Trading starts here at midnight and ends by 9.00 in the morning.
The permanent shops on the market will remain open the whole day though.
So we wanted you all to be alert and also inform all ladies you know.
More reading: History of Lalbag Fort Erected in 1706, this Mughal structure is stylistically similar to Lalbag Fort, built on a raised platform, up to a flight of 25 steps.
Three squat domes, with pointed minarets at each corner, dominate the rectangular roof.
Sadarghat River Port is a must visiting tourist attractions in Dhaka.
More reading: Sadarghat – The chaotic and dynamic river port of Dhaka The finest architecture of world-renowned American architect and Yale University Professor Louis I. Originally commissioned by the Pakistani’s when Bangladesh was known as East Pakistan after Partition of the Indian Sub-Continent, was meant to serve as the second seat of the national parliament.
More reading: Khan Mohammad Mridha’s Mosque at Old Dhaka Located at Armanitola, named after the Armenian colony that settled here in the late 17th century.