Introduction
  Facts for the Travelers
  When to Go
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INFORMATION

  Dhaka Division
  
  Rajshahi Division
    Rangpur District
 
  Khulna
 
  Chittagong
 
  Sylhet
 
 

Population Of Bangladesh

 
 

Bangladesh Hotels
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Bangladesh Travel & Tour Operators

 

Shopping Mal in Dhaka

 

Fair & Festivals

 

Foods & Drinks

 
 



Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation

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

 

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Bangladesh

 

Getting Around

Internal transport in Bangladesh is cheap. The rule is: if you want a seat, get there early and learn to shove, kick and gouge like the rest of your traveling companions. Biman, the national carrier, has flights radiating from Dhaka to 10 Bangladeshi cities, including Chittagong and Cox's Bazar. Flights are cheap but are still more than three times 1st-class train fares.

Bangladesh has a fairly extensive system of passable roads but they are chokka with buses. Bus drivers in Bangladesh are among the world's most reckless, as evidenced by the incredible number of bus accidents occurring every day. Trains are a lot easier on the nerves, knees and backside, and those plying the major routes are actually quite good, at least in 1st class. However, traveling by rail between Dhaka and points west is quite complicated for three reasons: unabridged rivers requiring crossing by ferry, circuitous routing, and differing gauges between the east and west sections of the country.

The distinguishing feature of internal travel in Bangladesh is the presence of a well-developed and well-used system of water transport, though traveling by boat is slow. A trip to Bangladesh which does not include taking a trip down a river is like going to the Alps and not skiing or hiking. The famous 'Rocket' paddlewheel steamer runs from Dhaka to Khulna four times a week, but there are plenty of other fascinating ferries to catch.

Self-drive cars are not available in Bangladesh. It is, however, inexpensive to hire chauffeur-driven cars in major cities. In cities you'll find rickshaws and auto-rickshaws, which are inexpensive once the compulsory bargaining process is completed.

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1971 Freedom War Of Bangladesh


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