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4K Bangladesh Tour

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The Beauty of Bangladesh in 4K

hamza_mujtaba

Top contributor hamza_mujtaba created this stunning tour of Bangladesh.  The video features a mix of aerial and ground camera footage of the following locations: (1) the capital city Dhaka, including footage of the annual Shakrain festival; (2) the city of Narayanganj in the central part of the country; (3) Comilla, a city near the eatern border; (4) Baluchor, an island on the Meghna River; (5) Chittagong, the country's #2 city; (6) Cox's Bazar, a beach area south of Chittagong; and (7) the hill district of Rangamati.

Bagakain Lake, Bandarban District

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Siam : The legend of Bogakain

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Contributor 'A kid with gun' created this awesome video about an important lake in Bangladesh.  The video uses a "storytelling" format to showcase the beauty of Bagakain Lake.  Bagakain is a small but storied lake in the Bandarban District, which covers the southeastern corner of the country.  The lake's origins are the subject of local legend, which has it that the lake appeared after an earthquake which was a form of retribution for the killing of a deity by the people of a nearby village.  

Bangladesh by Drone

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The World In my Eyes

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Srabon_07 created this magnificent aerial tour of his native Bangladesh, about half of which is devoted to the great capital city of Dhaka.  This one-time Mughal Empire capital city, whcih sits on one of the country's many rivers in the great Ganges Delta.  The video provides amazing bird's eye views of this giant metropolis, now one of the half-dozen largest cities in the world.  Highlights include amazing shots of the boat traffic on the Buriganga River, the graceful Pink Palace, and more.

Buddhist Monastery in Bangladesh

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Somapura Mahavihara Monastery, Bangladesh

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Contributor A Kid with a Gun used a drone to create this stunning aerial view of Somapura Mahavihara, the great Buddhist monastery in Bangladesh.  Located in the northwestern part of the country, near the Indian border, it played an important role in the eastward spread of Buddhism from India.  The 1,200 year old structure is considered on of the most important cultural sites on the Indian Subcontinent, and is one of just three UNESCO World Heritage sites in Bangladesh as of 2018.

Aerial Tour of Bangladesh

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Aerial view of Bangladesh

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This drone video by contributor Kishor Neel will give you a good feel for the great Southern Asian country of Bangladesh.  Although not nearly as large in area as India or Pakistan, the country still covers an impressive 147k square km (about 57k square mi.).  The video features footage of some of the highlands areas in the north of the country, the many rivers which run through it, as well as a brief look at the capital city of Dhaka.

Bangladesh from Above

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Bangladesh - Aerial Glimpse

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Bangladesh is probably the least known of the world's ten largest countries by population.  It was part of the British Indian Empire and then Pakistan before breaking off from the latter in 1971.  In this drone video by contributor Shumon, you'll get a bird's eye view of this fascinating country in Southern Asia.  You'll see everything from its imposing jungles to its ubiquitous rivers to the massive urban concentration around the capital Dhaka, now one of the world's largest cities.

Dhaka: Bangladeshi Capital

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My City: Dhaka, Bangladesh

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In this video, contributor DroneBangladesh gives us a nice 60 second look at the great Bangladeshi capital city of Dhaka.  Situated near the exact center of this South Asian country, the city is one of the largest in the world.  It's estimated that nearly 20 million people live in the greater Dhaka metropolitan area in 2018.  When Bangladesh broke away from Pakistan in the early 1970's, Dhaka was the natural choice to become the capital city for the new nation.

Bay of Bengal: Cox's Bazar

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The World's Longest Beach: Cox's Bazar

Rashed.khan

Contributor Rashed.khan created this beautiful video from one of the southernmost points of Bangladesh.  Cox's Bazar is located on the eastern side of the Bay of Bangal, an hour or so drive south of the #2 Bangladesh city Chittagong.  It runs an incredible 120 kilometers (about 75 mi.), making it the longest natural beach in the world.  Named after an officer of the British East India Company, it is the center of a growing beach-tourism industry for this South Asian country.  

Bangladesh by Drone

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Amazing Bangladesh

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With a population nearing 170 million, Bangladesh is almost assuredly the least well known of the world's ten most populous countries. That's partly because it's only been independent for less than 50 years (as of 2019); from 1947-1971 it was part of Pakistan and for many years before that it was part of the British Empire.  In this amazing drone video by contributor Azimronnie, you'll get an aerial tour of this incredible country, including its capital Dhaka and some of its most important rivers. 

