The holiday season is approaching and we’re all in need for a good vacation. This year hasn’t been the easiest and working from home can be a tall order for some. All things considered, Bangladesh has gotten away quite easy compared to other countries around the world. Nevertheless, a short staycation would do anyone some good to round off 2020, and these staycation spots in Bangladesh deserve a try.
Radisson Blu Dhaka Water Garden
Recognized as one of the best hotels in Dhaka, the Radisson Blu Dhaka Water Garden is the perfect place to consider if escaping the bustle of urban life is on the top of your needs. The resort houses 200 guest rooms that vary from private suites to family-friendly options. If this vacation is for the kids as well, Radisson offers tailor-fit services like rollaway beds, connecting rooms and even infant beds to make your visit as easy as possible.
Facilities in this place include three premium restaurants, health clubs, conference centers, full-service spa and of course, a large swimming pool. Radisson doesn’t break the mold nor relies on gimmicks; when it comes to premium services, the brand holds true to its reputation. If the hotel facilities start to bore you there are many landmarks around worth a visit. The Bangladesh Army Stadium and Army Golf Course are approximately 20 minutes away by foot, while Dhaka’s urban hotspots aren’t extremely far off either.
Many customers have put the spotlight specifically on the top notch quality of Radisson’s quality of service; certainly not a factor to be overlooked. In general, if you’re looking for a relaxing escape and want somewhere quiet and serene to recharge, this would be the perfect choice for your next staycation.
Grand Oriental Hotel
Staycations can be a little pricey and some may not want to splurge that kind of cash during this difficult year, but Grand Oriental could be one to consider if you’re adamant about getting the bang for your buck. With axed prices in the hotel industry all over the country, Grand Oriental remains more competitive than ever. Starting as low as USD 50 and capping at USD 90 after discount; all rooms are realistically priced and opens up many opportunities to customers, without feeling restricted.
A lavish feast is essential to complete a vacation of any kind and Grand Oriental does not disappoint. Their menu prides itself with barbecue, continental and Thai food; capable of serving at their first class restaurant or in the banquet hall (best if you want to throw a party). Their service is 24 hours and can serve meals and snacks whenever you start to get the munchies.
Additional services include airport pickups, sightseeing tours and a fitness center. Grand Oriental isn’t the largest hotel around, but the entire experience is a luxurious one that will give you and your loved one more than enough time to take a break in Dhaka.
The Peninsula Chittagong
Moving on to Chittagong, The Peninsula is at the GEC Circle and is a mere five minute walk from Central Plaza. By car, it’s a solid 45 minute drive to the airport and only 20 minutes away from the Chittagong Railway Station. But then again, if you’re a Chittagong resident, the locale may not affect you as much as the resort itself.
The rooms themselves welcome guests with its ceiling high windows and ample space to immerse any resident with a good view of the cityscape. The hotel isn’t shy for choices when it comes to food either; offering a delectable combination of Bangladeshi, Indian, Thai and Chinese dishes. The Isles Bar is also a cozy haven that has the perfect drink for you to unwind.
Other facilities include spas, the highest rooftop swimming pool in the city, and a fitness center. Limousine and event services are also available options.Peninsula shines in giving its guests luxury with a view.
Today the city kids are mostly growing up in closed spaces. The haphazard development of the urban areas came at the expense of playgrounds in different parts of Dhaka City. Children and teenagers hardly get open spaces for playing and entertainment. But still, there are some places in the city where children and adults can do some fun activities. In this article, we are going to highlight the top amusement parks in Dhaka city. Check out these places to plan a fun trip for your family and kids.
Dhaka Shishu Park is the first children's amusement park in Bangladesh. It was established in 1979 in a vast 15-acre area. Dhaka Shishu Park includes several fun rides, such as a wheel train, a merry-go-round, and several wheel-based rides.
According to the Winter Season Schedule (October to March), Dhaka Shishu Park is open from 1 pm to 7 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. On Friday, the visiting hours are 2 pm to 8 pm. On Wednesday, this place is open only for the poor and street children from 2 pm to 5 pm. On Sunday, Dhaka Shishu Park remains closed.
