Marked by lush greenery and many waterways, Bangladesh is a hidden treasure of its own. The capital of Bangladesh is Dhaka. Set beside the Buriganga River, it’s at the centre of national government, trade and culture. The fast-growing modern metropolis is one of the must-visit places for everyone.
An ideal time to fly to Dhaka is during winter (November to February) which is nice with its mild temperature range from 12–15 to 30 degrees. However, this is also a high season for picnickers and tourists who flock the beaches. This is also the period one can go trekking in the hill tracts or visit the Sundarbans, the mangrove forest. Another good season is the monsoon, although the rainfall may hamper your plans, the hill tracts become lush with greenery. The rivers are flowing at their fullest, and if you are kind of a person who likes rain (like many Bangladeshis), you may enjoy this season. Besides that, Summer is good if you would want to attend the Bengali new year festivities. But be prepared for the sweltering heat and uncomfortable humidity. However, this is slightly compensated by the availability of summer fruits.
Mactan–Cebu International Airport – The Mactan–Cebu International Airport is an international airport that connects the city of Cebu with the outside world. The airport is located in Lapu-Lapu City on Mactan Island, a part of Metro Cebu. It is the second busiest international airport in the Philippines. The airlines that operate in this airport is AirAsia Philippines, Cebgo, Cebu Pacific, PAL Express, and Philippine Airlines. This airport consists of two different terminals. The Mactan–Cebu International Airport has many interesting shops and eateries within the airport so you can shop or dine in while waiting for the plane to arrive or depart. To go in and out of the airport is easy because there are many types of transportation available in The Mactan–Cebu International Airport for the visitors.
Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport - It is the largest and most prominent international airport in Bangladesh. It is located in Kurmitola 11 miles (17 kilometres) from the city centre, in the northern part of the capital city Dhaka and it is also a part of BAF Bangabandhu Base used by the Bangladesh Air Force. The airport has an area of 1,981 acres (802 ha). The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) operates and maintains the airport. It started operations in 1980, taking over from Tejgaon Airport as the principal international airport of the country and was formerly known as Dacca International Airport and later as Zia International Airport, before being named in honour of Shah Jalal, who is one of the most respected Sufi saints of Bangladesh. The IATA code of the airport "DAC" is derived from "Dacca", which is the previously used spelling for "Dhaka".
The climate is tropical in Dhaka. The summers here have a good deal of rainfall, while the winters have very little. The Köppen-Geiger climate classification is Aw. The average temperature in Dhaka is 25.9 °C. In a year, the average rainfall is 2022 mm. The driest month is January. There is 6 mm of precipitation in January. Most of the precipitation here falls in July, averaging 377 mm. With an average of 29.1 °C, May is the warmest month. January is the coldest month, with temperatures averaging 19.0 °C. The precipitation varies 371 mm between the driest month and the wettest month. Throughout the year, temperatures vary by 10.1 °C.