Cricket World Cup 2011 - Venues In Bangladesh

Wednesday, February 16, 2011


Bangladesh is all geared up for co-hosting its first ever Cricket World Cup, along with India and Sri Lanka. As the big day closes in Bangladesh is getting ready with its spectacular stadiums, cricket frenzy fans and unforgettable opening ceremony.

In this world cup total 8 matches will be played in two cities of Bangladesh. Dhaka and Chittagong in the coming days will become a hub of the thousands of sports lovers, who will be coming here from different parts of the world.

Dhaka the capital city of Bangladesh is also a major tourist attraction of this country. Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium is the venue that has been selected for the world cup matches. Although Dhaka is not so popular among the tourists, yet there are some really good places to see during your visit. Baitull Mukarram-National Mosque, Dhakeshwari Temple, Armenian Church, National Memorial, Lalbagh Fort, Baldha Garden, Mausoleum of National Leaders and Central Shahid Minar are few of the popular places where you can go during your Bangladesh trip.

The Chittagong Divisional Stadium is another venue that has been chosen for the world cup. Situated in Chittagong, the second largest city of Bangladesh this stadium is equipped with all the modern amenities required for organizing successful matches. Apart from it, this city has much more to offer to the travelers visiting it. Places like World War II Cemetery, Minamati, Shrine of Shah Amanat, Patenga and Fouzdarhat sea beaches, Foy's Lake and Ethnological Museum are definitely worth watching.

So get ready for the biggest and the most impulsive action of the year 2011.




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