Bangladeshis can go to 41 countries without a visa.
Citizens of this country can go to 41 countries only with the help of passport if they have Bangladeshi passport. No visa is required to go to these 41 countries.
The Hanley & Partners, a US-based think tank, surveyed 104 countries around the world. They have compiled the index every year in collaboration with the International Airlines (IATA) travel database. This information has been highlighted about the position of Bangladesh in the world.
The Hanley & Partners says you can enter 41 countries without a visa if you have a Bangladeshi passport. Their list is given below.
Bhutan, Indonesia, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka and East Timor.
Benin, Cape Verde, Comoros, Djibouti, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Mauritania, Mozambique, Rwanda, Sicily, Somalia, Togo and Uganda.
The Oceania region includes-
Cook Islands, Fiji, Micronesia, Niue, Samau, Trivandrum and Vanuatu.
The Caribbean region includes-
Bahamas, Barbados, British Virginia Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and Trinidad and Tobago.
Bangladesh ranks 97th in the index published by The Hanley & Partners on January 09, 2019. India ranks 69th in the index. And Pakistan is in 102.
The index is compiled annually by Hanley & Partners in collaboration with the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (IATA) travel database. Country-wise numbers (scores) are given in the index. This number depends on how many countries in the world you can go to without a visa in advance or with an incoming visa (Visa on Arrival).
Japanese passports top the list with visa-free access to 190 countries. Next in line are Singapore and South Korean passports (189 countries without visa-free entry). An Asian country has topped the index for the second time in three consecutive months.
In 2016, China was ranked 65th, but this year they have risen to 69th place. And the United States is in sixth place.
The top five in the index are Japan (190 countries), Singapore and South Korea (189 countries), France and Germany (18 countries), Denmark, Finland, Italy and Sweden (16 countries) and Luxembourg and Spain (18 countries).
The weakest five in the index are Afghanistan and Iraq (30 countries), Somalia and Syria (32 countries), Pakistan (33 countries), Yemen (36 countries) and Eritrea (36 countries).