Mazedul Nayan, special correspondent of country’s leading online news-portal Banglanews, has received Asia Journalism Fellowship 2017 for his outstanding works in professional journalism...
Prime Minister Shiekh Hasina is expected to go on a four-day state visit to the neighboring India on April 7. The Premier has not visited India on a state tour since her last visit in 2010. In the meantimes, few attempts were taken to arrange a visit, however, the process ended in vain for many reasons. So, the upcoming tour is very important for some bilateral issues...
Sadar upazila nirbahi officer (UNO) Sujan Chowdhury said a handbook on Bandarban tourism is essential to attract more visitors.
Chittagong University (CU) geography and environment science department Professor Mohammad Mohibullah commented that about 80 percent tourist spots in Bandarban district have not been discovered.
Bandarban deputy commissioner Dilip Kumar Banik said his administration is cordial for the development of tourism in the area.
Country’s leading online news portal Banglanews24.com has begun the much awaited discussion over the prospect of tourism in Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) at Bandarban deputy commissioner’s conference room on Friday morning (October 21).
I got surprised to see the writings on the main gate of ‘Meghla, service oriented tourism center’. How tourism center can be service oriented!
Tourists are respected as ‘gods’ to us. So, we try to entertain them with due hospitality when they come to Chittagong Hill Tracks (CHT) districts.
At a glimpse travelers will see palm, tomal bush and saal-pial forest, then the mahua forest.
It is called mountain which is a heap of rocks but there may be controversy about how much it should be above the sea level. However, in a plain land in Bangladesh we are to admit that if it is 2,000 feet above the sea-level it is called hill.
I never conceived that the morning will be so pleasant. In the early autumn morning I went to Reserve Bazar launch-ghat from cantonment area.
As soon as we crossed the river Noonchhari, we had to start climbing stairs. Thick bush on both sides was visible.
The ‘hanging bridge’ on Kaptai Lake is now under three feet water. No tourist could touch their feet on the deck of the hanging bridge. Actually due to ‘wrong design’ the ‘symbol of Rangamati’ is giving a ‘price’.
The green Malta (BARI-1) of the hill region has created revolution both in the plain land and hill region.
Rangamati deputy commissioner (DC) M Shamsul Arefin underscored the need for more private investment to develop tourism here in Rangamti district, one of the most treasured tourist spots of the country.