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All reviews bus station abandoned city depending on traffic day trip folk art worth a visit guided tour entrance fee heritage site dhaka city nice place cotton century hindu capital architecture archaeology
nice place for short time travel and see over there national heritage place in BD,
if u want to go from Dhaka u may use 300 feet if u in north city zone, Well this place is kinda busy in Friday
old city in Bangladesh...More
Panam Nagar, the first thing that comes to one’s sight are the buildings. Some are two-storied, some are one. Some 52 of the buildings that still stand in the Panam Nagar are mentionable. Old brick houses made in 15th century. Public are not allowed to...More
Around 25 KM drive from Dhaka City-appropriate place for a half day trip. These are more than hundred years old residence /buildings built by the cloth merchants of that time. A must see historic place
I have visited many places before but Panam city is one of the best places I have visited before, there are many historical ancient buildings which were built centuries ago and those are related to the history and which is attractive me also there was...More
The East India Company had offices here to buy muslin and other cotton fabrics. A rich Hindu merchant class followed. Many built palatial houses along this street. Today is is largely a ruin. Access is available to several houses. From one to the right at...More
A relatively easy half a day trip from Dhaka. This used to be the capital back in late 19th century and considering that I was surprised about how small it is, basically 1 street, Dhaka is slightly bigger now it's fair to say.
Easy day trip from Dhaka. Take a bus to Sonargaon from the Gulistan bus station near the stadium. It takes about one hour to Sonargaon bus terminal depending on traffic. Once there, take a cng to Panam City. Everyone knows where it is. It’s the...More