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BANGLADESH 6ED -ANGLAIS- (Anglais) Broché – 8 janvier 2009
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The only English-language guide to the country, now in its 6th edition. Improved transport coverage. Expanded activities section. Responsible travel options. Interviews with locals on tiger-spotting and conservation.
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Bangladesh (Bradt Travel Guide)
Amazon's service was good. The price is reasonable, book in very good condition, and it was received as promised.
To start off, the history section sums up a few thousand years of Bangladeshi history in a couple pages of sweeping generalizations and the text is sorely lacking in organization. To make up for the atrocious writing, a time-line is provided to help the reader make some sense of the jumble in the prose. The dates in the time-line, however, are not even mentioned in the text so it is completely impossible for the reader of this mess to make any connections between the text and the time-line and come up with a logical understanding of Bangladesh's history.
The maps in the book do not at all reflect reality. At least half of the places I visited were incorrectly placed on the maps. Buildings were non-existent, streets that were not on the map were roaring with traffic on the ground, and many places seem to have just been placed somewhere near their actual location due to laziness on the author's part. Totally unacceptable.
Most importantly, a lot of the information was just plain wrong. For example, one of the border crossings to get into India was described as being easy to find and well signed but it was not even possible to cross the border at this place, nor had it ever been possible. The actual border crossing was not even mentioned.
The descriptions of the historic sites were vague and inaccurate. In a country with few signs describing monuments and sites, a one line description in the guide book is not nearly enough, especially when its wrong.
Lastly, the writing was uninspiring, bland, confusing, and often grammatically incorrect. I know that this is not as important as the actual information contained in the book, but having to stumble through some of the descriptions in this book (especially in the history section) was like torture. The author's command of the English language is at an elementary level and this, in my opinion, reflects badly on Lonely Planet.
Bangladesh is an amazing country filled with wonderful, hospitable people, but this guide really does nothing to facilitate a trip through the place.