Bangladesh is a country of abundant nature, with rich culture and history ranging from beaches to forests and springs. While traveling through its beauty, do not travel to these 10 fascinating cities.
Located in the Chittagong Division, Cox’s Bazar, sometimes referred to as Panowa, is a beautiful seaside town with the longest unbroken sandy beach not only in the country, but in the world. The 75 miles of stunning beaches are the main reason why Cox’s Market is one of the most famous tourist hot spots in Bangladesh. But there is more to this beautiful fishing town. Aggmeda Khyang is a magnificent Buddhist monastery that tourists can visit. Beautiful local handicrafts and homemade cigars are also a specialty of local vendors.
Sonargaon, located about 18 miles from the current capital city, is the former capital of Bangladesh. Various dynastic rulers have contributed to make it an attractive city, its rich history is reflected in the historical architecture and culture of Sonargaon. Sonargaon is also home to stunning gardens, a great folk arts and crafts museum and the royal palace and is worth an afternoon stroll.
Located in Rajshahi Division, Bogra is one of the oldest and most attractive cities in Bangladesh. Many of its popular attractions bring in both foreign and domestic visitors in increasing numbers. The most interesting place to visit is the ancient archaeological site which dates back to the 3rd century, and is known as Mahasthalgarh.The remaining sites are predominantly Buddhist, although some are Hindu and Muslim as well. Bogra also has a stunning temple and palace.
A trip to Bangladesh would not be complete without a visit to the country’s cultural, economic and educational center: the capital Dhaka. It is the center of almost everything going on in Bangladesh, and city visits include the National Monument, Parliament House, Gulabi Mahal, Lalbagh Fort, Balagha Gardens, Hatir Jhel Lake and Maynamati Ruins.
Mymensingh is a stunning city with 200 years of political history and culture. Situated by the beautiful Brahmaputra River, Mymensingh offers many cultural, historical and natural sights, and some of the best picnic spots. Tourists can roam the orchids or strawberry orchards, visit the adventure park at Ghajini, enjoy a boat ride on the historic Jalchhatra Oe River. The city is also where a Bengali serene, famous handmade carnival is built.
Sylhet is situated on the banks of the Surma River. As one of the most prosperous and easily accessible places in Bangladesh, Sylhet continuously attracts tourists coming to enjoy the beautiful natural landscapes of the city, including hills, rivers, lakes, tea gardens, rain forests and There are waterfalls, which surround their pleasant urban areas.
Khulna is the third largest city in Bangladesh, located close to Chittagong and Dhaka and provides access to the famous Sundarbans; The largest mangrove forest in the world; Home of the beautiful Royal Bengal Tiger. Khulna has one of the oldest ports in the country, where travelers can also go.
The monarchy is now an education and tourism center, but in the day, it used to be an important center for silk production, which was sold worldwide. Tourists still visit the monarchy, which today comes to buy many beautiful markets of the state. The monarchy’s climate is also suitable for growing certain types of fruits, meaning visitors can enjoy fragrant mangoes and lychees while they are roaming the city.
Paharpur is a small village close to the Jamalganj train station, where the remains of an important Buddhist monastery have been excavated. Dating back to the 8th century, this ancient monastery called Somapura Mahavihara occupies 27 acres of land and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A museum on the site also displays a collection of visitors so that visitors can get a better picture of life in the early days.
Bandarban is one of the most beautiful places in the whole of Bangladesh and is easily accessible from any major city. The lake and waterfall on the side give it a real feeling of serenity. Apart from these stunning natural landscapes, there are many Buddhist temples around the city. The most important of these is the Buddha Metal Jadi, where you will find the second largest Buddha statue in the country.