Ahsan Manzil is an attractive tourist spot in Dhaka. It is one of the most meaningful architectural heritage of Bangladesh. It is situated in Old Dhaka on the bank of the river Buriganga. The area is called Kumartuli in Islampur. Here you you’ll enjoy the feeling of the lifestyle of the Nawabs of Dhaka. The pink palace was actually built by Nawab Sir Abdul Gani in 1872, and was reconstructed after the tornado of 1888. Now it has been established as a museum. People have the opportunity to visit the museum and here you will find some historical and archeological things.It has 23 galleries displaying portraits, furniture and other objects used by the Nawab.
- Location Kumartuli,Islampur,Dhaka
- Famous for Heritage & Museum
How to get there
You can visit Ahsan Manzil very easily through rickshaw and public transport with minimum cost of 30 BDT from Motijheel in Dhaka. its just few minutes of distance apart from the Jagannath University.
Where to stay
There are many Hotels and Restaurants you will find in Dhaka city to stay and have food .
Adult: BDT 5
Child ( Under 12 years old ): BDT 2
Foreigner: BDT 75
SAARC domestic visitors: BDT 5
Student & abnormal people : Free ( Student need pre-permission )
10.30 AM in Summer (1st April to 30th September) ( *Friday opens at 3 PM )
9.30 AM in WInter (1st October to 30th March) ( *Friday opens at 2:30 PM )
5.30 PM in Summer ( *Friday closes at 7.30 PM )
4.30 PM in Winter ( *Friday closes at 7.30 PM )
- Holiday Thrusday
Condition apply *