The winter months between September and March are the best months to book flights to Dhaka. During this time weather is pleasant with warm sun and agreeable weather for sightseeing. For enjoying deals and discounts on hotel bookings and cheap flights to Dhaka, book in advance!
Dhaka is served by Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. It is the largest airport in Bangladesh operated and maintained by Civil Aviation Authority. The airport is a hub for Biman Bangladesh Airlines, United Airways, Regent Airways, Navoair, and US-Bangla Airlines. Served by Air Arabia, Air India, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Kuwait Airways, Jet airways and more, the airport provides Dhaka flights to destinations including Rome, Dubai, Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, Colombo, and more.Places of Interest in Dhaka
Dhaka, the capital and largest city of Bangladesh, is the the tenth-largest city in the world. It is the political, economic and cultural heart of Bangladesh. Historically known as the ‘City of Mosques,’ it is also nicknamed as the ‘Rickshaw Capital of the World,’ with its daily traffic of over 500,000 cycle rickshaws.Lalbagh Fort
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city, and head for the half-completed 17th century Lalbagh Fort and its well-tended gardens. The construction of the fort was started by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah, son of Emperor Aurangzeb, and was handed to then governor of Dhaka, Shaista Khan for competition. However, the death of Khan’s daughter, Pari Bibi was considered such a bad omen that the fort was never completed.Dhakeshwari Temple
Nestled in old Dhaka, about one kilometer north of Lalbag Fort, 1,200 years old Dhakeshwari Temple is the city’s main Hindu temple. Dhakeshwari means "Goddess of Dhaka,” the temple has got distinction of being Bangladesh's 'National Temple.'Star Mosque
Star Mosque is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, decorated with motifs of blue stars. It was originally built in the typical Mughal style, with for corner towers, but radically altered later.