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TOP 10 Places to Visit in Bangladesh
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1. Cox’s Bazar
Cox’s Bazar is the longest unbroken sandy beach in the world, 125 km in length. It is the most popular tourist spot among the locals in Bangladesh. Perfect place to relax in the end of a long trip. To avoid the crowd, stay on a resort with their own private beach. The Wholesale Fish Market in Cox’s Bazar comes as number one on our list of the best places to visit in Bangladesh.
2. Sundarbans Mangrove Forest
Sundarbans in the largest mangrove forest on earth and UNESCO world heritage site. Sundarbans is located in between two neighboring countries – Bangladesh and India. Majority of forest is located in Bangladesh. It is home of the last remaining Bengal tigers in the world and many other wildlife. Environment of Sundarbans is tranquilizing and visiting this forest could be an once in a lifetime experience.
3. St. Martin’s Island
St. Martin’s Island is a beautiful coral island of Bay of Bengal in Bangladesh. For the beach lovers, this is the best place to visit in Bangladesh.
Srimangal is the tea capital of Bangladesh, located in the eastern part of the country. You’ll find lush green tea gardens anywhere you go here. This is one of the few places in the country where if you look around, you may not find any other people anywhere except you. A really nice and calm place. Cycling through the trails inside the tea plantations here could be one of the best thing you can do in Bangladesh.
Rangamati is a district of Chittagong Hill-Tracts area. Main reason to visit the place is the Kaptai Lake. It is a naturally beautiful man made lake surround by beautiful hills. Best thing to do at Rangamati is enjoying boat ride in the Kaptai Lake for the whole day. Rangamati is also home of many tribal groups. You can visit their handicraft market here to buy some fine quality handmade fabrics. There is a Buddhist monastery called Rajban Bihar which is also worth visiting.
Sylhet is a naturally beautiful place in the north-eastern part of Bangladesh, close to the Meghalaya state of India. It has many beautiful places to visit. Green-water canal Lalakhal, stone collecting area Jaflong, Ratargul swamp forest, and many of its tea gardens are the attractions to visit Sylhet.
7. Somapura Mahavihar, Paharpur
In the north-western part of Bangladesh, there is a tiny little Place called Paharpur, which holds the most impressive archeological site I Bangladesh called Somapuri MahabhiHara, a UNESCO world heritage sitek.
8. Lalbagh Fort, Dhaka
The construction of the Lalbagh fort was started in 1678 AD by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah the son of the emperor Aurangzeb and later emperor himself. It is an incomplete fort 17th century Mughal complex in Dhaka . The architecture of this fort attracts many tourists .
9. Sixty Dome Mosque, Dhaka
The Sixty Dome Mosque known as Shait Gambuj Mosque , It is one of the largest mosque and built in Sultanate period . The construction of the masque as started in 1442 and it was completed in 1459 . The mosque is usually used for prayers and also
Sonargaon was a historic administrative, commercial and maritime centre in Bengal. Situated in the centre of the Ganges delta, it was the seat of the medieval Muslim rulers and governors of eastern Bengal.
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Top 20 tourist Attractions in Bangladesh
1. Sundarban Mangrove Forest: Sundarban is the world’s largest mangrove forest. It is one of the beautiful natural wonders of the whole world and world heritage site recognized by UNESCO in 1997.
2. Kuakata Sea Beach: Kuakata is situated in the southeastern part of Beautiful Bangladesh. It is located in Kalapara Upazila of Patuakhali District of Bangladesh and about 320 KM (200 mi) south of Dhaka city.
3. Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach: Cox’s Bazar sea beach is the world’s largest sea beach and unbroken sandy beach. The length of this unbroken sandy beach is 125 km long. The beach has a gentle slope into the sea. Cox’s Bazar is located in the South Eastern part of Bangladesh along the Bay of Bengal.
4. Saint Martin Island: Saint Martin is the mind-blowing coral Island of the Bay of Bengal. If you are a beach lover then Saint Martin is one of the best places to visit in Bangladesh.
5. Rangamati Hill Tracts: Rangamati is one of the best hilly places to visit in Beautiful Bangladesh. Rangamati resides in the district of Chittagong Hill Tracts area.
6. Kaptai Lake: The reason behind the travailing to Rangamati is to see the Kaptai Lake. Though Kaptai Lake is a manmade lake you will be surprised seeing the natural beauty of the place.
7. Jaflong-Sylhet: Sylhet is situated in the northwestern part of beautiful Bangladesh. It is on the best naturally beautiful places to visit in Bangladesh. There are too many wonderful places to visit in the Sylhet district. First of all, you can visit Jaflong. Jaflong is the stone collecting area. You will enjoy the natural beauty of Jaflong because of the combination of Surma River and large hills of the Meghalaya state of India. Sylhet is close to the Meghalaya state of India.
8. Sixty Dome Mosques: Bagerhat is in the Khulna Division, founded in the 15th century. Bagerhat founded by a Turkish general. In Bagerhat there are a lot of amazing historic mosques. Among all the beautiful mosques the Sixty Dome Mosque is most attractive.
9. Srimangal-Sylhet: Srimangal is in the northwestern part of Bangladesh. It is the number one tea capital in the country. Anywhere in that region, you will go, just find the lush tea gardens. When you will go to visit the tea gardens you may not find anyone else without you so you can enjoy the beauty in your own way.
10. Paharpur Somapura Mahabhihara: Paharpur a tiny little place is in the northwestern part of Beautiful Bangladesh.
11. Sajek Valley: Sajek Valley is in the Sajek union of Baghaichhari Upazila in Rangamati district. Sajek Valley is one of the emerging places to visit in Bangladesh. It is located in the hills of Kasalong. The name of this place came from the name of Sajek River.
12. Inani Beach: Inani Beach is located in the UkhiaUpazila of Cox’s Bazar district of beautiful Bangladesh. This sea beach is 18 kilometers long. This long sea beach is featured with a lot of coral stones.
13. Lalbagh Fort: The Lalbagh Fort is situated in front of the Buriganga River in the southwestern part of Dhaka district. It is a 17th-century fort with art and antiques. The fort includes 1600s fort complex with three buildings. 14. Ahsan Manzil: Ahsan Manzil is at Kumartoli, Dhaka. Kumartoli is located along the banks of the Buriganga River in Dhaka city. The Ahsan Manzil constructed as the official presidential palace of the Nawab of Dhaka city. The construction work of Ahsan Manzil started in 1859.
15. Puthia (Village in Rajshahi): Want to visit a place full of beautiful Hindu Temples? In the Rajshahi district, there is a small village in Puthia which is full of historical Hindu temples. The design of the temples of Puthia is very unique than other temples of Bangladesh.
16. Sonargaon Panam City: In the Medieval period, the Sonargaon city was considered as the capital of Bengal. You can easily spend a day in Sonargaon by enjoying the architectural buildings made by the architect of that time.
17. Bandarban: You can explore Bandarbans to search tribal people with natural beauty inside Bangladesh. Inside Bandarban, you will find amazing Sangu River. Where you can find pure tranquility with amazing nature.
18. Potenga Beach: Truly amazing beach to visit with not overcrowded tourist place in Chattogram. You can find second sea beach inside Beautiful Bangladesh there. As time passes more and more beautiful and luxurious Motel and Hotels are rising to make a comfortable stay of Tourists.
19. Moynamoti: Old heritage searchers will definitely love Moynamoti inside Comilla District. 20. Capital city-Dhaka: Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh, in southern Asia. Set beside the Buriganga River, it’s at the center of national government, trade and culture.
Bogra - The Heart of North Bengal । বগুড়া ভ্রমণ গাইড। শহর পর্ব
Bogra is a northern district of Bangladesh, in the Rajshahi Division.
It is called the gateway to North Bengal.
It is also a bridge between Rajshahi Division and Rangpur Division.
Bogra is an industrial city where many small and mid-sized industries are sited.
Mahasthangarh, the earliest urban archaeological site so far discovered in Bangladesh is located in Bogra.
Former Diplomat and Prime Minister of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Bogra was born in Bogra.
