Cruise on Buriganga River

Cruise on Buriganga River

exploring the Port of Dhaka from Shadarghat on a small boat

Location: 

Sadarghat, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Duration: 

Friday, August 11, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Shadarghat: part of the Port of Dhaka were many passenger boats are starting
  2. Buriganga River: also known as the old Ganges, the main river through Dhaka
  3. River cruise: jumping on a small boat and exploring the river by boat
  4. Lunch on a boat: getting invited by a local guy to have lunch on a big boat
  5. People: the area is packed with friendly and helpful men in their 30s

Image sources

  1. A ferry to cross the Buriganga River
  2. Small boats on the Buriganga River
  3. Hard choice, which boat to take?
  4. Transporting goods over the river
  5. Boarding the next ferry

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