Most Popular Hotel In Bangladesh

Ruposhi Bangla Hotel
Ruposhi Bangla Hotel In Dhaka City
Address Of Some Most Popular Hotel And Motel In Bangladesh. You Can Book Hotel Room From Any Were In The World. Many Foreign Tourist Also Like The Ruposhi Bangla Hotel For Live The Dhaka City. We Publish More Hotel For Compare And Booking. Please Don`t Book Hotel Before Entrance In Bangladesh
Parjatan Motel Pashur:
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation. Mongla, Bagherhat. Tel: 04658-75100
Parjatan Motel:
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation,Bandarban, Phone-0361-62741-2
Plaza Bandarban: Ward No.7, Army Para, Banadarban. Tel: 0361-63252 E-mail: Web; Mobile: 01678060107, 01678060273
Hotel Ababil:
East Bogura Road, Barisal, Bangladesh. Cell: 011-98-038781
Paradise Hotel Int: Hospital Road, Barisal, Bangladesh Tel: 880-431-52009/55009 Tel: 0431-64643
Hotel Naz Garden:
The Largest Garden Hotel & Resort in Bangladesh,Four Star Hotel, 15 Acres Area. Silimpur, Bogra-5800, Bangladesh,Tel:+88-051-62468, 66655, 63272, 64197 & 73888 Mobile:+88-01715-205343 Email: Web:
Hotel Siesta:
Fuldighi, Banani, Bogra-5800, Bangladesh. Tel:051-66310,66965,66275,66868,66441. Mobile: 01971-331982, 88-01819-250582 Web: www.
Hotel Agrabad:
Agrabad Commercial Area, Chittagong, Bangladesh. Tel:+88-031-713311-8(8 Lines) Cell:+88-01841-845991 +88-01811-419669 E-mail:
Parjatan Motel Labonee:
Kalatoli, Beach Road, Cox?s Bazar. Tel: 0341-64703, Fax: 0341-62223 Mobile: 01716-382032
Praasad Paradise:
Plot-09, Road-01, Kolatoli Road, Cox`s Bazar. Tel: 0341-64403 Mobile: 01556-347711, 01711-193196, 01726-070148
Parjatan Motel Probal:
Sea Beach Road, Cox?s Bazar. Tel: 0341-63211 Fax: 0341-64202
Seagull Hotel Bangladesh:
Cox?s Bazar Beach, Bangladesh Tel: 0341-62480-91 Web:
Sea Pearl Beach Resort and Spa Ltd:
Hotel Sea Crown, Marine Drive, Kolatoli New Beach,Kolatoli, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Tel: 0341-52287 Hotline: +88-01970-660096-99
Best Western La Vinci Hotel:
54, Kawran Bazar, Dhaka 1215 Tel:+88-02-9119352, 9124401 E-mail:
Ruposhi Bangla Hotel:
( Former Dhaka Sheraton Hotel) 1 Minto Road, G.P.O. Box 504, Dhaka-1000,Bangladesh. Tel:+88-02-8330001 Email:
Pan Pacific Sonargaon:
107, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Dhaka-1215, Bangladesh Tel:+880-2-8111005, 8112011, 8111641 Web:
Hotel Razmoni Ishakha:
89/3 VIP Road, Kakrail, Dhaka Tel:+880-2-8322426-9 Email: Web:
Sundarban Hotel International:
1/D, Free School Street, Sonargoan Road, GPO Box: 3740. Dhaka-1205, Bangladesh Tel: 02-8631394-5, 9675519.
Parjatan Hotel Madhumati: Gopalganj. Cell: 0173-0053571, 0173-0053570
Parjatan Motel:
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation, Khagrachari, Phone-0371-62084-85
Hotel Castle Salam Ltd:
8, KDA Avenue, Khulna 9100, Bangladesh. Tel: +880-41-730725 Email: Web:
Bangladesh Tea Research Institute Guesthouse:
Srimangal, Moulavi Bazar. Tel: 08626-71225
Nishorgo Eco-resort:
Srimangal, Moulavi Bazar. Dhaka Office: House 68 2nd floor, Road No. 1, Block-I, Banani, Dhaka-1213, Bangladesh. Tel: 880-2-987 3229, 880-2-987 1553; E-mail:
Holiday Homes Kuakata:
Parjatan Motel, Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation, Kuakata, Phone-04428-56004, Mobile-01715-011483
Parjatan Motel:
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation, Rajshahi, Phone-0721-775492, 0721-775237, 0721 770 247
Parjatan Holiday Complex:
Deer Park, Rangamati. Tel: 0351-61046, 0351-63126 Mobile:01727-328810, 01556-630495 E-mail:
Parjatan Holiday Resort:
Deer Park, Rangamati. Tel: 0351-71001, 71002 Mobile: 01919-771001 E-mail:
Hotel Anurag Limited:
Dhupadighi Par North, Sylhet, Bangladesh, Tel: 0821-715717,714489, Mobile: 01711-887055 Web:
Britannia Hotel:
Shahjalal Road, Ambarkhana, Sylhet Sadar, Sylhet 3100 Tel:0821-711013, 0821-2832419 E-mail: Web:
Hotel Dallas:
North Jail Road,Sylhet ,Bangladesh, Tel: 0821-720945,720929 Email: Web:
Hotel Fortune Garden:
29/A, Bongobir Road, Naiorpul, Sylhet-3100 Tel : +880-821-715590, 722499 Mobile: 0171-115153 E-mail: Web:
Hotel Golden City:
East Zinda Bazar, Sylhet, Bangladesh, Tel: +880-821-812846, 01711-449064, 01711-469718    Hotel Garden Inn:
Garden Tower, Shahjalal Bridge Link Road, Sylhet, Bangladesh. Mobile: +88 01711-271185 Email: Web:
Heritage Hotel:
Ornab-16, Mirer Moidan, Sylhet-3100. Cell: 01713-310179 Tel: 0821-810237, 814362 E-mail: Web:
Hotel Hill View:
Tamabil Road, Ciknagul, Jointha, Sylhet, Mobile: 01718536205 E-mail:
Hotel Hill town:
Tele Haor, Sylhet Phone: 718263-4, 716077 E-mail:

