Bangladesh in South Asia was part of the Bengal region, the northeast portion of the Indian subcontinent. It consists primarily of East Bengal and the Sylhet district of the Indian state of Assam. The country was once part of undivided Bengal, has rich culture and deep-rooted traditions. The Bengalis celebrate their festivals with plenty of enthusiasm. Its cottage industry products are popular among the tourists.
Tourists in Bangladesh will come across the World's longest natural sea beach, at the Cox's Bazar. Sundarbans here is the world's largest mangrove forest where the Royal Bengal tigers are spotted is the preserved World Heritage site. Its rich cultural heritage, relics of ancient Buddhist civilizations and colorful tribal lives will just astound visitors and will create an unforgettable impression to the people travelling to Bangladesh.