Bangladesh visa requirements for Qataris

Travel and visa requirements

Bangladeshi Visa is not required for Qataris

Stay Duration: 30 days

Entry Requirements

  • Citizens of Qatar travelling to Bangladesh with the intention to stay for 30 days or less are granted a visa upon arrival.
  • Visitors are required to have a passport valid for up to six months beyond the planned stay. Passports must have at least one page for visa stamps.
  • Qataris aged from one year and above are required to show proof of Yellow Fever vaccination.
  • Vaccination for Hepatitis A and Typhoid is required for visitors coming into Bangladesh.
  • A visitor is required to have an onward or return ticket to enter into Bangladesh.
  • Visitors are also required to provide a hotel or residence confirmation and proof of funds to support their visit.
  • Visitors must declare at least 5,000 U.S. dollars and cannot depart with more than one US dollar declared upon entry.
  • There are penalties for overstaying a visa and it can be very difficult and time consuming to change immigration status after arrival.
  • All travellers except children under the age of two must pay a departure tax. 
  • While departure tax is often included when air tickets are purchased, it may be collected at the airport at the time of departure and amount varies depending on the destination
  • Malaysia citizens intending to visit Bangladesh should check for Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, Cholera, Yellow Fever, Rabies, Meningitis, Polio, Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR), Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis), Chickenpox, Shingles, Pneumonia and Influenza Vaccines.
  • Bangladesh is a Muslim Majority nation with Islam as its state religion of the country professed by the majority and freedom of religion is guaranteed by its constitution.
  • Because the time zone currently used in Bangladesh is Great Meridian Time (GMT+6), hence, Bangladesh is 3 hours ahead of Qatar.
  • Visitors can get around through see buses, cars, rickshaws, CNGs, tempos (shared auto-rickshaws), tractors, motorbikes, scooters, bicycles and home-made vehicles. One local favourite in Rajshahi and Khulna divisions is a sort of minitractor, known as a nazaman which is powered by noisy irrigation pump motors.
  • In Bangladesh the power plugs and sockets are of type C, D, G and K. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
  • Bangladesh has a subtropical monsoon climate characterized by wide seasonal variations in rainfall, high temperatures and humidity.
  • There are three distinct seasons in Bangladesh- a hot, humid summer from March to June followed cool, the rainy monsoon season from June to October; and a cool, dry winter from October to March
  • There are a number of different Bangla dialects that are generally grouped according to the various regions in Bangladesh. Bangali is the most widely spoken dialect of Bengali language
  • English is also a widely spoken and commonly understood language in Bangladesh. Besides this, there are 38 languages that are in use in Bangladesh
  • Visitors might want to pick up some Bangla phrases to help them navigate communications in rural spaces. for example, "halo or slamalikun" means "hello"
  • Visitors are advised to be careful when carrying out monetary transactions in Bangladesh, from currency changes to relatively expensive purchases.
  • The estimated flight time from Doha, Qatar to Dhaka, Bangladesh is 5 hours, 23 minutes.

Frequently Asked Questions


Was Bangladesh part of India?

In 1947 both Pakistan and East Bengal (now Bangladesh) were the part of Indian Princely States but Bangladesh emerged as an independent nation in 1971 after achieving independence from Pakistan in the Bangladesh Liberation War.


What is Bangladesh famous for?

The country is loved for its lush green landscape and numerous waterways. One of the most known means of transport is by the use of boats.


On what continent is Bangladesh found?

Bangladesh is located at the Bay of Bengal, very close to India and Thailand in the continent of Asia.


What is the capital of Bangladesh?

Dhaka is the capital and largest city of Bangladesh and also the economic, political and cultural hub of the country.