Hotel Center Point

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

        Two in one...

        A travel blog entry by tashfinch on Jul 03, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... safety issues that may arise during our time on placement. It was kind of interesting (although we had covered it before), however, halfway through I starting feeling quite sick so left. Ended up having about half an hour chat to Tom, one of Kaligrams UK team leaders, about the work we would be doing on placement etc. I was under the impression that although some of the work would be teaching and related to education and women's rights etc, we would mainly ...

        Dhaka: Round 2: The Rocket

        A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 09, 2014

        1 comment, 44 photos

        ... bumpers and cutting off buses. He got us there as fast as he could. Laura and I quadrupled his pay for his hard efforts and told him to use the money to replace the broken bell on his bike. His face lit up. Later we learned that we gave him the equivalent of a days wage. It was really heartwarming to see how such little money could make such a difference in someone's life. The Rocket was awesome. We bought a first ...


        A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 04, 2014

        26 photos

        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 ...


        A travel blog entry by asiatogo on Jun 29, 2012

        2 photos

        ... was killed in 1975. Who is that? The main leader of the Bangladeshi independence movement. Bangladesh was part of Pakistan (East-Pakistan) after the former English colonies were split up into Pakistan and India. Being mistreated (no help during natural catastrophes, enforcing Urdu language on Bangladesh, exploiting the area financially), Bangladesh fought for independence in 1971. It lasted only 9 months, but apparently has the largest number of casualties considering the ...

        City Adventure with the Roomies

        A travel blog entry by lnh8x on Feb 18, 2012

        14 photos

        ... including some highly toxic materials, are released into the river every day" haha an explanative bit from Wikipedia-need I say more? After a brief stroll among the shops, rickshaws, pedestrians, motor bikes, goats, you name it, we reached our destination. The Pink Palace was once home to a ruling family or so I gathered from the information available. It was a little difficult to appreciate because ...