Tag: chittagong

  • Golden Temple

    A mere ninety two kilometers outside of Chittagong, is a picturesque part of Bangladesh that is referred to as the rooftop of the country. Over and above the fact that the hill town is home to two of the highest peaks in Bangladesh, namely Tajingdong and Keokeradong, it is one of the most breathtaking parts of the country. Winding roads through dense green forests, rolling hills of lush ...

  • Ethnological Museum

    One of the most cultural enriching attractions in the city of Chittagong is the Ethnological Museum. It is a museum that preserves the past, but also grows and develops in line with the growth and development of the country, and is therefore documenting the present for future generations to look back and reflect on. The Ethnological Museum is one of the most specialized museums in Bangladesh ...

  • Barisal Division

    Located in south-central Bangladesh, Barisal Division is one of the six divisions of the country, the other five being Chittagong Division, Dhaka Division, Khulna Division, Sylhet Division and Rajshahi Division. Barisal Division is divided into six districts (zillas), namely Barisal, Barguna, Bhola, Jhalokati, Pirojpur and Patuakhali, each with their own unique places of interest for ...

  • Shahi Jama-e-Masjid

    If you are planning a trip to Bangladesh soon, no doubt you have a few must-see items on your list. Your travels will likely take you to the delightful city of Chittagong where you will be surrounded by many different sights and sounds. This is the home of the Shahi Jama-e-Masjid Mosque.

  • Kaptai National Park

    If you’re looking for a great getaway spot in Bangladesh, look no further than the Kaptai National Park. This great natural area combines nature with an interesting cultural legacy in such a way that you will never find anything quite like it anywhere else.

  • Chittagong

    Situated in the south-eastern portion of the country near Myanmar (Burma), you will find Chittagong. Chittagong is the second largest city in Bangladesh and also serves as the country's major sea-port. Built on the banks of the Karnaphuli River in the Bay of Bengal, Chittagong is one of the country's cleanest cities. It has a reputation for mystique and beauty and when you visit, you'll ...

  • Airport guide

    There are not as many airports in Bangladesh as there are in many other countries but the country still has a reasonable number of landing spots. The majority of the country’s airports have some form of published instrument approach procedure but only two of the country’s airports have a structured customs system. There is only one military airport in Bangladesh – The Teigaon airport in ...

  • Cox

    If miles upon miles of golden sand, beautiful surf and colorful pagodas are what you are looking for in your trip to Bangladesh, look no further than Cox's Bazar. Cox's Bazar has the world's longest beach – roughly 120 kilometers of sand sloping gently to the blue waters of the Bay of Bengal. When the beach stops, the entertainment starts.