The first thing you must remember about Bengal Cats, is they still have a lot of wild cat in them. They are very curious and energetic animals, and require a lot of attention from you. When Bengals are happy and feeling good they do like to chat (meow) far more than a regular house cat, and it may seem exciting to hear this meowing at first but it usual quickly starts to annoy most people. If you tell the cat to hush up, it knows what you mean and will meow even louder as to say you hush up.
So what do you do to keep the cat from excessively meowing? Should I lock it in a room? Should I give it a spanking on the rear? Should I just sream at it and try to scare quiet? No, what you need to do is go out and buy yourself a small water gun. They can be bought at almost any store and cost about $2.00 or so for a cheep one. Now, when the Bangal cat starts to get a little to noisey just squirt him or her with the water gun and it will quicky run and try to avoid the spray. You do this as needed and the cat will learn to be quiet for a while, just make sure you do not start spraying the cat for the fun of it, as it will think the water gun is just anoither game to play.
I have been using the water gun technique for a while now and it is the best way so far to keep the cat from meowing as much and it also works well to keep them off an area you do not want them to be (chairs, sofas, bathtubs etc)
The water gun method is also good to keep the Bengal from constantely stalking and playfully attacking our regular house cat, which by the way does not see this as a playfull game as does the Bengal