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  Volume: XXIV, Issue No. 15 March 16-31, 2015  
  BRAC CDM Savar offers training facilities in natural setting
  Published Date : 1 October, 2011
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Dhaka : BRAC Centre for Development Manage-ment set in a natural setting, offers five-star ambience, was originally meant for training of its own staff members but by now, has become a favourite venue of conferences including international ones.

The complex is located at Khagon, Savar, only a 15 kilometre drive away from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.

BRAC CDM is a state-of-the-art one stop service centre, providing world class accommodation and training facilities to the local and international organisations as well as catering to individuals who want to enjoy a good holiday at five-star hospitality but within reasonable prices.

The centre has 176 rooms for accommodating more than 300 overnight guests, eight deluxe with queen beds, 120 'moderate' rooms with twin beds and 48 single rooms. The rooms have cable-television connections. Hi-frequency internet access is available at every corner of the complex. The complex's own powerhouse provides uninterrupted electricity supply.

Manned with 50 chefs and 120 staff providing expert service round the clock, the dining hall serves Continental, Oriental, Thai, Chinese, Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine. While you sip at your coffee at the coffee shop you can also enjoy the spectacular view from there which is sure to take away your breath.

There is a large auditorium that can hold around 400 persons, perfect for a seminar or any big gathering. A conference room for 100 persons is there to suit your need, Other services include modern facilities like a gymnasium fully equipped with latest work-out gadgets.

The complex has all the components and characteristics of a world class 5 star resort. It is the perfect place to arrange any international standard seminar, trade show, exhibition or an annual get together of a corporate or development organisations, and has been so over the years.

A private or exclusive package is also offered to its guests with country style entertainment like paddle boat riding and fishing in its own lake. An open air BBQ deck by the side of the lake is an added attraction worth trying out. Its 30000 square feet playground with the big stage at the centre is ideal for a concert or any sports competition.

So why not spend your next holiday here!
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