Guthia Mosque In this article, you will able to know much more information about Guthia Mosque. Such as a full description of this place, how to go there, where will you stay etc. Actually, there is a lot to see in every area of our beautiful country. Somewhere, the beauty of nature fascinates the mind, and somewhere man-made something astonishes us. Barisal is one of the most beautiful districts of Bangladesh. These two types of beauty will be seen in this district. The Durga Sagar Lake, Guava Garden of Swarupkathi and Shapla Village are situated in this district. And another beauty of Barisal is Guthia Mosque. Although it is known as Guthia Mosque, its original name is Baitul Aman Jame Mosque. Location: This beautiful mosque is located at the village of Changuria of Guthia union under Ujirpur Upazila of the Barisal district. It is located 22 kilometers southwest of the Barisal city. Ujirpur Upazila on the way to Barisal-Banaripara road. Changuria village of Guthia union on the side of the road. Guthia Mosque, the largest mosque in the southern part of Bangladesh is situated in this village. Description: Baitul Aman Jame Mosque and Eidgah Complex have been established in the fully Individual effort. It is one of the finest mosques of the architectural beauty of the country. It is now considered to be one of the tourism areas of Barisal Division. Sarfuddin Ahmed Santu, the founder of Barisal’s various educational institutions, built the mosque with his own funding. The construction cost of the Mosque and Eidgah Complex is about 20 crore taka. It took four years and a month to complete the construction process. Guthia Mosque is built on a total of 14 acres of land. When entering the main gate of the Mosque and Eidgah Complex, there is a pond on
Guliakhali Sea Beach Guliakhali Sea Beach is located in Sitakunda Upazila of Chittagong district. This beach is known to the local people as Muradpur Sea Beach. The distance from Sitakunda Market to Guliakhali Sea Beach is just 5 kilometers. Nature did not have any niggard to decorate the amazingly beautiful Guliakhali Sea Beach. On one side, the sea water and on the other side of the Kewra Forest have made this sea beach unique. Aerial roots of Kewra tree can be seen around the canal flowing through the Kawra forest. The Kewra forest has gone far beyond the sea. Here you can feel the environment like Swamp Forest and Mangrove Forests together. Guliakhali sea beach is unique because of its green grass like green carpet. The open field of green grass near the sea will surely impress you. Many zigzag drainages created naturally through the green field. These drainages become full of water during tide. The green grass surrounding it and the small canal filled with water in it will fascinate anyone. Guliakhali sea beach is not so much well known. For this reason, you will find a relaxed environment in this sea beach. Although the sea does not have so much raging or roar here, the environment of Guliakhali sea beach differently amazing. If you want, you can visit the sea in fishermen boat. In this case, it is necessary to take a bargain to fix the boat. There is a large beautiful open field covered with green grass like a carpet on the side of Sea Beach. If you take football, you can play there. You will get a filling like playing on the turfed international standard stadium. Being very close to Sitakunda, after visiting the Gulabakhali beach, there will be a lot of time in hand. At
Kotka Beach Kotka Beach is one of the beautiful places of Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest. The distance of Kotka Beach from the port of Mongla is about 90 kilometers. To enjoy the natural beauty of the Sundarbans, there is a 40 feet watchtower in Kotka. Kotka sea beach is about three kilometers walking distance from the north side Kotka watchtower. The Kotka beach is known as the Jamtola beach to the local people. On the way to the beach, different types of Jam (one type of berry) trees can be seen. That’s why the beach is called the Jamatola beach. Crab’s artwork is seen across the calm and clean Kotka beaches. The Kotka beach is directly meet to Kachikhali in the east. The wave size on this beach is extremely variable and it is very risky to get on the water for unknown quicksands on this beach. For these reasons, Jamtala or Kotka beach is not ideal for taking a bath. One of the main attractions of the Sundarbans is Royal Bengal Tiger. However, it is difficult to see tigers in the forest. And if the tiger is found on it, there is also a matter of safety. But seeing the tiger and staying safe – both can be possible from the Kotka sanctuary, the beautiful tourist center of Sundarbans. The Royal Bengal Tigers, one of the main attractions of the Sundarbans, are often seen here. Apart from this, beautiful spotted deer, the variety of birds, the calm nature and the presence of wild animals, Katka sanctuary always occupies a separate place on the list of tourists. There is a rest house of the Forest Department in Kotka. There is a wooden jetty here to get out from the launch. The rest house is near to the jetty.
