One of the most compelling perks of travelling solo is that one is able to curate the trip however they want without having to comply with the wishes or needs of another.
With its rich history and culture, most places in Bangladesh offer something of interest. Not only is there plenty to see, but also there’s plenty to taste. Here is a short list (and in no way comprehensive) of places you can travel while treating your palate.
Mirza Abidur Rahman, the creative force behind the YouTube channel THUNDER VLOG, has emerged as an aspiring motovlogger in Bangladesh, taking viewers on mesmerising journeys through his road trips and lens.
Eliza Binte Elahi is a woman with many monikers and identities. She is a travel vlogger with over 28,000 followers on Facebook. She is a travelogue writer who contributes to major news outlets in Bangladesh and has also published two books.
Travelling on a budget is not everyone’s cup of tea. On this note, there is no point in disagreeing that the more you spend on a tour, the more convenient you can expect it to be. Therefore, the very first thing we propose sacrificing while planning a budget tour is convenience.
With its convenient rail and bus connections to Dhaka, Mymensingh has all the makings of a bustling tourism hub. So, here is a list of places you can visit in Mymensingh on your next trip.
Bangladesh is home to some stunning and diverse forests that are truly enchanting. From the magnificent Sundarbans to the freshwater Ratargul Swamp Forest, the forests that dot the landscape are a treasure trove waiting to be discovered.
Try to plan one trip to the beach every year. Do some careful financial planning, save up, and set aside three to four days (the more, the better) from your work schedule to spend time at the beach, because an annual beach getaway is absolutely worth it.