Bangladesh is like a painter's dream come true with a rich tapestry of colors and surface. The traditional accent of the tourist trade has always been on the material facilities offered by a country rather than on its actual charms. Bangladesh offers many tourist attractions, including archaeological sites, historical mosques and monuments, longest natural beach in the world, picturesque landscape, hill forests and wildlife, rolling tea gardens and tribes.
Bangladesh is now usually recognized to be one of the countries most exposed to climate change. Natural hazards that come from increased rainfall, rising sea levels, and steamy cyclones are expected to increase as climate changes, each seriously affecting agriculture, water and food security, human health and shelter.
Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. The city has traditionally involved large number of migrant workers. Hawkers, peddlers, small shops, rickshaws transport, roadside vendors and stalls employ a large division of the population.
No trip to Bangladesh is complete without first visiting Dhaka. It is a city that is rich in history and culture and it is known internationally as 'the City of Mosques and Muslin'. The city has a strong Muslim influence that is reflected in the roughly mosques and historical buildings that give the city its character.
Chittagong, the second largest city of Bangladesh and a busy international seaport, is an ideal vacation spot. Today, Chittagong is one of the fastest growing cities in the world. A major commercial and industrial centre, the city also has a globally competitive special economic zone. With the Port of Chittagong being expanded and developed, regional neighbour of Bangladesh have eyed Chittagong as a future regional travel hub.
Its green hills and forests, its broad sandy beaches and its fine cool climate always attract the holiday-markers.
Inside Chittagong City: The longest sea-beach, Cox's Bazar and its adjoing areas have a lot of things to see and places deserve visit by the tourists Like War Cemetery , Zia memorial Museum , Ethnological Museum, Court Building Museum , Shrine's, Fays Lake, D.C. Hill, Patenga & Fouzdarhat, Port Area, etc..
Sylhet , is a major city in north-eastern Bangladesh. It is the capital of Sylhet Division and Sylhet District, and was granted urban city status in March 2009. The Sylhet valley is formed by a beautiful, winding pair of rivers named the Surma and the Kushiara both of which are fed by immeasurable hill streams from the north and the south.
Sylheti is unique among Bangladeshi languages in having its first printing font designed, and its subsequent printing and publishing industry developed. Sylhet is also known for its cane products, matches and vegetable oil. Oranges grown in the Chattak area of Sylhet are amongst the worlds’ best.
I am Davies Richard a Travel Journalist by profession. I love visiting around the world. In my last trip I visited Bangladesh, the Historical Country. I booked Bangladesh holidays through BimanAir.co.uk. If you are planning to Visit Bangladesh then I would recommend you to book trip with BimanAir.
Wonderful Attractions of Bangladesh