Dhaka Shishu Park’s Entry Fee is only BDT 15 per person. There are 12 types of fun rides for children. You have to spend BDT 10 per person for each ride. Besides these, there are four rides owned by private companies that cost BDT 25 per ticket. Shishu Park is located near Shahbag Foot Over Bridge.
If you are looking for an amazing destination for a family day out, put the Fantasy Kingdom Complex on your list! Concord group inaugurated the Fantasy Kingdom theme park on February 19, 2002. This place attracts a huge number of people every day.
The Fantasy Kingdom offers a bunch of thrilling rides and innovative fun activities for both children and adults. The most popular amusement activities of Fantasy Kingdom include the huge video game arcade, 1,500 feet roller coaster, Arabian flying carpet, large flume ride, racehorses, Santamaria Viking ship, and crazy bumps. Here children and family members can enjoy and get entertained without being scared.
The Fantasy Kingdom stands beside the Dhaka-Ashulia bypass road. This place is about 30km away from Dhaka city on the way to Savar and not too far from the Dhaka Shahjalal International Airport. This place is open every day of the week. The visiting time is from 11 am to 9 pm every day. On government holidays, this place stays open from 10 am to 10 pm.
Nandan Park is one of the most popular family amusement parks in the country. It started its journey on Oct 3, 2003. The fun rides and amusement activities of Nandan Park include Water Coaster, 5D Cinema Theater, Musical Dancing Fountain, Cable Car, Tilt-A-Whirl, Ice-Land, and Wave pool. Furthermore, the “Water World” of Nandan Park was inaugurated in May 2004. In the Water Park, you get eight additional rides. This park is specially designed for the family day out programs.
Nandan Park is located at Baroipara, on the way from Nabinagar to Chandra Highway in Savar. This place remains open every day. The visiting time is from 10 am to 8 pm.
Here the entry and 2 dry park rides cost BDT 295 per ticket. The entry and 10 dry park rides combined cost BDT 295 per ticket. If you want to visit the water world, then pick the entry, with 10 dry park rides and the water world package that costs BDT 650 per person. And, the entry and Water World package charges about BDT 550.
The Jamuna Amusement Park is a part of the Future Park complex located on the Pragati Sharani at Kuril, in Baridhara. This place can be accessed by the Kuril Flyover from both directions of the Airport Road.
Jamuna Amusement Park is famous for thrilling rides like a pirate ship, roller coaster, tower challenger, sky drive, magic windmill, flying disco, etc. Besides these, the fifth floor of Jamuna shopping mall has an entertainment zone that includes Food Court, Restaurants, Players Zone, and Blockbuster Cinemas, etc. Here all the family members, especially children can have lots of fun.
In the Jamuna Amusement Park, the entry fee is BDT 50 per person. Per ticket for a Roller Coaster ride costs about BDT 300. For other rides, you have to pay BDT 150 per person. You can also choose combined packages to enjoy multiple rides that cost about BDT 750 per person. The Jamuna Amusement Park remains open Saturday to Thursday from 3 pm to 8 pm. On Friday, the visiting hour is 3 pm to 9 pm. On Wednesday, both the Jamuna Shopping Mall as well as the Jamuna Amusement Park remain closed.
The Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novo Theatre was inaugurated on Sep 25, 2004. Novo Theatre is spread across 5.46 acres of land. Renowned architect Ali Imam designed this planetarium. The voluminous structure of Novo Theatre accommodates about 275 people on every show. Novo Theatre is a great place for entertainment for kids and adults.
The Planetarium dome wonderfully simulates planet Earth and the magical blue sky. This dome-shaped theater creates a fascinating three-dimensional environment utilizing the latest technologies and equipment. Novo Theatre enables visitors to experience the feel of roaming into space and enjoy the breathtaking thrills of an interplanetary journey.
Novo Theatre is located on Bijoy Sharani Avenue at Tejgaon. This place is open to the public on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 11 am to 7 pm. On Friday, the visiting time is from 10 am to 7 pm. This place is closed on Wednesday.
