is nearing and its surely is the perfect time to travel
around Bangladesh. These travel maps and guides might be
of some use to those who are interested to discover exotic
new places of this beautiful alluvial plain and its neighbour.
Travel Maps: Bangladesh
By International Travel Maps & Books
ITMB Publishing; January 2003
Publishing (International Travel Maps and Books) of Vancouver,
Canada, has published detailed reference and travel maps
of countries, regions, and cities around the world since
1985. This travel guide includes map of the country and
portions of its neighbours with elevations shown by color
changes. Legend locates international and provincial boundaries;
settlements from major cities to smaller cities; roads (with
distances in kilometers)--from primary to tracks, railways,
bus stations, ferries, airports, parks, forests, beaches,
camping ground, hotels, temples and mosques, points of interest,
museums, hospitals, post offices-- everything. Travellers
will surely find this edition hads if they intend to travel
extensively through Bangladesh.
the Nelles Maps: Northeastern India & Bangladesh
By Nelles Maps
Nelles Maps; January 2002
is an up-to-date, detailed, highly readable relief map with
major roads and point-to-point distances clearly indicated.
Here tourist information of both India and Bangladesh is
provided. Legend features include archaeological sites,
places of interest, mountain peaks and passes, beaches,
railways, and hotels. The pictures featured in to this volume
and Bangladesh Road Atlas
By Lonely Planet Publications
Lonely Planet; October 2001
you're heading to the majestic Taj Mahal, lazing on Cox's
Bazar beaches or braving the rugged heights of the north,
this indispensable Road Atlas will guide you around the
entire Indian Subcontinent. Thoroughly researched by Lonely
Planet authors, the "India & Bangladesh Road Atlas"
will enhance your travels by car, bus or train and is the
perfect companion to everybody.