Purbani International

Address: 1, Dilkusha, Dhaka, Bangladesh | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1, Dilkusha, Dhaka, is near National Parliament House, Lalbag Fort, Sonargaon, and Shahid Minar.
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      Dhaka: Round 2: The Rocket

      A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 09, 2014

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... to his stomach in black sewer water scooping out sludge in order to un-clog the sewer. I've never seen a dirtier job. That man deserves a raise (and a hot shower or two). But with the bad comes the good. Dhaka is picturesque. Everywhere you look is a million dollar picture. The streets are lined with colorful rickshaws and clothes. People love to talk to foreigners as they are a rare commodity. It was very different talking ...

      Swirling Beautiful Chaos that is Dhaka, Bangladesh

      A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on Jan 29, 2013

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      ... Bazaar. This a mostly Hindu area a half mile walk or so from the port. Todd and I walked through mobs of smiling people, took a look at the little place I wanted to stay, Kalpana Boarding House. I had been told that the people
      there weren't the friendliest and probably wouldn't let a foreigner stay. Todd and I made note of where the place was, stopped in a charming little Hindu temple in Shakhari Bazaar. The main street of this bazaar is too skinny for cars, bicycle ...

      In the Dhaka spotlight

      A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Dec 18, 2012

      9 photos

      ... who had guides take us around, providing us with lunch, tea, and entry to tourist sights. We were being treated really well, and to think, we thought that we would rock up to Dhaka, get our tickets and permits, then make our own way around the country without a guide. Think again!

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      Destination Bangladesh

      A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Dec 05, 2012

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      ... East Pakistan as tourists.

      So how does one go about planning a trip to Bangladesh? Well, simple, just ask your travel agent. Whomp, fail! After one email to our Australian travel agent who specialises in adventure travel, he pretty much told us that he knows nothing about Bangladesh as it is not a tourist destination for Australians. ‘Plan B’, research Bangladesh on Wiki Travel. Okay we were finally getting somewhere, as we got a bit of information and ...

      Old Dhaka

      A travel blog entry by asiatogo on Jun 30, 2012

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      Breakfast is similar to yesterday, possibly even more awesome. I drink some tea, which I drink in Bangladesh at every opportunity. Today we are going to Old Dhaka, Rasheed's father is with us. He is a good influence. He has this kind of casual, relaxed presence that influences others. He used to run their family business (more tomorrow) and travel a lot, but now taking things a bit easier. Old Dhaka is in the south of Dhaka, I don't remember how long it takes to get ...