Best Things To Do in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is not usually a tourist destination. A recent slogan for Bangladesh’s tourism industry: “Visit Bangladesh before tourists come.” Even then there was no gathering of tourists. You can call a country for the traveler. Tourists are now discovering many uncommon places to relax and to explore in addition to the largest and most popular tourist spots in Bangladesh, there are some new spots discovered that have become very popular in recent times. Bangladesh is a land of experience, over time, the Bengali-speaking people have developed in Bangladesh through different colors of people and different culture groups. Most of the people in this country are very diverse, most of them are hospitable still but not a day goes by without a tea party at someone’s house. Travel anywhere in this fascinating country and you will feel like a celebrity. A group of people will follow you every day and if you stop and try to ask someone a question, you will literally be surrounded in 60 seconds. It’s a crazy feeling. But it comes from an interest in foreigners and also have much curiosity about foreigners and a desire to help. Interested in adding Bangladesh to your travel bucket list of undiscovered gems? If so, beautiful places in Bangladesh we mentioned will help you plan an itinerary full of ancient history, vibrant culture and raw beauty.
Life can bring us closer to the mysteries of nature and it has deep meant in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is located on the shores of the Bay of Bengal in the southern part of Asia. Due to the huge number of waterways, this beautiful country is affectionately called ‘Land of the Rivers’, unique in beauty. Its captivating beauty, festive and colorful life of the nation will only blow you away. Below we are sharing the things to do in Bangladesh while you are planning for Bangladesh tour in your tour list.
This most magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site is an ideal place to see the best wildlife and the beautiful big cats orange black striped the Royal Bengal Tigers are hugely popular. In addition, this Sundarbans reserve forest consisting of 200 islands beside Bangladesh and has a wildlife museum and some Watch Towers. You can find some wildlife sanctuaries in Kotka and the Sundarbans Islands in Hiron point which adds a lot to your Sundarbans wildlife trek. Measuring about 6,017 sq km. Sixty percent of the area falls in Bangladesh and forty percent in Indian territory in West Bengal, they extend over 4,260 sq km. Maximum most of the visiting spot you need a cursing boat to visit one place to another spot. Its location between Bangladesh and India at the mouth of Ganges and Bay of Bengal. It extends from the Hooghly River in the Indian state of West Bengal to the Baleshwar River in the Khulna Division of Bangladesh. Sundarbans is richest mangrove forest in the world (78 species of Mangrove).
Sundarbans is popular for its exotic wildlife species and faunal species. Popular flora of Sundarbans are Hargoja, Jat Baine, Son Champa,Kankra, Sundari, Tora, Khalsi, Hoya, Goria, Hental and Genwa etc. Popular Fauna of Sundarbans are Royal Bengal Tiger, Fishing Cat, Spotted deer, Wild Boar, Fidler Crab, Crocodile, Reptile, Sea Turtle and Water Monitor Lizard etc. Popular Avifuana of Sundarbans are 170 species of native brown-winged kingfishers, marsh harriers, jungle crows, green pigeons, wood pigeons, wood sandpipers, woodpeckers, little stints, common snipes and golden plovers etc.
The most popular places to visit in Sundarbans are:
Kotka Beach: Katka Beach is located in the southeast corner of the Sundarbans. Kotka Beach Sundarbans is one of the most scenic and beautiful spots in the Sundarbans.
Karamjal Sundarbans: Karamjal is the most popular place in the Sundarbans among tourists from Bangladesh and other countries. Karamjal Ecological Park to see the most endangered species of wildlife in Bangladesh.
Dublar Char Island: The whole Dublar Char is incredible, Dublo Char where most Hindu devotees come once a year to attend Ras Mela. Every year thousands of Hindus come to the Rashmela to pray for them. With them, many Japanese, Christian and Muslim enthusiasts come and enjoy themselves. The festival has now become universal and people from all communities come and join.
Hiron Point: Nilkomal or Hiron Point is the main tourist point from where adventurers can see tigers, deer, monkeys, crocodiles, lots of birds. It is basically a protected sanctuary for wildlife. Kachikhali or Tiger point Sundarbans: The beautiful wildlife sanctuary of Kachikhali is located in an incredible combination of beautiful intact forest and raw nature.
