Bangladesh is country full of green and nature spread almost every corner of its land mark. People of this country go to visit its different beautiful places to have a break from the clustered city life. The findings of a survey on the present condition of Bangladesh’s tourist sector have been issued by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS). BBS considers persons who have spent more than one night out while travelling as tourists, according to the study. The ‘Tourism Satellite Account’ study offers data on the number of visitors in the nation and their travel costs, as well as the tourism sector’s contribution to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). Some of the tourism is also a place for the golfers to enjoy their time by playing golf in different golf course location of our country. It is a win win factor for them because they can enjoy both the nature of the place and also can experience the different golf course spread around the country.
Bangladesh National Zoo, Dhaka
Trying to get close to the wild life is a very risky thing to do and staying in the city it is also a tough thing see. But who doesn’t want to see the wild life of our country specially the rowel Bengal tiger the national animal of your country. The forest’s tiger-lion has arrived in the cage and has been given the name Bahari. Togger and Belly are the Bengal Tiger couple’s names, while Falguni is a hippopotamus. Visitors come to the National Zoo in Mirpur to watch them throughout the year. The 17-acre zoo, which includes two lakes, is home to 3,000 creatures representing more than 100 species. Before the corona illness, the typical daily visiting count was around 12,000 people.
The beauty of the Sundarbans attracts the nature and animal lovers of the country all the time. So tourists from all over the country flock to see the mangrove forest Sundarbans by the sea.
Rangamati is surrounded by natural features like as mountains, rivers, lakes, and waterfalls. Rangamati is also home to several ethnic groups. Tourists visit Kaptai Lake, Hanging Bridge, Rajban Bihar and other tourist destinations in the district headquarters throughout the year.
Bangladesh Folk and Handicraft Museum, Sonargaon, Narayanganj
The government established the Bangladesh Folk and Crafts Foundation in Sonargaon in 1975 on the initiative of Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin to preserve develop and promote the glorious aspects of folk art in Bangladesh. Preserved here are about five thousand traditional handicrafts made by artisans from different parts of the country.
Sajek Valley, Rangamati
Although Sajek valley is located in Baghaichhari upazila of Rangamati, one has to go through Khagrachhari. Anagona Sajek is given a different dimension by the white clouds on the top of the hill. Hundreds of resorts and cottages have been built here for tourists.
Tourists go to Bandarban to immerse themselves in the serene beauty of the mountain peaks and Jhuri springs. On the bus, Bandarban is eight hours from Dhaka, two hours from Chittagong, and three hours from Cox’s Bazar. You may also take a six-hour bus travel from Rangamati to reach there. The Buddhist temple of Bangladesh, the Buddha Dhatu Jadi, is located near Balaghata, 4 kilometers from the town. Every year, a large number of visitors visit this location. This Theravada Buddhist temple is built entirely in the manner of Southeast Asia and holds Bangladesh’s second biggest Buddha statue. Another popular tourist destination is the Shoilo Propat waterfall in Milanchari. The extremely noteworthy Rajvihar (royal vihar) in Jadipara and the Ujanipara Bhihar are among the several Buddhist temples, known as kyang in local dialect, and bhihars in the town. Bawm villages in the Chimbuk area, as well as Mru villages a bit farther out, are both within a day’s drive of the town. More locations of interest are Prantik Lake, Jibannagar, and Kyachlong Lake. For visitors, a boat trip on the Shangu River is one of the primary attractions.
Sreemangal is an upazila in the Moulvibazar District of Bangladesh’s Sylhet Division. It is in the district’s southwest corner, bordering the Habiganj District to the west and the Indian state of Tripura to the south. Sreemangal is known as Bangladesh’s “tea capital” because of its extensive tea plantations. In addition to tea, the upazila has rubber, pineapple, timber, betel, and lemon businesses. In addition to the green tea garden in Srimangal, there are many places of interest, as well as a number of quality resorts with five star hotels. Srimangal is the fourth most popular tourist destination of the year.
Kuakata in Patuakhali is a rare beach to enjoy sunrise and sunset from the same place. The place is number three in the list of tourist favorites. For Hindu and Buddhist cultures, Kuakata is a sacred site. Thousands of worshippers flock here during the ‘Rush Purnima’ and ‘Maghi Purnima’ festivals. Pilgrims bathe in the holy waters of the bay and attend traditional festivals on these days. A 100-year-old Buddhist temple with a Goutama Buddha statue and two 200-year-old wells may be visited.
Many people rushed to Patenga beach in Chittagong with their families to see the dreamy light of the setting sun or to breathe in the fresh air. Tourists have also increased due to beautification in the five kilometer area of the beach.
Most of the tourists of the country visit Cox’s Bazar. Cox’s Bazar is also called the ‘Tourism Capital’ for this reason. Tourists flock here all year round to soak their feet in the salt water of the world’s longest beach. The Teknaf-Cox’s Bazar Marine Drive road is also a favorite destination for adventurers. Besides, there are various tourist and entertainment centers in Cox’s Bazar.