Train Journey In Bangladesh

Train In Bangladesh
Bangladesh Train Journey
Train Is The Very Popular Transport System In Bangladesh. Although, Bangladesh Has The Some Rail Road. You Can Journey By Train In Bangladesh. Some Place or Route of Train Service: Dhaka- Chittagong, Dhaka- Sylhet, Dhaka- Rajshahi, Chittagong- Sylhet, Dhaka- Agartala (India) And Dhaka- Calcutta (India). Dhaka Is The Main Rail Station of Bangladesh. And Located At Center of Dhaka City. Train Journey Is Safe In Bangladesh And Any Foreign Tourists Are Safe Here. You Can Book Advance Train Ticket From Dhaka Before Your Journey By Tourist Guide of Bangladesh Tours.
Bangladesh Train
Reviewed by Aslam on Sep 26 2012

Rocket Steamer Tours In Bangladesh

Rocket Steamer
Rocket Steamer.
If You Want To Adventure To Sundarban, Rocket Steamer Is The Good Option For Travel.
Rocket Steamer Is a Popular And Paddle Steamer With Ancient Look. A Great Trip In A Rocket Steamer Can Be One of The Best Trip In Your Life.
Destination: Dhaka-Khulna, Having stoppages some stations Between these 2 Destinations.
Every day except Friday. But only Sunday & Thursday Rockets go till Khulna. Remaining Days Go Till Morelgonj Which Is Two Stoppage Before Khulna Stand.
Time of Journey: Dhaka: 6.30 pm from Dhaka Sadarghat River Station. Reaches Khulna next Evening (6.30 pm) Khulna: 3.00 am. Reaches Dhaka next morning.
Fares: Dhaka To Mongla first class: USD 15 (Taka 1,030/person) Each Cabin has 2 beds. Dhaka-Khulna class: USD 17 (Taka 1,190/person). Deck Class fare: USD 2.2 (Taka 150) Sleeping Bag Needed to Travel By This Class.
Advance Ticket: You can book the ticket in advance. Buy ticket just before Two-Three days of your trip from Bangladesh Inland Transport Corporation (BIWTC). 5 Dilkusha, Dhaka. Phone: +88029559779 Office hour: Sunday to Thursday: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm.
Rocket Steamer
Reviewed by Aslam on Sep 26 2012

Saint Martin Coral Island

Saint Martin Island
St. martin island Bangladesh.
Saint Martin Coral Island is One of the Most Beautiful Attraction in Bangladesh. St. Martin is the Most Attractive Tourist Spot for Domestic and Foreign tourists. Traveler can go to the St. Martin from Dhaka City, Chittagong Hill City, or Cox’s Bazar Beach City. At First you have to Come to Teknaf. From Teknaf you can Ride a Sea Truck or Ship to St. Martin Island Coral. Sea Trucks Leaves Teknaf Every Morning At 9.00 am, and Return from St. Martin Island in the Same Day at 3.00 pm. There are many hotel and motel in the island. St. Martin Is Best Adventure Place For Traveler. Every Traveler Need To Carry Oxygen Mask And Water Mask Cloths From Dhaka For Adventure To Deep Side of Island Water To Seeks The Coral of Islands. And Contact A Tourist Guide For Adventure.
st martin photos
Saint martin, Bangladesh.
St. martin Island
Reviewed by Aslam on Sept 26 2012

Ruins Panam City in Bangladesh

Panam City Bangladesh
Panam City In Bangladesh
Historical Panam City Was Built By The Some Bangladeshi Businessmen, Mainly Some of The Hindu Cloth Merchants, in the 19th century. It Was Built In The Once Capital of Bangladesh – Sonargaon. This city is Now in Ruins. In the First of 19th century, Panam city was Built in Sonargaon Village. That time, Business of cotton and other cloths were developed based on the Panam city. That time, Sonargaon Got it Heritage back a little. In the first part of the 20th century, Some Rich Hindu Businessmen Started to Live Permanently in the Panam city With Family. The Still Remaining Ruins of the Buildings were the Residence of those Businessmen. In those Days, no City at the East Bengal was  near as Wealthy as Panam City. All the Buildings in the Panam city was Built facing a single Road, which is 5 miter long and 600 miter wide. In the city still Remains 52 Old Buildings. The whole city is surrounded with artificial canals. These canals was dug to protect the city from any outside attack. There was only one Pool or Bridge to enter the city in the west Road side. Back of every building is a pond. These ponds was used for household works. After the 1965 war of India-Pakistan, All Hindu Businessmen Started to Leave, and the City was Deserted. World Monument Fund Listed This Panam city in the World 100 Ruined city in 2006.