Mandarbaria Sundarbans: Mandarbaria beach is about 8 km long and is one of the most beautiful places in the whole Mandarbaria Sundarbans area. It is located near Haribhanga river in Satkhira district.
Sundarbans Reserve Forest: Walking on wildlife safaris in protected forest is possible and permitted.
Tin Kona Island: Tin Kona Island is obviously very famous for tigers and deer. The island has three corners. If you want to go to Tin Kona, launch or boat travel system. This beautiful triangle island is one of the Sundarbans of Bangladesh.
Dimer Char: Dimer Char is a tidal flat in Khulna Division. Dimer Char is located east of Badamtala. This char is an incredibly beautiful place in the Sundarbans
Jamtola Beach: Jamtala Beach Sundarbans is another great tourist spot where tourists can enjoy sunset and sunrise. Harbaria Sundarbans Bangladesh: On the way to Harbaria, Sundarbans travelers can enjoy the scenery from the boat. The attraction of this area is; A fascinating view with observation tower, Harbaria eco-tourism center, long wooden footpath in the forest, tiger footprint, golpata hut. Here we are mentioned the places to go in the Sundarbans to get a good experience in a few days. Tourism in Bangladesh mainly depends on the Sundarbans, where half a million foreign visitors visit. The Sundarbans tourist spots in Bangladesh are as follows: Sundarbans is number one of the attractions of Bangladesh which is the best of Bangladesh for travelers.
This most magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site is an ideal place to see the best wildlife and the beautiful big cats orange black striped the Royal Bengal Tigers are hugely popular. In addition, this Sundarbans reserve forest consisting of 200 islands beside Bangladesh and has a wildlife museum and some Watch Towers. You can find some wildlife sanctuaries in Kotka and the Sundarbans Islands in Hiron point which adds a lot to your Sundarbans wildlife trek. Measuring about 6,017 sq km. Sixty percent of the area falls in Bangladesh and forty percent in Indian territory in West Bengal, they extend over 4,260 sq km. Maximum most of the visiting spot you need a cursing boat to visit one place to another spot. Its location between Bangladesh and India at the mouth of Ganges and Bay of Bengal.
It extends from the Hooghly River in the Indian state of West Bengal to the Baleshwar River in the Khulna Division of Bangladesh. Sundarbans is richest mangrove forest in the world (78 species of Mangrove). Sundarbans is popular for its exotic wildlife species and faunal species. Popular flora of Sundarbans are Hargoja, Jat Baine, Son Champa,Kankra, Sundari, Tora, Khalsi, Hoya, Goria, Hental and Genwa etc. Popular Fauna of Sundarbans are Royal Bengal Tiger, Fishing Cat, Spotted deer, Wild Boar, Fidler Crab, Crocodile, Reptile, Sea Turtle and Water Monitor Lizard etc. Popular Avifuana of Sundarbans are 170 species of native brown-winged kingfishers, marsh harriers, jungle crows, green pigeons, wood pigeons, wood sandpipers, woodpeckers, little stints, common snipes and golden plovers etc.
Sundarbans Bangladesh has hundreds travel agencies and Sundarbans tour operator. Sundarbans has also been listed among the finalists of New 7 Wonders of Nature what is famous in Bangladesh. The Sundarbans tour packages usually takes 3/4 days to complete. In the mangrove forests of the Sundarbans, the presence of the Royal Bengal Tiger, estuary crocodile, various species of dolphins, reptiles and a certain number of birds and endangered species has attracted a lot of attention to the Sundarbans of Bangladesh.
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Rocket Paddle Steamer
Rocket is an ethnic name given to the paddle steamer in Bengal during the British colonial period because its speed is comparable to that of a human boat. Still have several rocket paddle steamers names as Ostrich, Ghazi, Lepcha, Tern. Bangladesh paddle Rocket steamer is one of the things to do whenever you are in Bangladesh. You will be exactly where you want to be a greatest opportunity to discover the riverine Bangladesh by Rocket steamer trip Bangladesh, which recommended by lonely planet, Bradt and many other popular travel guides.