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Are you bored of the din and bustle of regular city life? Going for a day out on the weekend is a great way to escape the tension of hectic life for some hours. Visiting some historical places, you can experience the reminiscent grandeur of our ancestors ruled this region several hundred years ago; while some other historical places can remind you of the sacrificial and proud history of our Liberation War. Stay with us to know more about the top historical places in Dhaka to plan a day out on your next weekend with your family with kids.
Today we can freely express our thoughts, feelings, and ideas in the Bengali language; but gaining this right was not easy. We are the only nation in the world who had to shed blood to protect the honor of our own mother tongue. In the year 1952, the patriot people of this country protested the then authoritative rulers of West Pakistan who forcefully declared that Urdu would be the national language of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). Several brilliant students of Dhaka medical college and some general people lost their precious lives in this demonstration that has been termed as ‘Bengali Language Movement’. The Central Shahid Minar (Martyr Monument) was established as a national monument to commemorate the martyrs of the language movement.
In recognition of the Bengali language movement, the United Nations (UN) has declared 21st February as the International mother language day. In the first hour of 21st February, thousands of people visit the Central Shahid Minar every year barefoot to pay respect to the martyrs with floral wreaths and flower bouquet. The solemnity would make you remember how the brave souls fearlessly stood against the then rulers and acquired the right to speak in Bengali.
However, you can visit the Dhaka Central Shahid Minar any day to pay your tribute to our brave language soldiers. The Central Shahid Minar is located near Dhaka Medical College Hospital.
Just a few hours before the independence of Bangladesh, the new country lost its most erudite sons and daughters as a result of some evil conspiracy to make the country guardian-less. The slaughtering place is locally known as Rayer Bazar ‘Bodhyo Bhumi’ (killing ground). Furthermore, many other scholars were killed in different places of the country during the Liberation War of Bangladesh.
The list of martyred Intellectuals includes Munier Chowdhury (a litterateur, dramatist, and Dhaka University teacher), Shahidullah Kaisar (journalist), Altaf Mahmud (lyricist and musician), Selina Parvin (reporter), Mufazzal Haider Chaudhury (litterateur, professor at DU), Anwar Pasha (litterateur, professor at DU), Alim Chowdhury (ophthalmologist), Govinda Chandra Dev (philosopher, professor at DU), Hobibur Rahman (professor of mathematics, Rajshahi University), Mir Abdul Quaiyum (professor of psychology, RU), Dhirendranath Datta (politician), and many others.
The Martyred Intellectuals Memorial was built in memory of all the martyred intellectuals who lost their lives between March 25 and December 16, 1971, in Bangladesh. This national monument was designed by Farid U Ahmed and Jami Al Shafi.
The memorial is built at Rayerbazar, Mohammadpur Thana in Dhaka. If you visit this place, you may feel both the brutality of the then rulers and the overwhelming courage of those late intellectuals who loved their motherland more than their own lives.
Do you have a passion for Mughal architecture? Plan a day out in Lalbagh fort which is also known as Fort Aurangabad. Though it is an incomplete construction, this place relates us to the grandeur of Mughal ruling in this region. Lalbagh Fort is located at the Lalbagh area in Old Dhaka.
Late Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb dreamt of building the Lalbagh Fort. The construction was started in 1678 by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah. He was the son of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and the successor emperor himself. His descendant, Mughal Subahdar Shaista Khan continued the work for some time. But, Shaista Khan left the work unfinished after the accidental death of his own daughter, Bibi Pari. The fort’s construction was never finished and left unoccupied for a long time. Though some parts of the Lalbagh complex have been re-built, this 17th-century Mughal architecture still connects us to the rich history of Bengal.
The fort area is combined with three buildings including the mosque, the tomb of Bibi Pari, and the Diwan-i-Aam. In this fort area, you would find a magnificent water channel where some marvelous artificial water fountains have been placed at regular intervals. The canal connects the three buildings from east to west and north to south. The aesthetics of Lalbagh may take your mind back to the golden age of the Mughal kingdom.
