Shopping in Dhaka City

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Shopping in Dhaka City

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  • nilintentum_reliquit
    Melbourne, Australia2,518 contributions
    I loved this place as it was bright and colourful, full of locals buying their wares and charming shop assistants just wanting to say hello. Plenty to see and marvel at and there are ATMs if you fancy anything plus restaurants and a range of food stalls.
    Outside the rush hour traffic is a sight to behold and you can't but watch in wonder.
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    Written January 5, 2023
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  • dmittleman
    Palm Beach Gardens, FL1,444 contributions
    This striking mansion has seen better days, but it's a great example of the historic architecture that once found it's place thoughout Bangladesh. Although you can't "visit" the house, you can wander through the areas where bronze statues are made by the lost wax technique. This is all done by one family for generations. There is a nice shop area with many different bronze offerings which make good souvenirs and gifts. The matriarch proudly takes visitors around explaining the process.
    Written January 5, 2020
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  • Amazing Santan
    Durgapur, India220 contributions
    I visited this site for the Handicrafts Exhibition hosted by the Bangladesh Government. The place was nicely decorated with all modern amenities, well-marked and separated stalls, central air-conditioning.
    Written September 22, 2019
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  • Rahat H
    1 contribution
    we visited nagarkot,kathmandu,sarangkot,pokhara. all these place was so insane. the host and guide were too nice man.
    Written January 25, 2022
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  • Nasim A
    Dhaka City, Bangladesh4 contributions
    It's one of the busiest business of Dhaka, Bangladesh. A wet Market is near by, the Biggest in Dhaka. Pan Pacific Hotel near by. Film Development Corporation the most attractive area near by. Of Course, HATIRJHEEL, The Paris part is also located near by. Enjoy good time.
    Written June 10, 2019
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  • Wasif H
    Dhaka City, Bangladesh190 contributions
    There is only some few places in Dhaka for arts, Bengal Gallery of Fine arts is one of them. Bengal group has a very good reputation for their taste & contribution in different sectors of arts and this is place is also not different of that.
    Written August 30, 2018
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  • Rita B
    Lexington, KY58 contributions
    We went in late 2019 through early 2020. Great experience. Will go back again. Definitely a one stop shop.
    Written January 15, 2022
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  • bucketlisttravellers
    Sydney, Australia3,783 contributions
    We came to this gallery for the 2 day exhibition entitled ‘Rohingya Crisis: 1 Year on’. We found this exhibition very moving. The exhibition shone a spotlight on the plight of the Rohingya refugees that have fled across the border to Bangladesh.
    Entry is free and you need to pass through security to enter the building.
    Written October 28, 2018
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  • wheelchairandeye
    Mumbai, India1,074 contributions
    Vasundhara Mall it is so difficult for a person who does not know the language to to find out where to go for shopping because it consists of 8 to9 floors
    ...when I started I went to the ground floor and I could see only mobile shops so I was little taken aback I did not know that if I got out and I walked in the front like any other Mall I would find shops this I realised only after visiting on the 7th floor which is a good shopping floor .....it has a store called DanDoshi which has quite a lot of local Indian traditional where I was looking mostly for them and I was happy to find something good.... I did visit big store on the ground flour called ecstasy and I think it had fantastic jackets and jeans but they were very highly priced I would not buy anything.... I had heard that shopping in Bangladesh should be cheaper because mostly the stuff is made in Bangladesh especially Denim but I was not happy with the prices at all.... on the whole I found only store for traditional clothing worth visiting ..if you are looking for mobile phones ground floor is the best choice 8th floor is there food court which I did not visit because I was getting late.... it was very sad that I could not find a way to get into the Mall from the main entrance I had to find my way through the basements there was a lift that took me to the top floor ...every time I had to get out to the main entrance I had to come to the basement and get out to catch an uber also.. I realised that taking an Uber is the cheapest way to get from one place to the other don't even think of any other means of transport but be aware you need an hour at least in the traffic jam to get from one place to another even though it is just 2 kilometre away... I had visited another mall called Jamuna future park but I feel that if you are looking for local Bangladeshi cotton traditional clothes then it is better available in Bashundhara
    Written November 26, 2019
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  • zamanwho
    Dhaka City, Bangladesh1,101 contributions
    Mustafa Mart is an international chain departmental store located at the Basement of the Bashundhara City, Panthapath in Dhaka. They have a large collection of imported products like garments, bags, cosmetics, perfumes, toys, stationery, sports goods and many others. They have displayed their goods in the store in a very nice way but nothing comparable with their Singapore outlet. The goods are overrated in compare to other same standard shops elsewhere in the city.
    Written January 22, 2018
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  • Md. Saikot Hossain
    5 contributions
    One of the biggest shopping Mall in Bangladesh. Here you can get every kinds of products.and it is good shopping Mall.Onside have many kinds of playing system and accessories.
    Written January 7, 2020
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