Tourism Sector Of Bangladesh
THESIS PAPER ON TOURISM OF BANGLADESH
Course: Advanced Composition (BUS-133)
M.H.School of Business
Department Of English
1. Toukir Ahmed ID #101 209 025
2. Md. Shakil Miah ID # 102 141 025
5th Deceember 2011
First of all we would like to thanks our honorable faculty Shanaz Akhter, Department Of English, Presidency University, for giving us such an opportunity to prepare the thesis paper on Tourism In Bangladesh for the course BUS 133. He has helped us a lot for making this report correctly and he is very helpful the entire semester and we found him available whenever we need his help. Now I would also like to thank my beloved group members of Toukir Ahmed, Shakil Miah,, for providing me such information’s and helping me making this report properly.
Letter of Transmittal:
5th December 2011
Deportment Of English
Submission of the Thesis paper on “Tourism of Bangladesh”
Here is the thesis paper which is due on 5th December 2011 as a requirement for completing the course on Advanced Composition (BUS-133)
We have completed the final report of thesis paper on Tourism in Bangladesh, which is now essential in our country. Now-a-days, the numbers of tourist are increasing and there is not much developed ideas or plan to promote the tourism sector of Bangladesh. So through this Thesis paper, we have tried to show the necessity of development of Bangladesh tourism and its usefulness and also we have showed how to set up this development process.
We thank for giving us an opportunity to work on this area. If you find any difficulty regarding understanding any part of the report, please feel free to contact the undersigned.
1. Toukir Ahmed …………………………………….. 2. Shakil Miah ……………………………………… 3. Homayra Binte Wali ……………………………………. Introduction
A Land with potential for Tourism:
THE tourism sector of Bangladesh is pleading for attention. This is the country which has the largest mangrove forest in the world in Sundarbans, the beautiful hills in Rangamati, the exotic tea gardens in Sylhet, the wonderful sights and sounds surrounding the livelihood of the indigenous people in the Chittagong Hill Tracts and Bandarban, the centuries old mansions and villas belonging to the Maharajas of past civilizations, the brilliant natural scenery in Foy's Lake, and the longest natural beach in the whole planet in Cox's Bazaar. And this is just to name a few attractions. Bangladesh has tremendous potential for becoming a superb international tourist hotspot.
Located about 320km, West of Dhaka. Here in the south, spread over an area of about 6000 sq. km. of delta swamps along the coastal belt of Khulna is the biggest mangrove forest, Sundarbans (beautiful forest) - the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger. These dense mangrove forests are criss-crossed by a network of rivers and creeks. One find here tides flowing in two directions in the same creek and often tigers swimming across a river or huge crocodiles basking in the sun. Other wildlife in this region is cheetahs, spotted deer, monkeys, pythons, wild bears and hyenas. [pic]
Kaptai is an upazila under Rangamati district. It is famous for hydro-electric project. A panoramic man-made lake called Kaptai Lake (680-sq. km.) in the midst of hills has added to its beauty. A pleasant and picturesque drive of 64 km. from Chittagong brings you to huge expanse of emerald and blue water ringed with tropical forest. Only 3 km. from Kaptai along Chittagong road, lays the ancient Chit Morong...
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