There is a reason why Bangladesh has in recent times become a trending hub for tourists the world over. It is also the same reason why local tourists have discovered the hidden gem within their coasts. And this probably has something to do with the amazing natural beauty of this country. There is so much to attract tourists, both local and foreign and there is no doubt that the natural friendliness of the people is also another major attraction.
Home to a whopping five of the World Heritage Sites, Bangladesh is a country that is steeped in culture and history with several archaeological sites. There’s also the fact that it boasts of the longest sea beach which is both natural and unbroken. So if you want to stroll along the beach or simply soak in the sunshine, you can comfortably do both here.
Some of the tourists’ attractions include the Shat Gombuj Mosque which is in Bagerhat and made famous for all eighty-one of its domes. Founded in the 15th Century by the Muslim Saint Khan Jahan Ali, it continues to draw in numerous tourists for its beauty and what it represents spiritually. There is also the Sundarban Forest, which is the largest Mangrove forest in the world and is also home to the Royal Bengal Tiger. Then, there are lots of exotic and ancient archaeological sites including the Mahasthangarh in Borga and the Shona Mosque, which was built in 1493.
Without a doubt, Bangladesh is a place to explore. If you would like to visit this intriguing country, get in touch with us today to book cheap worldwide flights.