Top 10 Tourist Districts in Bangladesh

Top 10 Tourist Districts in Bangladesh

Here you will know about top 10 tourist districts in Bangladesh. There are 64 districts in Bangladesh. Many beautiful and tourist places have approximately all of the district. But some of the districts have much more tourist and attractive place than other districts. That’s why, after of much research, I created this rank. As a result, many people will find out that which district is most beautiful or have most tourist places with the full description about tourist districts in Bangladesh.

01. Cox’s Bazar
02. Bandarban
03. Dhaka
04. Sylhet
05. Rangamati
06. Chittagong
07. Bagerhat
08. Gazipur
09. Narayanganj
10. Moulvibazar

01. Cox’s Bazar District

Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach, Inani Beach, 100 Feet Buddha, St. Martin’s Island, Himchari National Park & Himchori Waterfall, Sonadia Island, Chera Dip, Dulahazara safari park, Inani Beach, Kolatoli Beach, Ramu buddha Bihar cox’s bazar.

02. Bandarban District

Prantik Lake, Nilgiri, Nilachol, Bagakain Lake, Keokradong, Buddha Dhatu Jadi – Shorno Mondir, Meghla Parjatan Complex, Jadipai waterfall, Nafakhum Falls, Rijuk Waterfall, Baklai, Waterfall, Faipi Waterfall, Patang Jhiri, Chingri Jhiri, Sangu-Matamuhuri Wildlife Sanctuary.

03. Dhaka District

National Parliament House, National Martyrs’ Memorial, Bangabandhu Memorial Museum & Dhanmondi Lake, Bangladesh National Museum, National Zoo, National Botanical Garden, Ahsan Manzil, Lalbagh Fort, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novo Theatre, Hussaini Dalan, Ramna Park, Hatirjheel, Dhaka University (Tsc, Curzon Hall, Shahid Minar, Suhrawardy udyan), Jahangirnagar University, Baitul Mukarram Mosque, Star Mosque, Dhakeshwari Temple, Armenian Church of the Holy Resurrection, Rose garden Dhaka, Jamuna future park.

04. Sylhet District

Jaflong, Volaganj, Debir haor, khadimnagar national park, Lalakhal, Tamabil, Hazrat Shah Jalal Mazar, Hazrat Shah Poran Mazar, Osmani Museum, Lakkatura Tea Garden, Dreamland Water Park, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Adventure World Amusement Park, Tilagor Eco Park, Bichanakandi, Ratargul Swamp Forest, Pangthumai Waterfall, Malanichara Tea Garden.

05. Rangamati District

Kaptai Lake, Sajek Valley, Rajban Bihar, Rangamati Hanging Bridge, Lake Paradise, Dumlong, Shuvolong hill, Shuvolong Waterfall, Kaptai National Park, Sijuk Waterfall, Shuknachara Waterfall.

06. Chittagong District

Foy’s Lake, Patenga Sea Beach, Parki Beach, Chandranath hill, Sitakunda, Shrine of Bayazid Bostami, Ethnological Museum, Chittagong, Zia Memorial Museum, Batali Hill, Butterfly Park Bangladesh, Court Building Museum, Central Shaheed Minar Chittagong, Chittagong University, Chittagong War Cemetery, Masjid-e-Siraj ud-Daulah, Chatteshwari Temple.

07. Bagerhat District

Sundarbans, Sixty Dome Mosque, Hiron Point, Singair Mosque, Chandra Mahal Eco Park, Kotka Sea beach, Harbaria EcoTourism Centre, Mongla port

08. Gazipur District

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park, Bhawal National Park, Nuhash Polli, Shohagh Polly, Nondon Park, Sabah Garden Resort, Rangamati Waterfront Resort.

09. Narayanganj District

Panama Nagar (Sonargaon), Banglar Taj Mahal, Zinda Park, Hajiganj Fort, Sonakanda Fort, Murapara Jamidar Bari, Suvarna grama park.

10. Moulvibazar District

Madhabkunda waterfall, HumHum Waterfall, Tea museum Sreemangal, Lawachara National Park, Parikunda Waterfall, Bodhavumi 71, Rema Kalenga Reserved Forest, Muraichhara Eco Park, Prithimpassa Jamidar Bari, Sreemangal Tea Garden, Sreemangal Tea Resort.

**Description of tourist districts in Bangladesh.

01. Cox’s Bazar

Cox’s Bazar District is an administrative region of south-eastern in Bangladesh. It’s located in Chittagong division. When we thoughts of travel within Bangladesh first of all, Cox’s Bazar name come to our mind. Cox’s Bazar is the only tourism city in Bangladesh. If you call Cox’s Bazar the tourist capital of Bengal, it will not be a mistake. This is the southernmost district of Bangladesh. Cox’s Bazar is famous for its natural beauty. Here is the longest continuous natural sandy beach in the world which extends up to 155 kilometers from Cox’s Bazar city to Bodormokam. But, the main length of the beach of Cox’s Bazar is 120 kilometers. Here are the largest marine fishing port of Bangladesh and the submarine cable landing station. Cox’s Bazar is located 143 kilometers south of Chittagong divisional headquarters. And its distance from Dhaka is 414 km.

