Bangladesh one of the most diverse but least visted countries in Asia.
On the banks of the Burignaga river, lies the capital. Dhaka is known as the city of the mosques, and also is one of the best places in the world to travel by Rickshaw. It is the perfect way to see the sites Dhaka has to offer.
Bangladesh is home to many fantastic national parks including the Lowacherra National Park which is a huge protected land of amazing wildlife. There's a chance to see the endangered gibbon, capped langur and the orange bellied Himalayan squirrel. There are nearly 250 different specials of animals taking their habitat in this national park, and it's understandable as to why this land is protected.
The cusine in Bangladesh range from varieties of vegetables, to milk based meat dishes. Rice is also a main dish, and seasoned with local spices and flavours, the unique taste cannot be missed. Curries, soups and fish dishes are other traditional dishes, and an icon of Bengali cuisine.
Cricket is huge in Bangladesh. A national game can bring the country together as a whole, and victory sparks celebrations that can travel across the country. There are many events which can bring the country together. One being Language Movement day, which is an annual event in the country, and February 21st is observed to pay tribute to people who sacrificed their lives to make Bengali the official language of Pakistan.