Sairu Hill Resort Considering the location and beauty of Sairu Hill Resort, now one of the most beautiful resorts in Bangladesh. The best time to visit in “Sairu Hill Resort” is the autumn time. Just wondering about going to a resort tour only? Once you go there, you will surely feel that you can only visit this resort more often. It is located 18km from Bandarban city before the Chimbuk hill of Bandarban-Thanchi road. The resort is located on the top of the 1800 feet high hill. The aesthetic design of the resort offers natural surroundings. Green mountain rows around the resort, clouds in front of the eye and the panoramic view of this resort will make your time enjoyable. This luxurious resort offers all kinds of amenities. There is also a beautiful swimming pool. Sairu Hill Resort can be ideal for families, couples or honeymooners. This beautiful resort decorated with hills, rivers, sky, clouds and aesthetics design will make your eyes and mind calm. Sairu Hill Resort will make you any moment to be cheerful and lively with its uniqueness. Think of a morning where you are taking your breakfast in the morning with your beloved one in a tidy table near the dew-wet grasses on the top of the mountain and the clouds of the surroundings are fluttering you. What do you think, am I talking about Darjeeling or Nagarkot? Not at all. I am talking about Sairu Hill Resort. These are the daily views of Sairu Hill Resort. Sairu Hill Resort is designed in a way that is different from any other resorts in your country, as well as the eye-catching. The resort has been built on the hill. As far as eyes go, you will see green scenes. Because the resort is about 1800 feet above
Shalban Vihara Shalban Vihara is one of the signs of ancient civilizations of Bangladesh. It is the most important archaeological site of archaeological excavation in Mainamati. Due to this excavation has found a large Buddhist Vihara and other materials like Somapura Maha vihara or Paharpur Vihara. These are thought to be from seven to twelve centuries. Location: The Shalban Vihara is situated in the middle of Lalmai Hills near Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD) in Kotbari of Comilla district. Once there was a dense forest of Shal-Gajari tree around the Vihara. That is why The Vihara was named after Shalban Vihara. There is still a small forest there. Its adjacent village is named Shalbanpur. This Vihara is like the Somapura Maha Vihara of Paharpur but it is small in size. Discovery: At the end of 1875, the ruins of an erection were exposed while constructing a road in present Kotbari area. The ruins discovered at that time were thought to be a fort. In 1917, the Principal of the Dhaka Museum Nalini Kant Bhattasali visited that area and he decided that the ruin was a fort of Ranabankamlla Harikela Dev (thirteenth century) and the city was Pattikera City surrounded by the vihara. However, according to other archaeologists, it was the ruins of an ancient city known as Joykarmantobasak. Construction: It is speculated that the fourth king of Dev Dynasty, Shreebhav Dev, built this Buddhist Viahara from the end of the Christian seventh century to the beginning of the eighth century. The six construction and reconstruction phase of Shalban Vihara is assumed. In the eighth century AD, the central temple was built in the third phase and it is assumed that the overall renovation of the Viahara was made in that phase. The fourth and fifth phase construction and repair
Kaptai Lake Kaptai Lake is an artificial lake in Rangamati district of the Chittagong Hill Tracts region of Bangladesh. Kaptai Lake is the largest artificial lake in South Asia. Construction of Kaptai dam on Karnafuli River in 1956 for Karnafuli water power plant. Then, 54 thousand acres of agricultural land in Rangamati district sank and this lake was created. In 1956, the Pakistan government started construction of the Kaptai dam through American funding. Its construction ended in 1962. Kaptai Lake is basically the regional name of the Karnafuli Lake. Bangladesh’s only hydropower project is located in Kaptai. Although it is mainly produced for hydropower generation, the reservoir is plenty of fish farming. Surrounding Kaptai Lake, the tourism industry in Rangamati district has been developed. The new Chakma Rajbari and Buddhist temples are located on the banks of Lake. A lot of fish and biodiversity combinations in the lake. This lake has a famous hanging bridge. The lake is surrounded by hills on two sides. You can travel to the lake through hire the trawler. Speedboats and boats are available in the Rijarb Bazar, Tobolchari and tourism barges for travel in Kaptai Lake. The price for the speedboats per hour is 1200-1500 Tk and 500-800 Tk for the indigenous boat. Kaptai Upazila Tourism Motel and Hanging Bridge through Rangamati town of Tobolchari can go directly to the road in ‘Tourist Complex’. There are parking facilities for the cars.
