Bangladesh Travel Guide: The 10 Best Tourist Attractions to Explore

By Ana Maria | Updated on

Bangladesh is a country full of natural beauty in the world according to the World Bank.

Every district of Bangladesh has a place of spectacular natural beauty.

Tourists are fascinated by the natural beauty and come to Bangladesh again and again in the natural green land.

The greenery, the mountains, the hills and the seas that are fascinates the tourists and fill them with life. Due to which everyone came running green.

Today I will discuss with you 10 vigorous, fascinating places in Bangladesh that will fill your mind while traveling.

10 Best Tourist Attractions in Bangladesh

01. Cox’s Bazar

Rows and rows of jhaoban, soft bed of sand, and the sea in front of which merged with the vast sky. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me looks like either with Cox’s Bazar, the largest beach in the world, and 125 km in the length.

It is the most popular Sea beach in the world which is located in the south-eastern part of the Bay of Bengal. The natural sandy beach Cox’s Bazar is an ideal place for those who are thirsty for travel. Grown of sea blue water, marine fish, and the sea of innumerable gems, which will fill your mind. There are also many ancient installations here.

02. Sundarbans Mangrove Forest

Want to see tigers on land and crocodiles in the water then go to the Sundarbans, a Mangrove Forest in the far south of Bangladesh. It is the largest mangrove forest in the world. According to the UNESCO, Sundarban Mangrove Forest is the world heritage site that is located in two neighboring countries Bangladesh and India. That’s why Sundarbans Mangrove Forest takes place as number two heritage site of the best places to visit in Bangladesh.

03. St. Martin’s Island

If you want to go for a walk in the blue of the sky and the blue of the sea, then go to St. Martin. One of the largest coral islands of Bay of Bengal in the world is St. Martin in Bangladesh.

Are you familiar with coconuts? St. Martin Island is famous for coconuts. That’s why St. Martin Island takes place as number three of the best places to visit in Bangladesh.

04. Daughter of Ocean

Kuakata is an area of natural beauties to enjoy the beauty of nature. The most beautiful natural scene is sunrise-sunset. Kuakata is famous for enjoying this natural beauty. There is no one else like her.

Kuakata Beach is one of the most popular beaches in South Asia. Where one can stand and observe the amazing beauty of the sunrise. Kuakata is called the Daughter of the Ocean for the sea. That’s why Kawakata Sea Beach takes place as number four of the best places to visit in Bangladesh.

05. Sajek Valley In Rangamati

The mist of the clouds with the mountains. Megharashi smiles, red, greenhouses on both sides of the road – Sajek Valley. I am taking about Sajek Valley in the Rangamati district of Chittagong Hill-Tracts area in Bangladesh which is called the roof of Rangamati.

It is famous for its orange cultivation. That’s why Sajek Valley in Rangamati takes place as the number five on our list of the best places to visit in Bangladesh.

06. Srimangal

Srimangal is a city in the Sylhet Division in Bangladesh that is located in the North-Eastern part of the country. It is called the Tea Capital in Bangladesh. Its area is 425.15 sq. km. The total number of tea gardens in Srimangal is 40.

Sylhet is one of the few tea gardens in Bangladesh. The color, taste, and aroma of Sylhet tea are unmatchable. Jaflong of Sylhet is known all over the country as a fairytale.

07. Paharpur

The Excavated remains at Paharpur are highly important in Bangladesh. These represent the largest known Buddhist Monastery South of the Himalaya.

The Gradual Deposition of wind-blown dust over these ruins for ages took the shape of a high mound or hill. That’s why Buddist Monastery takes place as the number of seven of the best places to visit in Bangladesh.

08. Bandarban

Nilgiris are located in Thanchi Upazila of Bandarban in Bangladesh. If you want to touch the clouds by mingling with the clouds and also want to see the sunrise and sunset then go to the Nilgiris in Bandarban. There is an amazing opportunity for the dry season.

It is located at an altitude of 2200 feet above of the sea level where tourists can touch clouds from here. That’s why Bandarban takes place as the number of eight of the best places to visit in Bangladesh.

09. Mosque City Bagerhat

The city of Bagerhat that is founded in the 15th century. According to the UNESCO it is recognized as a world heritage site. The Sixty Domes Mosque was built during the Sultanate period. And it is the largest mosque in the city of Bagarhat. It is constructed in 1442 and completed in 1459. It has 72 domes.

The mosque is used for prayer, Madrasa, and assembly halls. It is also known as the city of Ancient Mosques. There are many ancient antiquities here including Zindapir Mosque, Nine Dome Mosque, Bibi Begni Mosque, and Singra Mosque.

10. Sonargaon

In the Medieval period, Sonargaon was the old capital of Bengal. The name Sonargaon originates from the ancient Subarnagram. In 1810, Sunargaon was the administrative center of south-east Bengal until the rise of Dhaka City.

There are many ancient architectural monuments of Sonargaon including Khasnagar Dighi, Nilkuthi of Dulalpur, Goaldi Shahi Mosque, Aminpur Math, Domadardi Math, Panam Nagar, Bara Sadar Bari, and Many other ancient structures. It is located is at Narayanganj near Dhaka.

Another attractive architectural structure of Sonargaon is Jamdani Sari. Once upon a time, it was famous for Muslin. But now a day, Jamdani Shari can be seen directly in the Karupalli.

That’s why Sonargaon takes place as the number of ten of the best places to visit in Bangladesh. The crumbling mansion of Panam City is also ancient heritage in Bangladesh.