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  • Pay a Visit to the City of Schools

    Located on the banks of the Brahmaputra River in the Mymensingh District of the Dhaka Division of Bangladesh, the city of Mymensingh was formed by the British East India Company in 1787 ...

  • The Vulnerable Bengal Slow Loris

    Found in some of the National Parks of Bangladesh, the Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis) is a fascinating little primate with enormous brown eyes, a round flat head, small ears, ...

  • Explore Kaptai National Park

    Incorporating the largest manmade lake in the country, Kaptai National Park (KNP) was established in 1999 in the Rangamati Hill District of the Chittagong Division of Bangladesh. Covering ...

  • Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka

    Dhaka's Shahjalal International Airport is the first point of contact with Bangladesh for many visitors to the country. As the largest airport in Bangladesh, Shahjalal International ...

  • Bangladeshi Crafts: Nakshi Kantha

    Known alternatively as kheta, kentha or sujni, nakshi kantha is an embroidered quilt made from offcuts of cloth and discarded clothing items, such as saris and dhotis. The craft of nakshi ...

  • Savar Upazila – Home to Jatiyo Smriti Soudho

    Located northwest of Dhaka city in the Dhaka Division of Bangladesh, Savar Upazila's most famous attraction is undoubtedly the National Monument, Jatiyo Smriti Soudho, dedicated to the ...

  • The Fascinating Reptiles of Bangladesh – Part Two

    A previous article on the reptiles of Bangladesh examined the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus), the Burmese python (Python molurus bivittatus) and the Tokay gecko (Gekko gecko). This ...

  • The Versatility of Bangladeshi Jute Crafts

    Bangladesh is one of the world's top producers of jute, a type of fiber derived from plants in the Corchorus genus. Jute is amazingly versatile and is relatively affordable, as it has a ...

  • Visit Dhaka’s Largest Shopping & Entertainment Mall

    Promoted as the largest shopping and entertainment complex in South Asia, and the 12th largest shopping mall in the world, Jamuna Future Park is situated on 33 acres of land in the upmarket ...

  • Bengal Monitors

    Referred to locally as goshaap or guishaap, the Bengal monitor is a large lizard found throughout Bangladesh. Some folk tales have led to the belief that the bite of a Bengal monitor is ...