Latitude And Longitude Map Of Bangladesh | Where Is Bangladesh ?

Latitude And Longitude Map Of Bangladesh | Where Is Bangladesh ?

Bangladesh is located in South Asia, bordered by India in the north, the Bay of Bengal in the east and west, while Myanmar surrounds it to the south. Bangladesh is the eighth-most populous country in the world. Officially known as the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, it is the fourth largest Muslim country in the world after Indonesia, Pakistan, and India.

Bangladesh covers 130,168 square kilometers of land and 13,830 square kilometers of water, making it the 96th largest nation in the world with a total area of 143,998 square kilometers.

Being among the largest metropolitan areas in the modern world, Dhaka is also a typical metropolis, with numerous small and middle-size neighborhoods, as well as many large cities like Narayanganj, Tongi, Savar Union, and others located in very close proximity to the capital city.

Latitude and longitude of Bangladesh

The latitude Map Of Bangladesh is between 20°34′ to 26°38′ north latitude and 88°01′ to 92°41′ east longitude.

Latitude/Longitude (Absolute Locations)
Dhaka: (capital city) 23° 42′ N, 90° 24′ E
Chittagong: 22° 22′ N, 91° 47′ E
Rangpur: 25° 45′ N, 89° 15′ E
Sylhet: 24° 53′ N, 91° 52′ E

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Bangladesh sits in between 24° 00' North latitude and 90° 00' East longitude. Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh situated in slightly different latitude and longitudinal areas. Dhaka latitude and longitude is 23° 51' North and 90° 24' East respectively. Another major city of Bangladesh is Chittagong is located in between 22° 21' North latitude and 91° 50' East longitude.

For Locating in such a latitude and longitude, Bangladesh has got a weather that is tropical in nature. During the summer season the climate is very hot and humid. In fact Bangladesh has got a very wet type of weather. In winter the climate is cold with and dry. Bangladesh receives a very high amount of precipitation each year that amounts to more than 1,500 mm. But this country is also subject to the devastation of cyclones many times a year.