There are 45 flights operating between Istanbul and Dhaka. You may find frequent flights from Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam to Dhaka.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Dhaka flights? In the coming 3 months: Abha Dhaka 3,538 TL, Dammam Dhaka 2,886 TL and Gassim Dhaka 2,994 TL
Better to book your flight to Dhaka 55 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
July and August months are the highest season for Bangladesh, Dhaka. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: February and December.
Dhaka, one of the largest cities in South Asia and the capital of Bangladesh, is located on the banks of the Buriganga River. The city, which expands on the Ganges delta, is known as the City of Mosques.
Dhaka, one of the largest cultural, educational and business centers in the region, besides its rivers, lakes, tropical forests and mountains, which are natural wonders, is a colorful city with a population of twelve million people who own more than 400 thousand rickshaws.
Dhaka, where the settlement dates back to the 7th century, was replaced by the Mughal domination, which started in 1608, with the Dhaka Barracks, which served British and Bengali soldiers in the 1800s. After the partition of India in 1947, Dhaka became the capital of East Pakistan, but Dhaka took its present form when Bangladesh declared its independence on 26 March 1971.
Places to visit
Dhaka's love for Turkish people and respect for Mustafa Kemal Atatürk are also important in Dhaka, which is one of the cities that must be visited by those who want to meet a different culture, besides its warm and emotional people, the hard living conditions, traffic and crowds. So much so that Dhaka is a city with Kemal Atatürk Street.
Dhaka University Central Mosque, Hoseni Dalan Mosque, Lalbag Fort, Bangabandhu Memorial Museum, Bangladesh National Museum, Liberation War Museum, National Parliament House, Dharmarajika Buddhist Monastery, Sonargaon, Shahid Minar, Ramna Park, Sukanta's Dhamrai Metal Crafts, Ahsan Manzil, Dhakeshwari Temple, Armenian Church of the Holy Resurrection, Rose Garden, Dhaka Zoo.
The must-see places in Dhaka are Beyt-ül Mukarrem, the city's most important mosque and called the National Mosque. It was built in 1960 and stands out with its resemblance to the Kaaba. The Seven Domed Mosque and Yıldız Mosque, which is famous for its mosaics, should also be seen. Dhakeshwari and Ramkrishna stand out among Hindu temples with their architectural beauty. Lalbag Fortress, built by Prince Mohammed Azam Shah in the 17th century, Bibi Fairy Tomb, daughter of Shaista Khan, Ahsan Manzil, which was used as a palace but is now converted into a museum, and Jatiyo Sangshad Bhaban, the Bangladesh parliament building, are among the places to visit.
Food & Drink and Shopping
The cuisine of Bangladesh, which has been under the influence of Hindu and British cultures for many years, includes both its cosmopolitan structure and the dominant flavors of these cultures. Influenced by Indian, Middle Eastern and Thai cuisines, the dishes are heavily spiced with curry and chilli sauces, and are based on fish, vegetables, rice and potatoes. The most famous local delicacies are aloo bharta, a kind of mashed potato, hilsa, which is called the national fish, rasgullah, also called mishti, fried with white and red cheese, dipped in sherbet. Apart from the restaurants serving local delicacies, it is also possible to taste international cuisine in the Gulshan and Banani regions.
Bangladesh, which we have known for its cheap labor on the brand labels of textile products in recent years, actually has a unique weaving called muslin. Muslin, a fine and sparsely woven cotton fabric, is the local product of Dhaka that has made its name known to the world. If you want to buy it, you can visit the Aarong mall located at the intersection of Mirpur and Manik Mia streets. Street markets full of stalls that you can find all over Dhaka are mostly located in Gülşan, Banani, Baridhara, Dhanmondi Districts and Bango Bazar, and Aranya on Kemal Atatürk Street, which is preferred by tourists. Apart from these, Pink Pearl, Garment Seconds and New Market are among the places where you can shop.
Turkish Airlines has direct flights between Istanbul and Dhaka and the travel time is approximately 7 hours and 30 minutes. It is possible to reach the city by taxi from Hazrat Shah Jalal International Airport, which is 17 km from the city center.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Al Baha - Dhaka||4,580.73|
|Abha - Dhaka||3,538.36|
|Jouf - Dhaka||4,312.22|
|Bahrain - Dhaka||2,316.66|
|Bisha - Dhaka||5,148.42|
|Delhi - Dhaka||1,638.55|
|Dammam - Dhaka||2,885.51|
|Doha - Dhaka||2,658.78|
|Dubai - Dhaka||2,791.45|
|Najran - Dhaka||7,135.93|
|Lefkosa - Dhaka||7,190.09|
|Gassim - Dhaka||3,077.22|
|Jazan - Dhaka||4,185.24|
|Hail - Dhaka||3,020.22|
|Istanbul - Dhaka||4,230.27|
|Jeddah - Dhaka||3,382.92|
|Kuwait (City) - Dhaka||2,154.93|
|London - Dhaka||8,584.21|
|Madinah - Dhaka||3,641.98|
|Paris - Dhaka||7,434.62|
|Arar - Dhaka||6,285.37|
|Riyadh - Dhaka||2,820.47|
|Taif - Dhaka||2,968.41|
|Tabuk - Dhaka||3,419.19|
|Yanbu Al Bahr - Dhaka||4,154.94|
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