Do you imagine yourself floating on a boat over a vast water body under the blue sky? Visit Chalan Beel to make your dream come true. Chalan Beel is an enormous inland water body that flows through several districts of Bangladesh. In different seasons Chalan Beel appears in unique splendor. During the monsoon season, this wetland turns into full to the brim stretching out to the horizon. While in autumn, the area of Chalan Beel is used for the cultivation of paddy. The mesmerizing green hue of this land turns into majestic golden fields during the harvest season of paddy. On the other hand, Chalan Beel gets dry out in the winter season leaving only a few patches of water in its central areas. Read this article to know how to visit Chalan Beel, what to see and when to visit.
It is a mystery why this vast wetland is called ‘Beel’ which refers to ‘marsh’. It is said that Chalan Beel had no existence about 2000 years ago. In fact, this area was a part of the Bay of Bengal. Over time, the sea moved to the south in a natural way. According to a British Gazetteer, the Bay of Bengal shifted over centuries, and Chalan Beel keeps the trace of the sea as a living memory.
Chalan Beel refers to the wide-ranging lowland region located in the lower Atrai basin. This wetland area spreads across several districts of Bangladesh including Chatmohar, Bhangura, and Faridpur Upazilas at Pabna District, Singra, and Gurudaspur Upazilas at Natore District, and Ullahpara, Raiganj, and Tarash Upazilas at Sirajganj District. This enormous wetland is conformed of a series of beels that are linked to one another through different channels that shape into a uniform vast water body during the monsoon season. Chalan Beel is formed by about 16 rivers, 39 smaller beels, 22 canals and countless ponds. This ‘Beel’ or marsh is hardly static. Perhaps this is why people call it ‘chalan’ or ‘moving’ beel.
During the monsoon season, the Chalan been forms into an expansive water body that gets flourished by aquatic vegetation. People used to call Chalan Beel as ‘the haven of fish’. Back in time, huge amount of fish used to be caught from this beel and transported to the West Bengal region by train in order to please the aristocrats. Still today the local livelihood depends on this beel. The Chalan Beel is a natural abode of various kinds of fish including pabda, koi, rui, chanda, katla, boal, shing, chital, puti, magur, shoal, gojar, bain, tengra, tatkini, taki, bheda, etc.
In the old days, the Mughal and Pathan emperors used to visit Chalan Beel on their luxury boats for leisure tours. Those days are gone, and the time has moved forward. But still today, hordes of tourists visit Chalan Beel from all over the country and abroad to experience the awesome massiveness of this water body. Writers take inspiration from the cherubic nature. Tourists arrange picnics with freshly caught fish from Chalan Beel.
During a boat journey on Chalan Beel, you can enjoy the unforgettable natural beauty of majestic waves and the ripple of water. The vastness of this wetland would make you stop thinking about the stress and tensions of life and let you mingle with nature wholeheartedly.
Besides getting enthralled by the magnificence of crashing waves, there are many other things to experience at Chalan Beel. While the boat is passing beside the mainland, you can see the appealing lavishness of vast paddy fields. You would also enjoy the beauty of the rustic lifestyle of the general people of Bangladesh.
In this area, there are some popular places to visit, including Chatmohar Shahi Masjid, Rashik Mandir, Banwarinagar zamindar estate Faridpur, Jagannath temple, Radhagobinda temple, Shiv Mandir, Kunjaban Dighi, Mathura Dighi, Makarson Dighi, Ulipur Dighi, etc. What is more? You can learn more about this place from the Chalan Beel museum located at Gurudaspur in Natore district.
It would be daring to visit Chalan Beel during the monsoon season, as the macabre waves can capsize your boat at any time. Though the varying charms of Chalan Beel surprise people around the year, autumn is the best time to experience the glory of this marshy wetland. A tour to Chalan Beel in autumn would give you the opportunity to enjoy the azure sky scattered by clouds.
The gently flowing air would soothe your mind and body. The chirping of birds and sweet fragrance of unknown wildflowers would steal your mind. The scenarios like village women carrying water, fishermen catching fishes, village children playing around, etc would keep you captivated throughout the journey.
