Manikganj, a city with some old "Zamindar Bari" (Zamindar Palace) will remind you the ancient Bangla and all those historical movements that took place during the Mughal period. This day trip will make you familiar with the city and enrich your historical experience. So, let's start our road trip to Manikganj
Take a break to a roadside restaurant and have some local breakfast
Get down from the car, freshen up and start for Saturia
Baliati Zamindar Palace
Baliati Zamindar Palace is one of the finest example of 19th century monuments of the Renaissance colonial style in Bangladesh. No one can ignore the architectural work of this palace. Visit the Palace, learn the history of Zamindar Govinda Ram Shaha and his zamindari
Participate in day to day activities with local people (If available)
Visit Ramakrishna Mission, learn about Sri Ramakrishna (famous mystic of 19th-century India) and his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda (the patriot-saint of modern India); their thoughts about religion, beliefs and spirituality.
Visit the "Shebasrom" and library
Have lunch at local restaurant with some traditional local food
Ishwar Chandra School
Visit Ishwar Chandra School, talk with the students, educate yourself with the lessons of great Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar (an Indian Bengali polymath and a key figure of the Bengal Renaissance)
Manikganj - Dhaka Highway
Return journey to Dhaka
Land transportation during the whole trip with AC vehicle
Local Taxes and Service Charges
Necessary Entry Fees
Beverages (hard & Soda)
Personal Expenses like Telephone, Fax, Internet, Medicine, Insurance, Laundry, etc.
Items not mentioned in “What’s Included” part
Gratitude to Guide and Driver
Services not specifically mentioned in itinerary
Any International Airfare
Accommodations are planned on double occupancy basis or twin sharing basis
Mentioned trip price is calculated considering at least TWO (2) persons presence in the trip
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You will be served with all the necessary information.
Traveling Bangladesh was really quite an experience of lifetime. Specially the people and their simple lifestyle up here were very pleasant to mingle with. Thanks to Interactive Bangladesh for this little bit of re-exploration. Thanks.