Bangladesh Tourist spots

Bangladesh is a South Asian developing country with all the natural beauty in the world. Right after getting off from the plane and stepping into streets of the capital you are most likely to get stuck in a never-ending traffic jam and think all of Bangladesh’s 160 million people live here in Dhaka. But in reality, apart from Dhaka, there isn’t much or any traffic jam in the rest of the country.

The best time to visit Bangladesh is in the winter season when it is dry and cold. The hotel prices are moderate. The cities that attract most of the tourists like Cox Bazar, Bandarban, Rangamati etc has high standard hotels and resorts. The transportation and roads and highways are not up to the mark everywhere, but in some places, they are very good. People are very helpful and eagerly help tourists. As it is Muslim country women are expected to dress in a decent way, mainly outside of the capital city.

The economy of the country is growing and technological advancement is also visible. You should find high free wifi service in almost every hotel. The currency is called Taka and 1 USD equivalents 77 Taka.

Visa Information:

The registration is essential for all foreigners having visas for a period exceeding 90 days except the exempted categories. Registration should be done within 7 days of arrival, every foreigner entering Bangladesh shall present in person to the appropriate Registration Officer and report in form B (hereinafter referred to as a registration report) of his arrival in Bangladesh.

One may wish not to register if S/he departs within 7 days of arrival. However, on the basis of the principle of reciprocal, the citizens of India and Pakistan have different pre-requisites for registration.

Electronic visa application form of Bangladesh

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Cities of Bangladesh

Bagerhat

Previously known as Khalifatabad, Bagerhat is the most religiously significant region in Bangladesh

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Bandarban

Ever wanted to stand on a foggy hilltop, inhale deep with profound satisfaction and savor each and every molecule of air that enters through your nostrils.

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Barguna

Barguna is one of those locations in Bangladesh that entertains the travelers with its soothing beauty and also a place with great historical appeal

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Barisal

Known as the ‘Venice of the East’ Barisal is one of the most historically and culturally enriched districts in Bangladesh

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Bhola

Bhola is a coastal city of Bangladesh and posses all the attributes of being the largest island mass of the country

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Bogra

Bogra was capital of the ancient kingdom of Pundrabardhana. Hence it is also one of the most significant archeological locations in the country

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Chapai Nawabganj

Mainly famous all throughout Bangladesh due to its superb mango production, Chapai Nawabganj is also a traditionally favored tourist spot.

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Chittagong

The port city of Chittagong is the second largest city of Bangladesh located on the bank of Karnafuli River.

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Chuadanga

Chuadnaga district is one of the more known districts in Bangladesh with strong political history.

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Comilla

Comilla district is known to be one of the earliest developed districts of Bangladesh

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Cox’s bazar

Cox’s bazar has world longest natural beach of 125 Km. it is the most attractive and most visited tourist spot.

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Dhaka

If Paris was a pack of Lays then the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka, would surely be a pack of Pringles with no room no air.

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Dinajpur

One of the largest districts in northern Bangladesh, Dinajpur is a site of living history. The district chartered a historic path of political, religious and social transformation and ...

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Faridpur

Faridpur is most famous for hosting the tomb of famous Bangladeshi poet Jasimuddin

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Feni

Feni is the second wealthiest district in Bangladesh after Dhaka

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Gaibandha

One of the icons of the district is the mighty Brahmaputra River which is the eight largest rivers around Bangladesh.

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Gazipur

Only 30 KM away from the hectic capital located this green peaceful city which would fill your mind with the calmness that you constantly seek.

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Gopalganj

Best known for the birth and resting place of the father of nation Bangabondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

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Habigabj

Habigabj could be the perfect place for getting rid of all those stress mounting up inside of you

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Jamalpur

On the west bank of old Brahmaputra River is located the city of Jamalpur as a party of Mymensingh division

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Jessore

More popular for agriculture than tourist spots and site seeing, Jessore is less known for its appeal as a tourist destination.

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Jhalokathi

Jhalokathi is actually more renowned for its architectural abundance and riverine beauty

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Jhenaidah

The district is mainly famous for its Cadet College and Hindu temples and also boasts some of the oldest Muslim architectures in the country.

