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If you are one of those who plan to travel to Bangladesh, here you will find all useful information you may need, with experience from Bangladesh, with itinerary details, costs, safety, transportation, when to go, things to do and much more.

History and Facts about Bangladesh

Bangladesh? Yeah, sounds familiar, but no idea where it is located. That’s the reaction of the majority when someone mentions Bangladesh. Bangladesh is a country that is not usually on the News, nor does it have any great appeal that makes it known, so it is forgotten, as if it was another state of India with nothing interesting to say. It is precisely for these reasons that some people want to know something more about the country of Bengal. First and foremost because many feel a particular attraction, and affection in a way, for the countries of which no one speaks, those that almost no one is interested in visiting, and second because it can be an interesting road trip.

Little by little you will get to know more about its history and passionate about it. Just knowing that it was a country with a flag similar to that of Japan but green instead of white, to find out that it is the most densely populated country in the world, one of the poorest, who are crazy fans of our football and that Bengali, their language, is the great national pride.

After India's independence from the British Empire in 1947, the Muslims decided to separate into Western and eastern Pakistan, divided among themselves by nearly two thousand kilometers. This Independence was based on the religion that both territories shared, but leaving aside other fundamental issues for it to thrive. The Government of Pakistan believed that only that in common could keep both territories United, without taking into account that culture, language, and traditions were totally different.

Independence was not easy to absorb. Statistics show that it is the most densely populated country in the world (1090 inhabitants per km2), which brings constant blackouts, lack of water supply, pollution, and poverty (with 45% living in this state). Only 30 percent of women and 50 percent of men are literate.



When it comes to gambling in Bangladesh, as in many other Muslim countries, most forms of gambling are illegal, and gamblers might feel a bit limited because they only have access to betting on horse racing and lottery. There is also an open discussion about legalizing online-casino keno games, since the nature of keno is closely related to bingo and therefore, it allows to not be considered a classic gambling game. So, what does this mean? It means that any other form of gambling, like land-based casinos, seem to be illegal in the country, including playing casino games. However, they can always play the best online slots games, so browse around here to find one of the most reliable and legal online casino sites in Canada.

Geography and Infrastructure

Geography also plays a very important role in the life of the Bengalis. The country is crossed by countless rivers, which are both their angel and demon as well. For six months they feed the rural areas by irrigating the fields, and for the other six, the Monsoon causes the flooding of plantations and cities, cutting access to them. When you travel to Bangladesh you will notice that it is an extremely poor, dirty and disorganized country, but full of pride and hospitality.