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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      Travel Blogs from Dhaka

      The taste of newer and richer experiences

      A travel blog entry by myrickshawride on Jan 21, 2015

      6 comments, 14 photos

      ... going on for 19 days now and shows no signs of letting up. The government blocked Viber and Whatsapp last week in an attempt to stop protesters from communicating. So if you haven't heard from me, now you know why! But overall, I do feel safe. I think its particularly important to know that this situation in no way represents how the majority of people feel here. A lot of my coworkers express sentiments of peace and non-conflict approaches and are truly frustrated with ...

      Asalaam alaikum

      A travel blog entry by myrickshawride on Jan 13, 2015

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... in Dhaka just might be okay! The expat community is HUGE here. In the last year and half Dhaka's infrastructure has changed to reflect its diverse international community. Apparently there is a thriving expat social scene and I get the feeling I'm going to have to try and balance my work and social life! Some things never change!!
      I hope you enjoy the photos!! Until my next update, "Be kind to one another" - Ellen DeGeneres


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      Swirling Beautiful Chaos that is Dhaka, Bangladesh

      A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on Jan 29, 2013

      11 photos

      ... come back with him to see his family and country.

      I needed to get back soon to my room, my buddy Rashel was coming to grab me soon. I kept getting distracted, bought a very unusual musical instrument that made haunting sounds when the shopkeeper played it. I also bought some beautiful carved conch shell bracelets. The conch shells are shipped from Sri Lanka, carved here, often filled with gold in the grooves. They are very important in Hinduism, related to marriage i ...

      Singapore and Bangladesh

      A travel blog entry by maryamstravels on Nov 30, 2012

      8 photos

      ... Esplanade Theatre looks like a durian fruit.

      Decided to be a bit more cultural the next day, and went to go and see the Asian Civilisations Museum, which had quite a few interesting exhibits on Islamic art and archiecture. Then we saw the modern asian culture by going to Little India for dinner, and exploring the market, which felt like being in India.

      Am writing ...

      Contemporary Dhaka

      A travel blog entry by asiatogo on Jul 01, 2012

      2 photos

      ... up a textile factory and then built a ceramics factory. (Textiles are not doing so well right now. Mainly, this is because the government seems to deny him a steady flow of gas used to power the factory. Political fights.) The ceramics business was started in 1986 (or so) and is the biggest now. 3000 employees and about 50 000 items produced every day. Monno is a big brand in Bangladesh, seen in every market. They produce porcelain and bone ceramics ...