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Explore all over Bangladesh and it’s horizon with off beaten track Dhaka, Barisal, Bagerhat, Sundarbans, Khulna, Narail, Rajshahi, Rongpur, Dinajpur, Bogra, Srimangal, Sylhet, Chittagong, Rangamati, Bandarban and Cox’s Bazar
...trying to find Bangladesh in a travel book, will never let you experience her true beauty. To truly find Bangladesh, step into her embrace and feel her warmth. You will learn the trademark of Bangladesh's beauty, “Simplicity” and “Warmth”. “Warmth” that you looking for all your life !
In Bangladesh you will learn the magic of “Bonding”, here you are part of the family. Bangladeshis are essentially simple in nature. “Hospitality” is in the nation's gins. Where ever you go, people will always welcoming you, with a big Smile.
Bangladesh is a country where you can never go. You can only comeback. Your body might leave the land, but your heart surely stay behind !!
Bangladesh...a Truly undiscovered “Land of Beauty and Hospitality”.
Explore the land of “Surprises”...visit Bangladesh before other does !!
Welcome to “Beautiful Bangladesh”.
Dhaka Division is the principle administrative division and the capital of Bangladesh. Consisting a total area of 20,508/ km2 and a population of more than 17 million, the Dhaka is the largest city, where population density is 28,410/ km2 or 73,583/ mi2 makes it the 4th most densely populated city in the world. The capital is famous for its Great Historical Monuments (Lalbagh Fort, Ahsan Manzil,Old Dhaka, Curzon Hall), National Parliament Building House, Rose Garden Palace, Sculpture in Ramna Park, Rickshaws, Sadarghat River Port, Baitul Mukarram National Mosque, Dhakeshwari National Temple, Central Shaheed Minar, National Martyrs Monument and many more.
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Known as the Greater Chittagong. Geographically the largest of the eight administrative divisions of Bangladesh. It covers the south-eastern areas of the country. With a total area of 33,771/ km2 and a population of more than 28 million. Bordered with India, Myanmar (Burma), and Bay of Bengal, the administrative division is famous for its Chittagong Port, Chittagong Hill Tracts (home of largest numbers of ethnic groups), Cox’s Bazaar (one of the world’s longest natural beaches), St. Martin’s Island (country’s sole coral reef), Ship Breaking Yard, War Cemetery (2nd world war), Highest Mountains and Peaks, Waterfalls and many more
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Greater Sylhet or Sylhet Region, is the north-eastern division of Bangladesh, named after its main city Sylhet. Surrounded by the Maeghalaya, Assam and Tripura states of India to the north, east and south, respectively. Sylhet is considered one of the most picturesque and archaeologically rich regions in South Asia, and major Islamic Sufi shrines and Hindu holy sites. Also called the Second London, as every family have a member lives in United Kingdom. Famous for its distinct Ethnic Groups, Waterfalls, Boulders Mine, Natural Gas Mine, Wet Lands, and Srimangal (tea capital of Bangladesh), where miles around tea gardens are visible on the hills slopes.
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With an area of 18,174/ km2, and a population of more than 18 million, this division is characterized by its cheap labour force. As bordered with West Bengal, India to the west, Rajshahi was dominated by various Rajas, Maharajas, and Zamindars from the 8th century to British colonial period. As a result the region is rich and renowned for its Great Archaeological sites from ancient time including Somapura Mahavihara (world heritage site), Mahasthangarh, Puthia Temple Complex, Bagha Mosque, Kusumba Mosque, Sona Mosque, Uttara Gonobhaban, Varendra Research Museum and surely the Padma and the Jamuna river, which is the main stream of Genges delta.
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Birth place of Bengali nationalist, politician, Prime Minister of Bengal and Governor of East Pakistan A. K. Fazlul Huq, and Kadambini Ganguly, first female graduate and first female physician in the entire British empire. Located in the south-eastern part of the country, has an area of 13,644/ km2, and a population of more than 8 million. It is bounded by Dhaka on the north, Bay of Bengal on the south, Chittagong on the east and Khulna on the west. The region is renowned for its Floating Market, Kuakata Beach, Manpura Island, Nijhum Island, Guthia Mosque, Durgasagar Dighi, Miah Bari Mosque, Lotus Pond and many more.
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Borders the Indian state West Bengal to the west, Rajshahi to the north, Dhaka and Barisal to the east, and has a coastline on the Bay of Bengal to the south. This region is well known for its largest mangrove forest in the world - the Sundarbans (world heritage site), and Historic Mosque City of Bagerhat (world heritage site). Khulna is renowned for Shilaidaha Kuthibari, the famous residence of Rabindranath Tagore, and the shrine of Lalon Fakir, the founder of the Baoul faith. Country’s only Ship Building Yard, and the second seaport, Mongla Port is also located at Khulna. Traditional Otter Fishing also been found here still now.
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Formed as Bangladesh’s 7th administrative division on 2010, and has a population more than 15 million. Surrounded by West Bengal, India on the north and west, Assam, India on the east. Divisional headquarters Rangpur, is one of the oldest municipalities in Bangladesh. Pretty much known firstly for its Teesta Barrage, the biggest irrigation project of the country, and secondly for the traditional song called Bhawaia, is the part of folklore and heritage of Bangladesh. Despite this it’s also known for Tajhat Palace, Kantajew Temple, Nayabad Mosque, Kellaband Mosque, Pirgacha Landlord House, Devi Caudhurani Jamindar Bari, Dimla Kali Temple etc.
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With an area of 10,485/ km2 and a population of more than 11 million people, this is the newly established and 8th administrative division of Bangladesh formed in 2015. Borderer area cover Himalayan state of India. This region attracts 25% of health tourists visiting Bangladesh. It is related with old Brahmaputa river, Handcrafted Duvet called Nakshikantha and Rural Ballad called Maimansingh Gitika. Mymensingh also famous for its Anjuman Eid-gah Maidan, Durga Bari Temple, Boro Mosjid, Soshi Lodge, Zainul Abedin Gallery, Alexandar Castle (where Russian Grand Duke Boris stayed for few days; later Rabindranath Tagore, Mahatma Gandhi), etc.
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Bangladesh is an important tea producing country in Asia, and being the world's 10th largest tea producer. Bangladesh’s tea industry dates back to Colonial Period, during British Rule, when the East India Company initiated the tea trade in Chittagong back in 1840. Today, the country has 178 commercial tea estates, including many of the world's largest working tea plantations. The industry accounts for 5% of global tea production and employs more than 0.5 million people.
The Pablakhali Wildlife Sanctuary in Bangladesh is located in the Rangamati District in the Chittagong division. It was established as a game sanctuary in June 1962, later declared as Wildlife Sanctuary in 1983, so the wildlife and vegetation in the sanctuary is quite settled and well-developed. It is not a very big wildlife sanctuary, as it only covers 420.87 square kilometers or 42,087 hectares of land, however that does not mean it has nothing to offer. Quite to the contrary, this tiny little sanctuary is positively teaming with life!
The sanctuary and its facilities are a model that can encourage replication of similar sanctuaries elsewhere in the country. Baikka Beel is a 100 hectors wetland sanctuary located in Hail Haor basin, a large wetland seasonally in monsoon extending from 3,000-12,000 hectors in North-Eastern part of Bangladesh. So far 141 bird species have been recorded in the sanctuary. Up to 9 Pallas’s Fish Eagles and Large Flocks of Ducks including up to 4,500 Fulvous Whistling-Duck occur in winter.