Bangladesh is a land of scenic beauty. It is a very generous and tourist friendly Country. It has beautiful cultural heritage and historical relics. It has unique archaeological sites and eco-tourism spots subsequent to the World’s largest mangrove forest the Sundarbans, the World’s longest unbroken sea beach in Cox’s Bazar. The oldest archaeological sites such as Lalbagh Fort in Dhaka, Panam City Sonargaon Narayan Ganj, Mainamoti in Comilla, Kantaji Temple in Dinajpur, and spectacular monuments and mausoleums of language movement and liberation war of the country. There are lot of tourist activities such as yachting, cruising, angling, water skiing, river hiking, rowing, and sea bathing. If we talk about Bangladeshi food, it is nearby connected to that of surrounding Bengali and North-East Indian. The main Bengali foods are fish, vegetables and lentils served taking into account rice. The main Bengali foods are fish, vegetables and lentils served with rice. There is a proverb- “Mache Vate Bangali”.
Transport is an important part of Bangladesh’s economy. Infrastructure development has increased rapidly since the independence of the country. The transport system of Bangladesh consists of roads, railways, air and inland waterways. However, there must be significant progress in ensuring uniform access to all available transportation.