This former mansion of a Dhaka Nawab is more than a restored historical structure on the outside. Inside you'll find restored rooms, portraits/art and an overall museum that explains the history of the period.
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The above rating is essentially based on the outside viewing of the imposing Mansion of the Royalty. Thanks to the traffic through the never-ending intricate labyrinths of old Dhaka that we missed the last entry at 16:30 hrs. It should have been worth a visit.
This is a very good hangout place in Old Town, Dhaka. This displays the Dhaka's old elegance in every brick of it. However, communication is not so good. People might get some trouble and face severe traffic to go there. However, Friday and Saturday is...More
Ahsan Manzil which is situated at Puran Dhaka, beside the bank of buriganga river. This place is really awesome. The palace once was nawab's residence and now use as a historical museum. The view of buriganga river from the 1st floor of this palace is...More
Ahsan Manzil was the official residential palace and seat of the Dhaka Nawab Family. Ahsan Manzil is a historical place & tourist spot. A good place to visit when you are travelling in Dhaka. After independence of Bangladesh it was acquired by Government and was...More
Our trip was excellent. All travel arrangements went smoothly including multiple flight within Bangladesh (Dhaka). We appreciated the local guides and drivers. Their services were informative and polite. The Ahsan Manzil was impressive but it was also remarkable to share travel stories and experiences with...More
After renovation and restoration it becomes a prime attractions to the history lovers. You can stay 2-3 hours there. Ahsan Manzil was the official residential palace and seat of the Nawab of Dhaka. The building is situated at Kumartoli along the banks of the Buriganga...More
Well, it is the palace from a bygone era. The location is right by the side of the Buriganga river. Reaching the spot after the traffic gridlock is a real challenge. Then again, commuting in Dhaka is never easy. But, look at the bright side....More