Lately, there has been a rise in the number of tourists travelling from Bangladesh to other countries, which is fine, but there are plenty of reasons to travel within our own country.
Whether you want to take a day trip or go on a tour for a couple of days, here are the top five places to visit in Gazipur. to experience the greenery, be it in a safari park or a resort.
Located around 100 kilometres north of Dhaka, the Tangail district is a place where not only the hilly forest of Bhawal meets the mighty Jamuna River, but also a melting pot of Bengali and unique cultures like the Garo and the Koch people. Although not particularly known for tourism, the Tangail district features an astonishing blend of picturesque countryside, deep forests, rich cultural heritage, and sites of historical significance.
The short-lived and precious days of monsoon are upon us bringing a brief window of opportunity to immerse oneself in the beautiful and aesthetic beauty that is often forgotten in the daily battles of life. If you are looking for an escape to truly enjoy the charms of a rainy day, here are 5 places fairly close to Dhaka that are perfect for it.
When you think of places in Bangladesh, inevitably Cox’s Bazar comes to mind with its pristine beaches and tropical climate, however if you are looking for places to visit as a couple, there are quite a few that will make sure you will have a serene getaway with your spouse. Here are the top 5 places in Bangladesh that you can visit with your partner.
Mirsharai upazila, nestled in the heart of Chattogram, is a sanctuary for tired souls when the monotony of life becomes a little too overwhelming. Although not yet a hot tourist spot like Cox’s Bazar or Sylhet, Mirsharai began attracting visitors when its green landscapes, serene lakes, and beautiful waterfalls ‘went viral’ on social media a few years ago.
Monsoon season in Dhaka has its glorious moments, but often, that is overshadowed by the sheer inconvenience it causes such as floods and out-of-control traffic. However, once you decide to travel out of town, you will be met with destinations that has mesmerising sights. Be it going on road trips or visiting popular tourist places, capturing photos and short videos for Instagram is something we all enjoy doing.
Travellers were undeterred by the ongoing heatwave or higher accommodation and transport costs as tourist destinations across Bangladesh were bustling with activity during the recent holiday centring Eid-ul-Fitr.
Although it is not among the first names to cross our minds when we think of travelling within the country, there are quite a few places to visit in Cumilla. From historical places to religious sites, here are the top 5 places you must visit while in Cumilla.