If you love Bangladesh and want to travel there, this article will tell you that your decision is totally right. Here are some reasons why you should travel to Bangladesh.
Bangladesh has a lot to offer to tourists. It has a lot of tourist destinations in Bangladesh such as Bazar Cox, Sonargaon, Bogra, etc.
The textile industry develops strongly in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is ranked second in the world in textile export. Moreover, Bangladesh has the world's largest industry about constructing ships, ferries. Bangladesh exports medical providers such as equipment, medicines to about 79 countries. Being fifth in the global production of fish and seafood, Bangladesh exports a significant amount of agricultural product after meeting home demands. These are just a few examples of why many foreigners travel to Bangladesh for business purposes.
Culture and people
Through Bengali culture, the Bengali is extremely friendly and welcome visitors. Even they will invite you to have a meal together with them, and share their culture with you.
Be that as it may, religion is one the major thing that constitutes a human identity, but in Bangladesh, there no any boundary between the people of various religions. In happiness, sadness, or even celebration, they live here like the perpetual siblings of a common motherland.
A lot of Bengali universities allow foreign students to study abroad, especially from Nepal, India, Sri Lanka. Besides, Bangladesh has the largest NGO in the world, BRAC (NGO) is a place that often supports students to come to do the internship. Also, other national and international organizations give foreign or native students to have internship positions for policymaking and research.
Bangladesh is also known as one of the top 10 countries in Cricket, and some international tournaments hosted in the country, people who love cricket come here from all over the world to watch these international tournaments. In the recent past, Bangladesh has hosted ad co-hosted many important tournaments, including ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, 2014 ICC World Twenty20, Asia Cup '88, '00, '12, '14, '16, Under-19 World cup.