Bangladesh is known as the green jewel of South Asia, with an atmosphere of religious tolerance that includes the different religions that the country embraces, and tourism in Bangladesh provides a great opportunity to experience a new destination that is not attracted to by many but that includes a mix of attractions and World Heritage sites.
Bangladesh attractions range from archaeological sites, historic mosques, stunning landscapes, chaotic towns, forests, tea gardens, rich animal and plant wealth, colorful and charming tribal life, river cruises, culinary flavors and festivals.
Bangladesh has scarce natural resources with over 700 rivers flowing through the country, which has made boat trips the best way to get around here, and it also provides a wonderful opportunity to see the country from a more exotic perspective. , because Bangladesh is considered one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Explore them through wooden boats, while avoiding the crowds.
When it comes to religious beliefs, the majority of the population of Bangladesh is Muslim, while the rest are Hindus, Buddhists, Christians and others, and despite the fact that religion is the main thing that forms human identity, but in Bangladesh, there is no distinction between religions.
The most important tourist destinations in Bangladesh
1- Cox’s Bazaar
The coastal town of Cox’s Bazar is located in Chittagong, also known as “Panwa” which means yellow flower. It has the longest sandy beach in the world and stretches for 125 km in addition to Bangladesh’s first safari park.
Cox’s Bazar is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Bangladesh, and the huge Buddhist monastery called “Agamda Khiang” is one of the most important tourist attractions here, and the city is also famous for its cigar industry.
2- Saint Martin
Despite its small size, St. Martin is the only atoll in Bangladesh, with an area of 8 square kilometers. It was first discovered by the Arabs who called it “Zagira”, then changed to “Île Saint-Martin” during British rule, and you can enjoy it There are beautiful sunrise and sunset views of the sun and at night the stars are clear and wonderful.
3 – kwakata
Round Kwakata is located in the southern part of Bangladesh and offers panoramic beach views and unique attractions, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, and the city’s most important landmarks are Fatrar Chor, Sima Kiranebara temple and Eco Park.
4 – Sundarban
Sundarban literally means “beautiful forest” thanks to the presence of one of the world’s most famous mangrove forests in the city. Numerous documentaries have been filmed about this exotic forest, and the region contains a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, including Sundarban National Park, which holds the largest Royal Bengal tiger reserve in the world.
One of the best tourist destinations in Bangladesh, which literally means “monkey dam”, Bandarban has a series of beautiful mountains, the Shoylu Prabat waterfall, the largest Buddhist temple in Bangladesh, known as “Datu Jadi Buddha” and many other temples and many tribal villages to see.
6 – Rangamate
It is known as “Lake City” and it is a destination rich in natural beauty and one of the most visited cities in Bangladesh. The most important attractions in the city are the town of Rangamati, a suspension bridge, Kaptai Lake and the Indigenous Museum.
Chittagong is a large city and is home to the largest international seaport in Bangladesh. It also includes an international airport, “Shah Amanat Airport”, which connects the city to the most important cities of the world. Batanga Beach, Voy Lake, Beyzid Postami Mausoleum, WWII Cemetery, Ethnological Museum, and Katale Beach are some of the most famous tourist spots. In the city, there are many hotels of different categories to cater for all types of visitors.
8 – Sylhet
Sylhet is the largest city in Bangladesh with a population of over 500,000. The town is located amidst a picturesque landscape in the Surma Valley, and is a tourist destination that should not be missed.
9 – Comilla
Grand Comilla District in Chittagong Province is located along the Dhaka-Chittagong Highway and is a popular tourist destination in Bangladesh which has various attractions including the war cemetery, the mu