On ENG 101 Submitted to
Farhana Zareen Bashar
Lecturer Dept. of English East West University
Name:Marufa khan ID :2009-3-10-043 DEPT:BBA Submission Date:
Tourism is often synonymous to traveling for pleasure and education. It is also a business of attracting tourists and providing for their accommodation and entertainment. In many countries, tourism is an industry for earning Inland Revenue and foreign exchange. The many businesses that grow concomitantly with development of tourism include airlines, shipping, hotels and restaurants, finance companies, tour operators, travel agents, car rental firms, caterers and retail establishments and together, they contribute significantly to the overall development of a country's economy and to its cultural diversification and assimilation. Bengal had always attracted tourists. Travelers from different parts of the world had interest in this part of the world since very ancient times. They visited Bengal with varied purposes. Some came with missionary objectives, some with motives of exploring business opportunities; some came to attend seats of learning and some for meeting curiosity.
Bangladesh and Tourism
Bangladesh is one of the few countries in South Asia, which remains to be explored. Bangladesh has a delicate and distinctive attraction of its own to offer and it is definitely not a tourist haunt like Nepal or India. The traditional emphasis of the tourist trade has always been on the material facilities offered by a country rather than on its actual charms. It's a land of enormous beauty, hundreds of serpentine rivers, crystal clear water lakes surrounded by ever green hills, luxuriant tropical rain forests, world's largest mangrove forest preserved as World Heritage, home of the Royal Bengal Tiger and the wild lives, wind in the paddy fields, abundance of sunshine, world's longest natural sea beach, rich cultural heritage, relics of ancient Buddhist civilizations and colorful tribal lives, -Bangladesh creates an unforgettable impression of a land of peace.
Anyone will appreciate our culture and the environment, and can enjoy an ideal blend of adventure and exploration with comfort and relaxation.
Tourist spots in Bangladesh
Bangladesh offers tourists a variety of attractions in almost every part of the country, these are Bogra, Chittagong, Cox's Bazar, Saint Martin's Island, Dhaka, Dinajpur, Kaptai, Mainamati, Rangamati, Rajshahi, Sylhet, Sundarban, Mymensingh, Kuakata, Khulna, Shahjadpur, Kuthibari, Natore, Paharpur. All of those area tourists are very much interested in Cox’s Bazar, Moynamoti, Rangamati, and Saint Martin's Island.
Miles of golden sands, towering cliffs, surfing waves, rare conch shells, colorful pagodas, Buddhist temples and tribes, delightful sea-food--this is Cox's Bazar, the tourist capital of Bangladesh. Having the world's longest (120 kilometers.) beach sloping gently down to the blue waters of the Bay of Bengal, Cox's Bazar is one of the most attractive tourist sport in the country. Located at a distance of 152 km. south of Chittagong, the leading seaport of Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar is connected both by air and road from Dhaka and Chittagong. Other attractions for visitors are conch shell market, tribal handicraft, salt and prawn cultivation. The Cox’s Bazar consist of Himchari, Inani, Maheskhali, Ramu, Sonadia Island, Teknaf.
About eight km. to the west of Comilla town which is situated 144 km. south east of Dhaka lies a range of low hills known as Mainamati-Lalmai ridge, an extensive centre of Buddhist culture. On the slopes of these hills lie scattered a treasure of information about the early Buddhist civilization (7th-12th Century A.D.) At Salban in the middle of the ridge, excavations bare a Large Buddhist Vihara (monastery) and imposing Central Sharine. It has revealed valuable information about the...