The country that hosts the world’s biggest “big bang” event — the world-famous Bali Bali — is celebrating its first “Bangkok Day” on Sunday, marking the first time it has held the event since 2010.
In the past, the country has hosted the event on the last day of the month, but this year, the city of Pattaya hosts it for the first and only time on a Saturday.
It is a big step forward for the country, which has long had a reputation for hosting the “big-bang” festival, which is a huge event that attracts thousands of tourists and tourists alike.
Its also a welcome sign for the government, which says the “Bangladesh Tourism Bureau” has made great strides to increase tourism over the past two years.
But it is also a big leap, as the government has been slow to adapt to the rise of tourism and has yet to implement its policies.
The country has welcomed about 40 million visitors since it began hosting the event in 2008, but it has only recently begun to scale back the number of events and hosts.
It has been accused of failing to meet its targets and has struggled to attract foreign investment, which could ultimately affect the country’s economic growth and job growth.
“The country’s economy is not growing and it is not expanding.
Tourism is not the primary driver for this, and it has to be diversified,” said B.K. Pandit, a political scientist at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok.”
We should be proud of it, and we should do everything we can to help it grow and be successful,” he said.
Bangladeshi Tourism Bureau spokesman Suresh Kumar, however, insisted the agency had not taken any measures to curb the growth in the number or the volume of “big” events.
“It has not increased at all, the number has increased,” he told the AP.
“So I think that’s the key.”
He added the bureau had not sought to restrict the number and volume of events to make sure there was a balance between the economic benefits and the health and welfare of the country.
“So we have been focusing on this for the past six years.
We are doing our best to ensure that all these events are not limited to just one or two people, and to have the people come in and have a good time,” he added.