This updated guidebook, with a focus on responsible tourism, offers greater coverage than any other to the Chittagong Hill Tracts where 13 different ethnic groups live, and to the world's largest mangrove forest at the Sundarbans. Personal insights and anecdotes guide trailblazing travellers to those aspects of the country that are almost unknown to visitors - dolphin and whale watching, winter bird-watching in the northern wetlands and golden Bengal's silk and archaeological highlights. _x000D_
'Mikey Leung ... [has] succeeded eloquently in bringing Bangladesh out from the shadow, or perhaps armpit, of India and revealing a country worthy of exploration in its own right.' Real Travel_x000D_
'Valuable travel information, advice and an insight into a people who “possess hearts of infinite kindness”. If you want to get off the beaten track then this is well worth a look.' Adventure Travel Magazine_x000D_
'An in-depth look at the country'._x000D_
Recommended reading by The Belfast Telegraph
Mikey Leung works occasionally as a radio journalist while researching the guide. _x000D_
Bradt Travel Guides Ltd
Bradt Travel Guides have a reputation as the pioneering publisher for tackling ‘unusual’ destinations, and producing colourful guidebooks which are entertaining as well as useful.