List Countries Which Are Visa Free For Bangladesh Passport Holder?


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There are several countries in various continents that allow visitors with Bangladesh passports without having a visa to enter the country.  There are also countries that provide visas upon arrival into their country.

Two countries in Africa that allow entry include Malawi for 90 days and Seychelles for one month.  In the Asian region, South Korea allows a visa for 90 days, while Bhutan doesn't require a visa at all.  Additionally, Sri Lanka will allow entry for 30 days.   In Europe, the country of Turkey will allow visa exemption for up to a 90 day visit, if this person is considered to be the holder of an official passport.  Other countries around the world which allow entry without a visa are the Cook Islands for 31 days, Fiji for 6 months, and the Federated States of Micronesia for 30 days.

Also, Nauru, Niue, Vanuatu and Palau will allow 30 days of entry without a visa.  Samoa currently allows exemption from visas for 60 days and Tuvalu will as well, for up to one month.  Several counties in the Caribbean region including the British Virgin Islands, Trinidad and Tobago will allow you to visit with no time limit.  Turks and Caicos Islands allow visits for up to 30 days.  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have a one month limit.  While the countries of Grenada, Haiti, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis will allow you to visit for up to three months, Dominica's limit is only 21 days.

Many countries in Africa and Asia do allow a person with a Bangladesh passport to obtain a visa upon arrival.  Most countries do charge fees for obtaining a visa, but do require various forms and paperwork to be filled out and submitted.  Visiting countries that do not require a visa helps to avoid this hassle and saves money that can be used in better ways for the trip.

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