A Guide to Explore the Beautiful Bangladesh

Posted: 9 Dec,15 on
Explore the Beautiful Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a South Asian nation of luxuriant greenery and numerous waterways. It’s Padma, Meghna and Jamuna Rivers make fruitful alluvial fields. On the southern coast, the Sundarbans, a tremendous mangrove forest, is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger.

 

Here we listed some important things you must do or see in the Beautiful Bangladesh.

 

Bangladesh

 

Historical Places:

If you visit Bangladesh, there are a lot of things to do. You can explore the historical places of Bangladesh. Bangladesh is enriched with natural beauties and historical establishments. It has its two thousand years history. Below are the list of most famous Historical places of Bangladesh.

  1. Ahsan Manzil – Dhaka
  2. Central Shaheed Minar at Dhaka
  3. Curzon Hall, University of Dhaka
  4. The tomb of Bibi Pari, located in the center of Lalbagh Fort, Dhaka
  5. Shah Paran Darga Sharif, Sylhet
  6. Hazrat Shahjalal Mazar Sharif, Sylhet
  7. The Gour Gobinda Fort, Sylhet
  8. Shat Gumbad/Gambuj Mosque, Bagerhat, Khulna
  9. Mainamati, famous Buddhist archaeological site, Comilla
  10. Mahasthangarh, Bogra
  11. Paharpur Buddhist temple, Naogaon
  12. Kantajew Temple, Dinajpur
  13. Liberation War Museum, Dhaka

Historical Places of Bangladesh

Most Attractive Places in Bangladesh:

Bangladesh is a natural beauty. Along with the nature, there are lots of temples, national memorial monuments are the main attraction of Bangladesh. Explore the list below:

 

  1. Baitul Mukarram Mosque
  2. Dhakeshwari Temple
  3. National Martyrs’ Memorial monument “Jatiyo Sriti Shoudho”.
  4. The National Parliament House
  5. National Museum
  6. Sundarban, Khulna
  7. The longest beach in the world, Cox’s Bazar
  8. Coral Island, St. Martin’s Island
  9. Boga Lake, Bandarban
  10. Nilgiri, Bandarban
  11. Nilachal, Bandarban
  12. Jaflong, Sylhet City
  13. Madhabkunda Waterfall, Sylhet
  14. Kuakata, Potuakhali
  15. Lowacherra National Park (Sreemangal), Sylhet
  16. Bichnakandi, Sylhet
  17. Ratargul Swamp Forest, Sylhet
  18. Sajek Valley, Khagrachari
  19. Inani Beach, Cox’s Bazar
  20. Kaptai Lake, Chittagong
  21. Alutila Cave, Khagrachari
  22. Sangu River, Bandarban
  23. Parjatan Hanging Bridge, Rangamati
  24. Patenga Beach, Chittagong City
  25. Shuvolong Waterfalls, Rangamati
  26. Himchori, Cox’s Bazar
  27. Karnaphuli River, Chittagong City
  28. Neval Beach, Chittagong City
  29. Foy’s Lake, Chittagong City
  30. Richhang Falls, Khagrachari
  31. Dulahazra Safari Park, Chittagong City

Most Attractive Places in Bangladesh

Fair & Festival:

Fair & Festival is a common Bangladeshi specialty, held throughout the year with great zeal and zest. If you are in Bangladesh, you must see the most common religious, traditional, national and tribal festivals all over the year. Let’s check the most common festivals:

 

  1. Eid-ul-Fitr
  2. Eid-ul-Azha
  3. Durga Puja
  4. Holi festival
  5. Buddha Purnima
  6. Christmas
  7. Independence Day (on 26th March)
  8. Victory Day (on 16th December)
  9. International Mother Language Day (on 21st February)
  10. National Mourning Day (15th August)
  11. Pahela Baishakh
  12. Dubla Rash Mela
  13. Shakrain Festival
  14. Lalon Mela
  15. Fair of Ashwin Sankranti
  16. Fair of Ghoshbila
  17. Kothin Chibor Dan Utsab
  18. Langalbandh Fair
  19. Shib Chaturdashi Fair
  20. Gurpukur Fair
  21. Golakandail Fair
  22. Fair of Adinath
  23. Rabindra & Nazrul Jayanti
  24. Amor Ekushey Boi Mela (Book Fair)

Fair & Festival

Food Habits and Varieties of Bangladesh:

Each nation has its own tradition of nourishment’s. Bangladesh has likewise the same. In the feeling of nourishment practice, Bangladesh is influenced by the territorial varieties of her history. Let’s check the Food Habits and Varieties of Bangladesh:

  1. Breakfast:
  • Paratha
  • Naan
  • Bean curry
  • Vegetables
  • Omelet

Breakfast

 

  1. Lunch & Dinner:
  • Rice
  • Beef curry
  • Fish curry
  • Chicken curry
  • Shrimp curry
  • Lentil soup
  • Red leaf curry
  • Mix vegetables
  • Bhorta (mashed vegetables or dried fish with spices)
  • Grilled Chicken
  • Biriyani
  • Boorhani
  • Khichuri
  • Shish Kebab

Lunch & Dinner

 

  1. Desert:
  • Semai
  • Faluda
  • Yoghurt
  • Sweets etc.

Desert

 

  1. Beverages:
  • Prepared tea (Most popular)
  • Lassi
  • Sugarcane juice
  • Lime and date juice
  • Green coconut water

Beverage

 

  1. Snacks:
  • Singara
  • Fuchka
  • Somosa
  • Chotpoti
  • Pitha
  • Jilapi
  • Pyaju
  • Halim
  • Chop
  • Chow mein

Snacks

Traditional Attire of Bangladesh:

Traditional Attire of Bangladesh is variegated in its nature and also unique as compared to other neighboring countries. Bangladeshi woman wear sharee (National wear), Salwar kameez, Frock etc. Mens most common wearing’s are Punjabi, lungi, shirt, t-shirts, jeans. Girls use nose pierce after getting married and also use mehedi, churi, teep in different festivals.

 

Souvenirs:

You can take souvenirs like local snacks or traditional crafts from Bangladesh by strolling around shopping centers, take look at stores besides streets. Let’s find unique Bangladeshi souvenirs:

  1. Food items:
  • Tea bags
  • Chanachur
  • Jhal muri
  • Lassi can
  • Mango juice bottle
  • Mango bar packet
  • Mango candy
  • Aachar (Bangladeshi pickle)
  • Spice mix
  • Biscuits

 

  1. Traditional Items:
  • Nokshi katha
  • Gamcha (thin cotton towel)
  • Pakha (Traditional fan)
  • Jute Bag
  • Coaster with Nokshi katha design
  • Small rickshaw toy
  • Accessory box
  • Pottery
  • Mug cup with Bangla letter.
  • Bracelet
  • Soap
  • Mobile bag
  • Bag
  • Pen case
  • Book mark rickshaw design
  • T-shirt with rickshaw design
  • Scarf

 

By now, you might have a good idea about Bangladesh. If you are interested to know more, please check the Handbook by Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation. This will help you explore the beautiful Bangladesh with great images and excellent guidelines.


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