Bangladesh still remains one of the most beautiful countries in the world, no wonder the country is full of nice travel destinations, from Bogra which is the most populated city and Dhaka, its capital.

If you’ve been thinking of choosing Bangladesh for your next vacation and you really haven’t gathered enough facts about the country, then you should read this article to the end, since it has been designed to help you with travel destinations during your trip.

Lalbagh Fort

The Lalbagh Fort still stands proud and tall in the southwestern part of the country’s capital as it has been since the 17th century. While the structure is not completely built, there are still some distinct buildings you may want to check out; The Diwan-i-aam, the tomb of Pari-Bibi, and the mosque. The latter happens to be the most amazing, you’ll get the chance to check out the royal bathhouse and also the Mughal artifacts small museum.

Cox’s Bazar

You might not forgive yourself for a long time if you do not visit one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia. Cox’s Bazar is far too important to be ignored! The Bazar’s beach at over 70 miles remains the only unbroken, longest beach in the world. The beach was named after a Britsh East India Company officer, Captain Hiram Cox. Get ready for a new and different experience as you get on a boat and float down the ocean blue or catch the sunset.

National Parliament House

Do you want to learn more about modern history? Head to Dhaka and make a stop at the National Parliament house. You should also know that you aren’t heading to an ordinary legislative building, but one of the largest in the whole world. While tourists are restricted to certain areas of the complex, the Crescent Lake and Chadrima Uddan are always open to visitors any time of the day.

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Dhakeshwari Temple

Do you have interest in Hinduism or you want to know more about what it entails? The Dhakeshwari Temple is the right place for you, and it still remains the oldest Hindu temple around in the city. A lot of worshippers go in there to worship on a daily basis, so irrespective of your religious belief, you’ll find it interesting.