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phone="+88 02 7391122" email="[email protected]" fax="" url=""
hours="Apr-Sep: Sat-Wed: 10:30-17:30, Fri: 14:30-19:30; Oct-Mar: Sat-Wed: 09:30-16:30, Fri: 14:30-19:30; Ramadan: Sat-Wed: 09:30-15:30"
price="Foreigners: Tk 100600, under-12s: Tk 2, locals : Tk 20 and SAARC citizens: Tk 5300, disabled persons: free" lat="latitude" long="" tags="">
A British Raj-era building that served as a residence for the Nawab of Dhaka. It lies on the banks of the Buriganga River, and is famous for its pink stonework. There are 31 rooms within, and the huge dome atop can be seen from miles around. It has recently been renovated into a museum with various displays concerning its history, with a beautiful garden accompanying the building. Cameras and bags must be left in the storage room.</see>
[[Image:Pari_Bibi's_Tomb.jpg|thumb|right|250px|Pari Bibi's Tomb, at Lalbagh Fort.]]
* <see name="Lalbagh Fort" alt="Bengali: Lalbagh Kella" address="Lalbagh, Old Dhaka" directions="Best method is to simply ask a rickshaw driver for 'Lalbagh Kella'; the streets surrounding it are a maze." phone="" url="" hours="10am-5pm, closed Saturdays" price="There are separate fees for Foreigners: Tk 300, locals : Tk 10 and tourists; both are fairly cheap.SAARC citizens: Tk 100" lat="latitude" long="" email="" fax="" tags="">Built in 1678 AD by Prince Mohammad Azam, son of Mughal emperor Aurangazeb. The fort was the scene of many bloody battles, including those during the Mughal era, a revolt against the British during the time of the Raj and protection for the revolutionary forces during the Bangladesh Liberation War. Monuments of the Lalbagh site include the Tomb of Pari Bibi, Lalbagh Mosque, the Audience Hall and the Hammam of Nawab Shaista Khan, which now houses a museum.</see>
* <see name="Old High Court Building" alt="" address="Kazi Nazrul Islam Ave, Ramna, Dhaka" directions="" phone="+88-02-9562941" email="[email protected]" fax=""
'''Internet''' Wi-Fi is now widely available in all the mid-to-high range hotels, coffee shops and restaurants all over Dhaka and its suburbs. You won't see too many internet cafes in Dhaka because the use of Wi-Fi & 3G 4G is widespread. Internet cafes hidden in the various shopping complexes - ask around. Tk 20-30 per hour, but be careful, anti-virus programms are not widely used. So think twice before tipping any sensitive data on a public computer or in a cyber cafe. You can also purchase a local SIM card and get 3G 4G Internet on your device. For example from Banglalink, Grameenphone , Robi, Airtel. Wimax is also available from providers like banglalion,qubee with good coverage. You can get both prepaid and postpaid connection.
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