Many institutions have been formed here in the center of the tourism industry. Different tribes or ethnographic people live in Cox’s Bazar which has made the city more diverse. The major educational institutions are Cox’s Bazar International University, Cox’s Bazar Government College, Cox’s Bazar Government Women’s College, Cox’s Bazar Medical College, and Cox’s Bazar City College. There are many tourist places in Cox’s Bazar. Such as the longest sea beach in the world, St. Martin’s Island etc. If you want to see all of these best tourist places in Cox’s Bazar, then click here.

02. Bandarban District

Bandarban District is an administrative region of Chittagong division of south-eastern in Bangladesh. Bandarban is part of Chittagong Hill Tracts. This is a mountainous district in Bangladesh. The mountains of Bandarban region are mainly in Tarsiyari era. Sangu River is one of the main rivers in this district Distance from the Chittagong divisional Headquarters is 75 km. And its distance from Dhaka is 348km. Among the 11 districts of Chittagong division; the position of Bandarban district is third according to the area. Bandarban district is the most attractive and beautiful in Bangladesh. Nilagiri is a unique gift of nature. Due to Nilgiri, Bandarban is called Darjeeling of Bangladesh. There are also many others tourist places. Such as Prantik Lake, Nilgiri, Nilachol etc. If you want to see all of these attractive tourist places in Bandarban district, then click here

03. Dhaka District

Dhaka district is an administrative region of the Dhaka division in the middle of Bangladesh. Dhaka District has an area 1463.6 sq. km and total population have approximately 18 million. Dhaka is the capital and largest city of Bangladesh. Dhaka district is bounded in Gazipur and Tangail districts on the North, Munshiganj district on the South, Narayanganj district on the East, Manikganj and Rajbari districts on the West. Although the Dhaka capital of Bangladesh was of some importance in the pre-Mughal era, slowly the city gained popularity in the history of the Mughal era. In 1610, Islam Khan Chishti shifted from Rajmahal, the capital of Bengal to Dhaka, and was after the emperor Jahangir, named it Jahangirnagar. Even though the name of Jahangirnagar is given by administratively after the common people remain the name of Dhaka. After was named it Dhaka. Dhaka is the commercial heart of Bangladesh. High-quality cotton textiles were produced here, which is known as muslin. In the continuation of history, as a result of 1952, 1966, 1970 struggle, on 16 December 1971 Bangladesh emerged as an independent state and got acquainted.

“As the capital of the associate freelance sovereign state, Dhaka became the foremost vital center of political, body activity and economic, social, instructional and cultural activities.” The district of Dhaka has 12000+ mosques, 3012 temples, 530 churches, 174 Buddhist temples, three pagodas and a synagogue. Dhaka is 10th megacity of the present world. There are many attractive tourist places in Dhaka. Such as the National Parliament House, Dhaka University, Ramna Park, Hatirjeel, National Museum, and Rose Garden etc. If you want to see all of these tourist places, then click here.

04. Sylhet District

Sylhet District is an administrative region of the north-east of Bangladesh. The city’s spiritual capital and world’s second London are known for its rich forests, minerals and fisheries and natural beauty. Sylhet District (Sylhet division) has an area 3490.40 sq. km and total population has 3,434,188 (census 2011). It is bounded by the Meghalaya state of India on the north, Maulvibazar district on the south, the Assam state of India on the east, Sunamganj and Habiganj districts on the west. Main River is Surma and Kushiyara.

After the Second World War, a large number of people of Sylhet district have embraced immigration in various countries and they make a lot of foreign currency by contributing to the country’s economy. The district has reserves of natural gas which meets the vast majority of the country.

The district has reserves of natural gas which meets the vast majority of the country. Sylhet is an ancient township. Main River is Surma and Kushiyara. The beautiful scenery of the Jaintia hills, the charming beauty of Jaflong, the rows of stones of Bholaganj, the stone pile of stone, the nightclub, and the night share dragged the tourists. If you want to see all of these attractive tourist places of Sylhet district, then click here.

05. Rangamati District

Rangamati district is an administrative region of Chittagong division of south-eastern Bangladesh. This is a hill district. It is the largest district of Bangladesh. Its 70 km distance from the district of Chittagong divisional headquarters. It’s bounded by Bandarban district on the south, Chittagong district and Khagrachari district on the west, Tripura province of India on the north and Mizoram province of India and the Chinese province of Myanmar in the east. Rangamati district has the largest paper mill Karnaphuli paper mill in Bangladesh and Kaptai Hydroelectric Center, the largest water power plant in the country. In Rangamati district, cultivation of hills is done in the zoom system. There are many tourist places in Rangamati district. Such as Kaptai Lake, Sajek Valley, Rajban Bihar, Rangamati Hanging Bridge etc. If you want to see all of these best tourist places in Rangamati, then click here.

