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Bangladesh's colourful capital, Dhaka stuns with its pleasing parade of stunners that are well worth your moolah spent on booking flights to the city. Be it a staggering line-up of historical landmarks, shopping frenzy at local bazaars, neon-lit nightlife scene or upscale restaurants serving amazing flavours - the city has little bit of everything in its cusp! Attractions like Lalbagh Fort, Parliament House, Curzons Hall, National Memorial, National Museum, Bangabandhu Memorial Museum, Mukti Juddha Museum, Gulshan Park and Shaheed Menar, just to name a few, make air tickets to Bangladesh city immensely popular amongst sightseers and travellers!
Dhaka bound flights from all across the world land at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (IATA: DAC), formerly Zia International Airport. Strategically located at a distance of around 20kms north of the capital city, the airport is Bangladesh's premier international gateway to the world. The airport is fairly well connected to the rest of the city via a slew of convenient and pocket-friendly transport means such as public buses, taxis and cabs. The airport is the main base and hub for Bangladeshi national carrier -Biman Bangladesh Airlines that flies internationally to around 21 European and Asian destinations.
Dhaka has a fairly good connectivity with the UK and the rest of the world by several global airlines. One can find numerous carriers offering tickets aboard scheduled direct/indirect flights to Dhaka from the key airports in the UK. Some of the most popular choices of airlines that offer air tickets aboard London-Dhaka flights are Emirates, Jet Airways, Thai Airways, Etihad, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airline and British Airways. The city is also the main hub for country's national airline, Biman Bangladesh Airlines that makes for a fabulous choice for netting air tickets to the city from the key airports in the UK.
Bangladeshi capital city of Dhaka lists a wide variety of accommodation options to choose from. The accommodation here vibrantly ranges from deluxe hotels to budget options. In deluxe luxury category, one can pick hotels such as Radisson Water Garden Hotel, Dhaka Regency Hotel and Resort and Pan Pacific Sonargaon that aim to offer luxury at its best! On the other hand, budget vacationers on cheap flights to the city and desirous of mid-rung hotels may take their pick from good options such as Washington Hotel Dhaka, Best Western La Vinci Hotel, Innotel Baton Rouge and Tropical Daisy Hotel. Though frugally sound, these hotels still provide impeccable services.
Dhaka features a subtropical monsoon climate. The best time to visit the city remains the winter months of September to March. During this time of the year, the days remain sunny and warm and the nights remain pleasantly cold making it the most apt time to partake in outdoor sightseeing and activities. But these months also bring in huge crowd and skyrocketing prices making it important to book flights and accommodations well in advance if planning to visit the city during winter months. Though, not the best time in terms of climate, summer months of March to June is the perfect season to avoid crowd and net cheap accommodation and flight tickets to the city.
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