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Khulna

The third largest city and Bangladesh and home to the Sundarban mangrove forest, Khulna is internationally renowned

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Kishoreganj

The city has some great historical landmarks bearing the legacy of Mughal Empire and medieval history & architecture.

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Kuakata

Kuakata or proudly referred as ‘Daughter of the Sea’ is located in the southern part of Bangladesh

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Kurigram

The district is famous for its antique architecture. It is also renowned for its vegetation, flora, and fauna.

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Kushtia

Kushtia boasts the birthplace of many renowned literary figures of Bengali literature.

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Lalmonirhat

Almost 40% of the district comprises rivers, lakes and other water bodies.

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Madaripur

The district was identified independently in 1984 where first it was a part of Bakerganj

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Magura

It was established about 70,000 years ago and Mohammedpur district is the lower part of Magura.

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Manikganj

Manikganj was held as an important district during the liberation war as it was the gateway to Dhaka during the 1971 liberation war.

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Maulavibazar

It is a region of immense beauty and natural sights that can make any tourist impressed the moment he sets foot here.

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Meherpur

One of these districts was Meherpur which made immense contributions to the liberation war.

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Munshiganj

Munshiganj, also historically referred as Bikrampur is one of the neighboring districts of the capital city Dhaka

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Mymensingh

The oldest districts of Bangladesh divided by the British East India Company in 1787

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Naogaon

One of the most historically and traditionally rich districts of Bangladesh is Naogaon. It is one of the most archeologically important cities of Bangladesh.

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Narail

The name and fame of Narail were so widely spread by the British that the British themselves chose to lead their luxuriant lives here in Narail

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Narayanganj

There are immense histories of different reigns and kingdoms ruling over this place, Narayanganj also has the ruins of the first capital of Bengal, Jahangirnagar.

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Narsingdi

The district has the popularity of the textile industry of Bangladesh

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Natore

It was a beacon of attraction for decades as a romantic tourist spot due to heavy literary influences.

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Netrokona

There are not many traces of heritage or glory related to the ancient Bengal but currently, it holds an important strategic position that furthers the economic development.

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Nilphamari

Nil in Bengali means the color blue and indigo and Famari refers to farmland where indigo was cultivated.

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Noakhali

Bursting with cultural vibrancy and beautiful sights, Noakhali offers some of the most scenic tourist spots in Bangladesh.

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Pabna

Pabna is the southernmost district of Bangladesh as well as the starting point of the Indigo Revolution during the British rule.

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Panchagarh

The uppermost district of Bangladesh and in the Himalayan district, Panchagarh is known as the tip of Bangladesh

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Patuakhali

Patuakhali was a strategic bone of contention among local rulers due to its strategic location and easy defensive landscape.

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Pirojpur

Pirojpur is a district of multiple religious and cultural structures of different religions over here.

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Rajbari

Rajbari is a district to the middle east of Bangladesh and that it is a part of Dhaka division.

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Rajshahi

One of the oldest and culturally strong divisions of Bangladesh is Rajshahi.

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Rangamati

Rangamati is a small hillside town located at the South-eastern side of the country, 77 KM away from Chittagong division.

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Rangpur

One of the largest industries in Bangladesh was founded in this district known as Rangpur Foundry Limited or RFL

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Satkhira

Being one of the most well-known districts all over Bangladesh Satkhira has its own appeal for tourists and visitors.

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Shariatpur

The name of the district was originated from the Haji Shariatullah who founded Faraizi Movement and was an Islamic preacher during the British Era.

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Sherpur

It is one of the border districts of Bangladesh and its landmass is shared by Mymensingh and Jamalpur District where the old Brahmaputro River flows by.

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Sirajganj

Home of renowned Bengali personalities such a Suchitra Sen, Ismail Hossein Siraji and Mawlana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani.

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Sunamganj

It was originally part of the Laur kingdom that was later conquered by Gaurh in the 12th century.

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Sylhet

In the midst of magnificent hills and the majestic Surma valley, stands the beautiful city of Sylhet.

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Tangail

Enriched with history, culture and values the city also famous for manufacturing some of the finest traditional clothing of the country and some scrumptious desserts.

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Thakurgaon

Situated on the northwest corner of Bangladesh. Thakurgaon has Asia's largest mango tree. Thakurgaon is one of the oldest districts of Bangladesh.

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