Half Day City Tours & Half Day Sonargaon Excursions

Open Date: Each Friday, Saturday and Other Holidays


Prices per Person:

Group Size

1-1 Pax.

2-2 Pax.

3-4 Pax.

5-6 Pax.

Prices Per Person

USD 110

USD 90

USD 65

USD 45

Price includes:




Tourist Van      Meals Guide
  • An A/C car (car size will vary as per group size) for pick up, drop and sightseeing
  • One 1.5 liter bottle water
  • Once light snacks
  • All entry fees
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • An English speaking guide and driver will being with you as long sightseeing is on

Price Excludes:

  • Everything except above inclusions

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To secure booking, an advance payment of 50% of the total tour prices have to be made on 48 hours earlier of the tour commencement and further payment instructions are in the Booking Policy Section



Medieval Capital Of Bengal

1. About 350 years old Moghul fort ‘Lalbag Kellah,. 2. A Hindus’ temple of 11th centuries AD, ‘Dhakeshawry temple’. 3. A memorial has been erected to commemorate the language movement martyrs, ‘Shahid Meenar’. 4. An over hundreds year old buildings of Dhaka University ‘Curzon Hall’. 5. Medieval Capital of Bengal, Sonargaon. 6. A lost city, ‘Panam Nagar’. 7. A Sultanet mosque of Early 16th centuries, Goaldi Mosque.



Minimum 01 and Maximum 06 persons travel together, dedicated tour guides throughout

Starting Point

Client will assign get on and get off point to initiate sightseeing. (But it must be within Dhaka metropolitan area and car accessible street)


Glorious Past

What to Expect

This fast-paced, guided tour included lane-labyrinth where you have to go through hustling-bustling crowd. Have to be proceeding by foot for a bit long sightseeing.

Path of Glorious Past

Dhaka City Map Sonargaon was a historic city in central Bangladesh. It is one of the old capitals of the historic region of Bengal and was an administrative center of eastern Bengal. It was also a port and trading center. During British colonial rule, mill fabrics merchants built many Indo-Saracenic townhouses in the Panam neighborhood. Sonargaon was central to muslin (world famous local hand-loom fabrics) trade in Bengal. Sonargaon is located near the old course of the Brahmaputra River. Greco-Roman writers mentioned Sonargaon as Sounagoura. The name Sonargaon originated with the ancient term of Suvarnagrama. The Sena dynasty used the area as a base. The Deva dynasty King Dasharathadeva shifted his capital from Bikrampur to Suvarnagrama in the middle of the 13th century. Sonargaon is also one of the possible locations for the fabled land of Suvarnabhumi that is referred in cultures across the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia.



First Book the Tour and then tell us, where from and when Guide will pick you up to start the sightseeing.

After breakfast (within 8 o’clock in the morning) guide will pick you up from the pre-assigned place. Since then city sightseeing start.


1st site of the Day, LALBAG KELLAH which is an about 400 years old incomplete Mughal Fort. Son of emperor Arungojabe, prince Muhammed Azam was third viceroy of Dhaka for 15 months, Viceroy felt then the necessity of building a fortresses residence for the viceroy of Suba-Bangla.To implement prince plan, in the 1678 AD he start fort construction on the bank of the Buriganga River.


2nd site of the day, DAKESHWARI TEMPLE Dhakeshwari is not only a single temple but a complex of temples and there are five more Shiva temples in this premises. Those Shiva temples have a character in design of Arkans Pegoda . Few historians believe those temples were founded in the 11 th centuries AD. Their time of temples building might have been assessed by the temple related myths.


3rd site of the day, KENDRIO SHAHEED MINAR is a memorial has been erected to commemorate martyrs of language movement of 1952. which known as Kendrio Shahid Meenar. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4th site of the day, CURZON HALL British Raj had adopted partly of Mughal's people welfare policy in order to rule India. Adoption of Mughal legacy in the rules of British Raj had been created a new trend in architecture, which was then revealed in fusion design of European and Mughal architectures. Such fusion's influence is presence in design of many British buildings of that time in the subcontinent. Same type of architectural design is seen in 'Curzon Hall's building.


5th site of the day, 3 SONARGAOAN BARO SARDAR BARI drive south of Curzon Hall 31 kms away to the residence of headman (Bara Sardar Bari). Visit a folklore arts & crafts museum here, which was establish by Shilpa Char-ya (master Painter) Zainul Abedin in 1974, at Headman 's house. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

6th site of the day, PANAM NOGOR to suppress popular local loom fabrics muslin, British created a group of Hindus fabrics merchants who were merchandising British mill's fabrics by eliminate local weavers. Those merchants built up many townhouse in Indo-Sarasenic style over Panam Nagar in 1838, which is one of the three cities of medieval capital or Boro Nogor (big city). Now this historical city is struggling for being a survival in ruins as lost city.


7th site of the day, GOALDI MOSQUE, one of the very few surviving medieval monuments in the city of Sonargaon. About six km northwest of the little township of Panam, near Sonargaon, there are two such precariously surviving old single-domed mosques in the sequestered hamlet of Goaldi. Goaldi Mosque, Sonargaon is also a single-domed square mosque with 4.8m sides, Mulla Hizabar Akbar Khan built this mosque in August 1519 AD, during the reign of Sultan Alauddin Husain Shah..


After city sightseeing, tour-guide will drop you at the same point from where you have been picked up.


Meals Plan  no foods included except once light snacks


Things to carry:

  1. Raincoat / umbrella
  2. Snicker shoes for walking
  3. Hat / Cap for Sun protection
  4. Sun-burn lotion
  5. Camera & SD Cards



To Book a Tour

Booking have to be made on minimum 5 days earlier of the city tour commencement- You might book a tour:     On Website: /     Over Mail: /     On Phone: +880 1534 103 751/     At Office: House# 51, Road# 11,South Baridhara, Madhya Badda, Dhaka-1212

Deposit & Payment:

    While making a confirm booking for this tour, 50% total price have to be made on minimum 5 days earlier of the city tour commencement- at:
  1. Bkash Account: +880 1705 686 014
  2. Bank Account:
  3.     Bank Name: Shajalal Islami Bank     Branch: Dhanmondi     Account Name: Albatross Tours     A/C No.: 400311100013802     Swift: SJBLBDDHDHN
  4. If you make payment at the bank,then send payment document on / whatsapp: +880 1705 686 014 as soon as possible.
  5. An invoice will be sent on your email ID.or on your mobile phone apps.
  6. Office Desk: come to Albatross Tours office and pay yourself at the payment receiving desk along with an official letter to Albatross Tours. And receive an invoice and paid receipt from the office.
Cancellation & Refund:

  1. IF you do not make full payment on 72 hours prior of the tour commencement then your tour will be auto canceled
  2. If you cancel your tour 72 hours prior to the start of the tour 50% of the tour fee will be charged.
  3. Or you can reschedule a tour for next as per your convenience time by the advance amount.In such a case you have to inform us by a mail on 72 hours earlier of tour commencement.

Hotline Hotline:+880 1534 103 751 (For more query)

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