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Bangladesh - Center of the Ship Breaking Industry

As dawn breaks on the shores of the Bay of Bengal, a surreal scene unfolds: thousands of workers stream down to the rusted hulks of beached ships, some of them huge oil tankers. Soon the sounds of hammering and metal cutting can be heard as sparks from welding torches float through the air like fireflies.

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Best Beaches in Bangladesh

Mention the word "Bangladesh" and travelers seem to get caught up in a world of images akin to monastery's and riding atop elephants in search of Bengal tigers. All that is well and good, but those in the "know" understand that Bangladesh boasts some of the most pristine and stunning beaches found anywhere in the world.

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Experience Bangladesh as a Volunteer

Few trips to a foreign country can be as worthwhile as when you spend time as a volunteer. Sure, you can travel to Bangladesh and visit the sites and experience the culture and cram as much as you can into a brief one or two week visit. Or you can volunteer at any number of locations, performing any number of jobs and stay anywhere from four to 12 weeks and really get to know what the country and its people are all about.

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Bangladesh: Dhaka - Land of the Rickshaw

Dhaka (formerly Dacca) is the capital and largest city of Bangladesh. Located in the geographic center of the country in the great deltaic region of the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers, Dhaka has one thing most other Bang cities do not: rickshaws. Hundreds of thousands of rickshaws.

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Bangladesh: Ecotourism with Indigenous Peoples

Bangladesh is so culturally vast, that it is easy to lose sight of how many indigenous peoples inhabit the region. Visitors looking for a truly unique experience may opt to get away from the high-octane chaos of the many inner cities and head to the highlands and outer-lying regions to meet the true people of Bangladesh.

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Bangladesh - Land of the Tiger

Bangladesh is one of the world's poorest, most populous and most densely populated countries. This is due in part to the great fertility of the land, well-watered as it is by three great rivers: the Brahmaputra, the Meghna and the Ganges. Most of the area of Bangladesh consists of a wide, flat flood plain and river delta where the three rivers combine and drain into the Bay of Bengal. The climate is hot, humid and extremely rainy in the summer Monsoon season. Bangladesh is located in the northeastern part of the Indian subcontinent and it is almost completely surrounded by India itself. The capital city of Bangladesh is Dhaka, a metropolis of 12.5 million that has become a global high tech dynamo.

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Chittagong: A Visit to Skyscraper City - Bangladesh

If you thought all Bangladesh was about was about was archaic temples and dusty back streets then think again. Amid the bustling throngs of beggars and buyers lies a vibrant infrastructure that's worth taking a look at.

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Bangladesh: A Visit to the Shat Gambuj Mosque

To the uninitiated, Bangladesh can seem like a logistical nightmare: subdivided into 6 divisions and all named after their respective capitals: the Dhaka Division, Chittagong Division, Khulna Division, Sylhet Division, Rajshahi Division and Barishal Division. All contain a wealth of sites and sounds for visitors to thoroughly immerse themselves in.

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