Dhaka Photography Tour Bangladesh or the Guided Street Photography Tour in Dhaka is popular with photographers visiting Bangladesh. Dhaka is one of the most populated cities in the world. Many photographers consider Dhaka one of the best street photography places.
You can shoot local friendly people, their lifestyle, and local transportation like Tuk-tuk (Rickshaw), Train, Buses, Autorickshaws, Country Boat, etc. You will also visit the shipyard on the other side of the Buriganga River
Shahbagh Flower market is one of the largest wholesale and retail flower markets in Dhaka. Almost all types of flowers are brought to the market from different parts of Bangladesh. As the day progresses, the flowers spread to retail shops in the city.
Kawran Bazaar is one of Dhaka's largest wholesale marketplaces. Kawran Sing, a Marwari merchant, was established in the late eighteenth century.
Chawk Bazaar is a sprawling market area in Dhaka, Bangladesh, with hundreds of shops, market stalls, and vendors. It dates to the 17th Century CE when under Mughal rule. The bazaar is located in the Chowkbazar Thana part of Old Dhaka.
Shankhari Bazar is located near the intersection of Islampur Road and Nawabpur Road, a block north of the Buriganga River. The place especially belongs to the Bengali Hindus. About 70%–80% of the area’s residents are Bengali Hindus, the rest being Muslims. The Shankhari people are an artisan caste. Their traditional occupation is the preparation of bangles and rings made from slices of a conch shell, using specialized tools.
Ship Breaking & Repairing Yard is a trendy attraction nowadays in Dhaka. Especially, this place is number 1 on the list of photographers visiting Bangladesh. This is located on the other side of the Buriganga River. We have to cross the rover by a small boat which takes not more than 3 minutes to cross.
Sadarghat Launch Terminal is a major river port on the Buriganga River in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The port is located in the southern part of the city. It is Bangladesh’s busiest port in terms of passenger traffic.
The Buriganga River is a river in Bangladesh that flows past the southwest outskirts of the capital city, Dhaka. It ranks among the most polluted rivers in the country.
Kamalapur Railway Station is the central railway station in Dhaka. It is the largest station and the busiest infrastructure for transportation in the country which acts as a gateway of Dhaka. It was opened on 1 May 1968.
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|Min - Max (Persons)||Adult Price||Children Price|
|1 - 1||$120||$0|
|2 - 2||$75||$0|
|3 - 3||$70||$0|
|4 - 30||$65||$0|