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Officially the People's Republic of Bangladesh, Bangladesh is a country in South Asia. The country is bordered by Myanmar and India. Dhaka is the capital of the country and Chittagong is its largest port. It is a beautiful country marked by several waterways and lush vegetation. The Meghna, Ganga, and Jamuna rivers create fertile plain in the country and traveling by boat is common in these rivers. Located on the southern coast, Sundarbans is an enormous mangrove forest that Bangladesh shares with the Eastern India. This park is home to the royal Bengal tigers. Moreover, there are several other tourist attractions in the country, including bazaars, museums, parks, and more.
Popular Destinations in Bangladesh


Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh. The city is located beside the Buriganga River. It is political, commercial, and cultural hub of the country. Dhaka is the 17th-century old city and was the Mughal capital of Bengal. Many palaces and mosques belonging to the Mughal era are still here. The old city of Dhaka boasts 17th-century Lalbagh Fort that features a museum of paintings, decorative arts, and weapons. History buffs must visit the National Museum to learn about Bangladesh’s religious, political, and natural history, and should also take out time to explore graphic displays at the Liberation War Museum displaying the horrors of the 1971 War of Independence.


Chittagong is a port city located on the south-eastern coast of the country. There are numbers of museums in the city making it an apt place to visit for history buffs. The Ethnological Museum features exhibits on several ethnic tribes living all across the country. Located inside the former Old Circuit House, Zia Memorial Museum puts on display items belonging to former president Ziaur Rahman, assassinated on the site in 1981. Architecturally beautiful Chandanpura Mosque boasts many brightly painted minarets and onion-shaped domes. Located at the northeast of the centre, Chittagong War Cemetery includes hundreds of graves of Commonwealth and Japanese soldiers martyred during the Second World War. Chittagong is enclosed by many hills, including Batali Hill offering sweeping views from its peak. Located close to the Batali Hill is Foy’s Lake, featuring rowboats and a small zoo and an amusement park.


Sylhet is located in eastern Bangladesh. Perched on the bank of Surma River, Sylhet is famous for its Sufi shrines. Most popular among these shrines is the ornate tomb and mosque of 14th-century saint Hazrat Shah Jalal. This mosque is now a major pilgrimage site near Dargah Gate. In addition, the city is also home to several museums. The Museum of Rajas boasts belongings of the local folk poet Hasan Raja. The Osmani Museum feature several exhibits related to General Osmani, who was the commander-in-chief during the Liberation War. Wildlife lovers can head to Khadimnagar National Park, located farther northeast of the city. It is a forested area featuring trees like mahogany and teak, and several walking trails. In the north of the park is Ratargul Swamp Forest that can be explored by boat during the monsoon season. Located in the south of the city, Lawachara National Park boasts trekking routes and wildlife such as leopards and gibbons.

Best Time to Visit Bangladesh
Weather-wise, the winter months between November and February are the best months to take Bangladesh flights. During these months, the weather remains pleasantly cold and ideal for sightseeing. It is also the peak tourism season in the country. It is advisable to book tickets in advance to get cheap flights to Bangladesh as airfares tend to rise during peak season.
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