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Cheapest Flights from Delhi to Dhaka

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14-Aug-19
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13:30 - 16:10
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₹8071

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15-Aug-19
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13:30 - 16:10
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₹8071

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21-Aug-19
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13:30 - 16:10
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₹8071

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22-Aug-19
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13:30 - 16:10
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₹8071

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24-Aug-19
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13:30 - 16:10
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02h 40m
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₹8071

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25-Aug-19
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13:30 - 16:10
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₹8071

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26-Aug-19
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13:30 - 16:10
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02h 40m
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₹8071

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27-Aug-19
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13:30 - 16:10
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₹8071

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28-Aug-19
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13:30 - 16:10
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₹8071

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29-Aug-19
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13:30 - 16:10
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₹8071

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The largest city and the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka is fondly called “the city of mosques” because it is home to some of the oldest Islamic architecture and heritage buildings that line the riverfront. The city once served as the capital of the Mughals in Bengal. Many of the monuments dating back to the Mughal era and the British Colonial period remain in Old Dhaka.

The memories of this bustling city, its rich culture and the warm hospitality of the people are sure to stay with you even when you return on your Dhaka to Delhi flight.

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The easiest way to travel to Dhaka from Delhi is via a direct flight that gets you there in less than 3 hours. However, a connecting flight via Kolkata is also available on this route.

Dhaka – The capital of Mughal Bengal

Dhaka is a popular destination not only among travellers, who want to witness the glorious past of the Mughal era in Bengal. The city is a melting pot of diverse religions and cultures with over 2000 heritage sites, mosques and temples, forts and museums.

Things to do in Dhaka

  • Take a boat ride on River Buriganga
  • Explore the narrow lanes of Old Dhaka
  • Visit the mosques and forts that adorn the city

Tourist attractions in Dhaka

  • Lalbagh Fort – The 17th century Lalbagh Fort located in Old Dhaka houses a museum displaying Mughal calligraphy and paintings, along with firearms and swords.
  • Dhakeshwari Temple – The famous Dhakeshwari Temple is dedicated to Dhakeshwari, an incarnation of the Hindu Goddess Durga and the protector of Dhaka.
  • Khan Mohammad Mridha Mosque – Built in 1704-04 AD, the historic Khan Mohammad Mridha Mosque stands on an elevated platform with three domes on top of it and pointed minarets in each corner.
  • Various mosques and museums – Star Mosque, Ahsan Manzil, Bait Ur Rouf Mosque, Armenian Church, Liberation War Museum and National Museum are a few other tourist attractions that one must not miss out on.

Places to shop in Dhaka

  • One can spend an entire day exploring the largest street market in the city, New Market. From jewellery and clothing to leather items, kitchenware, electronics and books, it stocks just about everything.
  • Jatra is the perfect place to go if you are looking to buy some souvenirs. It is famous for its Bangladeshi artwork with a touch of modernity. You will find a range of products with unique designs, such as lamps, wall hangings, home furnishings and clothing at reasonable prices.
  • Aarong is famous for leather and bamboo articles, clothing, jewellery and ceramics.
  • Bashundhara City is a sprawling shopping complex housing over 2000 stores selling local and international brands. From clothes and jewellery to handicrafts and electronics, you will find everything you are looking for under one roof.

Best time to visit Dhaka

October to March is the best time to visit Dhaka, as the weather remains cool and dry at the time, making it perfect for outdoor ventures.

Modes of transport

The easiest and most efficient way of roaming around the city is a three-wheeled cycle rickshaw. These are available for short distances. Buses and CNG-driven auto-rickshaws are an important mode of commute to longer routes.

Weather in Dhaka

Bangladesh enjoys a tropical monsoon climate. In Dhaka, the winters are sunny and warm, lasting from November to February. March marks the onset of spring, which lasts until May, followed by prolonged monsoon (June to October) with moderate to heavy rainfall.

Airport in Dhaka

Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport is the chief airport in the city. It has one domestic terminal and two terminals operating international flights.

(IATA code: DAC)

Delhi

Delhi, also the national capital, is the most populated city in India. With a vast cultural landscape and prospering urbanisation, the city is amongst the most sought-after travel destinations in the country.

Things to do in Delhi

  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb
  • Take a walking tour of the Hauz Khas Village
  • Go on a food walk in Old Delhi

Tourist attractions in Delhi

  • Hauz Khas Village – The medieval village of Hauz Khas features some of the oldest buildings and the remains of Mughal architecture alongside suave markets, lush parks and clean walkways.
  • Agrasena ki Baoli – Designated as a protected monument by the Archaeological Survey of India, Agrasena ki Baoli is a 60 m long and 15 m wide historic water reservoir built in the 14th century. It has been a prominent location for the shooting of several Bollywood movies.
  • Various forts and monuments – Red Fort, Jantar Mantar, Jama Masjid, Lodhi Gardens, Qutab Minar, Akshardham Temple, Rashtrapati Bhavan, India Gate and Humayun’s Tomb are some of the other places that are surely worth visiting.

Places to shop in Delhi

  • Sarojini Market is one of the best places to go shopping in Delhi. The market has a huge range of collections featuring fashionable clothes, footwear, bags and jewellery, all at extremely reasonable prices.
  • Kamla Nagar Market is famous for its traditional and fashion jewellery. You will be spoilt for choice with the best designs on earrings, bangles and neckpieces.
  • Pacific Mall is a good option for those looking for a slightly contemporary shopping experience. The mall has numerous stores and fashion brands catering to all your needs.

Best time to visit Delhi

To explore Delhi at its best, one should visit the city between February and March or October and November. The weather is extremely pleasant at that time.

Modes of transport

The easiest and cheapest way to get from one location to others in the city is to take a DTC bus. Cycle rickshaws and auto-rickshaws are a good option if you are travelling a short distance. However, the faster mode of transport is the Delhi Metro. One can also hire shared or private cabs to travel across the city.

Weather in Delhi

Delhi experiences very hot summers (April to June) and cold winters (December to January). The temperature may rise 45-degree Celsius in summers and drop below the freezing point in winter, occasionally. The city experiences wet and humid monsoon with moderate to heavy rainfall from July to mid-September.

Airport in Delhi

The main airport in Delhi is the Indira Gandhi International Airport. It has three terminals operating domestic and international flights to and from the city.

(IATA code: DEL)

FAQs about Delhi to Dhaka flights

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What do you mean by Student Fare?

Students above the age of 12 years old get a 6 % discount on base fare, which is called Student Fare. Passengers must book their flight ticket 7 days before the departure date to avail this offer. 

What is the best time for Delhi to Dhaka air ticket booking?

IndiGo provides various offers and discounts to its customers all throughout the year. To book your Delhi to Dhaka flight lowest airfare, keep an eye out on the official website.

What is the quickest way to get to Dhaka from Delhi?

The quickest way to reach Dhaka from Delhi is via a direct flight that takes about 2 hours and 50 minutes.  

Would I have to take a Dhaka to Kolkata flight on my way back to Delhi?

On your way back to Delhi, you can take a connecting flight that first goes from Dhaka to Kolkata. The flight will have a layover in Kolkata before flying to its destination, Delhi. However, a direct Dhaka to Delhi flight is also available. 

What is the name and code for Dhaka airport?

The name of Dhaka airport is Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. The code is DAC.

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