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Most Attractive Tourist Spot in Bangladesh


Golden sands - miles after miles, overlooked by genteel cliffs and awash with foaming waves, colorful conch shells, ponderous pagodas, delicious seafood- this is Cox's Bazar. The sea-side tourist township of Bangladesh boasting the world's longest (120km) unbroken beach sloping gently down into the blue water of the Bay of Bengal- Cox's Bazar is one of the most attractive tourist spots of the country. To north of Cox's Bazar is Chittagong and the hill districts of Bandarban and Khagrachhari, to the east is Myanmar, to the west and south is the Bay of Bengal. Photo Gallery

St. Martin Island

Forty-eight kilometers from Teknaf, St. Martin's is the country's only coral island and an unspoilt paradise. Named Narikel Jinjira (Coconut Island) by the locals, the dumbbell shaped St.Martin's has an area of only 8 sq. km. which reduces to about 5 sq. km. and in places from 1-4 meters during high tide. The Cox's Bazar Holiday Complex of Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation on the island is an shore tourist resort having comfortable accommodation, catering, sightseeing and other facilities. The beauty of the setting-sun behind the waves of the sea is simply captivating. Locally made cigars and handloom products of the tribal Rakhyne families are good buys. Located at a distance of 152 km. south of Chittagong, Cox's Bazar is connected both by air and road from Dhaka and Chittagong. Visit to the fascinating picnic spots at Himchari and Teknaf, the Buddhist Temple at Ramu and nearby islands of Sonadia and St. Martin's, Inani Beach and Moheshkhali are certain to become unforgettable experiences for every visitor. Photo Gallery


Kuakata is one of the rarest places which has the unique beauty of offering the full view of the rising and setting of crimson sun in the water of the Bay of Bengal in a calm environment. That perhaps makes Kuakata one of the world's unique beaches. The long and wide beach at Kuakata has a typical natural setting. This sandy beach has gentle slopes into the Bay of Bengal and bathing there is as pleasant as is walking or diving. Innumerable devotees arrive here at the festival of 'Rush Purnima' and 'Maghi Purnima'. On these two days they take holy bath and traditional fairs are held here. All these additional offers to panoramic beauty make the beach more attractive to the visitors. One should visit Kuakata and discover the lovely grace of Bangladesh. Photo Gallery

SUNDARBAN - Royal Bengal Tiger and Mangrove Forest

Located about 320 km. south-west of Dhaka and spread over an area of about 60000 sq, km of deltaic swamps along the coastal belt of Khulna, the Sundarbans is the world's biggest mangrove forest - the home of the Royal Bengal tiger. These dense mangrove forests are criss-crossed by a network of rivers and creeks. Here, tourists find tides flowing in two directions in the same creek and often tigers swimming across a river or huge crocodiles basking in the sun. Other wildlife of the region include the cheetahs, spotted deer, monkeys, pythons, wild bears and hyeanas. The forest is accessible by river from Khulna or Mongla. There are rest-houses for visitors to stay and enjoy the unspoiled beauty and splendour of the forest. UNESCO has decleared the Sundarban a world heritage site that it offers splendid opportunities for tourism. The main tourist spots inside the Sundarban include Hiron Point (Nilkamal), Katka and Tin Kona island. These places offer the best vantage points for watching tigers, deer, monkeys, crocodiles and birds. Another major attraction inside the Sundarban is Dublachar (island), a fishing village. Herds of spotted deer often come to graze here. Photo Gallery


Fringed by the Khasia and Jaintia hills to the north and the hills of Tripura to the south Sylhet is eventually one broad valley. The countryside is covered mostly with terraced tea estates, eye soothing orange groves and pineapple plantation and hills covered with tropical forest form a beautiful landscape. Most attractive visitor area are Serine of Hazrat Shah Jalal, Manipuri Dance, Adventure World, Sri Chaitanya Temple, Srimongal, Tamabil-Jaflong, Jaintiapur, Madhobkunda water falls, Keane Bridge, Lowacherra Forest Reserve etc. Photo Gallery

Rangamati - The lake district

Rangamati, located 77 km. away from Chittagong, is a favourite holiday resort because of its beautiful landscape, lake, numerous colourful tribes, hanging bridge, homespun textile products, ivory jewellery, tribal museum and so on. For tourists the attractions are fishing, speedboat cruising, water skiing, bathing and much more. It is a rare spot for ecotourism. The township is located on the western bank of Kaptai Lake. is a rare spot for ecotourism. The township is located on the western bank of Kaptai Lake. Photo Gallery

Bandarban - The roof of Bangladesh

Bandarban, the district headquarters of the Bandarban Hill District, is situated ninety-two km. from Chittagong. Bandarban is hometown of the Bhomang chief who is the head of the Mogh tribe. The simple and hospitable Moghs are of Myanmar origin and Buddhists by religion, jovial and carefree by nature. Bandarban is also the home of the Murangs who are famous for their music and dances. Several other tribes of great interest live in the remote areas of the district. The highest peak of Bangladesh-Tahjin dong (4632 ft)-is located in the Bandarban district. Photo Gallery

Khagrachhari - The hilltop town

Khagrachhari is the district headquarters of Khagrachhari Hill District. A drive of 112 km from Chittagong, by an all-weather metalled road through the green forest up hills down dales into the solitude of nature. Photo Gallery


The greater Mymensingh district stretches from the plains north of Dhaka to the Garo foothills that edge the northern border with India. Along the frontier line many tribes such as Garos, Hajongs and Kochis who are ethnically quite distinct from the people around them. Mymensingh has earned an important position in Bangla literature for its rich folklores and folk songs. On the road from Dhaka to Mymensingh there is a national park and game sanctuary at Madhupur about 160 km. from Dhaka. There are a number of reserve forests in the area with rest-houses and picnic spots. The famous painter Zainul Abedins Art Gallery at Mymensingh town is worth visiting. Photo Gallery

