Greenery abounds, as do rolling slopes. Bangladesh, one of Asia's most enigmatic and lovely countries, vibrates with Muslim call to prayer as well as Buddhist hymns. Bangladesh is India's neighbor, although it is less developed and has a more relaxed culture.
The country has had a turbulent history, first under British rule and then under Pakistani rule. When you think that all of this occurred in the twentieth century, it only goes to illustrate how chaotic Bangladesh's recent history has been. As a result, it provides a glimpse into real life for those seeking an unadulterated view of the region.
Bangladesh's people are known for being kind and inviting, and the nation is rich with cultural delights, from the tea-covered mountains of Srimangal to the beautiful golden beaches of Cox's Bazar, the world's third longest coastline. Other attractions include bustling cities like as Dhaka and rural paradises such as the Sundarbans National Park.
The top sites to visit in Bangladesh are as follows: