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Bangladesh travel

Bangladesh, to the east of India on the Bay of Bengal, is a South Asian country . Its Padma (Ganges), Meghna and Jamuna rivers create fertile plains, and travel by boat is common. On the southern coast, the Sundarbans, an enormous mangrove forest shared with Eastern India, is home to the royal Bengal tiger.
Population16.14 crores (2018) World Bank
CurrencyBangladeshi taka

Cox’s Bazar is the most important good-looking place in Bangladesh. Paharpur, Mahasthanghar, Mynamati, Sonargaon are the very prominent worth-seeing places in the country.

Lalbagh Kella, Bahadur Shah Park, National Mausoleum at Savar. The zoo at Mirpur, Botanical Garden beside the zoo at Mirpur; Baldha garden at Wari is worth mentioning good looking places at Dhaka in Bangladesh. All these places are very attractive and charming to the tourists.

1.sundarban mangrove forest
sundarban is the largest mangrove forest on earth and a UNESCO world heritage site. Sundarbans is located in between two neighboring countries Bangladesh and India. Majority of the forest is located in Bangladesh. It is home of the last remaining Bengal tigers in the world and much other wildlife. The environment of Sundarbans is tranquilizing and visiting this forest could be a once in a lifetime experience.

2.Chittagong HILL tracts
it is a naturally beautiful place full of beautiful is home of many tribal groups of bangladesh.this is the best place in bangladesh for adventure can trek deep inside the hills for many days here if u can manage permission from the local authority.the most beautiful river in Bangladesh called sangu river is located in this area.


its the tea capital of bangladesh.
You will find lush green tea gradens anywhere you go here.
u can cycle through the trails inside the tea plantations.
u can also visit  lawachhara national park,and trek to hamham waterfalls.

people visit this area for kaptai lake ,it is a naturally beautiful man made lake surrounded by beautiful hills.its the home of tribal groups.

It is the most impressive archaeological site in Bangladesh called somapuri Mahabhihara ,A UNESCO world heritage site,it was the second largest buddhist monastery ,monks from all over the world used to come here for higher was one of the best buddhist monasteries in the world at that time.

6.St. Martin's island
St. martin's island is beautiful coral island of bay of bengal in bangladesh.
Its best place for beach lovers.


Sylhet is a naturally beautiful place in the north eastern part of bangladesh, close to the meghalaya state of india.
it has many beautiful places to water canal Lalakhal.stone collecting area jaflong,ratargul swap forest,and many of its tea gardens are the attractions to visit sylhet. you can also meet some different tribal people in Sylhet,especially in Jaflong.

Barisal is a unique place located in the heart of ganges in Barisal is fully based on the river.
you can visit its many floating markets ,bazars,school and villages to experience the unique culture of barisal.
moonsoon is the best place to visit this region when its numerous rivers and canals become full of water and nature become green.


Puthia is a small village is Rajshahi full of beautiful hindu temples,the largest number of historical temples in bangladesh are found in puthia.these temples are unique in design.some of them are ornamented with beautiful terracota plaques describing epic hindu stories

10.Mosque city Bgerhat

Bagerhat is a city founded in the 15th century by a turkish general,which was formerly knows as khalifatabad
it is full of beautiful historic mosques,among which 60 Dome mosque is the famous.
this whole city is recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site.

11.COX's Bazar

Cox's Bazar is the longest unbroken sandy beach in the world,125km in length.its is the most popular spot among the locals in Bangladesh.perfect place to relax at the end of a long avoid the crowd.stay on a resort with their own pritvate beach.
the wholesale fish market in cox bazar would be an interesting place to visit while you are here.


it was the old capital of bengal in the medieval was a ming capital beside gaur. although gone is the heritage of the old capital.there still are some interesting things to spend a day in sonargaon.the main attraction to visit  sonargaon would be the abandoned merchant city ,panam nagar,built on the colonial period,this was city of wealthy hindu merchants to fled to india during riots after the partition in the subcontinent.they intended to return someday,which never happend,nowadays ,this is a fully abandoned city of 52 houses built on a single street.

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