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Popular Driving Routes: Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a country rich in culture and history located in South Asia. It is famous for its spectacular landscapes, ancient temples and hospitable inhabitants.

1. Right-hand traffic. Bangladesh has right-hand traffic, which is standard for most countries in the world.
2. Road condition. Roads in urban areas are usually in good condition, but in rural areas there may be some poorly paved sections.
3. Traffic. In large cities such as Dhaka, traffic can be very heavy, especially during peak hours.


Interesting facts:
1. Bangladesh is one of the most populated countries in the world.
2. The country is home to the largest mangrove forest in the world, the Sundarbans, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
3. Bangladesh is the largest producer of jute in the world.


Places to visit by car:

1. Dhaka: The capital city of the country where you will find historical sites such as Lalbagh Fort and Ahsan Manjil.
-Route: Take a drive along Dhaka's main roads such as Mirpur Road and Ayrport Road to enjoy the views of the city.


2. Chittagong: The second largest city in Bangladesh, known for its harbours and beautiful hills.
- How to Drive: If you are travelling from Dhaka, take the N1 road. The journey will take about 5-6 hours.
- Itinerary: On the way you can stop at comargaon to see the local markets and taste the local cuisine.


3. Sylhet: An area with beautiful tea plantations and amazing green scenery.
- How to Drive: From Dhaka, take the N2 road to the east. The journey will take about 4-5 hours.
- Route: On the way, you will pass through many beautiful places like Madhabpur Lake. This is an ideal place for a short stop and enjoy the scenery.


4. Rajshahi: A city rich in history and architecture including Puthiya Castle.
- How to Drive: From Dhaka, head west on the N507 road. The journey will take about 5-6 hours.
- Route: One of the interesting places along the way is Nator, where you can see old monuments and palaces.


International Driving Licence:
To drive a car in Bangladesh, foreign nationals will usually need an International Driving Permit (IDP) in addition to a national driving licence.

Bangladesh is an amazing country full of contrasts and amazing places to explore by car. From colourful city streets to quiet, green landscapes, a road trip in Bangladesh promises to be an unforgettable experience.







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