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Bangladesh Tourist Visa for Citizens of Kuwait
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Updated on May 14, 2024

If you’re a citizen of Kuwait travelling to Bangladesh, you should apply for a Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Kuwait prior to your arrival. Once you receive this approved document via e-mail, you will be granted a 30 days in Total to stay in the country.

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Visit Bangladesh and its natural beauty free from crowds and hustle. In fact, according to the World Bank data, Bangladesh is known as the least ‘touristy’ destination in the world. Enjoy walking through the Sundarbans Mangrove Forest or local markets, off the beaten path! Current advice is against all but essential travel to Bangladesh. The country is currently at Level 4 Travel Health Notice according to the CDC and a mandatory 14 days quarantine is foreseen upon arrival. However, if you’re from Kuwait and wish to travel to Bangladesh and need a visa, to apply for a Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Kuwait

Frequently asked questions

Is a vaccination required to enter the country?

A COVID-19 vaccination is recommended but not mandatory to enter Bangladesh. Vaccinated travellers will be able to quarantine at home or at the temporary address in the country, whereas unvaccinated travellers must quarantine at a government nominated hotel.

PCR Test required to enter the country?

Yes, to enter the country, travelers must show a valid and ‘negative’ PCR test, taken within 72 hours from flight departure to Bangladesh (for all passengers aged 10 or above).

Quarantine required upon arrival to the country?

No, there is no quarantine requirement to enter Bangladesh for citizens of Kuwait.

Why apply for a Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Kuwait?

If you’re a citizen of Kuwait travelling to Bangladesh, you must obtain a visa prior to arrival. This will grant you a 30 days in Total Single Entry Visa, valid for 90 days after issued.

What are the e-visa fees and processing times

There are three (3) different options to apply for a Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Kuwait:

  • Standard Processing - received within 9 days - USD $119.99
  • Rush Processing - received within 7 days - USD $120.99
  • Super Rush Processing - received within 5 days - USD $124.99

What documents do I need to apply for my Bangladesh tourist visa for citizens of Kuwait?

  • Your passport scan - with at least six months validity from when you’re planning on entering Bangladesh.
  • Travel ticket
  • One passport-sized current photo
  • Invitation letter or accommodation details about your stay
  • A selfie with the physical credit card used for the online payment. Only the last 4 digits of the card must be visible in the photo. Only one image per order is required to verify the payment.

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Amongst its cities, beaches and culture Bangladesh is also well known for the Sundarbans Mangrove Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which you will fall in love with, located on the conjunction point between the Ganges and Brahmaputre in the Bay of Bengal. There’s so much to see, not to mention the wildlife in this area amongst chitals, tigers, dolphins, crocodiles and macaques!

Similarly, Srimangal (also known as the tea-capital of Bangladesh) is a great destination that will provide you with the opportunity to explore enormous plantations and visit tea tasting houses. There you will experience the tea preparation process whilst admiring the surrounding fascinating landscapes! Though if you enjoy more challenging experiences - never fear: there are also plenty of hikes in the area - check out options like the Chittagong Hill-Tracts!

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