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Watch Football at Bangabandhu National Stadium

Bangabandhu National Stadium is located at Motijheel in the heart of Dhaka the capital city of Bangladesh. The stadium is named in honor of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, who is also known as “Bangabandhu” (Friend of Bengal). As the founding leader of Bangladesh, he is seen by the people as the father of the nation.

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A Unique Journey to the Bandarban Hill District

The Bandarban Hill District in Bangladesh has been in existence since, and fell under, the rule of the fourteenth century Mru Kingdom. Today, the Bandarban Hill District occupies approximately 4 479 square kilometers of the southeastern region of Bangladesh. The region is also home to four magnificent mountain ranges, namely the Politai, Meranja, Tambang and the Wailatong. Even though the surrounding landscapes are impressive, it is the indigenous tribes that are resident in the area that are the greatest tourist attraction.

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Ahsan Manzil – Standing Proud

Ahsan Manzil is considered to be one of the most noteworthy architectural monuments in Bangladesh. This magnificent building is situated on the banks of the Buriganga River that flows beside Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. Ahsan Manzil was previously the official palace of the Dhaka Nawab family and is currently a museum preserving the culture and history of the area.

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Fantasy Kingdom Amusement Park

Fantasy Kingdom brings a little bit of Disneyland to Bangladesh. It is one of the most spectacular amusement parks in the country and has become a great tourist attraction in Dhaka. South Asia had never before experienced an amusement park of such a grand scale and it took the creativity, dedication and commitment from hundreds of workers, artists and sculptors to bring this world of entertainment and thrills to life.

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Baitul Mukarram – The National Mosque of Bangladesh

The national mosque of Bangladesh, Baitul Mukarram, is situated in the heart of the busy city of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Dhaka is the largest city in Bangladesh with a population of 11 million. It is also one of the most populous cities in the world.

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Customs and Etiquette when Traveling in Bangladesh

When two different cultures meet it can be a very interesting and fruitful experience, or it can be filled with embarrassment and shame. Not knowing about the customs and etiquette of a country, can lead to a few very awkward moments. Learning and trying to understand the customs and etiquette of a foreign country is not only recommended to tourists, but especially to businessmen who want to build permanent and good relationships. Bangladesh has a number of noteworthy customs that can make communication and showing respect easier.

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Enjoy the Tranquility of Kuakata

Kuakata is a treasure in Bangladesh that is considered to be one of the most picturesque destinations in the country. Tourists flock to this small piece of paradise to rejuvenate, relax and enjoy the breathtaking natural wonders that Kuakata has to offer. Bangladesh has recognized the importance of tourist attractions such as this, and has increased safety and facilities to accommodate the ever-growing tourism industry.

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Bangladeshi Student Develops Robot

While computers have taken over many jobs and made administrative duties much simpler, there is yet again another threat to the value of human labor. While some look at scrap materials as mere junk, it is gold in the eyes of Bangladeshi student Feroz Ahmed Siddiky. Although not entirely complete, Siddiky revealed his two years of hard labor to the world, IRobo.

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