National Memorial

National Memorial Located at Savar, about 35 km from Dhaka, the national memorial was designed by architect Moinul Hossain. It is dedicated to the sacred memory of the millions of unknown martyrs' of the war of liberation in 1971. Photo Gallery

Central Shahid Minar

Central Shahid Minar Symbol of Bengali nationalism, this monument was built to commemorate the martyrs' of the historic language movement on 21st February, 1952. The day is also now observed as International Mother Language Day across the world. Hundreds and thousands of barefooted people with floral wreaths and bouquets gather at this monument from the first hour of 21st February every year to pay homage to the martyrs. Photo Gallery

Martyred Intellectual Memorial

Martyred Intellectual Memorial Located at Mirpur, the memorial was built to commemorate the intellectuals who were killed in 1971 by the Pakistan's occupation forces just two days ahead of the Victory Day. Photo Gallery

Suhrawardy Uddayan

Suhrawardy Uddayan At a stone throw distance from Dhaka Sheraton Hotel and stretching out Dhaka University campus and Bangla Academy, the Suhrawardy Uddyan, formely known as the race course, is a testament to our great historical achievement. It is here that the clarion call of independence of Bangladesh was declared on 7th March 1971 by Father of the Nation the great national leader Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and it is again here that the commander of the Pakistani Occupation forces surrendered on the 16th December 1971 to the joint command. Photo Gallery

Dhaka Zoo - View Diverse Wildlife in a Natural Environment

Dhaka Zoo - Located in the Mirpur section of the capital city of Bangladesh, the Dhaka Zoo is home to more than 2,000 animals from 165 species and is a popular place to spend the day, both for Bangladeshis and international visitors. Established in 1974, the Dhaka Zoo has been developed and improved over the years, and is widely considered to be one of the best zoos in Bangladesh, receiving hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Photo Gallery

Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden Located at Mirpur, near the Dhaka Zoo, a serene place away the main city, dazzling with nature's opulence. Spread over an area of 205 acres of land it has a collection of nearly 100 species of local and foreign plants. Outstanding attractions are the hundreds of varieties of roses, the multitude of types of bamboo in the bamboo groves, the sandal wood and old banyan trees. Photo Gallery

Natore - Dighapatiya Rajbari (Palace)

Natore lies about 40 km. from Rajshahi and is an old seat of the Maharajah of Dighapatiya, now serving as the Uttara Ganabhaban (The Official northern region residance of the President of the Republic). The palace has large, spacious grounds and is surrounded by a fine moat. The palace has well-equipped guest-house, an imposing gateway and a fine garden decorated with statues of white marble. Photo Gallery


By far the most spectacular Buddhist monuments, discovered in regular excavation is the gigantic temple and monastery at Paharpur in the Noagoan district. Architecturally and historically Paharpur Vihara is a treasured heritage of the world. It has been identified from a set of inscribed clay seals, as the reputed Somapura Vihara, of the great Pala emperor Dharmapala. It is the single largest Vihara south of the Himalayas. This immense quadrangular monastery with 177 monastic cells enclosing the courtyard, its elaborate northern gateway and numerous votive stupas, minor chapels and extensive ancillary buildings within the 22 acre courtyard, is dominated by a lofty pyramidal temple in the centre. A site museum houses the representative collections of objects recovered from the area. The excavated finds have also been preserved at the Varendra Research Museum at Rajshahi. Photo Gallery

World War II Cemetery

World War II CemeteryIn this well-preserved cemetery,in Chittagong lie burried over 700 soldiers from Commonwealth countries and Japan, who died during the Second World War. Photo Gallery

Puthia Rajbari

Puthia Temple Complex consists of a cluster of notable old Hindu temples in Puthia Upazila, Rajshahi Division, Bangladesh. Located 23 km to the east of Rajshahi city, it has the largest number of historic temples in Bangladesh. The temples were built by Hindu Zamindars Rajas of the Puthia Raj family who were noted philanthropists of Rajshahi. The temples have been built in terracotta in a variety of styles combining the typical Jor Bangla Architecture with other influences. Photo Gallery

Rabindranath Tagore Kuthibari

Rabindranath Tagore Kuthibari About 75 km. from Pabna town. It is also a historical place connected with the frequent visits of poet Rabindranath Tagore. Photo Gallery

Shait Gombudge Mosque, Bagerhat

Among the many surviving monuments of the Khan Jahan style and undo-ubtedly the most magnificent and the largest brick mosque in Bangladesh, is the Shait Gombudge mosque which means'60-domed Mosque'. During the mid-15th century, a Muslim colony was founded near the sea coast- what is now known as the Bagerhat district by a saint named Ulugh Khan Jahan. He was the earliest torch bearer of Islam to the south. He laid the nucleus of an affluent city during the reign of Sultan Nasiruddin Mahmud Shah (1442-1452) at Bagerhat which was then known as Khalifatabad. Photo Gallery

Ahsan Manzil

Situated on the bank of the river Buriganga near Wiseghat, this stately monument was originally built in 1872 by Nawab Abdul Ghani, as a palace on the site of an old French Factory and it was named after his son Nawab Ahsanullah Bahadur. It was heavily damaged by the devastating tornado of 1888 but was later reconstructed completely with substantial alterations to its original appearance. This two storeyed grand palace with a broad picturesque river front stands on a high podium, of which the central part is crowned by a lofty dome. An imposing flight of steps from the river-side leads directly to the prominently projecting ground triple-arched portal of the second storey. Today's renovated Ahsan Manzil turned into a museum is a monument of immense historical value. Ahsan Manzil is just a short drive from downtown Dhaka Photo Gallery