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Frequently asked questions

Bangladesh is well serviced with transport options to get around the country, including by bus, train, internal flights and, at a regional level, by rickshaw. If you’re travelling outside Dhaka the train or bus is a great way to see the country.


Bangladesh has a developing tourism industry, which means that you’re in for an authentic southeast Asian experience. With patience and humour you are in for a remarkable holiday!


October to March generally bring good weather and comfortable temperatures. If you’re travelling in June, July or August you may want to bring a poncho as you will be visiting during the rainy season.


In Dhaka visit the Lalbagh Fort, the Ahsan Manzil National Museum, and Tara Masjid – the Star Mosque. Visit Paharpur to see the world heritage listed Sompur Mahavihara, an ancient Buddhist monastery. Discover Bangladesh’s untouched beaches in Chittagong - Cox’s Bazar Beach and Patenga Sea Beach are the pick of them.


While Bangladesh is a relatively small country, you’re going to need more time than you think if you plan on using public trains and buses. Allow at least a week, but two weeks might be more relaxing!


Light, loose clothing and layers are advisable when travelling to Bangladesh. Consider how you will be travelling around – smaller suitcases or backpacks will be easier to stow on trains and buses.


Start in the capital, Dhaka, and visit all the city sights. Then make a beeline for the coast at Chittagong and enjoy some beach days.


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