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Top Tourist Attractions Place in Sylhet || Most Tourism Place In Bangladesh | Natural Bangladesh
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Tourism In Bangladesh
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A tourist is a person who visits a place for pleasure. Nobody knows him in the place where he visits. He is a newcomer. He goes to foreign land in order to gather knowledge from different historical, tradition and cultural places.
A tourist is a stranger but a visitor is a known person. The purpose of visiting of a tourist is to enjoy the sights and beauties of nature. A tourist stays in a hotel or in a motel. On the other hand a visitor stays with the known friends and relatives in their houses. A tourist needs a guide but a visitor needs no guide.
Cox's Bazar is the most important good-looking place in Bangladesh. Paharpur, Mahasthanghar, Mynamati, Sonargaon are the very prominent worth-seeing places in the country. Lalbagh Kella, Bahadur Shah Park, National Mausaleum at Savar. The zoo at Mirpur, Botanical Garden beside the zoo aat Mirpur; Baldha garden at Wari are the worth mentioning good-looking places in Dhaka in Bangladesh. All these places are very attractive and charming to the tourists.
Tourists are strangers. Those people who helps the tourists in new places are called tourists guides. Tourists guides show the tourists comfortable hotels to stay in. They receive the tourists and answers their telephone calls. Some tourist guides help the tourists with heavy boxes and packets. People helping the tourists must be good at history and quick at arithmetic.
Tourism is an industry of Bangladesh. So we should take steps to make all the good-looking places in Bangladesh more attractive and charming to make it a more lucrative industry in future. Thus it can be a good source of earning foreign exchange.
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Bangladeshi Tourist Spots Cox's Bazar, Kuakata, Bandarban, Khagrachari, Rangamati, Sajek, Ramna Park, Sundarban, Old High Court, Paharpur etc
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Archaeology, Bangladesh Existence of any prehistoric phase in the deltaic land of Bangladesh was not suspected by archaeologists for a long time, although some stray finds of stone tools from different areas were known. It is only very recently that widely spread traces of a fossil-wood tool making tradition have been detected.
Paharpur Buddhist Vihara:
According to the Bengali Vocabulary, the name Paharpur means a locality of hill. It is a village in Badalgachi Upazila of Naogaon District. The nearest railway station of Jamalganj that lies on the Khulna-Parvatipur rail tract and is connected with Paharpur by a 5km long brick metalled bye-way. Paharpur can also be reached from its nearest airport, Sayedpur, following a metalled road via Joypurhat.
It is a hilly terrain with an average height of 15m in the district of Comilla. It stands in a north-south alignment with its length extending over 17km and average breadth 2.5km. At the different points of its slope there lie a number of older structural ruins pertaining to temple, stupa and vihara. Along with these ruins some tools made of fossilized wood, both Hindu and Buddhist sculptures, metallic coins, objects of daily use, terracotta plaques, carved bricks, ornaments, potteries, metallic utensils, seals and ceilings, copper plates etc. have also been salvaged.
This fabulously embellished temple situated about 19.32km north of Dinajpur town. Maharaja Pran Nath built it in 1752. It was originally a Navaratna temple. Every inch of its surface is lavishly decorated with different scenes as described in the two Hindu Great Epics, various Hindu divinities, contemporary social life and floral cum geometric motifs.
Situated in village Fatehpur Maras under Nowabgonj thana of Dinajpur District, the site has yielded the impoverished remains of a brick-built Buddhist monastery. It is medium in size, roughly 65.5m each side, and has yielded a number of movable antiquities, i.e. bronze sculptural pieces of Mahayana origin, iron dagger, terracotta net-sinker, terracotta cone, carved brick, potteries of early medieval origin etc.. On ground of style they are datable to the circa 7th-8th century AD.
extensive site represents the wreckage of an ancient city (cir. 4th cent. Bc to 14th cent called Pundranagara. It is roughly oblong in shape encircled by high rampart with thick brick wall core at places and is entrenched on all sides save the east where the river Karatoya were following in ancient time.
The capital city Dhaka predominantly was a city of the Mughals. In hundred years of their vigorous rule successive Governors and princely Viceroys who ruled the province, adorned it with many noble monuments in the shape of magnificent palaces, mosques, tombs, fortifications and Katras often surrounded with beautifully laid out gardens and pavillions.