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Dhaka Sightseeing or Dhaka City tour
If you are on a short trip in Dhaka and want to explore the people, culture and heritage then there is no better way than a daylong trip to old Dhaka. Dhaka is more than 400 hundred years old city. Dhaka has many significant tourist spots to visit. You can visit the historical sites of Dhaka. Lonely Planet has chosen Lalbagh fort the best travel destination for 2019.Then explore the old city of Dhaka, rickshaw ride which is one of the best of Bangladesh, Visit to Dhakeswari Temple, Sadarghat Water front, Armenian church, Curzon Hall (Dhaka University)Dhaka is great place with various spot for photography then visit the National Parliament building, taste the Bengali dishes food, explore the daily bazar as morning vegetable market, flower market, these are the mostly things you can do in Bangladesh at Dhaka Sightseeing or Dhaka city tour. Also visit Old Dhaka “Shakari Bazar “also known as Hindu Street in lonely planet with all the shots marked in the travel guide like Lonely Planet. We do, Micro Finance Tour, Pottery Metal craft village tour, River Cruise and archeology tour, Aim and Click tour which is surrounded besides Dhaka.
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Chittagong City & Chittagong hill tracts
In the south-eastern part which is Chittagong division. Chittagong is the second largest city and port city in Bangladesh. Chittagong city tour you can make daylong trip. You can visit Ship break yard, Ethnological Museum, Patenga beach, Foy’s Lake, Baized Bostami Shrine, fish harbor market, 2nd world war memorial cemetery, Mini Bangladesh. These are the popular tourist places can do in Chittagong city.
Chittagong have 3 hill tracts area, they are Bandarban, Rangamati and Khagrachari.
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Bandarban is one of the top tour destinations in Chittagong hill tracts in Bangladesh. Bandarban is a religious center of Theravada Buddhism which is practiced by tribal communities like Marma or Mug. Here is the largest Theravada Buddhist temple in Bangladesh and the second largest Buddha sculpture in the country.
Bandarban’s recommended places by Tours and Trips Bangladesh are Nilachol, NilGiri, Tajingdong hillpeak, Nafakhum waterfalls, Soilo Propat, Boga Lake etc. There are many places to visit but some beautiful places are restricted for Bengali and some places are not acceptable for foreigners.
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Rangamati is the administrative headquarters of the Rangamati Hill District in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. Rangamati is the most popular destination in the Chittagong Hill Tracts for Bangladeshi visitors who come to enjoy the natural splendor of Kaptai Lake, the largest artificial lake in the country, which was created in 1960 for hydropower. The name of the hanging bridge in Bengal is Jhulonto Setu and it is also popular with the visitors. This bridge is a landmark icon of Rangamati.
A Cascade between Kaptai National Park Karnafuli and Kaptai Mountains. Kaptai National Park has various wildlife such as deer, jungle cats, elephants, monkeys etc. Many species of birds can also be of interest to tourists and bird lovers. Kaptai National Park is a safe sanctuary for birds and other wild nature. Mostly these are the touristic places we recommend you in Bangladesh at Rangamati.
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Sompura Maha Vihara in Paharpur, Badalgachhi Upazila, Naogaon District, Bangladesh is one of the most famous Buddhist monasteries in the Indian subcontinent and is one of the most important archeological sites in the country. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985. It dates from the same period as nearby Halud Vihara and Sitakot Vihara in Nawabganj upazila of Dinajpur district. Mostly these magnificent archeology sites should visit in Bangladesh at Paharpur and its surroundings.
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Sreemangal is another tour destination in Bangladesh. Tours and Trips Bangladesh recommend the things in Bangladesh at Sreemangal are to visit Tea gardens and Tea plantation system, ethnic communities, Lawachara forest, Ham ham waterfalls, Madhabpur lake and the small Sreemangal city.
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Sylhet is another tourist attraction place which one of the best of Bangladesh tourist place.The recommended visiting places in Bangladesh at north-eastern part in Sylhet are Ratargul Swamp forest, Lalakhal lake, Jaflong, Lovachara, Bisnakandi, Bholagonj, Hajrat Sahajalal shrine,Tea gardens, Tangoar Haor and many more unexplored places to visit.
