This Blog is also available as an RSS Feed

Features

Exploring Dublar Char

Bangladesh is a beautiful and unique country filled with color, culture and contrast. From bustling cities to peaceful rural villages, the locations spread across this small section of the globe are many and varied. Visitors may even choose to visit the country’s coastline or some location not far from the shores of Bangladesh.

read more..

Features

Scuba diving in Bangladesh

Not many people view Bangladesh as being a great location to go scuba diving. However more and more people are discovering the natural wonders that St Martin's Island has to offer. This small island is located just off the coast of Bangladesh and it is already quite a national treasure.

read more..

Features

The Shilpangan Gallery

Art lovers visiting Bangladesh will most certainly want to make a stop at the Shilpangan Gallery in Dhanmondi. This fantastic art gallery has already been open for more than fourteen years and it is renowned for its fantastic and varied displays of local talent.

read more..

Features

Take a Walk Along Dhaka’s Bailey Road

With a population topping twelve million, and a population density of 43,797 people per square kilometer, the city of Dhaka, along with its metropolitan area, is considered by statisticians to be a "megacity". While it’s true that life in the capital city of Bangladesh appears to move at a frantic pace, there are many places in this vibrant city where citizens, and visitors, can take time out to relax and escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life – even if only for a short period of time. Bailey Road, or Natok Saroni as it has been officially renamed, is one of these special places, and visitors to Dhaka may want to take some time out to enjoy all that this cultural oasis has to offer.

read more..

Features

Dhaka to Host International Club Cup in November

Football is a popular sport in many parts of the world and this is certainly true in Bangladesh, where football is supported by hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of fans. With this in mind, the news of the upcoming International Club Cup Football Tournament to be played at Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh, will no doubt be met with great enthusiasm. Bangladesh Football Federation president Kazi Salahuddin has revealed that the tournament is likely to take place in November 2009.

read more..

Features

Explore the Secluded Beauty of Inani Beach

Located around 32 kilometers to the south of the popular tourist destination of Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, the beautiful Inani Beach attracts visitors who appreciate the wonders of nature. With a backdrop of lush green hills rising up on the east, and the sea stretching out endlessly to the west, Inani Beach is famous for its unusually shaped rock and coral boulders scattered plentifully across the beach and into the sea.

read more..

Features

Become Acquainted With The Peace-Loving Mru

What better way can there be for adventurous travelers to gain insight into the lives of the people of Bangladesh than to live with them? Located high up in the Bandarban Hilltracts, the members of the peace-loving Mru tribe welcome visitors to share their homes and way of life as part of an eco-tourism initiative which is proving to be most beneficial for both the hosts and guests.

read more..

Features

2011 Cricket World Cup Opening Ceremony in Bangladesh

Cricket is a great sport and the Cricket World Cup is the highlight of every cricket lover’s year. This time the event, which is held every four years, will be even more memorable for cricket lovers living in Bangladesh.

read more..





Combine Flights?













New Business Users, read more and join on the Business Affiliates page.

New Individual Users, join on the Forum Users Registration page.