Hotel Tower Inn International Ltd.

Address: 183, Jubilee Road , Chittagong City, Chittagong, 4000, Bangladesh | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 183, Jubilee Road , Chittagong City.
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      Travel Blogs from Chittagong City

      Intense poverty after a hectic approach

      A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 20, 2013

      13 photos

      ... very little.  We took a 45 minute walk around our hotel and were inundated and eventually overwhelmed by the conditions.  The people just had very little, and the shops had few people to sell to.  By the time we were done walking around, there was a small band of people, mainly kids and one persistent rickshaw driver, following us.  We had a beer, in what is one of the saddest hotel bars I’ve ever been to, in order to ...

      !! Beyond borders: Ship-Breaking Yards !! REVISED

      A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden on Mar 11, 2013

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... I met one Australian guy (the only foreigner I have seen in Chittagong) who went there to buy two engines for a fraction of the price I would have to pay back home.

      Bangladesh, a country where it is not easy to get by by yourself. But seeing the lives of the workers at the ship-breaking yards only makes me realize I have nothing to complain about. Life in The Netherlands is one with some of the highest standard ...

      Bart Blogging 'Bout Bangladesh

      A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden on Mar 10, 2013

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... get my point, for me it is not about the money but more the concept and how it will develop in the long term. Talking about money, accommodation is not so cheap in Bangladesh as I expected. Due to the lack of masses of backpackers, there are no guesthouses and you would have to spend your night in hotels that cater for business men (local or foreign). The room rates are in general around 10€ per night and they can go up to 100$, but the low ...


      A travel blog entry by jackiesee on Dec 19, 2012

      3 photos

      ... groups initiated protests. In response, during the 1980s the governments gave titles to Bengalis for Adivasi land. Since then, there have been many clashes between insurgent groups and the Bangladeshi government. Furthermore a river was dammed and Kaptai Lake was created, which put a significant amount of Adivasi lands underwater. Land for resettlement and compensation payments were insufficient and at least 100, 000 people became refugees. Christian Missionary activity ...


      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jul 01, 2011

      ... holding her hand out. She had clearly been through rough times and was missing hair on her head. I exiting the bus in the back in and re entered the front after she left. I'm pretty sure that bad traffic regulations cause people and traffic to share the road. The sidewalks are often filled with garbage or animals, so they aren't used much. I often see people with no legs or no arms or no fingers or ...