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Srimangal - Dhaka

After an early start you set out on your journey South. A five hour plus drive past tea and rubber plantations will lead you to Dhaka airport, where you will board your plane to Cox's Bazar.

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Dhaka - Introduction

The capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka is home to an estimated seven million people and a dazzling mix of people and cultures. It is one of the most energetic cities in the world, with a history that can trace its origins back to the Buddhist kingdoms of the 7th century. Located on the Eastern banks of the Buriganga River, on the lower reaches of the Ganges Delta, the city grew under the rule of the Moghals and then the British, going on to become the administrative capital of East Pakistan after the partition of 1947. Since the end of the War of Liberation in 1971 it has been the country’s capital. Filled with Hindu temples Muslim mosques and Christian churches, Dhaka also enjoys the distinction of being the foremost city on the planet to enjoy a rickshaw ride. Practically a national institution, the nearly 500,000 colourful rickshaws that ply the streets of Bangladesh’s bustling capital are without doubt one of its more unusual highlights.



Flight: Dhaka to Cox's Bazar
Depart Zia International Airport on Airtran Airways flight to Cox's Bazar.

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Transfer To Hotel
Landing in Cox’s Bazar in the afternoon, you will then transfer to Ocean Paradise Hotel & Resort where you will have time to freshen-up before taking a trip down to the world’s longest sandy beach by local Tuk Tuk, returning to the hotel in the evening.

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Accommodation: Ocean Paradise • Double Occupancy - Standard Room + Breakfast and Lunch

*Experience: Tuk Tuk to take you to local beach.

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