Refugee Camp

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Bangladesh - Mapping the Rohingya refugee crisis

GlobalAirMedia

Contributor GlobalAirMedia is at the forefront of using drones to tell important news stories.  This video was filmed in Bangladesh, at a refugee camp for the Rohingya people fleeing political oppression in neighboring Myanmar.  As a Muslim-majority country with a border on the Rakkine state of Myanmar which is home to the Rohingya, Bangladesh has become the home of the world's largest refugee camp, the extent of which you will see aerially in this remarkable video.  

Chittagong State: Sajek Valley

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Sajek, Bangladesh in one minuet

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Contributor Afzalnazim created this beautiful drone video of an emerging tourist area in Bangladesh.  The Sajek Valley lies in the Kalalong Mountains, which run through the southeastern state of Chittagong.  Located well in the interior of this country in Southern Asia, the Sajek Valley was relatively unknown until not long ago.  Recently, its beautiful dense forests and grasslands have attracted a growing tourist traffic.  The valley is created by the Sajek River, across which lies India.

Sunset in Dhaka

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Dhaka City Sunset

Rashed.khan

Rashed.khan created this beautiful sunset video of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.  Situated in the heart of the Ganges River Delta, it's one of the largest and most important cities in Southern Asia.  The heart of a metropolitan area of close to 20 million people, Dhaka was the capital of Bengal Subah, a region within the great Mughal Empire which rules much of India for centuries.  It's been capital of Bangladesh since it emerged as an independent country from Pakistan in the early 1970's.  

Saint Martin Island, Bay of Bengal

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The Beautiful Saint Martin Island

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Saint Martin's Island is a territory of Bangladesh in the Bay of Bengal.  It lies just a few km/miles off the southeastern corner of the country, near its border with Myanmar.  With about 4,000 permanent residents, it is starting to participate in the growth of Bangladeshi tourism (both foreigners and domestic travelers).  The island is known for its coral reefs as well as for its population of a rare species of sea turtle.   You can check out this beautiful island form above in this drone video by Srabon_07.

Sajek Valley, Rangamati Hill District

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Sajek in Summer | Rangamati, Bangladesh

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Check out this marvelous drone video from a remote spot in Bangladesh, compliments of A kid with a gun.  It's called the Sajek Valley, and it's part of the Rangamati Hill District.  The District in turn is part of the division (state) of Chittagong, which covers the eastern part of this Southern Asian nation.  A land of dense highland forests, the Sajek Valley is an emerging tourist destination here.  The valley is in the far eastern side of the country, close to the border with (eastern) India.  

Kaptai Lake, Chittagong

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Beautiful Kaptai Lake

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Contributor Aerial71 created this amazing drone video of the largest artificial lake in Bangladesh.  Kaptai Lake is situated in the Rangamati Hill District of the division (state) of Chittagong in the southeastern part of the country.  The lake was created by the damming of the Karnaphuli, the most important river in Chittagong.  The Kaptai Dam, which was completed in the early 1960's, is one of the country's largest hydropower projects.  

Dhaka's Narayanganj District

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Summer 2019 In Bangladesh

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Check out this excellent drone video from Bangladesh, compliments of contributor menaceslinger.  Shot with a Mavic Pro 2 drone, much of the video footage is from the Rupganj sub-district of Narayanganj, just east of the Bangladeshi capital city Dhaka.  You will see some great footage of the Shitalakshya River, one of the numerous rivers which flow through and around the Dhaka to merge into the Meghna River and then into the giant delta on the Bay of Bengal.  

60 Seconds over Bangladesh

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Bangladesh in 1 minute

A kid with gun

For a 60 second tour of the world's eighth largest country (as of 2018) you can't beat this aerial video of Bangladesh from native A kid with gun.  The video opens with an epic bird's eye view of the great Buddhist monastery Somapura Mahavihara, in the District of Nagoan.  Then it's on to rice fields, mangrove forests, a few the country's countless rivers, gorgeous white sand beaches, with some awesome shots of the country's capital city Dhaka, now one of the world's 5-6 largest cities.

The Plain of Bengal

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Evergreen Bangladesh

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Most of Bangladesh is an alluvial plain, part of the Plain of Bengal which also covers portions of India.  The Banglashi portion of the plain is crossed with numerous rivers, most of which eventually feed into the Brahmaputra River, essentially the national river of Bangladesh and comparable in importance to the Ganges on the Indian sections of the plain.  In this drone video by SHohad, you'll get a bird's eye view of the Bangladeshi plain, whose agricultural output sustains the lives of many millions.  

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