Planning Your Trip to Bangladesh: What to Know Before You Go



Bangladesh is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. With its unique history and culture, it makes a great place to travel to if you’re looking for something different from your usual vacation spot. If you want to experience Bangladesh but aren’t sure what to expect, here are some things that can help you plan your trip:

Be mindful of the infrastructure in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is still developing its infrastructure and services for tourists. While most of the main cities have reliable electricity and water supply, cell phone service is less frequent outside of urban areas.

Additionally, because of how densely populated this country is (it’s one of the most densely populated countries in the world), traffic jams can be an issue even when roads are paved smoothly enough for cars to drive on them safely—especially around major holidays like Eid al-Fitr or Eid al-Adha (known as “Bakrid” or “Kurbani” depending upon whether those holidays fall during winter or summer).

Staying safe in Bangladesh

Because safety isn’t always guaranteed at every turn during your travels through Bangladesh, it’s important that you prepare yourself both mentally and physically for what could happen while visiting this beautiful country.

For example: if it rains heavily while hiking Mount Apu (the highest mountain peak within mainland Asia), then flash floods might occur which could make navigating certain areas difficult without proper training; likewise, if you’re planning on going swimming at Boroboi beach just south of Cox’s Bazar city then strong currents caused by monsoons might sweep away people who aren’t careful about where they swim

Plan ahead for your trip to Bangladesh

To get the most from your trip, plan ahead and really experience this country.

Arriving in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh and home to over 20 million people, can be overwhelming at first. The city is beautiful but busy and bustling with traffic.


As you can see, there’s a lot to plan when it comes to visiting Bangladesh. But don’t let that scare you off! Grab your passport and get ready for an adventure unlike any other.

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Written by Tamanna Reza


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