REASONS TO VISIT AND LOVE BANGLADESH
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Bangladesh is a raw country in South Asia that is mostly untouched by tourism. It is the queen of natural beauty. Its unique beauty will amaze you every second and force you to come back here again and again. If you are a nature lover or a photographer, here you will find thousands of places to travel to in this small country. Bangladesh is the cheapest country in South Asia, and the people are super friendly, which will also inspire you to stay here for a long time. Bangladesh has a rich culture, and it will give you some unique experience you will never find anywhere else. I can explain 100 reasons to visit and love Bangladesh; here are just a few reasons.
Rivers surround it
Nearly 700 waterways in this small green country. Beaches, archeological sites, religious sites, hills, forests, waterfalls, and tea gardens are the most beautiful places. The Sundarbans- the world's largest mangrove forest and historic the sixty dome mosque, the Buddhist Monastery ruins are three heritage sites in Bangladesh. Besides, Dhaka Old town, Panama City, Cox's Bazar, Saint Martin, Rangamati, Khagrachari, Bandarban, Sylhet, Kuakata sea beach are some of the spectacular places in Bangladesh that will fascinate you.
The most exciting part is the Bangladeshi people
Here most of the people are Muslim. They are friendly, helpful, and super excited to see you and here travelers treated as guests. Most people can speak or understand English and very curious to talk to a foreigner. The people here are crazy about selfies, and they request you to take selfies defiantly with them. They love cricket very much. The people and the beauty of the village will give you more excitement. For sure, you feel like a celebrity when you travel to a village. If you travel here, Bengalis will give you a fantastic memory.
Dhaka old town
The capital city of Bangladesh is an important tourist spot for travelers of this country mainly due to the historical significance of the places around this city. There are many historical spots that will take you 200 to 500 years behind and amaze you a lot. The most attractive place in old Dhaka is the Mughal fort complex Lalbagh, the Nawab family's historical place Ahsan Manzil, the abandoned capital of Bangla in 1610 Panama Nagar at Sonargaon. Never miss walking in the old Dhaka towns. Old Dhaka food is famous all over the country. It will give you a memorable experience.
Shaheed Minar, Jatiyo Sriti Shoudho, Jatiya Sangshad Bhaban is the most beautiful historic place in Dhaka. Those places carry our history of sacrifices. Besides, Dhanmondi Lake, Gulshan, Banani are some places you can visit. Dhaka is a highly populated city and a lot of traffic you will find. Get down 2/1 hours in advance if you want to go somewhere.
Bangladeshi food is famous worldwide
Green raw chilies, dried chili powder, turmeric powder, ginger-garlic-onion paste, cinnamon, cardamom, coriander powder, pepper are used in almost all Bangladeshi cuisines. The use of these spices makes the food more delicious and unique. Travelers will certainly love Bangladeshi foods.
Paratha is a popular bread for breakfast in Bangladesh. For breakfast, eat Partha with Vaji, Lentil, fried eggs, or beef.
Here, the main Bangladeshi food is rice, fish, meat, curry, vorta (mass), vaji (fried). It’s the main food of most of the peoples. Mass is prevalent here, and you will see many types of mass here.
Hilsa Curry is popular worldwide for taste. Hilsa is the national fish of Bangladesh. It is eaten with rice.
Kacchi biryani is delicious and special Bangladeshi food. This dish is served at weddings and various special parties. A special kind of rice, meat, and potatoes are used to make Kacchi biryani. Old Dhaka is famous for Kacchi Biryani.
Bhuna khichuri is a kind of mixed items with rice, lentil, meat, and spice. Morog Polao is a very delicious and traditional Bangladeshi food. It is made with a special type of rice, chicken, ghee, and yogurt.
Grilled chicken with naan bread is a popular dish for evening snacks.
Enjoy Street Food with yummy specialties as Fusca and Jhalmuri are common, cheap, and traditional street food, spicy, sour, and delicious.
Bangladeshi Desserts are my favorite. Misti Doi is a Sweet yogurt serves at a wedding or a party after taking a heavy meal.
Doi Chira: Doi Chira is a traditional food. It is made by mixing sour yogurt, Chira, Sugar, Banana. Faluda is cold and sweet syrup. It's like ice cream. Rasmalai is the most popular and unique taste sweet. Never miss to taste it. Borhani is a very healthy and tasty drink. Most of the time, they drink after heavy eating. Here, you find plenty of sweet cakes known as Pitha. Each cake has a different name and taste. Homemade sweet cakes are best for the taste. Lassi is made by blending yogurt, water, spice, and some fruits. When the weather is hot, you can eat lacchi for refreshment. Tea is a trendy and most used drink in Bangladesh. Don’t be surprised here if you are offered by someone to drink a cup of tea.
There are many transportation forms here, like taxis, bicycles, buses, private cars, rickshaws, and more. Among them, Rickshaw is an exciting 3 wheeled vehicle. You can find rickshaws all over the county. It is too cheap to go for a short distance. Rickshaw is one of the memories for any tourist. Before going anywhere with a rickshaw, fix a price. If you are not sure about the perfect price, then ask any local.
Bangladesh became independent on 16th December 1971 after the nine-month liberation war. They are the only nation who sacrifices their lives for their mother language on 21st February 1952. That is why International Mother Language Day is celebrated all over the world on 21st February. If you want to know the whole history, go to the museum.
If you are looking for a raw country with natural beauty for travel, then Bangladesh may be your first choice. Here, nature and beauty have become one in harmony. Due to the temperate climate, this country has a wonderful combination of winter and summer. When one wants to travel to Asia, most of the time, Bangladesh is left out. But it can be a perfect choice for those who are thirsty for travel. This country will change your view of tourism, and every moment you will find something different that you will not find in any other country in the world.
I am a professional content writer, SEO expert, YouTube ads campaign, and SMM expert. I can feel my soul when I say the word “traveling”. Exploring new places, meeting new people, and creating some fresh, great memories, I do every time. Now I am exploring my own country and dreaming of travelling the whole world. The world is big enough, and I want to explore every corner of it. If you give me a passport with thousands of dollars, I will say the world is mine and start exploring the whole world. Thousands of memories, fascinations, and love will be with me.
- Imamul, a Dakha based traveler
Travel Writer for TDO
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