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Tourism in-bangladesh ppt


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Tourism in-bangladesh ppt

  1. 1. Tourism in Bangladesh
  2. 2.  Group name-Authentic
  3. 3. The beautiful country of Bangladesh has tourist attractions including archaeological sites, historical mosques and monuments, rivers, tea gardens, beaches, forests, tribal people and wildlife of various species. Along with rich cultural heritage, it leaves an unforgettable impression on the mind of any visitor.
  4. 4. Mosque : Seven domed Mosque (17th century)Baitul Mukarram National Mosque, Star Mosque(18th century). Hindu Temples : Dhakeshwari Temple, Ramakrishna Mission.
  5. 5. National Memorial : Located at Savar, 35, km. from Dhaka city. The memorial designed by architect Moinul Hossein, is dedicated to the sacred memory of people who fought for independence in 1971. Lalbagh Fort : It was built in 1678 by Prince Mohammad Azam, son of Mughal emperor Aurangazeb. Outstanding among the monuments of the Lelbagh are the tomb of Pari Bibi (Fairy lady), and also shahid minar, sonargon, picnic spots, clubs, institue of arts and crafs are place to visit.
  6. 6. The world’s longest unbroken natural sea beach lies on Cox’s Bazaar. Other beaches in Bangladesh include Kuakata, which is famous for its sight of both sunrise and sunset. And the beautiful coral island of Saint Martin’s is a very popular tourist destination here in Bangladesh.
  7. 7. Mainimati Ruins: Famous as an important centre of Buddhist culture from the 7th to 12th centuries, the buildings excavated here were made wholly of baked bricks. Kaptai: A pleasant and picturesque drive of 64 km. from Chittagong brings you to a huge expanse of emerald and blue water ringed with tropical forest. It is the famous man- made Kaptai lake (680 sq. km) formed by damming the Karnaphuli river.
  8. 8. The Hill Tracts, Rangamati, Bandarban & Khagrachori, are known for their high peaks, beautiful lakes and tribal people.
  9. 9. The largest mangrove forest in the world, the Sundarbans, is situated in the south- western part of the country. Some tourist spot of Khulna
  10. 10. Sylhet, with its green carpet of tea on small hillocks and natural reserved forests, is an excellent picturesque site of serenity. Some tourist spot of shy let
  11. 11. Puthia, Mohastanghar and Paharpur fills up the amazing collection of archaelogical sites in the northern side of the Bangladesh.
  12. 12. Facts for the Traveler Visas: Bangladesh visas are valid for six months from the date of issue and are good for stays of one or three months. Health risks: Cholera, dysentery, hepatitis, malaria and meningococcal meningitis Time: GMT/UTC plus six hours Electricity: 220 volts, 50Hz Tourism: 115,000 visitors in 1990 When to Go: The best time to visit Bangladesh is in the cold season, from October to February, when the weather is dry and fresh. Avoid April when humidity and heat gang up to make conditions intolerable. Money & Costs: Currency: Taka( 61 Taka= US$ 1 Dollar ) Budget(meal): US$0.50-$2 Mid-range: US$2-5 Top-end: US$5 and upwards
  13. 13. How To Travel Air: Bangladesh can be reached by air from any part of the world. Biman, Bangladesh airlines connects Dhaka with 27 major cities of the world. Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, Athens, Bangkok, Bombay, Calcutta, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Karachi, Kathmandu, Kualalumpur, London, Muscat, Dhahran, Baghdad, Kuwait, Yangoon, Rome, Tripoli, Tokyo, Singapore, Baharin, Frankfurt, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Sarjah, Seoul, Riyadh and Delhi. Biman, Bangladesh Airlines also connects Dhaka with Chittagong, Jessore, Cox's Bazar, Rajshahi Saidpur and Sylhet in its 7 domestic routes. (Biman, Bangladesh Airlines, Ph: 9560151-9; Enquiry & Reservations). Rail: The Bangladesh Railway provides an efficient service to places of interest such as Chittagong, Sylhet, Khulna, Mymensingh, Bogra, Rajshahi, Dinajpur starting from Dhaka. The inter-city Express Service is available to and from important cities at cheap fares.
  14. 14.  River : Country-Made boats are the most widely used carrier one can see in the river and rivulets. The landscape of Bangladesh is dominated by about 250 rivers which flow essentially north-sourth. Wherever there is a river and a village, a launch or steamer will ply for trade. A journey by Rocket Steamer service from Dhaka (Sadarghat) to Khulna, the gateway to Sundarbans is a rewarding experience. Bus/Coach Services: Road transport in Bangladesh is predominantly a private sector affair. Rates are among the cheapest in the world. Express and non-stop services are available to principal towns from different places How To Travel
  15. 15. Hotel expense Accommodation: Tourist Hotel: Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation the National tourism Organization Operates Number of Modern hotels, motels and cottages throughout the country. International standard hotels are available in Dhaka, Chittagong and Cox's Bazar. For booking of Parjatan accommodation one may contact Central Reservation, Parjatan Head Office, 233 Airport Road, Tejgaon, Dhaka, Fax: 880-2- 8117235, Phone: 880-2-8119192, 8117855-9 or any Tourist Information Centre.
  16. 16. Food and other expense Western food is available in all major hotels and most of the big restaurants in import cities. But local dishes are far better and more exotic. Curries of many kinds around, cooked with proper spices and powder. ROOM CATEGORY RACK RATES Standard Single/Double US$ 141 Executive Single/Double US$ 148 Deluxe Single/Double US$ 170 Junior Suite Single/Double US$ 196 Executive Suite Single/Double US$ 230 Deluxe Suite Single/Double US$ 281 Extra Bed US$ 15 Meal Rates Breakfast-Buffet Luncheon-Buffet Dinner-Buffet US$ 8 US$ 10 US$ 15
  17. 17. Problem of Bangladesh Tourism  Tourism is one of the most important sectors in a large number of developing countries. Increases in economic growth, disposable income and leisure time, political stability, and aggressive tourism campaigns, among others factors, have fuelled the significant growth of tourism.
  18. 18. Impacts of Tourism  National and global impacts of tourism influence the overall situation of a country concerning its economy, socio-economic condition, ecology and environment. Tourism enriches economy, exchanges social and cultural values, and conserves nature; however, it has some negative impacts as well.  Economic Impact  Socio-Cultural Impact  Environmental Impact
  19. 19. With its delicate and distinctive attraction, Bangladesh has a lot to attract tourists. It a perfect blend of adventure and exploration with joy and comfort, with the opportunity of real time learning experience.