Bangladesh As a Tourist Country

Bangladesh, almost completely surrounded by India, is quite fresh as a tourist destination. Overpopulated Bangladesh has unspoilt nature and large mangrove forests.

According to countryaah, Bangladesh is a country in South Asia bordering India and Myanmar. To the south, Bangladesh is bordered by the Gulf of Bengal. Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world and, despite its small size, is among the ten most populous countries in the world. Bangladesh, despite its improved economic outlook, is still classified as a developing country.

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Bangladesh is located in a weather-prone estuary

Bangladesh is located in the Kravu Turnpike in a fertile estuary formed by three rivers. Bangladesh has become known especially as a destination for adventure travel and it is a suitable destination for the open-minded traveler.

Bangladesh’s most famous destinations include the capital Dhaka, the Sundarbans mangrove forest and the world’s longest natural sandy beach, Cox’s Bazar.

Mild in winter, humid in summer

Bangladesh is located in a tropical climate. Bangladeshi winters are mild from October to February, summers hot and humid from March to May. From May to October, Bangladesh has a monsoon season.

Bangladesh experiences tornadoes, cyclones and floods almost every year. The best travel times are mild winters, when daytime temperatures rise to about 25 degrees, and early spring.

Adventure in the mangrove forest

The Sundarbans mangrove forest is one of the most famous natural sites in the country. A Bangladeshi city break can be spent in Dhaka and a beach holiday at Cox’s Bazar, for example. Bangladesh is a very affordable destination.

Travel thoughtfully in Bangladesh

All necessary vaccinations should be provided before traveling to Bangladesh. Bangladesh is generally not a dangerous travel destination, but there are occasional terrorist activities in the country. The biggest risks in Bangladesh are pickpocketing and occasional robberies against tourists.

Bangladesh is a Muslim state and local customs should be taken into account in behavior and dress. For example, it is not good for a tourist to dress too revealingly, even at a beach resort. It is especially good for a woman traveling alone to find out the rules in advance. English is widely spoken in Bangladesh.


Flying through India to Bangladesh

There are no direct flights from Finland to Bangladesh. The cheapest is to fly to Bangladesh via Calcutta, India, for example. Flight prices depend on the number of stopovers, but on average prices range from 800 to 2000 euros.

There are three international airports in Bangladesh: Osmani International in Sylhet, Patenga in Chittagong and Zia International Airport in Dhaka, which is the most popular of the airports. Bangladesh can also be arrived by land from India. There are several border crossing points, but there may be border crossing fees involved.

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Cheap hotels and accommodation in Bangladesh

Short for BD by abbreviationfinder, Bangladesh offers both top quality hotels and lesser quality hostels teeming with cockroaches.

The price level in Bangladesh is very affordable. A modest hostel room can be obtained for a couple of euros. You have to pay more for higher quality accommodation, but in general you can get a room with a good average level for about 10-15 euros. There are also great hotels in Bangladesh where prices range from hundreds of euros.

Take a boat or bus

Traveling by bus in Bangladesh is cheap but often uncomfortable. A more comfortable but slower option than a bus trip is to travel by train.

Due to the rivers and tributaries that cross the land, boats are a considerable means of movement. For example, there are regular boat connections from Dhaka and other cities to other destinations.

There are many options for commuting in urban cities, including rickshaws, motorcycles, scooters, tractors and taxis. Traveling is affordable and the price should be agreed in advance.


The capital of Dhaka

The capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka is a human-rich city where you can spend a city break in a Bangladeshi way.

In Dhaka, located in the central part of the country, you can learn about the history, culture and present of Bangladesh. Attractions in Dhaka include the old part of the city. Dhaka also has many hotels and restaurants.

Local beach resort Cox´s Bazar

Bangladesh’s most famous beach destination is Cox’s Bazar in the northeast of the country. Cox’s Bazar has many large hotels and is a popular holiday and excursion destination especially among Bangladeshis.

Cox’s Bazar Beach is the longest natural and continuous sandy beach in the world. It is 120 kilometers long.

Sundarbans mangrove forest

Located along the meandering Rupshajoki River in the northwest, Khulna is a popular starting point for adventure and exploration trips. Khulna is often directed especially to Sundarbans, which covers a large part of the country’s coast.

Sundarbans is the world’s largest mangrove forest, inhabited by, among other things, Indian tigers.