In recent years Bangladesh is getting well-deserved attention among the tourist community. A mix of fascinating history, vibrant cultures, scenic attractions, historical ruins, sandy sea beaches, hills and forests, and wildlife, is waiting to welcome you. 

Map of Bangladesh

Being surrounded by India and Myanmar the country is becoming a side trip destination not only from those countries but also from Nepal, Bhutan, and Thailand.

The longest sandy beach in the Bay of Bengal, adventure in Chittagong Hill Tracks, trekking through UNESCO World Heritage site Sundarbans, the largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, 200+ years old fantastic fishing tradition in the southern rivers, experiencing village life & people and many more exciting activities will definitely make your trip an enjoyable one.

Bangladesh is magical and still vastly natural. I am posting some of the photographs from my recent visits to set the pathway to my blog posts on this amazing country.

People’s Republic of Bangladesh


Capital: Dhaka

Population: 162 million

Area: 143,998 sq km (55,598 sq miles)

Major language: Bengali

Major religion: Islam, Hinduism

Life expectancy: 69 years (men), 70 years (women)

Currency: Taka (1 US4 = Tk 84 (approx)

True Bangladesh

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1. Spotted Deer in the Sundarbans a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Early morning view of Sundarban, Bangladesh

2. St. Martin’s Island about 10 km south-west off the coast 

Fishing Boats
Fishing boats in the bay of Bengal

3. Experience Village Life

Faces of the country

4. Experience a traditional boat ride in the countryside.

Daily life in a village in Bangladesh

5. The longest sandy beach in the Bay of Bengal

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Beautiful beach in Cox’s Bazar

6. Jatiyo Smriti Soudho (National Martyrs’ Memorial) in Savar

Jatiyo Smriti Soudho
Jatiyo Smriti Soudho in Savar, Bangladesh

7. Thrilling Boat trip through the jungle

Boat ride through the jungle of Sundarbans

8. River cruise to the south of Bangladesh

winter in Bangladesh
Misty winter morning in Southern Bangladesh

9. Traditional pancakes made with local recipes 

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Winter tradition in Bangladesh – cooking pancakes local style!

10. Local market in a village

Local market in rural Bangladesh
Local market in rural Bangladesh

Hasan Mahmud

Traveler, Blogger, and Travel Photographer!

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Your name

    These are brilliant photos! Personally, I feel like flying out to the country in a heart beat! Thank you for sharing these pictures!

    1. Hasan Mahmud

      Thank you for your nice comment! Appreciate it!!

  2. Arika

    You represent whole bangladesh through your picture.if you want to know or else where you can visit in Bangladesh.You can also visit saint martin, sylhet ,nijhum dip etc

  3. Mehedi

    Bangladesh is truly a hidden gem for travelers! From the vibrant city life in Dhaka to the serene beauty of the Sundarbans, this country has it all. Can’t wait to explore more on my upcoming trip!

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    “I want to extend my heartfelt gratitude to the team at Tours and Trips Bangladesh. Your personalized service and attention to detail have made my recent trip to Bangladesh unforgettable. From the moment I contacted your agency to the end of the trip, everything was seamless. The itinerary you crafted for me was perfect, incorporating my interests and preferences. I appreciate the effort and dedication you put into making my vacation truly special. Can’t wait to book another adventure with you!”

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