Start your day with a morning jog in the adjacent lush green Ramna Park and come back to have a healthy breakfast at the Elements. Discover the old Dhaka going through Dhaka University Campus. Visit Lalbag Fort, Ahsan Manjil, Dhaka’s Nabab Residence. You can also experience the historical Armenian Church, Star Mosque, Dhakeswari Temple, Gurudwara Nanak Shahi etc.
Take a taxi to the Dhaka New market this is the place to get every thing you need. It is surrounded by Chadnichowk market for Fabric, Hawkers market for traditional saree, Dubai market for ceramic items and Nurjahan market for different branded garments products etc. For the up market shopping visit Bashundhara Shopping Mall.
For film lovers evening is the best time to rejuvenate yourself by enjoying the latest movies at Star Cineplex Bashundhara or Blockbuster Cinemas at the Jamuna Future Park. Both are super malls offering great selections of clothes, perfumes, watches from local big names to International brands.
Dhaka, the Capital and largest city of Bangladesh, has a history of 400 years of Prosperity. Age old establishments are still standing bearing the witnesses of time, situated mostly in old Dhaka. Dhaka is also known as the city of thousand mosques. Densely populated city with thousands of mosques all around it. The name Dhaka came from traditional drums called ‘Dhak’ which is an Integral part of Dhakeshwari temple. InterContinental Dhaka was the first international luxury hotel in the country and is a part of history of our Liberation war. During 1971 liberation war this hotel was declared peace zone. Journalists and guests from all over the world observed true situation of the country with the help of hotel stuffs and helped to form international support for Bangladesh government. Rickshaw is a part of Bangladeshi transport culture. In spite of fast modernization this old tradition survived strongly. Rickshaw owners love to decorate their vehicle with traditional Bengali art and culture. Rickshaw art is a form of neo romanticism evolved within modern day peoples thought and economy. Dhaka University is the highest educational institute and the cultural hub of Dhaka city. Bearing the legacy of many historical movements, this area holds a very special significance. Art and drama festivals are organized every year in this area, also spring festivals, Pohela Boishakh: First day of Bengali New Year are celebrated grandly.