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233, Airport Road, Dhaka
Telephone : Code(8802)
8119192, 8117855-9

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Hiding behind the evening-news images of cyclones and floods is a lush land with a rich history. Visit archaeological sites dating back over 2000 years, check out the longest beach and the largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, and see the decaying mansions of 19th-century maharajas.

Despite being the world's most crowded country, rural Bangladesh feels relaxed, spacious and friendly: travelers from India have been agreeably surprised to find border officials offering them cups of tea rather than reams of forms to fill in.

Facilities are limited but, if you have an independent streak, it's definitely worth avoiding the crowds heading to India and Nepal and following the old slogan of Bangladesh's tourist body: 'Come to Bangladesh before the tourists'.


Protests are a regular occurrence in Dhaka and have the potential to become violent. Travelers should remain aware of the situation and avoid protests and demonstrations. Travelers are also advised to avoid traveling to the Chittagong Hill Tracts region, site of ongoing civil unrest.

Monsoon season in Bangladesh leads to annual floods that can often be devastating. Check with government travel advisories before departure.

Full country name: People's Republic of Bangladesh
Area: 143,998 sq km
Population: 138.44 million
People: 98% Bengali, 250,000 Bihari, tribals less than 1 million
Language: Bengali, English
Religion: 83% Islam, 16% Hindu
Government: parliamentary democracy
Present Government: Care Taker Government
Head of State: President Iajuddin Ahmed
Head of Government: Chief Adviser - Dr. Fakruddin Ahmed

GDP: US$175.5 billion
GDP per capita: US$1,380
Annual Growth: 4%
Inflation: 7%
Major Industries: Jute manufacturing, cotton textiles, food processing, steel, fertilizer, rice, jute, tea, wheat, sugarcane, potatoes, beef, milk, poultry
Major Trading Partners: Western Europe, US, Hong Kong, Japan, India, China, Singapore

Bangladesh is hot and humid in summer and cool in winter. During the monsoon, it rains heavily-average rainfall being 136.42". The climate is characterized by moderately high temperature for about eight months in the year, maximum temperature in summer ranges between 30C and 38C, while the minimum during the winter is 9C.

The total cultivable area of Bangladesh is around 24 million acres and there are over
17.5 million cultivators. The principal crops are Jute (0.947 million ton), rice (178.5
million tons), wheat (1.00 million tons), tea (101.15 million pound), sugarcane (7.68 million tons) and tobacco (0.34 million tons), etc. GNP at constant factor cost is 810835.00 million taka, Per capita Income (GNP) at factor cost is 7220.00 taka.

1971 Freedom War Of Bangladesh


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