Panam City, also known as “the lost city” a historic place & important archaeological site in Bangladesh. Situated in Sonargaon Upazila of Narayanganj District. The structures are older than around 400-500 years. Panam Nagar, The Golden City of Sonargaon, Bangladesh, built blending the Indo-European architectural styles, reflect the socio-economic condition and lifestyle of rich Hindu cloth merchants and the elite class in British colonial period.
Bagha Mosque, Rajshahi:
Built in 1523 A.D. by Sultan Nusrat Shah, son of Hussain Shah, it is a richly decorated monument originally roofed over with 10 domes which collapsed long ago but recently rebuilt carefully to their original form. The superb terracotta decoration on the central mihrab represents floral frame work and jali rosettes. The whole outer surface of the mosque is beautifully embellished with fine terracotta art motifs.
Baliati Prasad is a palatial complex situated 35km to the northwest of Dhaka city and can be approached by light motorized vehicle from any traffic point of Dhaka. It accommodates a group of five residential buildings enclosed within a walled compound. The face of the compound is on the east and can be entered through four lion-gates. The buildings are built of brick, lime and brick-dust.
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Top three world heritage sites in bangladesh
1.The Sundarbans 
The Sundarbans is a vast forest in the coastal region of the Bay of Bengal which is one of the natural wonders of the world.
The Sundarbans is the largest forest in the world, as the largest mangrove forest in the coastal environment.
2. Ruins of the Buddhist Vihara at Paharpur 
The Pala Empire was an early Indian empire of Bengali Buddhist dynasty ruling from Bengal (which included present day Bangladesh) from the 8th to the 12th centuries.
The Palas created a distinctive form of Bengali architecture and art known as the Pala School of Sculptural Art.
The Somapura Mahavihara, a creation of Dharmapala, at Paharpur, Bangladesh, is the largest Buddhist Vihara in the Indian subcontinent, and has been described as a pleasure to the eyes of the world.
3. Shat Gombuj Mosque at Bagerhat 
In the middle of the 15th century, a Muslim colony was founded in the mangrove forest of the Sundarbans,
Near the coast in the Bagerhat District by a saint-General, named Khan Jahan Ali.
The construction of the mosque was started in 1442 and it was completed in 1459.
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1 Sundarbans Mangrove Forest: Khulna Division, Bangladesh West Bengal, India
2 Chittagong Hill-Tracts The Chittagong Hill Tracts are an area within the Chattogram Division in southeastern Bangladesh, bordering India and Myanmar
3 Srimangal Maulvibazar District, Sylhet Division
4 Rangamati Rangamati is a district in south-eastern Bangladesh
5 Paharpur Somapura Mahavihara in Paharpur, Badalgachhi Upazila, Naogaon District Bangladesh is among the best known Buddhist viharas in the Indian Subcontinent and is one of the most important archaeological sites in the country. It was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985
6 St. Martin’s Island St. Martin's Island is a small island in the northeastern part of the Bay of Bengal, about 9 km south of the tip of the Cox's Bazar-Teknaf peninsula, and forming the southernmost part of Bangladesh. There is a small adjoining island that is separated at high tide, called Chera Dwip.
7 Gaur is a ruined city on the India-Bangladesh Border.
8 Sylhet This Is a division of Bangladesh. sylhet is called the queen of hills.
9 Barisal, officially known as Barishal, Bengali: বরিশাল
10 Puthia Puthia is an Upazila of Rajshahi District in the Division of Rajshahi, Bangladesh
11 Mosque City Bagerhat The Mosque City of Bagerhat is a formerly lost city, located in the suburbs of Bagerhat city in Bagerhat District, in the Khulna Division of southwest of Bangladesh.
12 Cox’s Bazar Cox’s Bazar is a town on the southeast coast of Bangladesh. It’s known for its very long, sandy beachfront, stretching from Sea Beach in the north to Kolatoli Beach in the south. Aggameda Khyang monastery is home to bronze statues and centuries-old Buddhist manuscripts. South of town, the tropical rainforest of Himchari National Park has waterfalls and many birds. North, sea turtles breed on nearby Sonadia Island.