Standard Tours Routes of Bangladesh

Tours Route of Bangladesh
Standard Route of Tourism. Click Image To Full View.
Plan for A Good Private tour to Bangladesh with Car, driver and Tourist guide. Follow This Catalog For Cover All Famous Place of Bangladesh.
Day 1: When You Are Arrive At Dhaka Airport. Stay to Ruposhi Bangla Hotel. Overnight at Ruposhi Bangla Hotel.
Day 2: Full Day Dhaka city Sightseeing: Full day Dhaka city sightseeing With covering Sadarghata Port Terminal, Royal palace, Lalbag Fort, Curzon Hall, Central Shahid Minar and the distinctive Bangladesh Notational Parliament House Building. Lunch at local restaurant Near Parliament House Building. After lunch drive to Savar to visit Bangladesh National Memorial and Nandon Park. Overnight at Ruposhi Bangla Hotel.
Day3: Dhaka-Sonargaon: After breakfast drive to Sonargaon by A/C Micro. Visit the historical Panam city and Sonargaon Folk-art Museum and complex.Cruise in the river Megna from baddyar bazar by wooden country boat. Overnight at Sheraton Hotel.
Day 4: Dhaka- Bogra: After breakfast drive to Bogra by A/C micro passing through the panoramic Jamuna Bridge (the 11th longest in the world) via Shirajgonj. After lunch visit Mohasthangar archaeological sites and the museum. You can also visit the Vashu Vihara near th Mohasthangarh. Overnight and dinner at Naz garden hotel.
Day 5: Bogra-Rangpur-Dinajpur: After breakfast drive to Rangpur. Visit the Tajhat Zaminder Palace. Drive to Dimla Kalibarri via Gangachura and Domar. You can also visit the attractive Tista Barrage. After Tajhat sighseeing Drive to Kantajir Mondir and visit the ornamented terracotta temple. Over night on Parjatan hotel Dinajpur.
Day 6: Dinajpur-Paharpur-Rajshahi: After breakfast drive to paharpur the largest single monasteries south of Himalays (world heritage site). After Paharpur sightseeing drive towards Rajshahi. visit the spectacular Varendra research museum (if time permits) and the fine silk industry.Evening walk through the bank of Padma river to enjoy the sunset. Overnight at Hotel Parjatan hotel Rajshahi.
Day 7: Rajshahi-Puthia-Khulna: After break fast sightseeing at Puthia. Visit Puthia palace, Shiva temple and others terracotta temple in Puthia. After sightseeing drive towards Khulna. En-route you can visit the wonderful Bagha Mosque. Over night at Khulna.
Day 8: Sundarbans: After Early breakfast drive to Mongla to avail the boat for full day safari tour to Sundarbans forest. Lunch on the boat. Return Mongla by evening and overnight stay in Khulna.
Day 9: Khulna-Bagerhat-Dhaka: Morning after breakfast Bagerhat Sightseeing visit the Sixty Domb Mosque (world heritage site), shrine of Khan Jahan Ali. After Bagerhat sightseeing drive towards Dhaka. Upon arrival Dhaka check in to the hotel. Over night stay on hotel sheraton.
Day 10: Dhaka-Sreemangal: After breakfast drive to Sreemangal by land transport through the green valley and terraced tea garden at Srimangal where there are lots of attractions for nature loving tourist. This is an ideal place for eco-tourism. Upon arrival in Srimongal check in to the hotel. After lunch visit tea garden and MonipuriTribal villages and Lawachara forest at Srimangal. Over night stay at Srimangal.
