Bangladesh has more than 3,000 tourist sites and is home to a lot of international attractions like the World Cup, the World Expo and the World Economic Forum.
There’s also a thriving music scene, and it’s also the world’s most densely populated country.
So, why not have a look at some of the best tourist destinations in the country?
Bangladesh is famous for its vast, diverse and diverse landscape.
It’s one of the largest countries in the world, with about 2.3 million square kilometres of land, with a total population of nearly 13 million.
In a country of roughly half a billion, there’s an immense variety of different species and ecosystems that we can’t ignore.
Bangladeshi tourism, as well as the surrounding area, is a fascinating mix of diverse landscapes and unique and stunning sights.
Many of the world-famous attractions like temples, temples, hotels, and art galleries can be found in Bangladesh, and visitors will want to be on the lookout for all the sights.
Some of the most famous destinations include:The Taj Mahal (1817-1822)The World’s oldest Hindu temple (1790-1792)The Taj Garden, an enormous, beautiful Hindu temple complex (1789-1796)The Ganges River, one of India’s most famous waterfalls (1785-1789)The Himalayas, home to the world famous Himalayan peaks (1784-1791)The Indian Ocean, home of the Great Barrier Reef (1778-1781)The Arabian Sea, home in the west of the Arabian Peninsula, where the famous Red Sea meets the Arabian Sea (1776-1782)The Andaman Sea, the world and Indian Ocean’s biggest marine park (1769-1772)The Tibetan Plateau, home region of the great Buddhist monastery of Dzongkha (1766-1774)The Great Pyramids, home area of the Egyptian pyramids (1765-1767)The Pyramids of Giza, home base of the Sphinx of Gisele (1762-1762)The famous Egyptian pyre, believed to have been built by the Great Pyramid of Gizele (1697-1730)The Egyptian Pyramids at Saqqara, one the oldest sites of Egypt (1691-1731)The most popular attraction in Bangladesh is the Great Ganges, home site of the Indian Ocean Aquarium (1690-1696).
The Great Ganga is Bangladesh’s second largest river after the Indus, and the river flows through about 70 per cent of the country.
It forms the banks of the Indi-Burma-Banglakshan (Balkans-Burmans) Canal.
The river has been the scene of a lot from wars, to massacres and conflicts, to modern-day water battles between the countries.
The Indian and Bangladeshi national flags (top) and the Bangladesh National Flag (bottom)The two are both made of a white ribbon, representing the river.
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