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Bangladesh travel destinations :

Bangladesh travel destinations :

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Bangladesh travel destinations : Atish Dipangkar Memorial Atish Dipankar Memorial Complex is situated in the birthplace of His Holiness Atish Dipankar Sriggyan which is located in the village of Bajrayogini, Bangladesh. Originally from Bikrampur, World famous Buddhist scholar and philosopher Atish Dipankar Shreegyen spread Buddhism throughout Tibet and eastern parts of India in the 11th century. After 1000 years of his death His holy relics were brought to Bangladesh and placed in his birthplace. And with the help of the Chinese government, the largest stupa in Bangladesh was built on His holy relics. Here Mahamati Buddha's profound knowledge of humanity and Buddhist philosophy is propagated with utmost care and confidence. Beside the stupa, Atish Memorial Complex, Atish memorial l...
Tourism in Bangladesh: Rethinking the Uncharted Prospects

Tourism in Bangladesh: Rethinking the Uncharted Prospects

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Bangladesh has immense potential in the tourism industry, as the natural diversity of this country is unique. As the slogan of this year’s international tourism day (27 September) is Rethinking Tourism, therefore, we have to reflect the moto in our tourism sector in every possible way. by Faisal Abdullah Currently, the tourism sector contributes about 11 percent to the world's GDP. In 2019, the number of tourists in the world was about 1.5 billion. The World Tourism Organization (WTO) projected an additional 4 to 5 percent growth each year thereafter. In 1950 the number of tourists in the world was only 25 million which has increased to about 1435 million in 2019. The income generated from the tourism sector of Bangladesh is roughly 76.19 million dollars. According to the estimates of th...
Rangamati Travel Locations and Tourist Attractions

Rangamati Travel Locations and Tourist Attractions

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Rangamati is a beautiful district in southeastern Bangladesh, located in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. It is known for its scenic beauty, rich cultural heritage, and diverse range of flora and fauna. If you are planning a trip to Rangamati, here are some of the must-visit travel locations that you shouldn't miss: Kaptai Lake: Kaptai Lake is the largest man-made lake in Bangladesh, and it is a popular tourist destination in Rangamati. You can enjoy a boat ride on the lake, take in the stunning views of the surrounding hills, and visit the nearby tribal villages. Chakma Rajbari: Chakma Rajbari is a historical palace located in the heart of Rangamati town. The palace was built in the 1960s by the Chakma royal family and is now open to visitors. You can explore the palace grounds, vi...
Rajshahi Travel Information : Tour to Rajshahi

Rajshahi Travel Information : Tour to Rajshahi

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Rajshahi is an ancient city in Bangladesh situated on the banks of the Padma River. It is the administrative headquarters of the Rajshahi Division and is one of the oldest cities in the country. Rajshahi city is renowned for its historical and cultural heritage, and is a popular destination for tourists. Rajshahi has a rich history that dates back to the 4th century BC when it was part of the ancient kingdom of Anga. It was later a part of the Mauryan Empire, the Muslim rule of the Delhi Sultanate, the Mughal Empire, and the British Raj. The city's historic sites are a testament to its long and rich history. One of the main attractions in Rajshahi is the Baro Bazaar. This is an old market where you can find a variety of items such as spices, clothes, jewelry, and handicrafts. The...
Travel Old Dhaka | A city full of color and life

Travel Old Dhaka | A city full of color and life

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Old Dhaka is a bustling city full of life and color. It is a place that has been around for centuries, and its history and culture are evident in the many monuments and structures that can be found throughout the city. My journey to Old Dhaka began with a train ride from the capital. The train was crowded and the journey was long, but the scenery outside the window was beautiful. I could see the majestic Jamuna River, with its winding course and many tributaries, and the lush, green countryside that surrounded it. Once we arrived in Old Dhaka, the city felt like a different world. The streets were teeming with people, and the buildings were a mix of old and new. Everywhere I looked there were people going about their daily lives, and the smells of street food were tantalizing. ...

Travel to St Martin Island of Bangladesh

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Write a travel blog on St Martin Bangladesh St Martin is an isolated island in the middle of the Bay of Bengal, located off the coast of Bangladesh. It is known for its pristine beaches, lush vegetation, and unique wildlife. My journey to St Martin began early in the morning as I took a two-hour boat ride from mainland Bangladesh. I was immediately mesmerized by the sight of the island's turquoise waters and white sand beaches. I could see why it is such a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The first thing I noticed upon arriving on the island was the colorful fishing boats that lined the shore. I was told that these boats are used for both commercial and leisure fishing, and it was fascinating to watch them in action. We then took a short hike to the highest p...
Dining in Bangladesh: A journey of tastes

Dining in Bangladesh: A journey of tastes

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Dining in Bangladesh means savoring the most exclusive culinary delights. Food is a binding factor that connects people to start a conversation in every part of the world. When it comes to Bangladesh, this expands manifold. Bangladesh is rich in culinary variety. Divided into eight divisions, there is a distinct flavor, which is unique to each sect of this land. Let’s sneak a peek into some of the regional specialties to make the most out of each corner of this country. Sylhet With a more complicated name of Citrus Macroptera, “shatkora” or as Sylhetis call it in their accent, “hatkhora” is a cross between a lemon and lime, with a unique taste and aroma. Sylhetis usually love their curries tangy and the shatkora lacks no tang! This is why Shatkora is one of the most beloved ingredients...

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