Day 11: Srimongal-Moinamoti-Chittagong: Morning after breakfast drive towards Chittagong. En-route visit the most impressive archaeological sites Shalban Vihara at Moinamoti Lalmai hill range. There are more than 50 archaeological spots like Shalban Vihara, Kutila Mura, Ananda Vihara which are very important for studies of Buddhism. Upon arrival chittagong check into the hotel And Tours To Foy`s Lake.
Warning: Red marks area is Dangerous and It's better to avoid this destination.
Day 12: Chittagong-Rangamatti,Cruise on Kaptai lake: After breakfast drive to Rangamati hill district which is 77km distance from Chittagong. This is a unique place for holidays. After fresh up we will offer you the most fascinating boat cruise in the Kaptai Lake with its splendid setting of lush landscape and scenic grandeur. The boat journey through the vast expanse (spreading over 680sq. km.) of crystal clear water flanked by hills and evergreen dense forest with rich tribal villages temples and tribal markets fishing boat. Overnight stay at Parjatan hotel.
Day 13: Rangamatti- Bandarban: After breakfast visit Rajban Vihara, Buddhist temple. After sightseeing drive to the hill district Bandarban. On the way to Bandarban you will visit Moorong tribal villages, tribal market and transfer to Milonchari Resort And Nilgiri Mountaion. After lunch visit the Golden temple, local bazaar to get the touch of local people.Over night stay at Resort.
Day 14: Bandarban- Cox'sbazar: After breakfast jeep drive to Chimbuk hilltop (3700 feet high) and en-route visit the Murong
tribal villages, tribal market and attractive Shailopropat. After sightseeing drive to Cox’s Bazar through the hilly roads And Visit The Dulahazara Safari Park. Upon arrival Cox’s bazar check in to the hotel. Enjoy the sun set from the largest unbroken seabeach in the world
Day 15: Cox's bazar- Saint martin: After breakfast (7.30 am) drive for teknaf for onward ship to St.martin. Upon arrival Teknaf board in to the ship. Enjoy the cruise around 3 hrs on the river Naf and Bay of Bengal. Reach St. Martin in the afternoon & check in to the hotel. After lunch you will have free time on the coral island for enjoy the beauty. In the dinner, enjoy the delightful seafood. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 16: Saintmartin-Cox'sbazar: After the breakfast we will start sightseeing for Chera Deep by boat. Visit Chera deep (a small coral island). Return to hotel. After lunch departure from St. Martin for Teknaf at 3:00pm. Upon arrival to Teknaf transfer to Cox’s Bazar, dinner and overnight stay at hotel.
Day 17: Cox'sbazar-Dhaka: Morning start journey to Dhaka. Arrive Dhaka in the late evening. Dinner and overnight. (If you want to skip long drive its advisable to fly from cox'sbazar to Dhaka)
 Day 18: Departure transfer to airport: After breakfast if time permits we’ll offer a fascinating shopping trip. Transfer to Zia Int’l airport for onward destination.
Sundarban Mangrove Forest
Sundarban Mangrove Forest, Bangladesh.
Bangladesh Travel
Reviewed by Aslam on Sep 26 2012