06. Chittagong District

Chittagong District is located in the south-eastern region of Bangladesh. It is a part of the Chittagong Division. Chittagong District is quite different from other districts for its unique natural beauty characterized by hills, rivers, sea, forests, and valleys. The total area of Chittagong district is 5,283 sq. km and total population 7,616,352. It is the second largest district in Bangladesh. The port city of Chittagong, the second largest city in Bangladesh, is located in this district. It is bounded by Khagrachari and Rangamati districts and the Tripura state of India on the north, Cox’s Bazar district on the south, Bandarban, Rangamati and Khagrachhari districts on the east and Noakhali district and the Bay of Bengal on the west. Besides, the island is the part of Sandwip Chittagong. The main River is Khurnaphuli River.

Bangladesh’s main seaport city is Chittagong. About 75 percent of the total export trade of Bangladesh comes from Chittagong Port. On the other hand, the share of imported trade is 80 percent. Bangladesh’s first export processing zone (1983) is located in the city. In 1860, Chittagong Municipality was organized. It has now been transformed into City Corporation. In 1666 Chittagong district was formed. Three Hill District districts were included in this district. After the liberation of Bangladesh, Cox’s Bazar District was separated in 1984. About 48 names have been found in Chittagong. In 1760 Nawab Mir Qasim Ali Khan handed it over to the British East India Company. The British named it ‘Chittagong’. There are many tourist places in this district. Such as Foy’s Lake, Patenga Sea Beach, Parki Beach, Chandranath hill, Sitakunda, Shrine of Bayazid Bostami etc. If you want to see all of these tourist places in Chittagong District, then click here.

07. Bagerhat District

Bagerhat is a district of South-West Bangladesh. It belongs to Khulna Division. Bagerhat district was formed on 23 February 1984 in 1984. It’s bounded by Gopalganj and Narail districts on the north of Bagerhat district, Khulna district on the west, the Bay of Bengal on the south and Pirojpur and Barguna districts on the east. Bagerhat District has an area 588.18 sq. km; of these 1834.74 square kilometers of forest, 405.3 square kilometers water, and the residue is low-level. People of Bagerhat district are mainly agriculturally based. Coconut and betel nut are abundant in this region. There is the largest mangrove forest in Bagerhat. If you want to see all of these tourist places in Bagerhat, then click here

08. Gazipur District

Gazipur district is an administrative region of Dhaka Division in Bangladesh. On March 1, 1984, Gazipur district emerged as a district. It has an area 1741.53 km2 and total population has 3,403,912 (census 2011). It is bounded by Dhaka, Narayanganj and Narsindi districts on the South, Mymensingh and Kishoreganj districts on the North, Narsingdi district on the East, Dhaka and Tangail districts on the West. The first armed resistance war took place on the ground of Gazipur at the beginning of the great liberation war on 19 March 1971.The world’s second-largest gathering in the Muslim world, Ijtema Tangi, was held on the bank of Turag River.

Gazipur has a large part of the country’s ready-made garment industry including 19 KP, 5 universities and country’s only hi-tech park, there are also many governmental, autonomous, non-governmental organizations and small/medium and heavy industries. Establishments such as the Islamic University of Technology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (BSMRAU), Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI), Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI), Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology, are located here. There are many tourist spots and attractive resort. If you want to see all of these tourist places of Gazipur district, then click here.

09. Narayanganj District

Narayanganj District is one of the oldest and most famous regions of Bangladesh which is an administrative region of the center of Bangladesh. It’s located in Dhaka division. A famous river port situated on the banks of the Shitalakshya River in Narayanganj. Narayanganj is the second largest river port of Bangladesh. The district, known as “East Dundee”, is just 16 kilometers away from Dhaka. Narayanganj District has an area 687.76 sq. km and the population have total (2,948,217) 2011 census. It is bounded by Narsingdi and Gazipur districts on the north, Munshiganj district on the south, Brahmanbaria, and Comilla districts on the east, Dhaka district on the west.

The ancient city of Sonargan is situated in Naryanganj. It’s located on the bank of Meghna and Shitalakshya River. Its adjuncts with are the capital city of Dhaka. Narayanganj is one of the oldest industrial District of Bangladesh. It is also a center of business and industry, especially the jute trade and processing plants, and the textile sector of the country. It is nicknamed the Dundee of Bangladesh due to the presence of many jute mills. Dundee was the first industrialized “Juteopolis” in the world. There are many tourist places. If you want to see the best tourist places in Narayanganj district, then click here.

10. Moulvibazar District

Moulvibazar district is located in north-eastern Bangladesh and south of Sylhet City. Maulvibazar District has area 2601.84 sq. km and total population have 1,919,062 (census 2011). It is surrounded by Sylhet district on the north, the Tripura state of India on the south, Assam and Tripura states of India on the east, Habiganj district on the west.
Administration Maulvibazar Sub-division was formed in 1960 and it was turned into a district in 1984. Maulvibazar Municipality was established in 1930. The Moulvibazar region is well known for its tea gardens and tropical forests. The most of the tea gardens of Bangladesh is in Moulvibazar. Maulvijbazar Municipality is considered one of the most beautiful municipalities in Bangladesh. The administration has initiated massive activities in this municipality. The authorities have taken a comprehensive plan to provide modern and quality citizen facilities to the present municipality. There are many tea gardens, resorts and tourist place in Moulvibazar. If you want to see the best tourist places in Moulvibazar district, then click here.

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