Do I need an appointment for visa, passport or any other consular services?

No, you don't need a prior appointment for receiving consular services from the Embassy. Please feel free to walk-in at any time within our visiting hours. Also, you do not need an appointment for gathering basic information about trade, investment or other queries. However, for in-depth information, please do make an appointment through our reception.

What are the Embassy's visiting hours?

On a regular business day, the Embassy is open from 0900 hrs to 1700 hrs with a lunch break from 1300 hrs to 1400 hrs. In Ramadan, the office opens at 0900 hrs and closes at 1530 hrs with a break of 30 minutes from 1300 hrs. Saturdays and Sundays are weekly holidays. The Embassy observes all public holidays followed by both the governments of Bhutan and Bangladesh. For a list of holidays, please click here

When is the best time to visit Bangladesh?

It depends on what you are looking for. Ideally, winter (November to February) is nice with its mild temperature range from 12–15 to 30 degrees in celsius. However, this is also a high season for tourists who like to enjoy a sunny day on the sea 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. April is good if you would want to attend the Bengali new year festivities. If you are visiting in late spring or in the Summer, be prepared for the hot and humid weather. However, this is by and large compensated by the availability of summer fruits.