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Review

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  1. I visited Dhaka from 18 to 21 March, in rather pleasant weather. Construction of a rail public transit system, and students’ protests, made traffic more noisy and chaotic than usual. But Razbe, my very experienced and knowledgeable guide, and the drivers he hired, nevertheless managed to get me to visit some of the most interesting sites in the capital city (Sadarghat, Ahsan Manzil Museum, Curzon Hall, Lalbagh Fort, Shaheed Minar) and around (Folk Art & Craft Sonargaon Museum, Panam City), experiences not to be missed, but which could be overwhelming for most visitors without a guide. I highly recommend Razbe’s company, Orient Tourism Channel, when planning custom made visiting tours of Bangladesh. Razbe was always punctual, efficient (With emails also) and receptive to suggestions. I stayed at the InterContinental Hotel (Former Sheraton), which I also highly recommend, for the very friendly and helpful staff, quiet rooms, and sumptuous Western buffet.

  2. Firstly I traveled Dhaka for 3 days. During this visit, Razbe told me that they have partners in other countries to operate tours. And through his website, I booked some more packages for Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka tours. His partners are also very professional. Thanks to Razbe for excellent service I got from this company. Highly recommended.

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