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Cities in Dhaka, Bangladesh
City: # City: #
Baganbari, Dhaka1 Kolabagan , Dhaka4
Balughat1 Lalbagh2
Banani2 mirpur9
BARIDHARA5 Mirpur, Dhaka18
Bashaboo2 MOGHBAZAR3
brahmanbaria3 Mohammadpur17
Dhaka242 Mymensingh9
Dhanmondi14 Narayanganj6
Dhanmondi, Dhaka14 Narsimgdi1
Elephant Road1 Panthopath 1
Faridpur2 savar2
gulsha8 shantinagar5
gulshan,Dhaka6 sher-e-bangla nagar2
Jamalpur1 Tejgaon2
Khilgoan4 Uttara25
Info about Dhaka, Bangladesh
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Dhaka It was formerly known as Dacca. It is the capital of Bangladesh, which became independent in 1971. Like most capitals, it is a cosmopolitan city with a large number of foreigners living and working here. Being also the business capital of the country, it has a very large polulation (10 million?) and its roads are extrmely busy and congested during business hours. The city has a lot of variety and there are a lot of historical places to see in all three sections - the old city, the central city and the new city, to suit all types of travellers. A group of university students from UCLA thought that a morning boat ride on the half mile wide Buriganga River, in the old city, where one can see the people living and doing business on water followed by a stop at a bankside village during market day was like visiting a natural Disney World. A boat trip to the Sunderbans forest, the home of the Royal Bengal Tigers, starting from either Dhaka (Sadarghat) or Khulna, is a must for all travellers to Bangladesh. Those who love the sea/beach should visit Cox's Bazaar and Kuakata.

Top Things to See and Do
There are things to see, places to visit, shopping centers and eateries catering for all ages, interest, taste and pocket. See Dhaka Travel Guide for more details.

Neighbor regions/States: Chittagong (port city), Cox's Bazaar (beach), Rangamati (hill tracts), Kaptai (man made lake), Sylhet, Srimangal (tea gardens), Khulna and Sunderbans (home of the Royal Bengal Tigers), Barisal, Kuakata (beach), Rajshahi, Jessore (bordering India)

Who is coming? I shall be visiting, mainly Dhaka, and also Chittagong and Sylhet during NOvember06/December06/January07. I can be contacted from 18th November on mobile 01712 857 453

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Hospitality Club Meetings
I would be happy to hold Hospitality Club Meetings with members and regional volunteers in Bangladesh during my forthcoming visit to Bangladesh (see Who is Coming aabove) to discuss completing the Hopitality Guide Bangaldesh Travel Guide

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Edited by: aminrahman on 07.11.2006
Last postings about Dhaka Bangladesh from other users
md.abujargifari wrote:

Longest beach in the world(Cox Bazar) Sun rise & set in the same beach(Kwakata).The largest mangrove forest in the world(Shundarban).

banglamale wrote:

I live in Dhaka which is capital of Bangladesh. Bangladesh is country which gots it independce from Pakistan in 1971 by fighting a 9 month war of freedom. Dhaka has many historical sights. Dhaka is also known as City of mosques, there are many old hindu temples and churches in Dhaka. Sight seeing, Shopping,

ullash wrote:

Longest sandy beach in the world(Cox's Bazar). Sun rise & set from the same beach(Kuwakata). The largest mangrove forest in the world(Shundarban). Which has been declared a world heritage by UNESCO.

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