As Chalan Beel flows through a number of districts of Bangladesh, you can visit Chalan Beel in several ways. An easy way to reach this place is reaching Natore district that is about 196.2Km distant from Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. You can reach the Natore district from Dhaka by bus, train, or private transport. This place has also good communication with the other districts of Bangladesh. After arriving at Natore, you can hire local transport like CNG, Auto Rickshaw, etc to visit Chalan Beel. When you reach the destination Chalan Beel, take a boat ride over Chalan Beel.
Do want to know another easy path to arrive at Chalan Beel? Take a bus ride to reach Kachhikata in Sirajganj. This place is easily reachable from any other place in the country. From the Kachhikata area, you can hire a boat and go around Chala Beel. Besides these, you can visit Chala Beel via Chatmohor in Pabna district or Bhangura in Faridpur district.
Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and his family started living jn what is now Bangabandhu Bhaban in Dhanmondi Bottrish Number (denoting Rd #32) since October 1, 1961. After the atrocious carnage of August 15, 1975, this house was captured by military authority until 10th June 1981.
Later, the two remaining daughters of Bangabandhu (Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana) regained their family residence and inaugurated this house as "Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Memorial Museum" on August 14, 1994.
The rooms of this house were mostly looted by the killers. The reminiscent furniture and accessories used by Bangabandhu and his family members can introduce you to their ordinary lifestyle. And the post-violence photographs will remind you of the violent killing mission that occurred on 15 August 1975. Let’s know some details about this museum.
A long corridor connects the office room to the sitting room on the ground floor. The main staircase of this home is joined to the corridor with a front-facing door. Walking down the stairs, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman used to reach the office room and sitting room via the corridor. Now the eastern and western walls of this corridor are displaying the portraits of the deceased family members of Bangabandhu along with some other guests who were brutally assassinated in this home on August 15, 1975.
Interestingly, this room was used as a salon. Sitting in this room, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman used to make important decisions after meeting central leaders of the party, professionals, famous leaders, and ordinary people. This salon became remarkable as the breeding ground of significant political activities, including the 1962 anti-education movement, the historic 6-point movement of 1966, the mass upsurge of 1969, the successful elections of 1970, and the non-cooperation movement of 1971.
Since the 7th March 1971, the Bangalee nation was guided by the Father of the Nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman from this room. With a cyclostyle machine installed in this room, Bangabandhu used to send messages to the people of Bangladesh, chief party leaders, and various newspapers.
In this library, Bangabandhu used to keep books of famous writers and novelists. This library has a telephone set on the south side close to the door. Standing on that place, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman announced the freedom of the Bengali nation. This declaration was transmitted through wireless, telephone, and telegrams throughout Bangladesh.
When this home was suddenly attacked by the violent killers, this library was also trembled by the bullets. Still today the bullet-pierced books of this library are holding the gory signs of the brutality that happened on the dreadful night of 25 March 1971.
The office room (ground floor) is first seen at the entrance of the Bangabandhu Bhaban. This room was also called the reception hall. On the 15th of August 1975, the assailants shot Bangabandhu's elder son Sheikh Kamal near the office room. Then he stumbled down and came inside the office room. Later the attackers shot him again and killed on the floor of this office room. This room is closed now. This office room has an attached bathroom. Here Bangabandhu’s younger brother Sheikh Abu Naser was killed. The wall of the office room still holds the assassinators’ bullets.
This room is located on the north-east side of the ground floor. Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana used to live in this room, when Bangabandhu’s family started living in the home (1 October 1961). Bangabandhu’s youngest son, Sheikh Russel was born in this room at 1.30 pm on October 18, 1964. After the construction of the 1st floor of this building, other relatives used to stay in this room. Bangabandhu-daughters (Sheikh Hasina, Sheikh Rehana) and other relatives visit this room to pray for the departed souls.
This room is located in the northeast of this home. The eldest daughter of Bangabandhu and current Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina started living in this room since 1966, after completion of the construction work of the first floor of this building. On 15 August 1975, the assassins also shattered this room with bullets. This room is locked now and not yet opened for the visitors.
In this bedroom, Bangabandhu and Begum Mujib used to live with their youngest son, 10-year old Sheikh Russel. On 15 August 1975, the brutal murderers killed several family members in this room, including Sultana Kamal Khuku (wife of the eldest son Sheikh Kamal), Sheikh Jamal (middle son), Parvin Jamal Rozi (Sheikh Jamal's wife), Sheikh Russell (the youngest son) and Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib.
