Bangladeshi traditions, notable events, festivals, special days and national holidays. Traveling in Bangladesh is the best way to immerse yourself in the culture of the country.
Sunday 9 May
- Mother’s Day
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Bangladesh has the world’s largest river and the world’s largest mangrove.
It is estimated that somewhat 70% of the population are farmers. Some 96% of the country’s revenue from exports come from the clothing and textile industry.
Bangladesh has a rich tradition of folk songs, with lyrics rooted in vibrant tradition spirituality, mysticism, devotion.
Country has the third largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia and Pakistan.
The Cox Bazar Beach is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, and it’s the third longest beach in the world.
If you travel to Bangladesh, make sure to try the Hilsha Fish Curry, which is the national dish. Hilsha is a species of fish that is related to the herring, and it’s a popular food here.