Sundarban Hotel

I/D Free School Street, Sonargaon Road, Dhaka City, Dhaka, 1205, Bangladesh | Hotel
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This hotel, located on I/D Free School Street, Sonargaon Road, Dhaka City, is near National Parliament House, Lalbag Fort, Sonargaon, and Shahid Minar.
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Travel Blogs from Dhaka City


A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 12, 2014

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... I was led to a women area (which also exists on city busses and in some restaurants) while Mark stayed with the men. I am used to the staring, so 10 women looking me up and down didn't phase me much. Thank goodness smiling is a universal language. They kept trying to talk to me in Bangla and Hindi until one kind woman who understood finally explained that I only speak English. I managed to brokenly convey that Mark is my husband and I have no babies as they fed ...


A travel blog entry by globalwanderers on Oct 18, 2013

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... we could enjoy a nice cold beer - there were none in sight. We were soon to learn about Bangladesh's strict rules of importation and selling of alcohol.

Changing money wasn't quite as easy as we thought,with half an hour to spare before catching our train we decided to hit the banks nearby it took 4 banks before oe would change our moeny. We also discovered we were asking in a mobile phone shop, not a bank, as we walked out of ...

Dusty Dhaka

A travel blog entry by jackiesee on Dec 06, 2012

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... a dive down the road. Filthy smelly carpets, extremely noisy, cockroaches. Checked the mattress, and wished I hadn't. Valium to the rescue!

Dec 7th - Breakfast in hotel restaurant, men only, all who did a double take when I walked in, and continued to stare while I ate. First of many dhal, naan bread and cold veg curry breakfasts. I did enjoy my first chai, I hope the ants swimming in the saucer did too! Its wonderful how much ...

Bengal bouts

A travel blog entry by kenahan.kate on Jul 05, 2012

... there were at least twenty pedestrians and perhaps forty vehicles in view.

As for the bus ride from the airport to the hotel, the traffic was nerve-wracking. Overloaded buses groaned from one traffic snarl to the next while three-wheeled tuktuks darted among the cars, trucks and buses. Frequently, bicycles and pedestrians ambled in the most careless way straight through the traffic.

While I thought about the ...

Masochism at it's finest-- Back to Dhaka

A travel blog entry by alevay on Apr 03, 2012

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... I moved back to Cherry Grove, Alberta to live with my parents and finish my thesis. I received word in December that I had been accepted to do an internship with an international development research group based out of Ottawa which would involve me coming back to Dhaka and it would begin January 2012. Needless to say, I got my ass in gear and finished my thesis at the end of January and completed my masters degree... only took a cool 2.5 years and months of anguish ...

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