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Coronavirus casts gloom on tourism in Rangamati, Bandarban

The global outbreak of the COVID-19 has affected life and economy unlike anything the world has ever seen. The travel restrictions over the pandemic wreaked havoc on the transport and tourism sectors.

Boga Lake is a wonder for tourists. No one exactly knows how the mysterious water body, located 1200 feet above the hills, was created. Located in Ruma upazila of Bandarban district, the lake is surrounded by hills in three sides.

Where can you go on holiday in Europe as COVID-19 restrictions ease?

European countries are starting to relax travel restrictions, keen to lure back foreign tourists this summer as the number of new coronavirus infections falls.

A view of Oia, following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on the island of Santorini, Greece, 7 May 2020.

Sri Lanka to reopen some tourism in June

Sri Lanka plans to reopen its tourism sector in mid-June by allowing only small groups of visitors to begin with, a local newspaper quoted a senior tourism ministry official as saying.

People wearing protective face masks attend the first drive-in concert, in Colombo.

Italy looks to reopen borders for travellers next month

In a bid to contain the contagion, Italy was the first European country to impose nationwide restrictions in March, not sanctioning an initial relaxation of the rules until 4 May, when it allowed ...

A sign indicates safety measures at La Rinascente department store, which is due to reopen with social distancing measures applied, after it was closed due to the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Milan, Italy, on 16 May 2020

Kuakata finds itself again

Kuakata, the sea beach with its pristine sand, red crabs and aquatic life, seems to have found itself again, in the absence of tourists during the lockdown

With no tourists to disturb them during the lock down, red crabs scuttle happily around the Kuakata beach

China sees 85m domestic tourist trips in three days

China saw nearly 85 million domestic tourist trips in the first three days of its five-day May Day holiday which started 1 May, the culture and tourism ministry said on Sunday.

People enjoy the day at a beach after no local coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases have been recorded for 2 weeks in Hong Kong, China on 3 May 2020. Reuters

57 stranded Bangladeshis return home from India

Those who returned went to India for treatment, business and tourism purposes and got stuck when the Indian government declared lockdown to prevent the coronavirus spread

57 stranded Bangladeshis return home from India

A Day in Dinajpur

All over the walls of the temple are beautifully designed scenes from Mahabharata, Ramayana and other Hindu scriptures. The art also reflects the social system, life and work of those times.

A Day in Dinajpur

Chalan Beel in autumn

Chalan Beel. The name itself conjures up images of a vast wetland, waves and a macabre majesty that stretches out to the horizon.

Sunset at Chalan Beel

First ever Bangladesh-India tourism festival to begin in Agartala

The first ever two-day Bangladesh-India tourism festival would be held in Agartala on Thursday, officials in Tripura, India said on Tuesday.An official of the Tripura Tourism Department said ...

First ever Bangladesh-India tourism festival to begin in Agartala
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