Sonargaon, Dhaka City

Sonargaon stands as a window to the once glorious past. See gorgeous ornate architecture, intricate flower decorations framing doors, and windows now standing completely abandoned and covered in moss. Although the development started under Buddhist control, the city flourished under several hundred years of Muslim rule. The buildings have deteriorated significantly, but some traces of the once-vibrant colors pop out now and then. Visit the folk arts and craft museum to see handiworks made by local artisans, then check out Panam city, built in colonial style during the British rule and inspired by many European cities. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Sonargaon and many more Dhaka City attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Dhaka City trip builder .
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  • It is a major tourist destination of Bangladeshi. Visited more than expected so many people. There were a lot of family around the pond and lawns in. Might be nice to relax in the countryside. To go by public transportation such as bus Charter car I went from Dhaka, but may be inconvenient.
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  • Panam city , a mughal place , enriched with its old , ancient infrastructures...... though dmaged with the flow of time but still offers its amzing old buildings , mosque and bridges over canal ..u ca...  more »
  • This place is not only close to my heart but bears the history and culture of Bangalis in whole. If you want to learn about our heritage and culture it is one of the places you should visit  more »

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