Discover Tourist Spot of Bangladesh

And all these are just the beginnings of splendors of beautiful Bangladesh as the country is blessed with many more attractive places, spots and attractions rich with archeological and historic values. 

Some of those are Kantajir Mandir (a revered temple) and Ramsagor (a big water body) in northern Dinajpur district, Sonargaon – the ancient capital of Bengal with many decaying architectural marvels, including Panam Nagar, Zamindar Baris in Gazipur including the Bhawal Raj Bari, Mohastan Garh (ancient capital of Pundra of Bengal) in Bogra, Paharpur (ancient Buddhist Monastery) of northern Naogaon district, Rani Bhabani’s Palace in Natore, Chittagong Hill Tracts full of serene natural beauties and hilly resorts and lakes including Kaptai Lake – a marvel of nature and manmade beauties, Sylhet Harzat Shahjalal and Shahparan’s Shrine, tea gardens in Srimongol and eco resorts and cottages there, Shrine of Shahmakhdum in Rajshahi, Jamuna resort in Kalihati Tangail, Tajhat Zamindar Bari and Bamondanga Zamindar Bari in Rangpur, Shilaidaha Kuthibari of Rabindranath Tagore in Shahjadpur, Sirajganj, Chalan Beel – a huge natural water body spreads across three districts Natore, Sirajganj and Pabna, Zamindar Shashikanta’s palace and many other Zamindar Baris in Mymensingh and Brahmaputra riverside, Garo Hills areas in Sherpur, Hazral Khanzahan Ali’s Shrine in Bagerhat, Tentulia border areas in Panchagarh district from where you one can have a glimpse of the Himalayas and many more sites and places of archeological values.
And for attracting global tourists, the Bangladesh government needs to take few steps for ensuring safety, security and tourist-friendly policies and guidelines for ensuring a pleasant stay with all the luxuries in tourist resorts setting aside the old and conservative mindset. 

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