Pallab is a member since August 2015. He has visited 7 places in Bangladesh. He also has 7 attractions in his favorites list. Besides Bangladesh, He visited United Kingdom, United States, India and Canada.
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I used to live in Munshiganj during 1986-1989 when I was a kid. At that time the residential bangalow of DC was on top of this fort. Visited this place several times on various occasions. Thought of the fort at night used to give me goosebumps. Some of its floors went underground, and rest of the visible area was covered by bushes and trees. It looked like a haunted place to me. However, I realize its immense archaeological value now. I hope that the government took necessary steps to preserve this fort.
Bangladesh National Museum
This is the biggest museum I have visited so far in Bangladesh. It has a huge collection of artifacts. However, I visited the museum when I was a kid. A good place to learn about the history and heritage of Bangladesh and the sub continent.
It's a different experience! Don't miss it if you visit Khagrachhari.
This is the main beach area of Cox's Bazar. This is commonly known as Cox's Bazar Beach, the famous longest unbroken beach in the world. I visited this place back in 2008 last time. I always like the view of big photographic waves from this beach. This is one of the major tourist attractions of Bangladesh. I hope the government will take necessary steps to make this place cleaner and more secured.
Kuakata Sea Beach
This is the only beach in Bangladesh from where you can watch both sunrise and sunset on the sea. I visited this place back in 2003. Although a great tourist spot, I believe this place needs more maintenance.