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Rich in color with friendly, passionate people and a beautifully lush countryside is how most people who visit Bangladesh describe it. The traditional music of Bangladesh is very much the same as that of India and tribal dances are very popular among the villages and definitely amongst the tourists. Bangladesh is a stunning land of flaming sunsets, abundant wildlife, historically significant sights and a unique and varied culture. Bangladesh does not have a lot of conventional tourist 'sights'. The fascination of the country lies more in observing life going on around you. It is being amongst the people, touching in a small way their everyday lives that is the greatest attraction for most travelers.


Visit archaeological sites dating back over 2000 years; check out the longest beach and the largest littoral mangrove forest in the world.


Capital: Dhaka

Climate: Beautiful warm humid days and cool winters.

Currency: Taka

Languages: Bangla and English

Power: 220 V, 50 Hz

Time Zone: UTC+6


Have you ever wondered what a real Maharajahs mansion looked like? Visit the 19th century mansions that have been left to decay, and let your imagination soar.

Best Beaches in Bangladesh

If you want white sand, hot sun and lapping waves come along to Kuakata. It is a great spot on the tip of Bangladesh. Somewhat out of place for the area but incredibly in tune with its surroundings. Also in the very south of Bangladesh, you'll find the world's longest and widest beach, Inani Beach.

Chittagong: Skyscraper City

In Chittagong you will come across the national assembly building, Central Shaheed Minar, Curzon Hall, Ahsan Manzil, Darbar Hall, and South Gate of Lalbagh Fort in Dhaka, National Martyrs' Memorial in Savar, St Nicolas Church in Gazipur, Kantaji Temple in Dinajpur, Buddhist Temple in Paharpur, Chhota Kutir and Bara Kutir in Rajshahi and Shat Gambuj Mosque in Khulna. A fantastic place to visit and will keep you busy visiting the many archaeological sites.


Who hasnt wanted to have a ride in a Rickshaws, really, well in Dhaka they are one of the most famous and popular sights in Dhaka. And its up to you, if you want to stay a few days or a few weeks, you will do it, you cant not they are painted in fantastic bright colors to tempt you and to make them stick out of the crowd, there everywhere! Dhaka is a very busy place and this really is the best mode of getting around.

Shat Gambuj Mosque

Completed in the year 1459, the mosque boasts over 77 domes, including seven chauchala or four-sided pitched Bengali domes in the middle row. The impressive prayer hall, creates a dark and somber appearance that is just the thing for meditation.




Hotels are priced brilliantly and there are accommodations to suit all, at places like the Hilton, or Mecure.


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