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Vacation Rentals & Apartments in Dhaka

805 accommodations
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US$36
Include hotels
Safe & Secured Homestay in Gulshan
2
Apartment
Dhaka, Dhaka
(1)
Homestay
US$15
/ night
Caring family in Dhaka
2
Apartment
Dhaka, Dhaka
(1)
Homestay
US$18
/ night
Jatra Rooms
8
House
Dhaka, Dhaka
(6)
Booking.com
US$57
/ night
Golpata Bed & Breakfast
2
B&B
Dhaka, Dhaka
(81)
Booking.com
US$18
/ night
Maple Crest Service Apartment
8
Guest house
Dhaka, Dhaka
(59)
Booking.com
US$37
/ night
The Blu Inn
2
Guest house
Dhaka, Dhaka
(9)
Booking.com
US$24
/ night
Rafflesia Serviced Apartments
2
Others
Dhaka, Dhaka
(2)
Agoda
US$63
/ night
Zara Inn
2
House
Dhaka, Dhaka
(28)
Booking.com
US$17
/ night
Cozy Stay
4
House
Dhaka, Dhaka
(49)
Booking.com
US$20
/ night
Green House Guesthouse
2
Guest house
Dhaka, Dhaka
(37)
Booking.com
US$29
/ night
Rajanigandha Suites
6
Apartment
Dhaka, Dhaka
(15)
Booking.com
US$60
/ night
Marriott Guest House
2
Guest house
Dhaka, Dhaka
(21)
Booking.com
US$31
/ night
Rafflesia Serviced Apartments
2
Apartment
Dhaka, Dhaka
(17)
Booking.com
US$70
/ night
Hotel Afford Inn 2
2
Villa
Dhaka, Dhaka
(1)
Expedia
US$60
/ night
Heritage Kutir
5
Apartment
Dhaka, Dhaka
(0)
Expedia
US$37
/ night
Furnished Flat In Block C Bashundhara RA
2
Apartment
Dhaka, Dhaka
(0)
Expedia
US$52
/ night
Latif villa
4
Apartment
Dhaka, Dhaka
(0)
Expedia
US$38
/ night
Mehdi's Entire 3 Bed Room Apartment
6
Apartment
Dhaka, Dhaka
(0)
Expedia
US$33
/ night
Japanese lodge hydrangea
2
Guest house
Dhaka, Dhaka
(48)
Booking.com
US$10
/ night
Babylon Hotel & Serviced Apartment
2
Others
Dhaka, Dhaka
(8)
Agoda
US$37
/ night
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About Dhaka

The Republic of Bangladesh is located in South Asia. It ranked 8th in the world’s most populous and one of the densely populated countries worldwide. The country is bordered to the west and north by India, to the east by Myanmar, and the Bay of Bengal to the south. The capital and the largest city of Bangladesh is Dhaka as it’s center economic, political tourists and cultural hub. The Ganges delta is one of the dominant geographic features of the country. It is expected that warm and sunny winter is from November to February, short hot spring between March and May, and a rainy season from June to October. The country possessed amazing beaches to offer to all its guests and share the wonderful history of its ancient ruins, together with their cultural and religious gatherings, and their perfect gastronomy dishes made for everyone to be excited in their tour to the country.

The Charm of Dhaka

1. Beautiful and Golden Beaches

Cox’s Bazar, the world’s longest beach is situated perfectly along the Bay of Bengal coastline. This endless like natural sandy sea beach is called the Tourist Capital of Bangladesh. The golden sands, dramatic cliffs, perfect waves, conch shells, beautiful pagodas, and Buddhist temples set against the magnificent background of forested hills with the lovely view of sunrise and sunset is a perfect and relaxing view of what nature is all about and God’s majestic creations. The Island of Saint Martin is special because it is the only coral island in the country. The Kuakata is known for its natural setting, a special sanctuary for migratory winter birds, and visitors can also get to know the friendly Rakhaines who happily welcome their visitors and gladly share their picturesque surroundings.

2. Historical Ruins

There is something special about ruins that ruins it makes you want to explore the past and be amazed at the thought of “what could have been”. In Bangladesh, The Paharpur is a United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization Protected Site and was known as the largest Buddhist monastery. This special place is where the monks came to discuss questions about humanity and once was a center of intellectual history that paved the way for the new form of Buddhism. The Ruin of the Puthia Complex Temple is known as the largest historic temple in the country. The typical Jor-bangla architecture and terracota style of the temple is evidence of influences Bangladesh has accepted and recognized. Another ruin is the Painam Nagar, which shows that despite being a century-old building, it is once elegant and undeniably special. Touring the Old Dhaka is a fascinating experience for all as it tells the fascinating story of its colonial past especially along the narrow streets of Buriganga River. This is also a place for the hunting of a variety of traditional and non-traditional food.

3. Merry Gathering

Religious Festivals are plenty in Bangladesh as it plays an important role in the daily lives of the Bangladeshis. Eid-Ul-Fitr is one of the biggest Muslim religious festivals in the country. Other religious festivals accepted are Eid-ul-Azha, Muharram, and Miladunnabi, which is the birth date of their prophet, Durga Puja is for the Hindus, Christmas for Christians and Buddha Purnima for the Buddhist. The biggest state festival is Independence Day that takes place every March. All cities are expected to wear lively and festive look costumes before the sound of booming guns indicating the start of the merry gathering in the country.

4. Amazing Wildlife

Nature and animal lovers will love these amazing wildlife areas found in Bangladesh to discover, explore and know different species. Tourists will definitely be rewarded with a variety of animal species only found in the country of Bangladesh. The renowned Royal Bengal Tiger ranks as one of the biggest wild cats alive today. Its coat is yellow to light orange and its stripes are ranging from dark brown to black; the belly and the interior parts of the limbs are white. They are relegated into the forest of Sundarbans and Chittagong Hill. The Hoolock Gibbons are native to eastern Bangladesh and the second-largest of the gibbons and can be found in the National Park in Srimangal. Some of these species are spotted in the country; Himalayan rat, white-toothed rat, flying squirrel, false-killer whale, and others. Truly, a wonderful place for nature at its finest.

5. Excellent Leather Goods

Leathers is one of the exports of Bangladesh so it is recommendable to buy some of these pieces when you get to Bangladesh. This unique commodity carries a distinct quality from the grassroots villages with high societies and traditional practices. You’ll mostly spot good quality leather in the city Dhaka. It is available in a wide range of colors and a variety of choices such as handbags, purses, key cases, wallets, men and women’s bags, belt and document cases and many more. The exportation of these fine leather goods creates employment for the Bangladeshis.

6. Perfect Cuisine Combinations

Bengali cuisine is shaped by varied historical influences and the geography of the country. The staple food is freshwater fish that holds a distinctive feature of the country’s gastronomy taking advantage of its magnificent sea waters. Some of the major fishes incudes tilapia, bhetki, katla, baiin, chitol, pomfret, pangash, pabda, shing, koral and many more. The pitha or rice cake comes with different variations from the different districts of the country. It is basically added with palm sugar, molasses, date palm juice, and coconut milk. The methods for preparing pitha includes steaming, deep frying and a combination of both methods. The Bangladeshi are economical too as they use clay pots and banana leaves in cooking this Bengali cuisine. Much to its influence is the adding of spices like bay leaves, cumin powder, red chili, turmeric, and mustard seeds. It is important to know that Bangladeshi dish is very sweet to mild and extremely spice hence a perfect gastronomy adventure.