In this post, we’ll be talking about Bangladesh population and the language of people in Bangladesh, as well as Bangladesh, being one of the most densely populated countries in the world, and last but not the least, Sajekera Valley in Bangladesh.
Most countries in the world are suffering from drought while Bangladesh has too much water to deal with!
more than 161 million people call this place home, yet most people have no idea where it is located, let go of the cool things it has to offer!
Let’s find out what Bangladesh has except the longest natural sea beach in the world!
Recent History of Bangladesh
In recent history, Bangladesh was a part of the British occupied India. When British experts were drawing the borders, based on religion, Bangladesh became East Pakistan and what we know as Pakistan today was West Pakistan. Although both sides were Muslim, their differences were more than what they had in common, so, Bangladesh had to fight for its freedom until they gained it in 1971.
People in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is the world’s third most dense country in the world. Most of them are Muslim with a small percentage of Hindus and Christians. Surprisingly enough, they all get along with each other pretty well.
They speak Bengali and most of them have a good understanding of English.
What to do in Bangladesh
Cox’s Bazar Beach
This beach is the longest natural sea beach in the world running 150 kilometers (93 mi).
It is the most sought after tourist destination in Bangladesh.
One part of the beach is filled with international dead ships and boats.
Because of the amount of rain they get every year, almost all parts of the country are green. Sajekera valley has a spectacular view to enjoy.
Bangladesh is home to a lot of animals and birds species, like the famous Bengal tiger.
You can book some tours to visit them in person.
St. Martin’s Island
This beautiful island has dreamy white sand beaches with crystal water. There are a lot of hotels on the island, almost for any budget.
Bangladesh Overcrowded Trains
Trains in Bangladesh are overcrowded, people even sit on the top of the roof.
It’s not good to see the lack of basic amenities in a country, but it’s an attraction a lot of tourists are looking for when traveling to Bangladesh.
Traffic in Bangladesh
because of the population, there’s always a heavy traffic on most major streets and there’s almost no rules for drivers! They also don’t pull over when an Ambulance is crossing!
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15 thoughts on “Bangladesh, the world’s third most densely populated country, explained”
Your blog is SOOOO FUN to walk through! WOW!!! Thank You and Cheers!!! 🙂
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Sajekera valley and St.Martin’s island looks breathtakingly beautiful ❤️ and I’m surprised to find people on top of the trains!
Good post, enjoyed reading it.
Glad to know you enjoyed it!
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Really beautifully written
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…. And they do not follow the robots or street signals, they hoot. My heart was in my mouth. Once it too my several false starts to cross the road. The guide walked across and put out his hand and we crossed safely.
Yep. Cant do that in SA with our taxis, we would be roadkill.
I know exactly what you talking about. I’ve been into several places like that! The story is fun once you survive! Lol
wow amazing shot!!! the Traffic !!
Thank you sir! 😊
I’m not the photographer tho!
but the photo are very good!!
Really beautiful area! Breathtakingly beautiful!
Wow! On the crowding and traffic 😮
I can’t even imagine not pulling over for emergency vehicle 😮 it’s automatic to me.
We do have some dense areas ourself – nothing like that though! No way would they allow us to sit on the roof lol … as it is they make kids be in booster seats forever lol
Exactly. That is what fascinates me about underrated places like Bangladesh. They usually do things that often doesn’t even cross our minds!