Run Direction

Australian Recreation Club: Road 83, House No.21, Gulshan-2
American Club: Road No. 69, House No. 13, Gulshan-2
Bagha Club: Road No. 44, House No. 17, Gulshan-2 (Behind Westin Hotel)
German Club: Road No. 104, House No.24, Gulshan-2
Nordic Club: Road 55, House No.18, Gulshan-2
Dutch Club: Road 74, House No. 33, Gulshan-2
American International School, Dhaka: United Nations Road, Baridhara
ISD, Bashundhara: International School Dhaka
From the Gulshan-2 circle travel East past the Canadian High Commission and the US Embassy and turn left onto the old airport road (Pragati Sharani). Follow the road for about 2km and turn right into Bashundhara Road which goes into the residential area. Drive past shops and travel about 500m before turning right at a small roundabout. Take the first left turn immediately before the Apollo Hospital.
Airport TITS: Airport Tits is located on the left side of the Airport Road, about 1 km before the entrance to the Airport terminal. Turn left about 100 metres into a small road with a large building on the right and a lake on the left.
If you see the VIP Terminal, you have gone too far!
Thompson’s End: Go north from Dhaka along the Airport road. Travel through the roundabout at the airport, and continue into Uttara. When you reach the North Tower/Mascot Plaza/Red Fort Shopping Centre turn left into Sonargaon Janapath Road and continue about 2 km to the end of this road.
Bata Factory, Tongi: Travel North from Dhaka, along the Airport Road and through Uttara on the Dhaka-Mymmensingh Highway, across the Tongi bridge into Tongi. The entrance to the Bata factory is a short distance on the left after the bridge and after the Bata store
Little Italy, Ashulia: Go north out of Dhaka along the Airport Road, past the airport and through Uttara. Just before Tongi Bridge take the road that veers to the left and drive for about 4 km (Turag river is on the right), and then take the right turn over the causeway into Ashulia. Little Italy Restaurant is on the left side about half a km from the causeway, with brick kilns on the opposite side of the road.