Beauty in Bangladesh:
Bangladesh is the mother of natural beauty. You can enjoy the longest natural sea beach, mangrove forests, picturesque landscape, rolling tea gardens, enchanting colorful tribal life, innocent rural life, seasonal variations, distinctly different topography, tangy and spicy flavored foods, historical mosques, hill tracks, huge traffics, chaotic cities, busy city life, forest walks, delightful festivals, enriching cultures and much more attractions only in Bangladesh in the world.
Bangladesh is a low situated, riverine country in South-East Asia. She has a largely marshy jungle alongside coastline of 710 km on the northern shore of the Bay of Bengal. Hills in the Chittagong Hill Tracts in the southeast and the Sylhet division in the northeast are waiting for your exploration eye to be discovered. She also has six seasons but tropical monsoon climate characterized by seasonal rainfall.
Most Natural Attraction in Bangladesh:
There is a number of tourist spot to enjoy in Bangladesh. You can be relished by Cox’s Bazar, St. Martin’s Island, Bandarban District, Jatiya Sangshad, Somapura Mahavihara, Jaflong, Bisarakandi, Ratargul, Sundarbans, Mosque City of Bagerhat, Architecture, Religious, Ancient ruins, Mahastangar, Behula Lakshindar Basor Ghor, Kantajew Temple, Varendra Research Museum, Bagha Mosque, Kuakata Beach, Lawachara National Park, Madhabkunda waterfall, Rangamati, Khagrachari District, Patenga beach, Foy’s Lake, Heritage Park, Ethnological Museum of Chittagong, WWII cemetery and Circuit House, Lalbagh Fort, Ahsan Manzil, Shaheed Minar, Jatiyo Smriti Soudho, Wildlife in Bangladesh, Hill stations, Lakes, Beaches, Islands, Tourism campaign films, Shopping etc.
The longest sea beach in the world. It is the most attracted tourist spot for its wide and long sandy beach. This natural unbroken sandy beach is 125 km long with a gentle slope.
The largest mangrove forest in the world. In the south-western part, mainly the Khulna Division, there is the Sundarbans, only the largest mangrove forest. Here only in the world, you will find the largest reserve of Royal Bengal Tiger. The Sundarbans is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Paharpur Buddhist Vihara:
The village contains the ruins of a Buddhist monastery which is called Somapura Mahavihara in the ancient Buddhist World. It is now a World Cultural Heritage.
At the different points of its slope there lie a number of older structural ruined pertaining to the temple, stupa and vihara. Here you can also enjoy the Hindu and Buddhist sculptures, ornaments, potteries, metallic utensils, metallic coins, objects of daily use, terracotta plaques, carved bricks, seals and ceilings, copper plates etc.
This fabulously embellished temple has the lavishly decorated with different scenes as described in the two Hindu Great Epics, various Hindu divinities, contemporary social life and floral cum geometric theme.
This site has the impoverished salvage of a brick-built Buddhist monastery.
It is the representation of the wreckage of an ancient city. Inside the fort, the remnants of temples, stupas, mosques, tombs and residential complexes are still laid at random.
This archeological structure reminds the hundred years of Mughals vigorous rule and their successive Governors and princely Viceroys who ruled the province. It adorns with many magnificent palaces, fortifications, mosques, tombs and Katras often surrounded with beautifully laid out gardens and pavilions.
Sonargaon Panam City is also known as “the lost city” a historic place of older than around 400-500 years. This Golden City built a combination of the Indo-European architectural styles.
Bangladesh is a place known for natural beauty. The country is favored with natural scenic excellence which draws in the tourists. She is blessed with lovely legacy and historical value. To make the best utilization of the natural blessing, the nation has created facilities of modern hotels, motels, rest houses, youth inns, restaurants and also current methods of communication, are accessible at all tourist spots. So, let’s come to visit Bangladesh.