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  • Places of Interest

    Shaheed Minar

    Located near the Dhaka Medical College in Dhaka, Bangladesh, the national monument known as Shaheed Minar, was established in memory of those who were killed during the 1952 Bengali Language Movement demonstrations. Set upon a fourteen foot high stage, the Shaheed Minar National Monument is constructed from columns of pure marble stone, with stairs and railings painted white and the fences ...

  • Places of Interest

    Lalbagh Fort

    Located on the banks of the Buriganga River on the outskirts of Dhaka, Lalbagh Fort offers a fascinating glimpse into the history of Bangladesh. This magnificent, but unfinished, 17th century Mughal palace fortress consists of a series of structures surrounded by lush lawns and cultivated gardens, complete with a large collection of statues.

  • Places of Interest

    Dhakeshwari Temple

    Situated in Dhaka, Bangladesh, the state-owned Dhakeshwari National Temple is a great tourist attraction. The name Dhakeshwari alludes to the temple’s dedication to the Goddess of Dhaka and visitors should take care to show respect for the religious beliefs of those who frequent this large and ancient temple.

  • Regions

    Bangladesh is a diverse country, ranging from the low lands of the Ganges Delta to the heights of the Chittagong Hill Tracts. The country boasts a number of delightful destinations including cities, national parks, beaches, and rural villages. Each destination has its own appeal and thus it’s a good idea to find out more about them in order to decide where your journey in Bangladesh will ...

  • National Parks

    Bhawal National Park

    Located in Gazipur in the Dhaka Division of Bangladesh, the Bhawal National Park is truly a natural treasure. The park was established in 1974 with the main goal of protecting the park’s most important habitants. It was also designed to provide recreational opportunities for the people of Bangladesh.

  • Business

    Shopping

    Bangladesh is truly a shopper's paradise, with a wide variety of handicrafts, jewelry and materials at bargain prices. Silks, coconut masks, bamboo products, handloom fabrics, woodworks, cane and conch shell products, gold and silver ornaments, cotton, printed saris, and folk dolls are very popular. But in addition to these popular goods, Bangladesh is most famous for its pink pearls.

  • Events

    When you visit this amazing country you will likely find that even daily life in Bangladesh is filled with various traditions and festivals which reflect the countries unique culture. Some of the celebrations are nearly as old as the country itself while others are fairly recent. You will find that many customs, such as those involved with giving birth and naming a child as well as those ...

  • Attractions

    Health Spas

    If you are like most vacationers, your holiday is not only a time to see new things, but a great opportunity to relax and get rid of all the stress you are currently suffering from. Most people are aware that stress leads to the build-up of toxins in their body and this can make us sick. The best way to de-stress is to relax and spend a day or two at a great health spa where the treatments ...

  • Regions

    Cities

    Most people have a somewhat disparaging image of Bangladesh in their minds – a country that has been devastated by cyclones and floods or one which has been ravaged by poverty and suffers from a lack of development. While it may be true that some of these factors have made news headlines in the past, the truth is that Bangladesh simply cannot be so easily stereotyped.

  • Travel

    Hotels

    If you’re planning a trip to Bangladesh soon, you will likely already know just how many great hotels there are in the country. In Dhaka, for instance, you will find a number of hotels which offer five-star accommodation and are part of a global hotel chain. Smaller cities may not offer quite such luxuriant accommodation, but they certainly have more heart! Whoever you are, you should be ...