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Hatirjheel Project Dhaka, Bangladesh

Hatirjheel project, Dhaka, Bangladesh - The public facilities developed under the development scheme include a 9-kilometre east-west connecting express road, 8km service roads, 477-metre bridges, 9km footpath, 10km lakeside walkway, 260-metre viaduct, 400-metre overpass, an integrated drainage management connecting Begunbari canal with the Gulshan-Banani lakes, a sewer network, an aesthetic public space, and waterfronts. The scheme is also designed to help ground water percolation.

The facilities here also include a theatre, viewing deck, landscaping, and park furniture and a police box. However, construction of the theatre, park and the garden is yet to be finished.











 

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Some of the recently opened restaurants and coffee shops in Gulshan Area, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Gloria Jean's Coffees



Istanbul Restaurant : as authentic as it can get









Suraon: Korean and BBQ











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nice new photos from Dhaka and I can see many new developments too....thanks @mirzashahan. :cheers2:
 

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Great photos from Bangladesh. I do hope you continue.
 

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More Commercial Towers on Gulshan Avenue, Dhaka, Bangladesh































The Westin, Dhaka, Bangladesh





























Dear New York, you've had your Central Park for quite sometime now. It's time we in Dhaka have our own piece of green in the middle of the concrete jungle. GULSHAN PARK on GULSHAN AVENUE. OPENING SOON!! ;P

 

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Beautiful city.
 
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Kuril flyover - the 300 ft wide road that leads to the future of Dhaka city

Kuril flyover - a flyover that leads us to the future of Dhaka city. This 300 ft wide road (Purbachal Rd) leading us to Purbachal is where we can expect proper residential blocks surrounded by green, gated communities, huge parks and recreational areas, commercial skyscrapers of International standards, and driveways that welcomes convertibles. The flyover will open any day now. So, thought of uploading some pics of it before anyone else does :)

View of Hotel Regency from the flyover that connects to the 300 ft road









Looks like a roller coaster track :p



 

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Proud to call this city home :cheers:

Great photos!
 
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