- Memorable IndiaEither Darjeeling or Delhi had in our tour plan for Eid holidays. I shared my plan with my university friend Mariyam who happens to live Delhi now, and she extended her hand to be her guest with my family in Posted by sajjadtraveler in Sajjad Travelogue | Nov 1, 2015
- Northern Bangladesh (mainly)[center][/center]
Something that has taken me by surprise in Bangladesh is the proliferation of public formal gardens. Practically every significant ancient/cultural site has been prefaced Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Sep 14, 2015
Our local guide told us straight up, there are two things you need to know about Dhaka:
1. the weather can be challenging
2. the traffic is terrible
No arguments on t Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Sep 13, 2015
- Visit BangladeshHi// During this season all the tea gardens of Sreemongol take its real shape, its true beauty. Full of green... A new haven in earth... Its calling you// Posted by EnayetK in The Voyagers | Sep 2, 2015
- Bangladesch - Teil 3Nach unserem Mangrovenabenteuer führte die Reise zunächst wieder zurück in die Hauptstadt. Diesmal blieben wir allerdings nur eine Nacht, denn
wir wollten keine unnötige Zeit mehr in diesem Moloch verschwenden.
Einen Wecker braucht man in Bangladesh üb Posted by b.visser in Let's Summer! | Mar 15, 2015
- Bangladesch - Teil 2Zu den unbestrittenen Höhepunkten eines jeden Besuchs in Bangladesch gehört eine mehrtägige Bootstour durch die Sundarbans. Der mit rund 10000 km[sup]2[/sup] weltweit grösste Mangrovenwald (40 % davon auf indischem Staatsgebiet) lockt mit einer Vie Posted by b.visser in Let's Summer! | Mar 4, 2015
- Bangladesch - Teil 1"Wieso Bangladesch?", wurden wir immer wieder gefragt. Nach rund drei Wochen in diesem eher unbekannten Land fällt uns die Antwort leicht: Weil Bangladesch eine äusserst spannende und vielseitige Destination ist.
Viele kennen Bangladesch ledigli Posted by b.visser in Let's Summer! | Mar 2, 2015
- RIVERS OF HOPES AND DREAMSNeither Sarah nor John Connor had time for loose bowel movements when being pursued by liquid metal killer cyborgs from the future. Arnie's original creation has flesh and blood over his metal skeleton. He bleeds like you and I. Fortunately Posted by gavinbose in TEMPLES,TEAS,TIGERS & TANTRUMS IN TRAINS | Nov 16, 2014
- 50 SHADES OF GREEN"Manchester United are a load of shape shifting, holocaust denying morons and as for David Beckham, the baby munching tosser". No offence to any MANU fans. If only I knew the Bengali for this line, just to wind people Posted by gavinbose in TEMPLES,TEAS,TIGERS & TANTRUMS IN TRAINS | Nov 13, 2014
- RajshahiAs we had altered our plans in Bangladesh we had a few days spare and the Rajshahi district in Northwest Bangladesh popped onto the radar. A couple we had met in Srimangol had said how beautiful it was so we Posted by gonetravelling in Travelling Jane and James 2014 | May 12, 2014
- SunderbansThe tour of the Sunderbans we took that was organised by Bengal Tours was spectacular. It lasted three full days and two nights spending the majority of the time aboard the good ship MV Bhelva. We were joined by a Posted by gonetravelling in Travelling Jane and James 2014 | May 12, 2014
- KulnaWe stayed at the City Inn in Khulna, quite possibly the grandest hotel we have stayed in so far... We were both blown away. Our room was huge and there was even a bath in the bathroom! We spend the Posted by gonetravelling in Travelling Jane and James 2014 | May 12, 2014
- Dhaka It felt a bit odd to be back in the chaos that was Dhaka and it took us a while to orientate ourselves, not helped by the fact we chose to stay in a different hotel than before. The staff Posted by gonetravelling in Travelling Jane and James 2014 | May 12, 2014
- RangamatiWe checked ourselves into the Hotel Sufia, and although the room was dirty the staff were helpful and friendly telling us of their relatives in Yorkshire. Our first day in Rangamati we spent eating and trying to access the internet, Posted by gonetravelling in Travelling Jane and James 2014 | May 12, 2014
- BandarbanWe were pleasantly surprised by the 'luxury' bus to Bandarban and found it hard to stay awake despite the erratic driving and constant use of the horn. Our permits were checked and we were dropped into town where we were Posted by gonetravelling in Travelling Jane and James 2014 | May 12, 2014
- SrimangalWe stayed at the Green Leaf Tea Guest House in Srimangal and the place had a certain Hawaiian theme about it. The staff were very attentive and we even had a choice of double bed in our room! We spent Posted by gonetravelling in Travelling Jane and James 2014 | May 12, 2014
- SylhetThe cricket had brought the masses to Sylhet and the Holy Gate was the only hotel we found with rooms available and it was expensive compared to our usual standards at 2100tk (£16 p/n). We were shown to our luxurious Posted by gonetravelling in Travelling Jane and James 2014 | May 12, 2014
- DhakaThe plane landed in Dhaka at 11.30am and we moved through the chaotic airport full of people ignoring announcements to immigration. The Bangladesh immigration officers seemed concerned that we weren't travelling with mobile phones and hadn't pre-booked a Posted by gonetravelling in Travelling Jane and James 2014 | May 12, 2014
===A Little History===
The borders of modern Bangladesh took shape during the Partition of Bengal and British India in 1947, when the region became the eastern wing of the newly form Posted by janejoe in Sri Lanka, E.India, Bangladesh & Myanmar | Nov 3, 2013
- The Plan After two months of gruesome studying for the finals,me along with two of my best friends,the twins Nabil & Nafiz needed a break from the city.We made plans almost everyday for a week after the exams but we were too Posted by Sam93 in Slow life in the beach town | Oct 30, 2013
- Going Barmy in BangladeshHello from India after having just finished seeing England win a cricket series abroad! No, honestly...
As you might expect I've been following quite a lot of sport since coming to Asia- but in truth it hasn't been all that great Posted by carlswall in 2wyvernsonmychest | Mar 28, 2010
- School of HopeWhile traveling in Bangladesh, I had the opportunity to document a slum school located in the city's northern outskirts.
The School of Hope not only teaches 200 students a core curriculum, provides meals but also instills the importance of hygiene a Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Apr 9, 2012
- Arrival!Arrival into Dhaka I could not see very much as it was already dark.
I stayed at a lovely hotel call 'Eastern Residence' which was a few blocks from the World Vision National Office.
I was picked up by a World Posted by monkindy in BANGLADESH | Jan 24, 2012
- History of Tourism and Source of Development in Bangladesh.
The earliest forms of leisure tourism can be identified as far back as the Babylonian
& Egyptian empires. A museum of "Historic Antiquities" was open to the public in the
sixth century B.C. in Babylon, while Egyptian held many Posted by BIRDS TRAVEL in Tourism Bangladesh. | Aug 16, 2011
- HistoryThe state that we today call Bangladesh has been a part of a greater India and was known as Bengal; The history of today's Bangladesh has been short but it has ancient nationalism and history. Born in 16 th December,1971 Posted by BIRDS TRAVEL in Tourism Bangladesh. | Jul 21, 2011