Alutila Cave We might have heard a lot about the cave. Naturally, the cave is dark. Think of it, you are walking through a dark cave with a flambeau and the cold water flow through your feet. So how do you feel, just imagine! It will be a strange feeling. To experience such a strange feeling, you can visit Alutila Cave in Khagrachari. The Alutila Cave is a natural cave located in Khagrachari district of Bangladesh. The Alutila Cave is located at 3000 feet high from the sea level in Matiranga Upazila of Khagrachari district 7 kilometers west of the main city. The former name of the Alutila is the Arbari Mountain. There is a lot of wild potatoes grown in that mountain. During World War II, there was a crisis of food in Khagrachari. Local people lived on eating wild potatoes from this mountain then. Since then, this mountain is known as Alutila as the meaning of potato in the Bengali language is ‘Alu’. The Alutila Cave is located on that Alutila Mountain. The locals call it ‘Matai Hakor’. Matai Hakor means the cave of the god. This cave is very dark and cool. The sunlight does not enter the cave, so you have to enter with taking a flambeau. The cave is slippery and rocky and a fountain flowing beneath it. The cave looks like a terrestrial tunnel. The cave is about 100 meters long, 1.8 meters high and 0.9 meters wide. It takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes to go through one end to another end of the cave. Since the height of the cave is very low, it is necessary to crawl at one stage. The position of this mysterious cave is at the feet of the hill, 266 steps below the peak of the hill.
Somapura Mahavihara Somapura Mahavihara Somapur Mahavihara or, Sompur Vihara or, Paharpur Buddist Vihara is a ruined ancient Buddhist monastery in Bangladesh. The second king of the Pal dynasty, Sri Dharma Pal Dev (781-821) built this monastery in the late eighth century or in the ninth century. In 1879, Sir Alexander Cunningham discovered these huge structures. In 1985 UNESCO recognized Somapur Maha vihara as a world heritage site. The Somapura Mahavihara is said to be the world’s largest Buddhist temple. It is compared to the Nalanda monastery of India. It was the Buddhist’s most famous religious teaching center for 300 years. Buddhists from other parts of the subcontinent, from here, China, Tibet, Myanmar (then the Brahmins), Malaysia, Indonesia etc used to come here to acquire the knowledge of religion. In the tenth century AD, Atish Dipankar Shriggan was the chancellor of Somapura Mahavihara. The reputation of knowledge of great scholastic Atish Dipangkar reached in faraway Tibet beyond the boundaries of Bengal. It is saying that he came to the Tibet and solved the water problem there. The house of this great scholar was in the village of Bajrajogini of Bikrampur near Dhaka. Location and Size: Somapura Mahavihara was situated in the middle of the capital of Pundravardhana Pundranagar (presently Mahasthan) and the other city of the millionaire (presently Bangarh). Its ruins are located at Paharpur village of Badolgachi Upazila of Naogaon district of Rajshahi division of Bangladesh. On the other hand, it is only 5 kilometers west of Jamalganj railway station in Joypurhat district. This archaeological site is located in the village of approximately 0.10 square kilometers (10 hectares). This landmark plot of the archaeological site is the quadrilateral shape. It is located at an elevation of approximately 30.30 meters above the plane lands of the area. It looks like a
Birishiri Today you will know much more information about Brishiri. so let’s start reading this article. Bangladesh is a beautiful country of natural beauty. There are many tourist spots scattered throughout the country. Today I will introduce you about the tourist spots of Durgapur Upazila of Netrokona district. The ancient kingdom of Susang kings had been established here. Besides, Birishiri union of Durgapur is another tourist attraction of Durgapur. The china clay mine of Bijoypur is the main attraction of Birishiri. The crystal clear water of Jaflong or St. Martin’s deep blue water is known to many. But here is a lake of water mixed with green and blue colors. The dry season is the right time of traveling Susang Durgapur and Birishiri. Because most of the roads are gravel in this area. On a rainy day, the roads become muddy and slippery. So you may fall into a big trouble if you travel in the rainy season. The beauty of Birishiri will make you forget all of your business for a while. Again, the main attraction of Bishishiri is the hills of white clay. A lake of blue-green water awoke on the chest of the hill. White clay of the mine made the color of water darker. But you cannot see this beautiful scene at the moment of reaching Birishiri. You will have to go to the white clay hill of Bijoypur. Diverse cultural weather and the surprising beauty of the Kansho-Teppa-Someshwari River and the Garo Hill attract nature lovers since the British period. In the rainy season, the beauty of Someshawri River increased many times. The Tribal Cultural Academy is located in Birishiri. Sixty percent of the inhabitants of this area are Garo, Hajong and other ethnic groups. Here are some memorials of the Tuingka Movement. Another name for
