The issue of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has been receiving phenomenal attention from many governments. Bangladesh is not lagging behind from it. Economic development for the developing countries like Bangladesh is largely dependent on FDI. The major challenges for the host country are to ensure an eye-catching and conducive investment climate to foreign investors for FDI inflow. In recent years, Bangladesh has been devoting efforts for attracting FDI offering a lot of lucrative incentives and benefits. Though attempts taken to increase FDI inflow, the result achieved is not appreciable enough for Bangladesh. This term paper will portray the FDI inflow since 1995 and finds out causes and reasons of low-inflow based on data available in web. Here different indices have been shown graphically which have substantial impact on investment decision of foreign investors. Recent indices are illustrated and briefly analyzed here collected from Doing Business Report 2011, Human Development Report 2010, Bangladesh Economic Review 2011, Major economic indicators: monthly update (volume 06/2010), Bangladesh Bank and Global Competitiveness Report by Center for Policy Dialogue. Export data and information on EPZs have also been stated here importantly. Incentives for foreign investors offered by Bangladesh Government and competitive advantages of doing business in Bangladesh are two very important parts stated in this paper. It also finds out the impediments and highlighted prospects for FDI in Bangladesh and provides some recommendations for its enhancements.