Story of a solo female traveler from Russia visiting Bangladesh on her 11 days vacation when there was a security alert from the west to travel Bangladesh, and how she experienced it’s sights, people, culture, and security situation.
Details on the Dol Temple of Puthia, an unique structure on the temple village in north-western part of Bangladesh, dedicated to the colorful Dol festival, also known as the Holi festival of Hindu religion.
Photo album of a river island near Dhaka, taken by Simon Roozendaal and Alistair McKinley from the Netherlands. They visited Bangladesh for three weeks in the end of 2015 and beginning of 2016, and was positively surprised about this beautiful country.
Experience of western travelers recently visiting Bangladesh, most of whom traveled solo, and how they found the security situation there. Know about the true security situation in Banglkadesh which media never tell you.
History and description of Darasbari Mosque, the third largest mosque of ancient Bengal capital Gaur, built in 1479 AD by sultan Shamsuddin Yusuf Shah. A great example of Islamic architecture in Bangladesh.
Part-III of the diary of Helen Reynolds from UK during her first visit to Bangladesh in December 2013 with her husband Ian, railway-photographer brother Richard, and sister-in-law Julie. In this part she describes her experience in Cox’s Bazar, the longest sandy beach in the world.