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  • New Marine Protected Area for Bangladesh

    When the Bangladesh Cetacean Diversity Project (BCDP) was established in July 2006 by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) its objectives included researching and monitoring populations ...

  • Bangladesh Updates Conservation Red List

    The IUCN Bangladesh Country Office, together with the Bangladesh Forest Department and funded by the World Bank, is currently updating the Species Red List of Bangladesh to determine the ...

  • Cultural Diversity at Ethnological Museum in Chittagong

    Located in the city of Chittagong, the Ethnological Museum chronicles the history of the ethnic groups of Bangladesh. The museum, which was established in 1965 and opened to the public in ...

  • Tiger Conservation Conference in Dhaka

    At the second Global Tiger Stocktaking Conference held in Dhaka on 14-16 September 2014, Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina called on all present to join hands to save tigers in the ...

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What to See

  • Travel

    Travel Options

    If you’re planning to visit Bangladesh, you’ll need to decide which travel option you want to use. Travel to and from the country is important but so is deciding what kind of transport you are going to make use of whilst in the country. To this end we have sought to provide some basic Bangladesh travel information. Hopefully this information will help you decide how you plan to make your way ...

  • Attractions

    Wildlife

    There is a wide variety of animal diversity to be found in the wilderness areas of Bangladesh, so nature lovers can really take their time to enjoy this side of the country. Even though Bangladesh is one of the most highly populated countries in the world, the majority of the population lives in or around large cities and this has helped to limit deforestation to some extent.

  • 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 ...

  • Travel

    Travelers Guide

    Are you planning on traveling to Bangladesh? We provide you with a useful Bangladesh Traveler's Guide, with basic information such as time zones, safety, visas and so on. We are sure that this travel guide to Bangladesh will contribute to a pleasant stay in this fascinating country.

  • Regions

    Sylhet Division

    One of the most picturesque and archeological rich regions in Bangladesh, is the Sylhet Division. Its economic industries have become a part of the attractions to the region, as landscapes are filled with fragrant orange and pineapple gardens and breathtaking tea plantations. Many Sylhet community members have found work and residence abroad, but have been using their money to fund projects ...

  • Business

    Exports

    Like many other third-world countries, Bangladesh relies quite heavily on exports to provide for the needs of its densely populated nation. The same products sold locally will generally fetch a much lower price than they would on the international market. This means that it is far more profitable for the country to engage in exportation than it is to engage in local trade. While this may ...

  • Regions

    Rajshahi Division

    Hundreds of litchie and mango orchards, and other agricultural products such as carrots, meat and potatoes, form a part of the picturesque countryside and economy of the Rajshahi Division. Located on the rivers of Jamuna and Padma, this division is known for its fertile land and wonderful destinations, making it a very popular region for tourists to explore. A four hour journey outside of ...

  • 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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