Around 100 tour operators from India, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka are participating in the programme.
The three-day international tourism fair -- Dhaka Travel Mart -- began at a city hotel today.
A three-day long Bangladesh International Travel and Tourism Expo (BITTE) will start on December 1 to boost the country's tourism industry and showcase Bangladesh to global tourists.
Hotels and resorts in tourist destinations across Bangladesh are enjoying brisk business thanks to the long holiday afforded by most industries in the current festival season centring Eid-ul-Fitr as they look to partially recover pandemic-induced losses.
The name “Sreemangal” makes the heart tremble, according to a man who came to visit the ever-popular tourist destination to enjoy the Eid holiday with his family.
Kuakata, a town in Kalapara upazila of Patuakhali, has become a hotbed for tourism once again as visitors are flocking to the popular seaside destination for much-needed rest and relaxation amid the receding coronavirus crisis.
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (BPC) is going to start a special bus service for tourists who want to see Padma Bridge.
Kuakata, home to the second largest beach in Bangladesh, is already visited by a large number of domestic and foreign tourists each year but their numbers could increase seven-fold once the Padma Multipurpose Bridge is officially opened, according to local businesspeople.
The Parliament today passed “Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (Amendment) Bill-2022” aiming at strengthening the corporation, and expand its scope to develop the tourism industry.
Top officials of the government at a workshop today said the government couldn’t provide proper policy support to encash the huge prospect of the country's tourism sector.
Proper planning for the tourism sector’s development has become imperative as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) cannot be achieved by 2030 if tourism does not flourish in Bangladesh, said speakers at a meeting yesterday.
Global tourism is roaring back to life despite Covid travel headaches and the effects of the war in Ukraine, but it has yet to return to its pre-pandemic health.
Bangladesh Tourism Corporation (Amendment) Bill, 2022 was placed in Parliament today in a bid to make the existing law a time-befitting one for earning more revenue from the tourism sector.
Guliakhali Sea Beach, a unique sea beach located in Sitakunda upazila, was declared a reserved area for tourism yesterday.
Young people in Bangladesh are increasingly joining the country’s largely untapped tourism sector on completion of the tertiary-level education instead of running after government and private jobs.
There will be no outdoor event to welcome the new year 2022 in Cox's Bazar.