Recently I’ve got a copy of the Lonely Planet travel guide 2008 edition. It suggest the travelers to spend 2 days to see the Dhaka city. Might be handy for the travelers who have that time to spend here.
A nice video of the “Sixty Dome Mosque” or “Shat Gombuj Masjid”, located at Bagerhat in Bangladesh. This 15th century mosque is a UNESCO world heritage site.
An excellent documentary on the largest mangrove forest of the world – Sundarbans, in south-west Bangladesh. A team of wildlife experts exploring the forest and many of its wildlife.
Recently Bangladesh tourism board has released an wonderful video named “Beautiful Bangladesh” in the occasion of world cup cricket of which Bangladesh is a co-host. This video shows every tourist spot in the beautiful Bangladesh, and every way you can have lots of fun here.
If you ever have necessity to send any fax to all the national daily newspapers of Bangladesh, this post could be handy for you. Here you’ll find the fax and phone numbers of all of them.
Sonargaon is the ancient capital of Isa Khan’s kingdom in Bengal. It is located near the current-day city of Narayanganj. Part of the capital is now saved as the “Lokshilpo Jadughar” or “Folk arts & crafts museum” – a place worth visit in your Dhaka tour.
Bhasani Novotheater is the only Planetarium in Bangladesh located at the Bijay Sarani in Dhaka. This is a modern space center built by the ministry of science and IT. This building is another unique architecture in Bangladesh.
Tourists in Bangladesh frequently ask for a budget hotel recommendation in Dhaka which is safe and provide good service. We list some of them here.
Latest time-table of the rocket service with details of fare and advance ticket booking. Updated regularly.
Bangladesh is a very beautiful country. During monsoon, everything becomes so green. Visiting country side during this time could be a nice opportunity to freshen the mind and soul. Here are some photograph of a country side area of Bangladesh during monsoon.
Bangladesh is a Muslim country. Alcohol is available here but not as widespread as other places around the region. Drinking alcohol is prohibited, and generally not accepted here. But there are some places where it is possible to purchase alcohol for the foreigners.