Rose Wood Residence

Address: # 6/A. Road #13, Gulshan 1, Dhaka City, Dhaka, 1212, Bangladesh | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on # 6/A. Road #13, Gulshan 1, Dhaka City, is near Ala-Archa Gorge, Lake Issy-Kul, National Historical Museum, and Osh Bazaar.
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Travel Blogs from Dhaka City

WE HAVE INTERNET!!!

A travel blog entry by tashfinch on Jul 04, 2015

2 photos

... I walked past, it turned out there was a young boy of about 5 or 6 sitting crouched up on his legs shining two shoes for a guy standing next to him. The guy was really smartly dressed, looked quite snazzy and was talking on an iPhone. That affected me more than I thought it would. It's amazing how one trip outside the hostel can expose so much... We got to the other side of the road and all seemed to gather in a crowd. It turned out we were queuing for a rickshaw ride back to the ...

Thrills of Dhaka

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 09, 2014

125 photos

... to the Bengali people who did not speak or understand the Arabic-based Urdu. So students and others started to fight for use of their own language. Our local guide Jahangir also told us that the jute that was produced in East Pakistan was used to suppress them. The film emphasized genocide and the cruelty of West Pakistan. Bhuto in particular was not positively portrayed. Here too (as in Armenia and Georgia), the artists, intellectuals and leaders were sought out ...

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 ...

Day 7 - Sightseeing in Dhaka

A travel blog entry by billy.mann.7169 on Jul 21, 2013

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Dave: Dhaka is a wonderful mixture of old and new. All the usual crazy traffic to be found in any Asian city, but with moments of calm where only cycle rickshaws pass, with green and colourful space around the university and the 'pink palace'. This is now a museum, but actually feels as if the British just walked out and left everything behind which has been gradually gathering dust ever since. The ' language' monument was a sobering place to visit, as this marks the ...

H&M factories and my rating for Bangladesh

A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden on Mar 20, 2013

27 photos

... process ofhow H&M garments are made, he thought we came for business, but after some more explanations he accepted our quite unusual request. He gave us a private driver and car to get us to his closest factory and we were accompanied by one of his merchandise managers to give us a full tour. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. Seeing the factory and all the employees, I realised I was in the heart of where my clothing, the ones I buy back home, are actually made. You ...