In 2018, Bangladesh is set to become the world’s fastest growing country with the tourism industry projected to grow by more than 30 percent.
The country also ranks among the top 10 destinations for tourism in the world.
In addition to the massive increase in tourist arrivals, the country is also set to host the 2019 World Cup and the 2022 Olympics.
The 2018 World Cup will be held in Bangladesh, and the 2018 Olympics will be played in Dhaka, the capital city of the country.
The number of people visiting the country doubled in the past three years.
With the influx of foreign tourists, the economy of the nation is booming.
The GDP per capita in 2018 was USD $3,845, according to the Bureau of Economic Research (BAR).
Bangladesh is one of the most prosperous countries in the Middle East and Africa, with an estimated population of about 15 million.
Tourism contributes about 15 percent to GDP, according the World Economic Forum (WEF), and the government has invested nearly USD 500 million in infrastructure projects to help tourists and tourists from the Middle and North East travel to Bangladesh.
The average cost of a day in Bangladesh is USD 1.20.
The cheapest hotels in the country are around USD 4, while most hotels charge between USD 6 and USD 10 per night.
The national average daily rate is USD 10, which means the cheapest one-night stay is USD 8.
Many of the major cities in Bangladesh are famous for their food.
Restaurants such as Chowking, Baniyas, and Khan are popular destinations.
These places are also home to some of the best places to eat.
The best places for dining in Bangladesh include Chowking and Khan.
You can also visit the Bangladeshi islands of Chittagong, Jaffna, and Visakhapatnam, which are popular tourist destinations.
Travel to the islands is very cheap, and they offer great dining options, too.
Visit the islands of Bangladesh to enjoy their amazing beauty and delicious food.
The top 10 favorite destinations in Bangladesh For many years, Bangladesh has been the most popular destination for Western tourists.
In 2018 the country was number one in the World’s 20 most popular destinations for foreign tourists.
The Philippines was the top destination for foreign visitors, followed by the United States, Canada, and Germany.
India and China were the next most popular countries of origin.
In total, about $7.6 billion was spent on international tourism in 2018, according and the United Nations.
Many people from the Western countries have made their way to Bangladesh, which is the world headquarters for the World Trade Organization (WTO).
The United Nations also reports that Bangladesh has the highest number of expatriates in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as in Africa.
The growth of tourism is a major driver of economic development in the region, which accounts for almost a quarter of Bangladesh’s GDP.