Dhaka Dinner Cruise
Enjoy natural beauty of Riverine Bangladesh CRUISE
We can take your full tension to make the day enjoyable, memorable and unforgettable. Our offer includes a package service of transportation, exclusive cruise vessel, all meals, cultural program, fun and care on trip. Experience an exhilarating dinner cruise along the Sitalakha River and enjoy the panoramic scene beauty on both sides of the river, Select luxury modern cruise and dine with lively music. Enjoy river cruise with food, fun and more….
Board on the vessel at around 3:30 PM for cruising in the river sitalakha to Meghna. As soon as the guests are on board the boat will start cruising upstream in the river. Evening snacks will be serving on Boat. Start boat for Murapara Jamidar Bari,
♦Boat will reach Murapara Jamindar Palace was built during 1890 by Ramratan Banarjee. He was a trusted person of a British Indigo Planter during the British Colonial period. At that time when the indigo planter left the country after the death of his daughter, he gifted plenty of gold and money to Ramratan. Using those, he built this mammoth palace. During the war 1971, many ornate portion of the palace was plundered by people. We came to know that there were two statues of lions at the gate of the palace boundary, and both of them stolen that time. After the war, this palace was used as a refugee camp for the non-Bengali people & local people established a college using the building. This building was renovated several times, and now a days, it just lost all it’s heritage. But still you can visit the palace for your weekend or any other holidays. There are two large ponds located at the palace premise. One the front side and another one at the back side. You can take your sit at the bench made from stone (once upon a time, now no stone existing, only brick) to get some fresh air. In addition there is an old temple available inside the palace premise. It’s just in front of the pond. This palace is easily see the river Shitalakkhya.
Again start boat for Rupshi Jamdani Polli for live Jamdani weaving area, Under British colonialism, the Bengali Jamdani and muslin industries rapidly declined due to colonial import policies favoring industrially manufactured textiles. In more recent years, the production of Jamdani has witnessed a revival in Bangladesh.The traditional art of weaving Jamdani has been declared by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.} Jamdani which is one of the finest muslin textiles is mainly originated from Bangladesh. The people of Bangladesh are making Jamdani for centuries. It is one of the most time and labor-intensive forms of weaving hand loom weaving.
Return to boat start Jouney to Kanchan Bridge area refreshment will be served upon arrival on the boat. Full day enjoy riverian beauty of Bangladesh. Enjoy village environment. We will reach at Simulia Bazar, Rupganj Near Kanchon Bridge area End of 300ft Road by 8 pm.
- Any Natural disaster during rainy seasons will not be responsible.
- Please Take 1 set additional Cloth Due to rain or swims at Sitalakha River.
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DepartureMain Square, Old Town
Departure TimeApproximately 8.30AM
Return TimeApproximately 7.30PM
Dress CodeCasual, comfortable and light
Included5 Star AccommodationAirport TransferBreakfastPersonal Guide
Not IncludedGallery TicketLunch