Jinjira Palace is a 400-year-old edifice of the Mughal period, located on the banks of the river Buriganga in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. This article gives you a brief overview on the history, significance, architecture and travel information of Jinjira Palace, along with a few rare photographs.
Nuhash Polli is a dream garden located at Pirujali village, 25 km away from Gazipur district headquarters. The present area of the Polli is about 40 bighas. The late popular novelist Humayun Ahmed established this natural landscape in Gazipur near Dhaka. Hotapara Bazar, which is 12 km from Gazipur crossroads, Pirujali village is 8 km far from there. It is a home of peace inside the deep forest of shorea robusta trees. The silent beauty of nature enlivens the traveler here. Humayun Ahmed, the legendary writer of postmodern Bengali fiction, is asleep here forever.
Dhaka Ramna Park Ramna Park is a picturesque park in Ramna area of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. It is the oldest park in Dhaka city, which has a tradition of more than four hundred years. Every year, on the initiative of Chhayanaut, Bangla New Year is celebrated on the first day of Boishakh under …
Dhanmondi Lake is like a piece of silent peace amidst the noise of the capital Dhaka. The lake has come to be known as Dhanmondi Lake due to its location in the Dhanmondi area. The beautiful combination of greenery and water has made Dhanmondi Lake popular with people of all walks of life. That is why the afternoons of Dhanmondi Lake are full of tourists walking with their loved ones.
Gulshan Lake Park Gulshan Lake Park is a wonderful park in the most elite area of Dhaka city, where the people of the city go for a walk to spend some time with recreation and get peace of mind. The park is located between Gulshan and Banani areas and a five-minute walk north of Gulshan …
Baldha Garden is a renowned botanical garden, located at Wari area of the old part of Dhaka city. Narendra Narayan Roy Chowdhury, a landlord of Baldha, started construction of the park in 1909, on 3.38 acres of land. Construction took about 8 years to complete. The garden has about 15,000 trees of 672 species, according to Banglapedia, the national encyclopedia of Bangladesh.