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  • Changing Children’s Future in Bangladesh

    Certain parts of Bangladesh, particularly in the north, the rural families are very impoverished and most children do not receive any formal education. An organization that has made a ...

  • 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 ...

  • Buddha Purnima Festival in Bangladesh

    According to the Buddhist religion, Buddha was incarnated as Santos Kumar. After fulfilling his life in this form, he was living in paradise until he was approached by the gods and asked if ...

  • Grand Trunk Road

    Overland trade can be traced back as far as the third century, and numerous roads were carved into the landscape to assist in the transportation of goods and products. Over the centuries, ...

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What to See

  • Places of Interest


    The archaeological site of Wari-Bateshwar in the north-eastern part of Bangladesh, has uncovered the remains of a city that is believed to date back to 450 BC. The ancient city was discovered near the Wari and Bateshwar villages, around 75 kilometers from Dhaka in the Narshingdi district of Bangladesh, and is considered to be of great archaeological significance.

  • Culture


    Bangladesh has a very rich musical heritage since music has always played an important role in the lives of the people. In ancient times, song was usually linked to prayer and this can still be seen somewhat today in the singing of folksongs that often praise certain gods and their creation. Over time new influences where introduced and musical styles changed. Musical development was better ...

  • Attractions

    Museums in Bangladesh

    With its long and often tumultuous history, it is no surprise that many of the museums in Bangladesh highlight major events and conflicts that have shaped the country over the years. Archaeological discoveries are also plentiful and offer insight into the history, and even prehistory, of the country. There are also a number of specialized museums, such as the Ethnological Museum in ...

  • Business

    Stock Market

    The history of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) dates back to 1952 when the local government deemed it necessary to establish a stock exchange because Pakistani shares and securities were prohibited from being bought or sold on the Calcutta Stock Exchange (CSE). Up until this point, Pakistan had been trading quite profitably on the CSE and had no need to establish their own stock exchange ...

  • Attractions

    Golf Courses

    There are a few golf courses in Bangladesh that will keep golfers occupied and ensure that they have a great time. Picture yourself playing a round of golf in Bangladesh, with beautiful trees surrounding you and birds calling across the green grass.

  • Culture

    Radio Stations

    Radio is an important form of media in Bangladesh as it is easily accessible - especially to those in smaller communities. Many radio stations from Bangladesh are broadcast online. Why not visit one of these sights to listen to some local music or hear up-to-date news?

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    Miscellaneous travel

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  • Travel

    Public Services

    For a country to develop and keep up with the times, it is necessary that it creates a working infrastructure. It is the country's public services sector that is concerned with this. Public services in Bangladesh are services provided by the government to the community. They include police departments, fire departments, water supply, electricity, education, waste disposal and many more. The ...


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