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The Birds of Bangladesh

There are some great locations for bird watching in Bangladesh: forests, mountains, and even choice areas in and around most of the lakes. However, if you don't know what you're looking for then you might as well sleep in or go searching for Bengal Tigers.

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Bangladesh on 20 Dollars a day - fact or fiction?

Bangladesh on 20 dollars a day? Come on, you're pulling my leg! Those kinds of prices and that kind of budget doesn't exist any more. Or do they? Sure, Bangladesh is the world's most crowded city, and yes; it does happen to be prone to what seems like more than its share of floods and earthquakes. But if you get yourself off the beaten path you'll find a countryside that is full of interesting archeology, stunningly beautiful beaches and an assortment of decaying palaces and mansions that even Rhett Butler would envy.

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Bangladesh - Cyclones and Floods

Many times during its history, Bangladesh and the surrounding region have been struck by devastating tropical cyclones that have caused great loss of life and property. The majority of the damage is caused by water in the form of storm surges. Bangladesh is particularly vulnerable to storm surge flooding due to the geography of the land and region.

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Bird Watching in Bangladesh

Bird watching in Bangladesh is easy! All you need is a pair of binoculars, a sturdy pair of hiking shoes and a little patience. Leave everything else to Mother Nature.

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Love and Marriage Bengali Style - Bangladesh

You sure didn't plan on it happening. But like so many travelers before you, while visiting Bangladesh you met the man or woman of your dreams and went and fell in love. Now what? Well before you throw caution to the wind, perhaps a bit of familiarity with Bengali marriage customs is in order. Bengali marriages are a mixture of tradition, culture, and above all religious beliefs. If you thought you'd zip over to City hall for a Las Vegas style quickie, you came to the wrong country.

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Eat Well and Eat Healthy in Bangladesh

Bangali cuisine -- in it's simplicity -- can be one of the most enjoyable things about your visit to Bangladesh. You can eat well and eat healthy in Bangladesh, and you owe it to yourself to try a little bit of everything.

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Visiting the Tea Fields of Sylet - Bangladesh

Sylhet, formerly Srihatta or Sri-hat meaning 'Central Bazar' or from the Arabic term Serhed meaning frontier town. The city, northeast of Bangladesh, is situated northeast of Dhaka [the capital Bangladesh], on the right bank of the River Surma, and is a trade and administrative centre of an important agricultural area.

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Bangladesh: Stalking the Royal Bengal Tiger

The area known as the Sundarbans or the "beautiful forest" is a cluster of islands in the south western part of Bangladesh, with an approximate area of 3600 kilometers. It's here, in the untamed forests of Bangladesh, that more and more tourists are coming to visit. With cameras in hand, they hope to spot the rare Royal Bengal tiger.

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