Natural beauty of Bangladesh

Cox's Bazar
Cox's Bazar

Bangladesh is a small country, but if you visit here, you will be amazed to its natural beauty. Here is a list of the natural beauty of Bangladesh.


1. Cox's Bazar: The world-class marine beach in south-eastern Bangladesh. Cox's Bazar Sea beach is the longest natural sandy beach in the world. Cox's Bazar is ideal for tourists. Apart from this, there are many ancient structures.

 
Saint Martin Island
Saint Martin Island

2. Saint Martin Island: It is one of the world's largest coral islands. An excellent place to visit. Saint Martin is famous for coconut. You can find sweet coconut water and shells in St. Martin. Here you can excite various marine creatures including fish.
 
Bichanakandi
Bichanakandi

3. Bichanakandi: Tourism Paradise in Sylhet. The bed of rocks in the border area and the cold water coming from Meghalaya hills with hilly greenery are excellent to look at. Transparent water streams run over small stone stones have created a pleasant atmosphere in Bichanakandi.
 
Sajek Valley
Sajek Valley

4. Sajek Valley: It has to go to Khagrachari even though its position in Rangamati. Dighinala from Khagrachari city, then Sajek as Baghaihat. The whole road is beautiful; the surroundings are also amazing. Clouds on the sides of the road, red-green houses and clouds climbing on the sides of the hill.

Lalbag Fort
Lalbag Fort

5. Lalbag Fort: Lalbag Fort is one of the famous and beautiful Mughal architecture in Bangladesh. This fort built in the second half of the seventeenth century has the shrine of Paribibi, Darbar's house, hammamakhana, mosque, castle, etc. The location of Lalbagh fort along the banks of Buriganga River.

Nilgiri Bandarban
Nilgiri Bandarban

6. Nilgiri Bandarban: Nilgiri is the country's highest tourist center. It's position in Thanchi Upazila of Bandarban. There is a chance to touch the clouds. Sunrise and sunset in Nilgiri are amazing to watch in the dry season.
 
Ahsan Manzil
Ahsan Manzil

7. Ahsan Manzil: The location of this historical palace is in the Kumartuli area near Buriganga River. The palace is divided into two parts namely Rangmahal and Andrormahal. There are many beautiful domes on top of the palace. There is also a museum here.
 
Gokul Medh
Behular Basor Ghor in Mahasthangarh

8. Mahasthangarh: This ancient Fort city is situated in Bogra. The capital of Pundravardhana was present in Bogra Mahasthangarh. Bogra had special administrative importance even during the Maurya, Gupta, Pal, and Sen. It is located on the west bank of the Karatoa River.

 
Paharpur Bihar
Paharpur Bihar

9. Sompur Bihar/Paharpur Bihar: It is located in Paharpur of Naogaon. It is widely known as the Buddhist Vihara in the Indian subcontinent. It is the most famous destination for tourists. Because it is unique architecture many national and international tourists visit the place.
 
Kuakata
Kuakata

10. Kuakata: It is the daughter of the sea. Kuakata is the only beach in South Asia where the sunrise and sunset can be seen standing. It is undoubtedly a great thing to see the sun shining in the sea belt and to lose sight of the sun in the ocean.

Sundarban
Royal Bengal tiger in Sundarban

11. Sundarban: Sundarban is one of the world's largest mangrove forests. Many tourists around the world came to visit the Sundarbans. Every day thousands of visitors from across the globe come to visit its natural beauty and as well as tidal variants.
 
Sonadia Island
Sonadia Island

12. Sonadia Island: Not far from Maheshkhali of Cox's Bazar. This island is made up of mangrove and coastal forests. The dark blue waters of the sea, red crab, Keya forest, seabirds, and all of a kind of exciting atmosphere.
 
Shalban Bihar
Shalban Bihar

13. Shalban Bihar: Shalban Buddhist Bihar is one of the most important archaeological sites not only in Comilla but Bangladesh. In Comilla district, there are numerous ancient tourist spots, Lalmai-Mainamati, and many other tourist attractions.
 
Jaflong
Jaflong

14. Jaflong: An impressive view of the Jaintia Hills of Sylhet, the beauty of Jaflong, the rows of Bholaganj rocks and stack tourists have repeatedly been dragged. The winter frost makes the visitors feel relaxed. That is why it is the daughter of nature.

Shat Gombuj Mosque
Shat Gombuj Mosque

15. Shat Gombuj Mosque: This ancient mosque located south-west of Bagerhat district of Bangladesh. This mosque is built in the fifteenth century. It is believed that Khan al-Azam Ulug Khan Jahan formed the kingdom of Khalifabad near Sundarbans during Sultan Nasiruddin Mahmud Shah (1435-59). Khan Jahan set up a court hall for the meeting, which later became the sixty dome mosque. This mosque was built for many years and with a lot of money. The stones were brought from Rajmahal of India. Although the name of the mosque is sixty dome mosques, it has 77 domes.


You are welcome to see the natural beauty of Bangladesh. 

20 comments:

  1. Seems like a lot of amazing places, very cool thanks for putting them together for us

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  2. Your photos are so beautiful. The colors are so vibrant. I won't be traveling to these places anytime soon so see and learning about different places is always something I enjoy.

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  3. The beauty of the world never ceases to amaze me! Yes another place i need to add to my list of places to visit! Thank you for sharing <3

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  4. Looks so amazing & so beautiful thanks so much for sharing!

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  5. These look like amazing places to visit. If ever I make it to Bangladesh, I'll be sure to check back on this post.

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  6. These locations look so amazing, I would love to travel to Bangladesh some day. In particular the landscape and clouds over Bichanakandi look incredible! This will have to go on the bucket list!

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  7. Love this list... definitely bookmarking this for future travel plans.

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  8. So much more to Bangladesh than I had ever thought! Ahsan Manzil truly caught my eye.

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  9. I always like travelling within Asia, the world heritage and beauty is just amazing. Bangladesh has always been one of best when it comes wonderful sites. Thanks for sharing this beauty through this article. I love the clicks

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  10. I've been told Bangladesh is a very beautiful place to visit... This no doubt attests to the fact 👍🏾

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  11. There are so many beautiful places to visit in Bangladesh. I think I would really enjoy visiting Cox's Bazar, Saint Martin Island and Sunbardan. They all look so gorgeous and I would love soaking up all of these sites with my family.

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  12. Nice pictures, Bangladesh is really beautiful country

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  13. This is absolutely beautiful. I don't see one place where I wouldn't want to visit. Who would have guess Bangladesh would look like this.

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  14. I never realized that Bangladesh was so beautiful. I am amazed at the awesome places. Love the fort what history and stories that must hold. Beautiful place.

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  15. Thanks for sharing this blog. Not many have written about this topic.

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  16. I've always been so fascinated about Bangladesh and hope to visit some time soon. Sajek Valley is just stunning with those clouds sweeping across the valley. stunning!

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  17. Wow, these pictures are GORGEOUS! I would love to visit someday. Maybe when my kids are grown. Thank you so much for sharing :)

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  18. Wow, so many fascinating things!! Is Ahsan Manzil really THAT pink?! :)

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  19. Amazing photos! I never realised that Bangladesh has such beautiful natural attractions.

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  20. Bangladesh is a very beautiful place, thanks for sharing the attractions. This is such a useful post.

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