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Bangladesh Festival For Tourism is All Set to Begin this September

Bangladesh Festival For Tourism is All Set to Begin this September

Bangladesh Tourism Board will be hosting a 4-day “Bangladesh Festival” which will be designed to focus on the tourism wonders, delectable cuisine, and a wide array of products of the country. The festival is set to kick off on the 27th of September in Dhaka City, the Capital, to Mark World Tourism Day.

Recently Abu Tahir Muhammad Zaber, the Chief Executive Officer of BTB, Announced during a press conference held at his office that,  The event will be taking place at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in the capital’s Agargaon area.

He emphasised that the festival represents a significant milestone as it is the first-ever “Bangladesh Festival” to showcase tourism offerings and service providers from various districts across the country.

Abu Tahir said Bangladesh will host the festival from September 27 to 30 to observe World Tourism Day, featuring the active involvement of airlines, hotels, resorts, amusement parks, tourist vessels, travel agents, and tour operators.

This festival will assist visitors in crafting exciting future travel itineraries for exploring Bangladesh. It will feature a wide array of special offers and arrangements catering to nationwide tourism, he added.

Mohammad Sadequl Arefeen, Managing Director and CEO of Spellbound, said, the festival offers a diverse culinary experience with international dishes and authentic Bangladeshi cuisine.

Visitors can explore Bangladesh’s natural beauty, historic sites, traditions, and tourism offerings. District-specific tourist attractions will be showcased through pictures.

World Tourism Day 2023, themed “Tourism and Green Investment”, will be celebrated globally on September 27 and Bangladesh will also observe the day.

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Written by Nadia Farha Mubin

Content Writer and Travel Enthusiast


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