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Kathmandu (KTM) - Dhaka (DAC)
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Dhaka (DAC) - Kathmandu (KTM)
Economy : 40 KG

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Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh, in southern Asia. Set beside the Buriganga River, it’s at the center of national government, trade and culture. The 17th-century old city was the Mughal capital of Bengal, and many palaces and mosques remain. American architect Louis Khan’s National Parliament House complex typifies the huge, fast-growing modern metropolis.

Since its establishment as a modern capital city, the population, area, and social and economic diversity of Dhaka have grown tremendously. Dhaka is now one of the most densely industrialized regions in the country.By the 21st century, it emerged as a megacity, which is now listed as a beta-global city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC). Dhaka is a major financial center in the region, being home to many local and international companies. Its stock exchange has over 750 listed companies. The city hosts over 50 diplomatic missions and the headquarters of BIMSTEC. The city's culture is known for its cycle-rickshaws, cuisine, art festivals and religious diversity. The old city is home to around 2000 buildings from the Mughal and British periods, including notable structures such as the Bara Katra and Choto Katra caravansaries. The city's modernist national assembly is one of the largest parliaments in the world.

Bangladesh at a glance

  • Official Name
    People's Republic of Bangladesh
  • Capital
  • Official Languages
  • Area
  • Population
    164.7 million (2017) World Bank
  • Currency
  • Timezone
  • Weather

Around Dhaka

Lalbagh Fort
Lalbagh Fort is a 17th century Mughal fort and one of the key tourist attractions in Dhaka. Started by Prince Mohammed Azam and handed to then governor of Dhaka Shaista Khan for completion, who didn't finish it because of her daughter Pari Bibi whose tomb is inside the fort. There is a small museum inside displaying Mughal paintings and calligraphy, along with swords and firearms.
Dhakeshwari National Temple
Dhakeshwari Temple is a state owned Hindu temple in Dhaka. The name Dhakeshwari means "Goddess of Dhaka". This 'National Temple' was built by one Mangat Ray who was also known as Ballalsena, younger brother of Arakanese king Shrisudharma, son of famous Arakanese king Raja Malhana, alias Husen Shah.
National Assembly Building
The National Assembly building is one of Dhaka’s finest landmark. It was designed in 1963 by Louis Kahn, a renowned American architect. The building has a huge assembly of rectangular boxes and concrete that are sliced open with bold triangular apertures in place of windows.

Useful information


In Bangladesh the power plugs and sockets are of type C, D, G and K. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

Visa Requirements

Citizens of most countries require a valid visa to enter Bangladesh. Type and category of visa will vary according to the purpose of visit, the length of stay and bilateral arrangement with the country of the foreign national.


It is estimated that mechanized road transport carry about 70% of the country's total passenger and cargo volume.About 32% of the total area of Bangladesh is effectively covered by the railways.


Bengali or Bangla, the official and national language of Bangladesh, is also the language spoken by the majority of people of the country.The Aryan languages are spoken mainly in the lowlands of Bangladesh.The Aryan language is spoken in some parts of northeastern India, Burma, and Bangladesh.


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