Sitting at the banks of Buriganga River –the capital of Bangladesh is also a hub for culture, finance and business. Dhaka holds a population of 14 million with a huge middleclass that runs the city’s working class. Dhaka has preserved several palaces and mosques of Mughal period. Dhaka is a promising metropolis with an infrastructure far better than many least developed countries. Tourists are welcomed to explore museums, markets, river life, mansions and forts.
The major tourism sites of Dhaka include Dhakeshwari temple, Lalbagh Fort, Khan Muhammad Mirdha Mosque, Armenian Church, Tara Masjid, Ahsan Manzil, and Parliament Building.
The Bengali cuisine is famous for food tourism. The traditional fish curry and rice attracts several food tourists to Dhaka every year.