Designed by architect Louis Isadore Kahn, this complex is one of the largest legislative complexes in the world, comprising 215 acres of land.
This museum, situated in the heart of the city in Segunbagicha, commemorates the Bangladesh Liberation War which led to the independence of Bangladesh in 1971. It houses more than 900,000,000 artifacts and exhibits on display.
Established to commemorate those killed during the Bengali Language Movement demonstrations of 1952, this monument stands as a symbol of the nation's dedication to heritage and the mother tongue.
The exotic 17th century Mughal Fort stands proudly before the Buriganga River in the southwestern part of the city. Built in 1678 by the Great Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, it is a stunning visualisation of ancient architecture.
Located in the center of Dhaka, this royal mosque was built in 1968 and is the largest in the country. With a capacity of 30,000, this mosque holds the respectable position of being the 10th biggest mosque in the world.
The Dhaka river front, located in the southern part of Dhaka, on the Buriganga River is one of the most vibrant, picturesque and dynamic spots in the city.
Originally built in 1913 and located at Shahbag, Dhaka, the establishment was accorded as a national museum and holds priceless sculptures, paintings and relics of the country's glorious past.
Spanning over three acres of land located at Wari in the old part of the city, this botanical garden has a collection of more than 700 species of plants.
Splashed by the once-mighty river and swept by the tide of time, the Ahsan Manzil is one of the most significant architectural monuments of Bangladesh. This magnificent palace is situated at Kurmitola along the banks of Buriganga River.
See the stunning architecture at the University of Dhaka campus from Curzon Hall. This spectacular building is one of the city’s architectural gems, combining Mughal and European styles and blending traditional artistry with modern style. Special details – like wide domes, cusped arches and a red façade – make Curzon Hall one of the unique buildings in Dhaka.
Originally conceived in 1904 as a Town Hall building by the Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon, the building instead opened as part of the Dhaka College in 1911. Since then, the site has been an important educational facility and a testament to the city’s rich heritage in education.
Getting to Curzon Hall
Guests at Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka are well placed to explore the University of Dhaka campus, with Curzon Hall only a short 10-minute drive from the hotel. Nearby, visitors can also admire local landmarks like the Old High Court, the Mausoleum of Three Leaders, the Shaheedullah Hall and the Dhaka Gate. Enjoy 5-star accommodation near Curzon Hall – book your stay at Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka today.