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Are you planning a trip to Southern Asia? Touch down on flights to Bangladesh! Shahjalal International Airport (DAC) is the biggest and most popular gateway in the country. Air India, Emirates, Etihad Airways and British Airways offer cheap flights to Bangladesh from the UK. Biman is the only airline to offer direct flights to Bangladesh from London.
Bangladesh has six very different seasons and if you're planning a holiday in Bangladesh it's best to avoid Monsoon (June-July) and winter (December-January). Peak season is spring and summer but also when flights are the most expensive.
Flights to Bangladesh with 1 stopover take at least 14 hours from London.
Bangladesh has a lot to offer travellers, from ancient ruins and sites, historic temples and mosques, to beaches, resorts and incredible natural landscapes. Visit the largest Mangrove forest, climb Keokradong Peak and raft past Nafa-khum Waterfall!
Sundarbans: Take your Bangladesh car hire to the largest mangrove forest in the world. The forest stretches into India and is home to the Royal Bengal Tigers. With a bit of luck you'll spot one but also some leopards, King Cobras and giant saltwater crocodiles.
Cox's Bazar: Planning a trip to the beach? This is the most popular beach resort thanks to its 120km-long sandy beach. It's the longest sand beach in the world! Think of it as the Cancun of the East.
Mymensingh: If you visit one city, skip the capital and visit Mymensingh instead. With 200 years history, this historic city sits on the banks of the Brahmaputa River and is known for its cultural and political history. It's a must!
Find more information on Tourism Board of Bangladesh.
You'll find everything you need to get a good night's rest in Bangladesh. Be prepared though for lower standards than neighbouring India. You can find rooms as cheap as US$1 but we'll let you imagine what you get for that price! For safety and cleanliness, stick to Bangladesh hotels in the mid-range and better.