Even today, the walls and furniture – such as dressing table, desk table, reading table, betel vase, etc – of this bedroom display the blood-spots and the bullet marks thrown by the assassins. In this room, a letter has been preserved which was sent to the address of Bangamata.
Locating on the first floor, this room consists of a dining space along with a family sitting room. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the other family members used to eat food on the dining table placed near the entrance of this room. Here Bangamata used to serve food to Bangabandhu, and other members as well as guests.
The regular dining accessories – such as Jugs, glasses, plates, teacups, spoons, knives, etc – used by Bangabandhu and family members are still lying in this food table. In this room, some other objects are kept for display including Begum Mujib's hand-made pickle jar, Sheikh Russell's favorites two cycles, coke bottle, a tin containing some raw rice, etc.
In the family meeting room, the Father of the nation used to sit, watch TV and talk with the family members. A dark-skinned television (from old Citizen Brand) is still standing on the southeast corner. In this room, the marks of bullets are still visible as a witness of the merciless assassination on 15 August 1975.
This room was used as a small warehouse in addition to storing the cooking equipment. Begum Mujib seldom used this room for heating food, preparing light breakfast, or serving Tea. The storeroom was connected with the main staircase and the drawing-room. This room is not open to visitors.
Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was brutally killed on the main staircase of this house. When the killers attacked the house through recklessly firing, Bangabandhu went down the stairs to confront the intruders. On the stairs, Bangabandhu met the killers, while they were entering the interior portion of the house for killing Bangabandhu and his family. The braveheart Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib fearlessly asked the attackers “what do you want? Where do you want to take me?”
Sheikh Kamal, the eldest son of Bangabandhu, used to stay in this room. He sometimes practiced music sitting here. The assassins killed Sheikh Kamal in the office room. And Kamal’s newlywed wife Sultana Kamal Khuki was murdered with the other members of the family in the bedroom of Bangabandhu. Violence is still seen on the accessories like glasses, plates, and spoons kept beside the table next to the bed.
In this room, the dressing table and cosmetic materials of Khuki are kept for display. Sheikh Kamal's setar, keyboard, soundbox, song recorder, sport-medals, certificate, shield, etc are also kept for visitor’s display. There is a bullet sign on the window of this room.
In this room, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman used to speak with chief leaders and held meetings with dignitaries and foreign guests. A showcase placed in this room displays some gift items like Bangladesh maps, national symbols, small boats, Shapala, Hilsa fish, etc given by different political parties, organizations as well as general people. Though the entrance of this room is not yet open for the visitors, the interior is visible through the windows.
Here Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman used to study alone. As the room was calm, the children of the house used to study in this room during their examinations. Sometimes, Bangabandhu used this room for official purposes. This room preserves a pen of the Father of the Nation, some books written by native and foreign writers, two telephone sets, hand-written manuscripts of Sheikh Kamal, and some toys of Sheikh Russell. This room is not yet open for the visitors, but they can view the inner space through the windows.
In 2011, a library and research center was inaugurated on the fifth floor of the extended building. Enriched with more than 10000 books and Archival Materials, this library and research center can serve a reference for research initiatives on Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The books of this library have been classified according to the Dewey Decimal Classification system. Visitors of the museum can study in this place from 10 am to 5 pm.
The museum is located on the former residence of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and his family. The place is situated in the Dhanmondi 32 (old) or 11 (new) area, 12 no Road in Dhaka City, the capital of Bangladesh. This museum is simply referred to as ‘Dhanmondi 32’.
The Bangabandhu Memorial Museum is currently run by the state. Visitors are not allowed to carry food, cameras, phones, and bags inside the museum. The museum is closed on Wednesday every week. For the rest six days, this place is open for visitors from 10 am to 6 pm.
During the pandemic situation, it may not be possible for everyone to visit this museum physically. Do not worry! You can visit Bangabandhu Memorial Musem virtually. Click on the link below to take a virtual tour throughout this museum.