Customized Guided Tour In Bangladesh

Dear Visitor, Welcome to my website. My name is Aslam, I am a little Photographer and a private tour guide in Dhaka, Bangladesh. with an exceptional understanding and enthusiasm for my native Bangladesh. Let me share my knowledge with you to make the most of your Bangladeshi vacation, arrange your itinerary and guide your tours throughout Bangladesh. Sightseeing tours with a private guide:
A customized guided tour by private guide gives you complete freedom to explore the city and country at your pace with an itinerary that suits your interests. From a few hours in Dhaka to a tour around Bangladesh, enjoy the ideal combination of an experienced private tourist guide. , I enjoy this. So, who are considering travel to Bangladesh with me, e-mail/call me for any kind of assistance.  phone me: +880-1710771195 or send a mail: Have a nice tour. Find me on Facebook
Md Aslam, 55 Topkhana Rd, Purana Paltan, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh.
Why hire a personal private guide?
You can meet a friendly, informative and local guide who will guide you through the city, the country.
You have a direct connection with your guide and you have the possibility to ask questions and discuss interesting issues.
You can be flexible, change your itinerary even during the tour.
You do not need to follow groups and wait for other people.
You will feel like a local friend not as a typical tourist.
Dhaka city
Dhaka city.

Bangladesh Has Never Won a medal of Olympic Games

Olympic Head Office
Olympic Head Office of Bangladesh
A Olympic Medal But!. Bangladesh is home to more than 154 million people And Growing, Making it the 8th most populated country in the world, But yet its Olympic futility is so bad it makes one wonder if a statistical mistake has been made. Bangladesh, sandwiched between northeastern Indian and Myanmar State, has never won a single medal( Gold, Silver or Bronze) at the Olympic Games and is unlikely to do anything to change that tortured record over the next few weeks. But it is not even the total lack of hardware that is the most telling sign of failure for this nation.