Bashundhara City Mall

Published:  12:00 AM, 03 December 2016

The second largest shopping mall in Bangladesh

The second largest shopping mall in Bangladesh

Bashundhara City Mall is a shopping mall in Dhaka. It is the mall located in Panthapath, near Kawran Bazar, Dhaka. It is the second largest shopping mall in Bangladesh with a gross leasable area of 191,200 square feet (18,000 m2).

 The mall was opened to the public on 6 August 2004. Bashundhara City is 19 stories tall, of which 8 are used for the mall and the remainder as the corporate headquarters of the Bashundhara Group.

A lot of recreational facilities are avaliable here. There are more than 2325 shops, cafeterias and a large underground gymnasium, a multiplex movie theater, a top-floor food court, an ice skating rink, and a theme park. 

The fully air-conditioned shopping mall with rooftop gardens is considered a modern symbol of the emerging city of Dhaka The range of products and service is vast here.

A multi-screen movie theatre with digital sound system screens both local and international films. Each of the three parts of the theatre can accommodate 262 viewers.

 A bowling and billiard centre and video games are also here. Connoisseurs of food would like to visit the international food court that has 100 shops.

They can enjoy cuisine and take to fast food shops and restaurants. Children are not going to be deprived, as a Theme Park is on the Levem-8.

Decorated with replicas of Eiffel Tower, Statue of Liberty and India Gate, the park can accommodate 160 children at a time. Kids take pleasure in roller coaster, bumper car, flying carpet and highway cars. For fitness, there is a world class gymnasium -'Adonize Fitness Center' that has gym, swimming pool and spa in it.

It is the first modern mall in the city, designed by the principal architect Mustapha Khalid Palash and Mohammad Foyez Ullah of Vistaara. . Bashundhara City is one of the largest shopping malls in South Asia. About 50,000 people visit here daily.

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