It is a music store where you'll find very rare CD's that are hard to find in the US/UK and a lot of other places. Just check the link if you don't believe me.
It is a budget hotel in Dhaka. This hotel is located in central Dhaka. Nice, clean room. Tariff starts from $5-10. Also there is a nice restaurant in the 2nd floor of the hotel.
45 Bangabandhu Ave, Old Dhaka, Dhaka, South Asia
+880 02 956 2279
Google map: tinyurl.com/komax3
A great place to shop for clothes - much of the clothes for sale in the western world are made in Bangladesh, and this is one of the places where you can buy them before they hit the high street (and before the high street prices get slapped on).
5 South Avenue, Gulshan # 1
Google map: tinyurl.com/rccqao
The liberation war of 1971 was an extremely painful event in the country’s history, costing the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan) rejected the notion of Islamic nationhood and separated from Pakistan (then West Pakistan). The museum is a worthwhile attempt to preserve the memory of that period, and to create awareness in the lives of Bangladeshis today.
The museum also has an inspiring outreach program for school children. Don’t expect swanky displays. Currently the whole place is a bit crude and mouldy. However there are plans to move the museum and upgrade it generally. Books, postcards, posters, tapes, t-shirts on the war are available. There is also a small café.
This hip cafe is tucked away in embassy land in a dilapidated looking house. It is popular with aid workers, foreign professionals and the local trendies. Quite busy during lunch.
Yes it looks bad from the outside but that's the idea, apparently.
(North) Gulshan 2, Road No 72, House 3a, first floor.
Google map: tinyurl.com/nzl9dr
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