Bangladesh, a small country in Southeast Asia, boasts of a great mix of attractions which include stunning natural landscapes of rural Bangladesh, world’s longest sea beach in Cox’s Bazar, rich wildlife in largest mangrove forest in the world known as Sundarbans, rolling hills in hilly districts of Rangamati and Bandarban, historical ruins, vibrant cultures, tea gardens, spectacular waterfalls, small beautiful islands, lakes and more.
Bangladesh has three UNESCO declared World Heritage Sites namely: the Sundarbans, Ruins of the Buddhist Vihara at Paharpur and the Historic Shat Gombuj Mosque in Bagerhat.
Following are images of some of the major tourist attractions in Bangladesh:
1. The Sundarbans