How to visit Bangladesh National Assembly Building

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Bangladesh assembly building is one of the majestic buildings in Asia. This building is an architectural masterpiece designed by world famous American architect Louis I Kahn. It was almost impossible to visit inside the assembly building for tourists. But recently Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (National Tourism Organization) has taken the initiative to make visit the building by tourists. The process is as under :

You have to make an application describing that you want to visit National Assembly building addressing as under :

Manager (Tours)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation
83-88 Mohakhali,
Ph : +880-2-8833229

You also have to submit the following with the application :

  • 1 Copy photograph.
  • Photocopy of the passport.
  • Fee (USD 5)

Within 10 days, they will inform the visit schedule.

To know further details about this building, please read: Bangladesh National Parliament – The finest architecture of Louis Kahn in Dhaka

Take a half-day National Assembly Tour with us to visit inside and outside of National Assembly Building.

6 thoughts on “How to visit Bangladesh National Assembly Building”

  1. Excellent information! 🙂

    Lots of local people come to visit the assembly building every day. The area is huge, and really a nice place to pass an evening in the heart of the capital city. Many people also want to visit the inside, but that was restricted so far, except for the journalists, and VIPs. Now everyone have a chance to visit the wonderful building.

    • I will be spending a night in Dhaka in transit in May. My plane arrives at 4pm and my flight the following day leaves at 12pm. I really want to visit the assembly but am not sure if it will be possible given the time. Is it possible to visit the building during the evening? We don’t need to go inside but it would be nice to walk around it and spend some time in the immediate area. I studied architecture and studied the building and I would love to see it in person.


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