Tourism in Bangladesh

Most of the country consists of the alluvial plains of the huge Ganges-Brahmaputra river system, the largest delta in the world. To the east lie the modest peaks of the Chittagong Hill Tracts. The seaside tourist town of Cox’s Bazar boasts the world’s longest unbroken stretch (120 km) of sandy beach, sloping gently down into the blue water of the Bay of Bengal. In Dhaka (north central), the historic capital city of Bangladesh, one can visit the uncompleted 17th-century Lalbagh Fort, the stately Ahsan Manzil palace and museum (sometimes called The Pink Palace), the Chota Katra, and many mosques.

Tourism organisations in Bangladesh
Association of Cargo Agents of Bangladesh
Association of Travel Agents of Bangladesh
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Bogra)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Chittagong)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Dinajpur)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Karwan Bazar)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Khagrachari)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Khulna)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Kuakata)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Mongla)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Rajsahi)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Rangamati)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Rangapur)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Sylhet)
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Tungipara)
Bangladesh Youth Hostel Association
Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism
National Hotel Association of Bangladesh
Tour Operators Association of Bangladesh