Travel Padma Bridge, Bangabandhu Samadhi Soudh and Sixty Dome Mosque of Bagherhat.
– Tk 2,600 per person (Adult)
– Tk 2,100 per person (child 3-7 years).
★ Travel Time 1 Day – Day-Tour.
★ Booking Money BDT.1,000 (None Refundable)
★ Tour capacity is only 10/20 people.
★ No hidden charges.
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Anyone including boy/girl/couple, family can go for this tour.
Route Plan: From Abdullahpur-Uttara-Khilkhet-Nikunj-Radisson Hotel-Banani-Flyover-Mahakhali-Fakirapul-Motijheel-Tikatuli to Hanif flyover at 6 am.
Bagerhat, the historical city of mosques, basically refers to the city or town founded on the banks of the Bhairab river in the southwest of Bangladesh by the hands of the Islamic missionary Khan ul Azam Ulugh Khan e Jahane in the fifteenth century. The then city named ‘Khalifatabad’ is one of the 15 lost historical cities of the world published by the world famous Forbes magazine. In the evolution of time which is now Bagerhat. In 1985, this ancient city was recognized as the city of historic mosques and listed as a ‘world cultural heritage’ number 321 by UNESCO. Six-domed mosque, Singair mosque, Mausoleum of Ulugh Khanjahan, Nine-domed mosque are among the traditional and archaeological monuments of the city.
Tomb of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman:
The tomb of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the greatest Bengali of a thousand years, is located at Tungipara, 19 km from the district headquarters of Gopalganj. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the greatest Bengali of all time, the architect of independent Bangladesh, was born in Tungipara on March 17, 1920. On August 15, 1975, he returned to his native Tungipara with an assassin’s bullet. The next day he was buried next to his parents in the family cemetery.
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s mausoleum complex has changed Tungipara. The tomb complex was built on 38.30 acres of land under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture. Every day thousands of people come to this tomb to pay their respects to the father of the nation. They were happy to know about Bangabandhu’s memory, movement-struggle, colorful life and sacrifice.
Padma Setu is a multipurpose road and rail bridge built over the Padma River in Bangladesh. The two-story steel and concrete bridge will have a four-lane roadway on the upper level and a single rail track on the lower level. This 6.15 km long Padma Bridge is the largest bridge in the country. This bridge connects the north-eastern part with the south-western part of the country.
Possible description of the trip:
As soon as Jatrabari is reached, our coaster will start on the only expressway in the country “Dhaka Bhanga Expressway”.
Morning breakfast (packet) will be provided on the way
In approximately 1 hour of journey we will cross the longest bridge of the country “Padma Setu”.
We will reach Bagerhat at around 11 am. On reaching Bagerhat, we will see Sixty Dome Mosque, Khan Jahan Ali Shrine. If I have time, I will see Nine Dome Mosque and Singair Mosque.
After seeing the historical places of Bagerhat, take lunch from the hotel.
Then we will travel to Bangabandhu Samadhi. After seeing the Bangabandhu Samadhi monument, I will leave for Dhaka within 5 o’clock.
I will reach Dhaka approximately between 09-10 pm Inshallah.
What is included in the package:
1) AC Tourist Coaster Bus to and from Dhaka and sightseeing
2) Breakfast and lunch and light snack in the afternoon
4) All entry fees.
5) Guide cost.
Morning: Egg Khichuri or Parata, Dal-Vaji, Tea and mineral water
Lunch: Steam rice, Bharta, bhaji, dal, chicken or Chicken Biriyani, and mineral water
Afternoon light snack and mineral water.
What is not staying:
1) Expenses not included in the package
2) Personal expenses.
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- Oct 13 2023
- 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM