Bangladesh Travel Guide
The People’s Republic of Bangladesh is located in South Asia and bordered by countries such as Myanmar, India and the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh was founded in 1971 after the separation of East Pakistan from West Pakistan. About 700 rivers flow through Bangladesh and has earned it the nicknamed ‘The Land of Rivers’. Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh and the largest city.
Other major places in Bangladesh are Chittagong, Bogra, Natayanganj and Sylhet. Though a small country, the hospitality of the Bengals and the lush vegetation abound will have you enchanted. The ideal time to go Bangladesh is between September to March, during the cool season.
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Points of Interest in Bangladesh
From the beautiful culture and friendly people to the landmarks, Bangladesh offers tourists much fun and great sights. The spectacular Sixty Dome Mosque is one of the unique landmarks to be seen in Bagerhat, Bangladesh.
The mosque is arguably the most impressive monument in the subcontinent and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are other notable mosques such as Star Mosque and Kakrail Mosque. Tourists can sight-see the unique architectures of Lalbagh Fort, Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban, Jatiyo Sriti Shoudho and Ahsan Manzil. Other attraction points to visit are Liberation War Museum, Ramna Park, Cox Bazar, Bangladesh National Museum and Tajhat Palace.
Public buses operated by the government and Bangladesh Railways are some of the transportation options. It is possible to use a boat service to connect between Dhaka and Khulna. The local bus services are usually cheap but generally crowded.
Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (DAC) in Dhaka is the largest airport in Bangladesh. Shah Amanat International Airport (SAIA), Chittagong is the second largest airport of the country.