A country that is a diverse and intriguing mix of culture, tradition and unforgettable beauty is an apt description of Bangladesh. Decorating the landscape and diverting attention away from the concrete jungles and bustling cities, visitors will find a world of sparkling rivers, breathtaking mountains and spectacular adventures waiting around every corner. Located in South Asia, Bangladesh ...
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 ...
Most people enjoy getting out in the sun and fresh air. Outdoor activities in Bangladesh afford you the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors whilst having a fun time. With vast natural areas, rivers, beaches, the sea and numerous outdoor attractions, Bangladesh has something to offer everyone.
Tourist attractions in Bangladesh abound. Throughout the country there are many fascinating things to see and exciting things to do. Arriving in Dhaka, your adventure can begin straight away. Pay a visit to the Old City where you will also be astounded by the bustling river life of Buriganga and the bright pink palace of Ahsan Manzil.The top attraction in Bangladesh's Dhaka is Lalbagh Fort.
If you have come this far, you are probably already planning your vacation to Bangladesh – at least in your mind if not on paper. You will already know that this beautiful country has many secrets just waiting to be discovered by the western world. You may also know that the weather controls the country and that the monsoon season brings more than just a lot of rain. So what is it then that ...
Bogra is not your typical tourist spot, though it does still make for an interesting visit. Nowadays it is mostly seen as an up and coming industrial zone, but it hasn’t always been so. Bogra civilization can be traced back to 300 BC as it is depicted in the Mahasthan Garh. Because it is so old, Bogra has a few historically interesting sites that are worth visiting.