Bangladesh, too, like any other country has a few signature sites that every traveller must keep on his list. If you go to Bangladesh and come back without visiting them, it will be like going to Agra and not seeing the Taj.
This is a small town on the side of the sea in the Chittagong Division. The locals call it by the name Panowa, too. It offers you a 125km long pristine sandy beach. Close to the beach is the famous monastery called Aggmeda Khyang. You can shop for plenty of handicraft and cigars here.
This is the only coral island in the small country. It stretches over an area of 8kms. It was originally called Zajira but the British renamed it Saint Martin. You can watch beautiful sunrises and sunsets here and also check out the sea turtle hatchery. Sign up for scuba diving or just take a walk on the beach.
It is located in the southern corner of the nation. It is a sandy beach which offers travellers some of the most panoramic sunsets. The Eco park, Seema Temple, and Misripara Buddhist Temple are close by and are very popular.
It literally means a beautiful forest and that’s what it is. It is one of the biggest mangrove forest in the world. It is UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger.
The name literally suggests a dam made by monkeys. It is located in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. A fascinating location, which is loaded with natural beauty. Buddha Dhatu Jadi, the largest Buddhist temple of the country, is also located here. It also offers many other attractions to choose from.
It is also referred to as the ‘Lake City’ of the country. Every tourist that comes to this country makes it a point to go here. You can see the hanging bridge, the indigenous museum and many other attractions here.