13 Sonargaon Sonargaon was a historic administrative, commercial and maritime center in Bengal. Situated in the center of the Ganges delta, it was the seat of the medieval Muslim rulers and governors of eastern Bengal.
14 Kuakata Kalapara, Barisal Division Kuakata is a town known for its panoramic sea beach. It is in southeastern Bangladesh and is the number two tourist destination in the country. Kuakata beach is a sandy expanse 18 kilometers long and 3 kilometers wide.
15 Bandarban also called Rwadawmro in the Marma and Arakanese languages is a district in South-Eastern Bangladesh and a part of the Chittagong Division.
16 Khagrachari Khagrachhari, also known as Chengmi is a district in Chittagong Division, south-eastern Bangladesh and the Chittagong Hill Tracts. Khagrachhari is also known as Phalanx Htaung or the Mong Circle.
17 Teknaf Sea Beach Teknaf Peninsula or Teknaf Sea Beach is one of the longest sandy beach ecosystems (80 km) in the world.
18 Nilachal Bandarban Its very near to Bandarban town. It takes 10-15 min by car. People gather here to enjoy the beautiful sunset over the hill. There is a small resort on the top of the hill.
19 Kaptai Lake Rangamati Kaptai Lake is the largest man-made a lake in Bangladesh. It is located in the Kaptai Upazila under Rangamati District of Chittagong Division.
20 Lalbagh Fort Lalbagh Rd, Dhaka 1211 Lalbagh Fort is an incomplete 17th-century Mughal fort complex that stands before the Buriganga River in the southwestern part of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The construction was started in 1678 AD by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah who was the son of Emperor Aurangzeb and later emperor himself.
21 Dhakeshwari National Temple Dhakeshwari Rd, Dhaka Dhakeshwari National Temple is a Hindu temple in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is state-owned, giving it the distinction of being Bangladesh's 'National Temple'. The name Dhakeshwari means Goddess of Dhaka.
22 Kaptai Lake At Monsoon
23 Hammam Falls Sylhet division Hammam Falls in the beautiful Lilabhumi Molevibazar Kamalganj Upazila. The water of the mountain, like a mirror, is rolling on the big stones.
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Paharpur Buddhist Bihar (Bengali: পাহাড়পুর বৌদ্ধ বিহার) in Paharpur, Badalgachhi Upazila, Naogaon District, Bangladesh is among the best known Buddhist viharas in the Indian Subcontinent and is one of the most important archaeological sites in the country. It was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985. It dates from a similar time period to the nearby Halud Vihara and to the Sitakot Vihara in Nawabganj Upazila of Dinajpur District.
A number of monasteries grew up during the Pāla period in ancient Bengal and Magadha. According to Tibetan sources, five great Mahaviharas stood out: Vikramashila, the premier university of the era; Nalanda, past its prime but still illustrious; Somapura Mahavihara; Odantapurā; and Jaggadala. The monasteries formed a network; all of them were under state supervision and there existed a system of co-ordination among them ... it seems from the evidence that the different seats of Buddhist learning that functioned in eastern India under the Pāla were regarded together as forming a network, an interlinked group of institutions, and it was common for great scholars to move easily from position to position among them.
The excavation at Paharpur, and the finding of seals bearing the inscription Shri-Somapure-Shri-Dharmapaladeva-Mahavihariyarya-bhiksu-sangghasya, has identified the Somapura Mahavihara as built by the second Pala king Dharmapala. Tibetan sources, including Tibetan translations of Dharmakayavidhi and Madhyamaka Ratnapradipa, Taranatha's history and Pag-Sam-Jon-Zang, mention that Dharmapala's successor Devapala built it after his conquest of Varendra. The Paharpur pillar inscription bears the mention of 5th regnal year of Devapala's successor Mahendrapala along with the name of Bhiksu Ajayagarbha. Taranatha's Pag Sam Jon Zang records that the monastery was repaired during the reign of Mahipala.
A few metal images have been found. An image of Hara-Gouri, a standing naked Jaina and the bronze figures of Kubera and Ganesha were discovered at Paharpur from pre-Bangladesh period excavations. During post-liberation excavation the torso of a large and important bronze Buddha image was found.