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					Tourism of Bangladesh: An overview

Bangladesh, also known as The Republic of Bangladesh, is located in South Asia. This country shares a
border with India on all sides, leaving a small portion, which it shares with Myanmar. The main rivers flowing
through this country are the Ganges and Padma, Brahmaputra and Meghna. Bangladesh is known around
the world because of its wetlands, dense forests, mangroves and other recognized places. Here you can
find great variety of flora and fauna. Royal Bengal tigers, which are largely those in this country.
Climate: The weather in Bangladesh is very nice and makes it a favorable destination for tourists from
around the world. Bangladesh is at sea level of the Ganges and the Brahmaputra and the Ganges River
delta. This delta is formed by the convergence of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers and their
tributaries. The largest selection of Bangladesh is in Mowdok that rises 1.052 meters high in the hills of
Chittagong in the southeast and throughout the country. The weather in Bangladesh is tropical season. On
both sides of the Tropic of Cancer, The weather in Bangladesh is tropical with a mild winter from October to
March. Still hot with humidity increases during the summer from March to June. A warm and humid
monsoon season runs from June to October and provides most of the rainfall in the country. Bangladesh is a
hot, humid in summer and cold in winter. During the monsoon season, heavy rains occur in Bangladesh, and
sometimes a major flood. Comes mainly from rainfall during the monsoon season which covers the months
of June to September, and low in winter months from November to February. The weather in Bangladesh is
characterized by reasonably high temperature during eight months of the year with maximum temperature in
summer ranges from 30 ° C to 38 ° C, whereas the minimum temperature is 9 ° C during winter. Due to the
variation in Bangladesh of time, travelers can take some light cottons and linens throughout the year.
Requires warmer clothing at night in cold season.
Destinations: Bangladesh is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. If you are looking for
an exotic place and plan a trip to Bangladesh. The unique aspects of the variety of tourist destinations in
Bangladesh is to delight the most discerning travelers. As your holiday to explore the various tourist
destinations in Bangladesh in the best possible way.
Dhaka: Dhaka, has great natural treasures. The architectural beauty and natural wonders of the capital city
of Bangladesh, has attracted tourists for decades. These are the many attractions of the city. These include
mosques, Hindu temples. Dhakeshwari, the Armenian Church, the Cathedral of St. Mary in Ramna, and the
Holy Rosary Church Teigaon, the Lalbagh Fort, the 1857 Memorial and National Memorial. The visitors also
love to see the cultural and architectural displays in museums. Explore the resorts and explore the city and
its surrounding parts. Do not forget to buy some of the beautiful crafts that are sold in traditional markets of
the city.
Chittagong: The second largest city is known for its picturesque landscape. The charm and excitement of
the city winning the hearts of many travelers. The obvious beauty of the city, caters to the tastes of different
types of travelers. The attractions are the tomb of Sultan Bayazid Bostami Cemetery of the Second World
War Shrine of Shah Amanat, The Museum and the Merchant Marine Academy Juldia.
Cox’s Bazar: One of the important tourist destinations in Bangladesh is Cox’s Bazar. Cox Bazar is famous
among tourists for being the longest unbroken beach in the world tracks. The soft golden sand beaches,
majestic cliffs, the green vegetation, colorful pagodas and shrines of Cox Bazar, make it an idyllic holiday
Khulna: Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forests in the world is in the region of Bangladesh, Khulna.
There are many attractive places in this city of Bangladesh.
Patuakhali: Kuakata, locally known as Sagar Kannya (Daughter of the Sea) is a rare scenic beauty spot on
the southernmost tip of Bangladesh. Kuakata in Latachapli union under Kalapara Police Station of
Patuakhali district is about 30 km in length and 6 km in breadth. It is 70 km from Patuakhali district
headquarters and 320 km from Dhaka. At Kuakata excellent combination of the picturesque natural beauty,
sandy beach, blue sky, huge expanse of water of the Bay and evergreen forest in really eye-catching.
Sylhet: Sylhet is known for its exotic beauty. The flora and fauna, tea plantations, tropical forests. The
attractions are Madhabkunda, Tamabil-Jaflong and the shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal.
Rajshahi: Rajshahi, located on the river Padma is one of the most favored tourist places in Bangladesh.
Visitors can see the different mosques, shrines, temples.
There are many others to visit in Bangladesh, Welcome to our Bangladesh.

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