Europcar is proud to offer three locations within the Land of Rivers, Bangladesh, in the capital Dhaka and Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. So, whether you're travelling for business or on an extended family vacation, we can help with all your car hire needs. Useful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover can help to make your driving experience around any of Bangladesh's unique attractions a pleasure. Plus, Europcar 's fleet of safe and reliable vehicles are standing by to allow you to select the hire car that best accommodates, however many passengers, however much luggage, or whatever size budget you have.
The People's Republic of Bangladesh sits on the Ganges delta, the largest and most fertile river delta in the world, that leaves the country streaked with waterways, large and small. Despite being around two-thirds the size of the UK, Bangladesh is home to 160 million people in its largely rural setting. More than seven hundred rivers flow through the country, giving Bangladesh an astonishingly lush green landscape. Among the nation's attractions are: Cox's Bazar, a seaside town in the south with the world's longest uninterrupted sandy beach, totaling 78 miles of sunbathing nirvana; Medieval Hindu temples spread across the land, with notable examples at Puthia, in Rajshahi, and Kantajew at Kantanagar, in Dinajpur; Kuakata Beach, on the southernmost tip of Bangladesh, here visitors can experience a panoramic view of both the sunrise and the sunset; Bangladesh's largest waterfall, Madhabkunda, sits in Sylhet and is a popular spot for day trips; and Sundarbans is huge mangrove forest that is one of the largest reserves of the Bengal tiger. Outside from some impressive shopping facilities in the capital, local bamboo, cane and shell-based crafts are popular.
The City of Dhaka – Among other things, Bangladesh's capital city is known for the massive amount of rickshaws on its streets – about 400,000 cycle and auto rickshaws – more than any other city in the world. Amongst the chaos of all this, visitors can find landmarks such as the concrete National Parliament House and the new and ultramodern Jamuna Future Park, the twelfth largest shopping mall on the planet, and Bashundhara City, the largest shopping in South Asia. Things like these, plus the 17th Century Lalbagh Fort and the open markets along the city's side streets, contrast graphically to help make up the city's eclectic feel, while the many mosques, temples, and museums supply a taste of Bengali history and culture.
The Chittagong Region – The most diverse division in the country, offering high, forest covered hill and lake country that stretches right down to sandy beaches and islands made of coral. Among the most visited areas of Bangladesh, Chittagong is home to Cox's Bazar, Foy's man-made lake and amusement park, Patenga beach and Butterfly Park, and the various districts of the spectacular Hill Tracts, such as Bandarban, Rangamati and Khagrachari, with their magical caves and waterfalls.