Calling Code: 880
Subregion: Southern Asia
Languages: ben : Bengali
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Bangladesh has been promised to be a tourist destination that never came to be. but the lack of tourist makes this city all the more interesting and a fascinating Asian backwater, where rivers function as main streets a. Before 1947, Bangladesh was the eastern half of Indian Bengal; then from 1947 to 1971 it was became Pakistan. Today this Country strugles to face the floods, cyclones and political turmoil like never before. Tourists today love Bangladesh Just the way it is.
October to February
The unbelievable crowds at the Sadarghat docks in Dhaka
The domes and arches of the Shalt Gumbad Mosque in Bagerhat o A Royal Bengal tiger (if you get lucky) in the Sundarbans National Park o Time-worn temple ruins at Paharpur and Kantanagar
Ocean waves breaking on the beach on tiny St Martin's Island
Ride the Rocket-the paddle-wheel ferry that trundles from Dhaka to Khulna
Feel the liberation of wearing a fungi (sarong) for the day
Drop in on the Buddhist tribal villages dotted around serene Kaptai Lake
Stroll barefoot along the world's longest beach at Inani near Cox's Bazaar
Experience the surreal phenomenon of a rickshaw traffic jam
Books: the blogs and polemic poetry of Maqsoodul Hague, Bangladesh's 'poet of impropriety'.
Music: to the rousing poems of Bangladesh's national poet Kari Nazrul Islam - dozens of different recordings of his works are available in Dhaka
Movies: Satyarjit Rays Bengali classic Apu Trilogy; or hunt down Tareque Masud's Matir Moina to appreciate the growing maturity of the Dallywood (Dhaka) film industry
Taste: ilish macher paid (a classic Bengali dish of hilsa fish steamed inside banana leaves)
Drink: sharbat (chilled yoghurt with chilli, coriander, cumin and mint) - the perfect accompaniment to a fiery curry
Tik aache (No problem)
Endless rice fields; monsoon-swollen rivers; rickshaw traffic jams; men in lungis; tea plantations; swaying coconut palms; Buddhist hill tribes; tigers in the Sundarbans; the political legacy of the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War
The national game of Bangladesh is hadudu, a group version of tag where players must evade the opposing team while holding a single breath of air
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