Bangladesh is a country that offers experiences that are hardly found in any other part of the world.
The culture and way of life of the Bengali people are somewhere exciting to start when in the country.
Dhaka - the capital city of the country - offers a window into the culture of the country on a first-hand basis.
The hustle and bustle of the city and how the people keep on observing the religion and cultural practices is a nice thing to see.
There are also so many places for visitors to enjoy such as the Lalbagh Quilla, Ahsan Manjil, Shaheed Minar, Boro Katra, Choto Katra, the National Museum, Jatiyo Songshad Bhaban (the Parliament Building)
These are just but part of the places you can visit.
The architecture of the country is also something else to behold as you notice how it has been influenced by the history of the people.
For those who like their green space then the Suhrawardy Uddan and the Ramna Park place, you can visit to get that serenity and tranquillity to enjoy.
There is the national mosque Baitul Mukarram is one place to visit.
There is a part of Dhaka that is referred to as the old town which is basically the part of the city that curries the history.
It contains old structures and if you get a tour guide, they can explain the entire history of the Bengali people.
The other parts of the country away from the capital also hold some gems that are waiting to be explored.
it has the largest mangrove forest in the world, the "Sundarbans" ("beautiful forests", named after the "Sundari" [beautiful] trees in it).
The hill tracts of Rangamati, Khagrachori and "Bandarban" ("monkey forest") offer exciting trekking opportunities, while the Kaptai Lake (situated amongst the hills of Rangamati) can be considered a romantic getaway.