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 Circle-2. Gulshan Lake Park occupies one of the most beautiful lakes in Dhaka city. Especially at night, the beauty of this lake is eye-catching.

If you feel tired or depressed, you can visit Gulshan Lake Park to refresh your mind. The beautiful scenery of the lake and the park will cheer your mind, you will enjoy the environment. There is an arched bridge over Gulshan Lake. Standing on the bridge you can enjoy the beauty of the lake intensively. There is hardly a place like Gulshan Lake Park to spend leisure time in the busy city of Dhaka.

Gulshan Lake Park, Dhaka
There are many plants in Gulshan Lake Park, flowering shrubs too.

There is no noise in Gulshan Lake Park. The cool shade of the trees all around. The chirping of different species of birds can be heard throughout the day. It is a great place to spend quiet time for dwellers of the capital. Most importantly, there is no security risk as the park is located in the diplomatic zone. You can wander freely in Gulshan Lake Park, day or night whenever you like.

A similar place nearby: Dhanmondi Lake.

How to get to Gulshan Lake Park

Gulshan Lake Park is located at Road-63, Gulshan-2, Dhaka. Gulshan-Banani is the most elite and well-known area of Dhaka, the ninth largest city in the world. Buses and taxis are available from any part of Dhaka city to reach Gulshan Lake Park, the fare will be according to the distance. You can see the exact location of Gulshan Lake Park and its surrounding roads on Google Map by clicking here.

Gulshan Lake Park, Dhaka.
City dwellers resting under a tree at Gulshan Lake Park.

Gulshan Lake Park is open all 7 days of the week. It is open from 6 am to 10 pm. There is no fee to enter it, no age restrictions.

Other Tourist Destinations in Dhaka

Dhaka is the ninth largest city in the world. Despite the dense population and mechanical pollution, the city has many natural, historical and archeological tourist destinations. If you have enough time to explore, you can visit these places: Bahadur Shah Park, Baldha Garden, Bibi Mariam Cannon, National Botanical Garden, Ramna Park, Dhanmondi Lake, Lalbagh Fort, Ahsan Manzil, Rose Garden, Star Mosque, Taka Museum.

Gulshan Lake Park, Dhaka.
Gulshan Lake is shining in the sun. Image: Wikipedia.

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