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The tourist attraction of Mahasthangarh is one of the attractions of any trip to Bangladesh. It is the oldest archeological site in the country that has been discovered. Mahasthangarh is the impressive archeology sites in Bangladesh. The name of the city was different at different times in the history which is known by the discovery of coins and Brahmi script of that time. The place was the site of the ancient kingdom of Pundravardhana. The history of the kingdom goes back to 1280 BC. It was one of the states comprising Eastern India. The name of the place is mentioned many times in the Mahabharata. Based on the ancient scriptures, a Basudev presided over the land. A limestone with half a dozen lines was discovered in Brahmi script. It was unveiled in 1931 and dates to 300 BC. From 300 BC to 200 BC, the area was part of the Mauryan Empire. Since then, many excavations have been done in the area.
During the excavations carried out in 1999 by the joint venture of Bangladesh and France, 31 punch marked coins were found near the protective wall on the east side of Pundravardhana. A total of 15 of these have been deciphered. The coins date from the 3rd to the 2nd century BC.
The site is divided into several sections with impressing archegonial areas. A fort strengthens the original space. Inside the fort, there is a monastery. Some of the specimens discovered here are sculpted sandstone pillars and temple ruins. These were done from the 4th to the 11th century.
In Khodarpathar Vita, stone carvings with Buddha have been discovered. Parashuram’s palace contains remnants of the occupation period of 800 – 1800 AD. One of the major tourist attractions of Mahasthangarh is the Mankali Dhap. The ruins of a 15-domed mosque were found there. Bronze Cow and bronze Ganesha and terracotta plaques have also been discovered in the area.
Another place to visit is Gokul Medh. It is known for its terraced podium with over a hundred blind cells. It dates to the 6th century. Khulnar Dhap where the ruins of another temple have been uncovered.
Govinda Vita where the ruins of 3rd to 15th century temples have been found. It is located opposite the museum and to the north-east of the fort.
A few more tourist attractions of Mahasthangarh are the steps of Narapatir Dhap of Totaram Panditer Dhap. Both are located in the village of Basu Bihar. It is six kms northwest of the fort.
This is one of the best archeology sites to visit in Bangladesh.
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60 Domes Mosque
Sixty Dome Mosque (commonly known as Shait Gumbuj Mosque or Saith Ganbad Mosque) is the largest historic mosque in Bangladesh and one of the most impressive Muslim architectural structures in the Indian subcontinent.
The historic mosque town of Bagerhat is important evidence of a medieval town in the southwestern part of the present Bagerhat district, located at the confluence of the Ganges and the Brahmaputra River in southwestern Bangladesh. The ancient city, formerly known as Khalfabad, was situated on the south bank of the old river Bhairab and developed in the 15th century. 60 domes mosque is in UNESCO Heritage site. You can also visit 9 Dome Mosque, Shrine of Khan Jahan Ali, Kodla Moth, Rono Bijoypur Mosque etc. These places are the best of Bagerhat in Bangladesh.
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Primitive sandy beach, more than 100 km long sandy natural beach, which is the world’s longest beach, coconut palm, amazing island, Bay of Bengal and tropical climate. Everything has made Cox’s Bazar one of the most attractive tourist attraction destinations in Southeast Asia. Cox’s Bazar is the most famous tourist destination in Bangladesh. People travel to the city from far and wide for a diverse mix of beaches, fun activities, nature and archeological sites.
Besides these you can visit the magnificent hilly island Moheskhali another different tourist attraction island is Sonadia Dwip, then Visit to Himachari Falls, this is a popular picnic spot because it is surrounded by beautiful scenery. Visit Dulahazra Safari Park, Dried Fish Market, Burmese Market, another specialty of Cox’s Bazar tour spot is the cave of Kana Raja.
Then visit Agmeda Khyang Monastery, which is one of the most tourist attractions in Cox’s Bazar and home to the largest Buddhist monastery in the country. Also, you can visit Radiant Fish World is considered to be the largest aquarium in Bangladesh. Then visit Inani beach, it is a leisure destination because tourists like to read books by the sea and play sand making here. Inani also has a lot of coral reefs. These coral reefs make this beach unique and one of its kind. Then another attraction is Cox’s Bazar Marine drive which is A futuristic road is considered to be the longest marine drive in the world built in Bangladesh. Tourists enjoy the beauty of Marine Drive by car or jeep or Chander Gari or a battery powered three-wheeler. Tours and Trips Bangladesh considered these wonderful places of Cox’s Bazar while you plan trip to Bangladesh.
