Numerous attractions and sights in Bangladesh can be visited in cities, villages and wilderness areas. From natural wonders to sites of historical and cultural interest, Bangladesh’s attractions draw vast numbers of tourists annually. On this page we take a look at cultural and historical sights and attractions in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh boasts three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. One of these is the Mosque City of Bagerhat. Situated in the southwest region of Bangladesh, it was declared a World Heritage Site in 1983. Paharpar is another World Heritage Site. Designated such in 1985, this is an ancient city inhabited by Mahayana Buddhists between 800 AD and 1300 AD. Distinctive Buddhist architecture is seen in the buildings. The third World Heritage site is the Sundarbans delta. This is the world’s biggest mangrove forest extending through Bangladesh and India. Situated at the mouth of the Ganges River, the Sundarbans delta is made up of waterways, islands and mudflats filled with a variety of fauna. It is believed that some 400 Bengal tigers reside here.
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