Bangladesh Tourism Night arranged by Aus Bangla Tourism Pty Ltd

Bangladesh Tourism Night arranged by Aus Bangla Tourism Pty Ltd

On 23rd November 2013, Aus Bangla Tourism Pty Ltd successfully hosted Bangladesh Tourism Night a Petersham Town Hall, Sydney, Australia as a celebration of all the positive things that make Bangladesh a great tourist destination for anyone’s next holiday. This event was organised by the director of Aus Bangla Tourism in Sydney, Fuad Ahmed, whose tireless efforts contributed greatly to the success of this event.

Aus Bangla Tourism was founded on the idea that Bangladesh needed more tourism exposure to the outside world and encourage more tourists to come experience the wonders of natural Bangladesh. Its world class website presents many tourism packages for potential tourists to experience in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Tourism Night was designed to help aid Aus Bangla Tourism goal to celebrate the unique prospects that Bangladesh offers to tourists. Bangladesh Tourism Night” was designed in such a manner that all the guests were presented with an environment where Bangladesh and Australian spirits and all other cultural commonalities were cherished and deeply felt. Many distinguished guests including politicians such as Member for Campbelltown honourable Bryan Doyle and honorary Consul General of Bangladesh Mr Anthony Khouri. Honourable MP for Strathfield, Mr Charles Casuscelli also gave an entertaining speech to really liven up the night. Distinguished guests from Bangladesh including the Honourable High Commissioner of Bangladesh in Australia His Excellency Lt. Gen (Ret) Masud Uddin Chowdhury as a Chief Guest. Mr M.A. Kashem, Chairman, J. K. Group of Companies, Bangladesh; Former President, Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) also was present as the guest of honour and gave a speech on his experiences of the tourism industry in Bangladesh. His words of wisdom regarding what makes a successful business and encouragement for the venture really helped the event become a standout success. Another very special guest Mikey Leung, who has previously given a TED talk about tourism in Bangladesh and runs a website on the positive light of Bangladesh, also gave a presentation at the event.

Along with these talks, there were cultural performances on display with a traditional Bangladsehi Folk Dance and a 15 to 20 min combination session of sarat music with song by Amia Matin and traditional Tobla with Ektara/Dotara. Poems were also recited along with Bangladeshi songs as a way of celebrating Bangladesh’s unique culture. Bangladeshi food was served to the guests as a way for them to physically taste the delicious food Bangladesh has to offer tourists.

Overall, Bangladesh Tourism Night was a great success and achieved its goal of uniting Bangladeshis and Australians together to appreciate the distinctive pleasures that Bangladesh provides to tourists and hopefully expanded the views of everyone on what an amazing place Bangladesh can be to visit.

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