Bangladesh, located in the east of India and its Padma (Ganges), Meghna and Jamuna waterways make ripe fields, and go by pontoon is normal. On the southern drift, the Sundarbans, a huge mangrove backwoods imparted to Eastern India, is home to the illustrious Bengal tiger.
Pressed with rickshaws and mosques, Dhaka, the thickly populated capital, is home to the forcing nineteenth century Ahsan Manzil (or "Pink Royal residence"), a previous imperial habitation. Toward the north, the city of Sylhet, encompassed by tea estates and timberlands, has a sanctuary to Sufi holy person Hazrat Shah Jalal. Close Paharpur are the remnants of an immense eighth century Buddhist cloister, Somapura Mahavihara, and the eighteenth century earthenware Kantaji Hindu sanctuary. The southeastern Chittagong Slope Tracts offer beautiful climbs through wildernesses and past waterfalls. On the drift, the long shoreline of Cox's Bazar is a prominent surfing spot.
Republic of Bangladesh
House No. 1, Street No. 5, F-6/3, Islamabad (Pakistan)
PAKISTAN HIGH COMMISION DHAKA
NE(C)-2, Road-71, Gulshan-2 Dhaka Bangladesh
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