Museums in Bangladesh
With an eternal flame burning at its entrance, the Liberation War Museum is dedicated to the memory of the sacrifices made by soldiers and civilians during the Bangladesh Liberation War which took place from 26 March to 16 December 1971. Located in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, the museum opened its doors to the public on 22 March 1996 inviting visitors to view the extensive ...
Places of Interest
The archaeological site of Wari-Bateshwar in the north-eastern part of Bangladesh, has uncovered the remains of a city that is believed to date back to 450 BC. The ancient city was discovered near the Wari and Bateshwar villages, around 75 kilometers from Dhaka in the Narshingdi district of Bangladesh, and is considered to be of great archaeological significance.
While Bangladesh may not be heavily developed in terms of hotels, shops and conveniences, it still has lots to offer. Most of the attractions here have to do with the incredible natural beauty of the country and its ancient history and culture.
With skyscrapers towering above the surrounding hills and houses, Dhaka is the both the capital and largest city of Bangladesh. Geographically speaking, it is located in the center of the country and is served by the port of Narayanganj. It is a city that is rich in history and culture and it is known internationally as 'the City of Mosques and Muslin'. No trip to Bangladesh is complete ...