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A visit to St. Martin’s Island is not only a trip to the destination, it is also a trip where sightseeing from the water is included. You will see many places that look completely different from the land. At the moment, ships are available directly from Cox’s Bazar. Apart from this ship, tourists can also go from Teknaf. So, one can enjoy the whole trip both ways. St. Martin offers amazing views of the Bay of Bengal. Exciting to snorkeling, fishing and swimming in the sea near St. Martin’s Beach. Staying overnight in St. Martin is another interesting thing about a trip to St. Martin. These fascinating places can do in Bangladesh while you are planning Saint Martin Island trip.
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Puthia theTemple City
Puthia Rajbari is an archeological attraction located in Puthia of Rajshahi Division. You can call it the city of temples. There are 14 other fascinating archeological sites like Baro Shiva Mandir, Chhoto Anik Mandir. Puthia has big Govinda temple, small Govinda temple, Jagadhatri temple, Kesh Khepar Math and others. Then visit to another archeological attraction Rani Bhabani Natore Rajbari, Uttara Gonovobon Natore these wonderful places can do in Puthia and Natore while you are in Bangladesh.
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Gaur (Gauda / Gaud)
The Medieval city of Bengal (1450-1565 AD). It is a ruined city on the Indo-Bangladesh border situated between the river Ganges and Mahananda in Shibgonj Upajila, Chapai Nawabganj district, Rajshahi. The medieval capital of Bengal Sultanate, the geographical boundaries of pre- medieval Gaur remain unclear, it was once the capital of the Bengal region and is known as the best place to find the historical treasures of Bengal. Bengali Nobel prize winner in Literature Rabindranath Tagore in his book Gaur Kotha (Story of Gaur) says, “At one time the whole Gaur was known as the land of Gaur or Gauradesh.
Even a few days ago, Bengali language was known as Gaudiya language – even now in many parts of India, Bengalis are known as Gaudiya. So, if anyone tries to write our history, must start with Gaur.” Gaur, also known as Gaur, Lakshmanavati, Lakhnauti and Jannatabad.Gauda served as the seat of many powerful dynasties over time – the Buddhist Pala kings from the 8th century, the Hindu Sen kings from the 12th century, finally fell into their hands. Sultanate of Delhi in 1204. It flourished during the Bengal Sultanate through prominent dynasties including Ilyas Shahi, Abyssinian and Husain Shahi kings. Gaur fell into ruins from the middle of the 16th century for various reasons, most notably the invasion of Bengal by Sher Shah Suri in 1539 AD.
Henry Creighton, a native of Scotland, was employed as a laborer in a blue factory near Maldar in 1786, when he came across the ruins of Gaur. He made several trips to this place from 1786 to his death in 1807, with very fine drawings and notes on the ruins. These were posthumously compiled and published in 1817. The Sultans built a fort, many mosques, a palace, canals, bridges and roads besides the river. Among all these ruins we see the Darsbari Mosque of the Sultanate period then Chota Sona Masjid (Little Golden Mosque). The mosque is one of the best – Sultana Memorials protected by the Department of Archeology and Museums of the Government of Bangladesh. Khania Dighi Mosque, it is also known locally as Chamchika Mosque and Rajbibi Mosque. The mosque is believed to have been built by Rajbibi in 1460 AD. Then another archeological place is Dhania Chalk Mosque.
The Mughal Mosque is part of the Tahkhana Complex, which consists of a large residential enclave, the tomb of a saint, Shah Niyamtullah Wali, and some ruined service quarters. The complex is located on the west bank of a large tank, about half a kilometer northwest of the small Sona Mosque. The building is not carved, but it is traditionally confirmed that the entire Tahkhana complex was built by Subahdar Shah Shuja (1639-1660 AD) whose court was in India Raajmahal, in honor of the Saint Shah Niyamtullah Wali. Niyamtullah Wali was buried at the Mughal tomb structures in Bangladesh. Recently, the entire area of Tahkhana complex and the mosque have been extensively renovated by the Bangladesh Department of Archeology. The current site of the ruins must be included in your list of archeological sites while you think to visit in Bangladesh.
