Foys Lake is a beautiful artificial lake which is in the heart of Chittagong, Bangladesh. This serene body of water is a popular destination for both locals and tourists because it is encircled by lush vegetation and majestic hills. Foys Lake offers a variety of getaway options, whether you’re looking for a peaceful escape or […]
Tanguar Haor is a freshwater howl and a popular tourist spot in Bangladesh. It is a stunning lake in the Sunamganj district of Bangladesh, close to the Meghalaya border of India. The haor covers an area of about 100 square kilometers and encompasses an array of wetlands, grasslands, and bayous. This vast lake is a […]
Introduction Chittagong, officially known as Chattogram, is a port city and the cultural capital of Bangladesh. It is the second-largest city in the country. It is situated on the banks of the Karnaphuli River and is the largest seaport in the country. With its rich cultural heritage, natural beauty, and abundance of tourist attractions, Chittagong […]
Sajek Valley is one of the most popular tourist spots in Bangladesh. The valley is located in Baghaichari Upazila, Rangamati. This valley is about 1800 feet above sea level. The name “Sajek Valley” came from the Sajek river which flows from the Karnafuli river. The natural beauty of Sajek valley There are lots of places […]
Introduction Saint Martin Island, locally known as Narikel Jinjira, is the only coral island in Bangladesh. It is the southernmost union of Bangladesh situated in 120 km away from the Cox’s Bazar city, and 9 km or 5 nautical miles from Teknaf coastline. Narikel Jinjira means the chain of coconuts. The name results from this […]
Cox’s Bazar, the tourism capital of Bangladesh, is known for its sea beaches and natural resources. The city owns the longest unbroken coastline in the world, locally known as Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach. It is the Southernmost district of Bangladesh. Cox’s Bazar town has an area of around 9.034 Square miles. The city was previously […]
For a 50-year-old country, Bangladesh is doing better than most. In the present, this country thrives on being the best, leaving its other part (Pakistan) behind. Bangladesh has crossed Pakistan in every economic indicator in the last 50 years. UN considers Bangladesh among the next eleven emerging economies of the world.