To get the best experience out of Dhaka you need to book one of our local friendly tour guides. They will be able to show you around, make you feel like a local. Whether you want to see the tourist sites or visit places off the beaten track and discover new experiences, then our Guides4me guide is there to make it happen.
Mujib is 30 years old, LGBT friendly and speaks Bengali, Hindi and English.
Dedicated to animal welfare and one health, in particular with eliminating dog mediated Rabies, a deadly disease known to science. A well educated young man, Mujib has followed his passion for veterinary services. He has gained field experiences in many different countries such as India, with Dogstar Foundation in Sri Lanka and Iran. Now back in his home country, he is now working for the National Rabies Elimination Team of Bangladesh. Mujib would be delighted to be your guide and to make sure you have an unforgettable experience of Bangladesh. We guarantee you will make a new friend for life.
Total cost for the guide services of Mujib for one day (8 hours) = a booking fee of USD 25 via Paypal, debit / credit cards, bank transfer or Crypto Currency plus USD 50 in cash to Mujib after his services. This makes a total of USD 75.
This excludes transport, but excludes entrance fees or any food & beverage costs.
“Mujib is a very friendly, educated guy, I had a great day with him, he is a true animal lover and now a great friend, thanks Mujib.” – Bob, Canada
Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. Once known as ‘the Venice of the East”. It is one of the most populated cities in the world with over 18.8 million people, but don’t let that put you off its amazing charm.
Old Dhaka is the most beautiful part of the city. It’s home to many secret gems including the Lalbagh Fort, the 12th-century Hindu temple Dhakeshwari Mandir, and the pretty pink Ahsan Manzil Museum. Lalbag Fort was the site of the first battle for independence against the British in 1857.
The Dhakeshwari National Temple is state owned, therefore giving it the distinction of being Bangladesh’s ‘National Temple’. The name “Dhakeshwari” means “Goddess of Dhaka”. It is also the largest Hindu temple in Bangladesh.
The Ahsan Manzil museum is situated at Kumartoli of Dhaka on the bank of the Buriganga. It was the residential palace and the kachari of the nawabs.
Whatever you choose to do in Dhaka, it will be a unique and memorable experience of a lifetime, with a Guides4me guide, who will look after you and by the end of the trip you’ve made a best friend.