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Barisal Back Water
If you want to understand Bangladesh, you have to understand the nature of its villages and river canals. 80% of the people live in rural areas and their livelihood and transportation depend on these canals and rivers. Barisal is a place like this, where there is not much in common with the life of the city. Where a foreigner is seen, the whole village looks at him with unblinking eyes. And when he goes eye to eye, he gives a sweet smile. Their livelihood is mainly dependent on agriculture. They bring rice, wood, fruits, vegetables, beauty products by boat from different places for sale. Their sale depends on the river and canals.
You will find the true view of Bangladesh there which is a very captivating view and environment. Barisal back water is one of the tourist places which should include to your itinerary while you are in Bangladesh.
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Sonargaon is one of the best tourist destinations for a day trip in a package full of Bengali culture, countryside, archeology and adventure. Being the capital of East Bengal for a long time, this place is very popular in the history of Bengal. However, in the 17th century, due to the decision of the then Muslim rulers, Dhaka became the capital. Visit the magnificent Sonargaon Folk Art Museum.
Panamnagar, Sonargaon is the most interesting and most visited tourist spot. Panam Nagar was one of the major townships of Sonargaon, the historical, administrative, commercial and maritime center of East Bengal. Influenced by many trading companies in Europe, the architecture of Panam Nagar exhibits Mughal and western styles. It was the center of muslin and later blue (blue) business. Walking through the streets and abandoned buildings of this city, stories and forgotten feelings of life haunt the mind.
Goaldi Mosque: There is a lot of archeological evidence in Sonargaon which helps scholars in reconstructing the medieval history of the Sonargaon area of Bangladesh. Goaldi Mosque, one of the medieval monuments of Sonargaon town. Built in 1519, the picturesque, single-domed Goldi Mosque is one of the most impressive of the few existing monuments in the old capital city and a good example of pre-Mughal architecture. This mosque is one of the few remnants of the Sultanate period in Sonargaon during the reign of Sultan Hussain Shah in 925 AH (1519 AD). It was built by Mollah Hijabar Akbar Khan in the early 16th century during the reign of Alauddin Hussain Shah at Goaldi, half a mile northeast of Panam village in Sonargaon. These are the things mostly you can do in Bangladesh while you visit in Sonargaon.
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Home Stay in Bangladesh
The cities of Bangladesh may be busy, crowded and jammed with activities, but the spirit of Bangladesh is in its villages and along its rivers. The villages marvel at their calm, their order, and their relative peace. Of course, there is activity – in the field, at home, in bazar, in school, in the mosque and in the temple, but in the Bangladeshi city there is a different pace than what you will find.
Although Homestay has been operating in the village for years and has built relationships with the community. The goal of the tour program is to provide exchange opportunities between travelers and community members as well as to promote the economic benefits of rural tourism development. Spending time with a family in a Bangladeshi village – living a rural life for a few days, meeting people, observing, asking questions and learning – is one of the best first-hand tools to understand this country.
Staying at Homestay gives a rich and immersive experience. Life is an informal environment and it provides an opportunity to interact with hosts and co-travelers, experience local culture and traditions, and taste Bangladeshi food prepared by locals. Homestay owners host their space in a variety of ways that make each homestay experience unique and full of exploration. This will be a wonderful experience and things to do in Bangladesh while you are in this country
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Bangladesh is almost an undiscovered destination to the rest of the world. Bangladesh is mostly a traveler country. Don’t be a tourist come Bangladesh as a traveler. Bangladesh has many hidden gems. Explore Bangladesh as a local. Hospitality people, golden past and tradition, mouthwatering Bengali food, adventurous hill country, lifestyle, quiet and secluded villages, green landscapes, amazing backwaters, rich culture of our ethnic group, longest sandy beaches and many species of wildlife tourists will surely be amazed. Now adays most destination of this country has superb five-star resorts and attractions, unique culture, cuisine, landscape and heritage. You will discover cities and towns untouched by mass tourism, where you will be warmly welcomed.
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