Purbani International

Address: 1, Dilkusha, Dhaka, Bangladesh | Hotel
 
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Location

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

      Na Chini

      A travel blog entry by myrickshawride on Feb 12, 2015

      10 photos

      ... bread, rice, you name it!

      At the UN building, we have staff who are employed to bring tea/coffee, juice, fruit, and other little meals around the office. Over a couple of days I observed my colleagues ordering and thought, yup, I want in! In my excitement, I placed my first order for a fresh orange juice. When it was brought to me, and knowing the sugar situation is out of control here, I asked if there was sugar in my juice? His initial ...

      The taste of newer and richer experiences

      A travel blog entry by myrickshawride on Jan 21, 2015

      6 comments, 14 photos

      ... Well, this city does not disappoint. The people here are incredible; ambitious, intelligent and making things happen in the world. Whether its development work with the UN or NGO's, or in the garment and fashion industry, these people are big players on the world stage and I feel excited to learn everyones personal story!

      This past week, we met a British/Bangladshi guy who invited us to his neighbours wedding! So naturally, we went! Can you imagine having strangers at ...

      Dhaka: Round 2: The Rocket

      A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 09, 2014

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... line up together and sell the same thing. I guess capitalism hasn't taken roots here like were used to seeing. Dhaka is pretty dang polluted. Laura and I both have been waking up with soar throats every morning and continually have to blow our nose throughout the day. Like many places, there is no trash services. A make-shift sewer system lines the roads that most trash ends up in. At one point, we saw a naked man ...

      Swirling Beautiful Chaos that is Dhaka, Bangladesh

      A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on Jan 29, 2013

      11 photos

      ... 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!


      As we ventured around Dhaka on a cycle rickshaw, we found ourselves in the Dhaka spotlight, as people we passed were intrigued. They looked at us with the 'what the ...