Backwaters in Bangladesh

Bangladesh Backwaters

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Coxs Bazar Heritage, Nature, Pilgrim, Water

Famous for: Beauty of Temples and Monuments

Situated at a distance of 152 kilometer to the south of Chittagong, Cox's Bazaar is the tourist capital of Bangladesh. Having the world's greatest unbroken beach slanting gently down to ...

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Himchari Land, Entertainment, Nature, Water

Famous for: Scenic Beauty

Himchari is about 32 km south of Cox's Bazar alongside the beach. It's a nice place for picnic and relaxation for tourists. The illustrious "Broken Hills" and waterfalls here a...

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Inani Nature, Water

Famous for: Beaches

Situated around 32 kilometers to the south of the popular traveler destination of Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, the gorgeous Inani Beach attracts visitors who appreciate t...

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Lalbagh Fort Heritage, Water

Famous for: Buriganga River

Lalbagh Fort also branded as "Fort Aurangabad" is an unfinished Mughal palace citadel at the Buriganga River in the southwestern part of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Construction comme...

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Rangamati Water

Famous for: River

Rangamati, a popular place in Bangladesh is also known as "Lack City". The elongated village of Rangamati, 77km east of Chittagong, is wonderfully located over a series of isles i...

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Rajshahi Heritage, Pilgrim, Water

Famous for: Scenic Beauty

Formerly known as Rampur Boaliaand and currently the Rajshahi, a township located besides the river Padma is often referred to as the education capital of the country. In monsoon the great Padma...