Bazaar.
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Travel Blogs from Gulshan


A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 04, 2014

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Our first encounter with a local Bangali was on the plane. The business man next to me lit up with passion as he eagerly talked about his love for his country, culture, and Islamic religion. He even gave his business card and invited us numerous times to come to his office downtown for tea. Upon stepping out of the airport in Bangladesh, we found ourselves facing a big metal fence with hundreds of faces pressed against it. Due to protests from the recent ...

Swirling Beautiful Chaos that is Dhaka, Bangladesh

A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on Jan 29, 2013

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... Khan Parliament building and the National Cricket Stadium. I just had Rashal's number, hadn't established where we would meet.

I had driver drop me at the Dhaka Botanical Gardens, called Rashal from someone's phone. While waiting for him, I had a stroll around the massive and peaceful place. It was surprising that there was litter on the ground, besides that it was very nice. Young couples walked hand in hand. In a conservative society, this is one place people come ...

Big Bang Theory, Audis, and Exhaustion

A travel blog entry by lnh8x on Feb 11, 2012

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... much, much more. I watched Footloose, about 10 episodes of Big Bang, and a romcom. There was also complementary ice cream, drinks, and snacks whenever you wanted and several meals. It was pretty solid minus the fact that I was not very tired and didn’t sleep!

Doha airport was full of duty free items like liquor, chocolate, and audis. I was also served another meal by the airline in the ...

Late Night Zombies (Con't)

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Nov 09, 2011


... what we are dealing with. I will brief you again once we have secured that specimen. The time frame for this operation is expected to be in the range of 48 to 72 hours. I’ll now open up the floor to questions but before we get stared need I remind you of the legal consequences of discussing the sensitive material discussed here in this tent with the media?” Silence. “Good. The entire provinces of Quebec and Ontario are under lockdown. No travel in or out. ...

Heartbreak in Bangladesh

A travel blog entry by jb. on Mar 27, 2011

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... dancing like a muppet to Waka Waka or looking super glum in that QF.

If it were not for the cricket, I would likely never have visited Bangladesh & I'm so chuffed I did. Who would have believed it but Dhaka is more chaotic than any Indian city I visited - swarms of people everywhere (B'desh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world), mad traffic & a constant super hectic hussle & bussle. ...