Nijhum Dwip Nijhum Dwip is a small island of Bangladesh. It is a small island rose in the Bay of Bengal, is located in the south-west of Hatia Upazila of Noakhali District. Ballar Char, Kamlar Char, Char Osman and Char Muri, Nijhum Island is consisting of these four main islands and several small chars. Its area is about 14,050 acres. The island is completely silent, that’s why it is named as Nijhum Island (Silent Island). There is one main road on the island. The road goes straight from one side of the island to the other side. Nijhum Island has 9 villages. In addition to the villages, several small houses are spreading in different places. There are three markets on the island. The main residential area of Nijhum Dwip is Nama Bazar. There is no electricity supply in Nijhum Dwip. Electricity is supplied through the generator in the Nama Bazar area up to 11 pm. There are rickshaws and motorbikes on the island to travel. But motorcycles are more available than rickshaws. To ride the island, you can rent the motorcycle. In this case, you will get two benefits. The driver of the motorcycle can guide you to different places. If you can drive the motorcycle you can drive it yourself. History: Nijhum Dwip wakes up on the sea in the 1950’s. Nirjhum Island’s former name was Char-Osman. It is said that a buffalo breeder named Osman, had settled on the first at Nijhum Dwip with his buffalo flock. Then the name of this island was named after him. The island was later known as ‘Nijhum Dwip’. Before 1970, there was no human habitation here. Later, people affected by the river erosion of Hatiya, Shahbazpur and Ramgati started taking refuge in the island. Bangladesh’s Department of Forests started their activities
Vinno Jogot Vinno Jogot is an attractive park in Rangpur. Being disturbed by the agony of mechanical life, we sometimes think that if we could go away from the familiar circle and go somewhere else! Many people want to spend a good day forgetting all the busyness for at least one day! And to meet this natural desire, today we will introduce you to an amusement park named ‘Vinno Jogot’(English meaning: Different World). Really this is a different world. The Vinno Jogot is one of the tourist spots in Rangpur. The natural beauty and the pleasant atmosphere of this Vinno Jogot or Different World will release you from the busy mechanical life. On the more than 100 acres of land, the entertainment center named as ‘Vinno Jogot’ was established in 2001 in Khalea, Ganjipur area of Gangachara Upazila, about 11 kilometers away from Rangpur city. Among the travel spots in Rangpur, the Vinno Jogot is one of the most preferred. It is the largest picnic spot and tourism center in north Bengal. The largest amusement park in Bangladesh. It’s position in Gangipora of GangacharaUpazilaa of Rangpur district. Large areas of Vinno Jagot and different types of entertainment elements will give you a different feeling. In the tourism season, average thousands of people visit the Vinno Jagot daily. Every day students of different school-colleges, people of different companies and the general people visit Vinno Jagot to spend a day differently. The entertainment center, spread over nearly 100 acres of land, is constantly fluttering in different types of birds. Many species of birds can be seen on the trees. In the evening they come back to their nests. Hundreds of thousands of native and foreign trees are being decorated in Vinno Jagot. Here visitors can roam the whole day in the shade
Nafakhum Waterfall Among the waterfalls of Bangladesh, the most remote waterfall is Nafakhum. The natural beauty of Nafakhum Waterfall is one of the most amazing surprises of Bangladesh. This amazingly beautiful Nafakhum fall is located in the Remakri union of Thanchi Upazila of Bandarban district. Remakri is a Marma tribe inhabited area in Thanchi Upazila of Bandarban district. Thanchi is located 79 km away from Bandarban. Thanchi market located on the banks of the Sangu River. On this Sangu river, you have to move upwards gradually by boat towards Remakri. Because the river has gradually sloped towards Thanchi from Remakri and there are many streams here. Nature can be so beautiful and clearer here, it cannot be imagined. After some distance of the river, it sloping down 1/2 feet, somewhere to 4/5 feet down. There are high hills on either side of the river. Every mountain covered in greenery is lying on the lap of the clouds. Some mountains are so tall that their crowns are covered by the clouds. Sometimes, several tribal houses are seen in the hills. You will be amused by watching the houses of tin and bamboo fencing in the mountain slopes. The word ‘Khum’ in Marma language means waterfall. And a kind of fish is found in the Remakri river, whose name is Nafa Fish. The characteristic of this fish is that this fish always moves in the opposite direction of the currents of the water. On the contrary, once the fish started to jump over the falls, then the tribals caught jumping fish with a net. From this, the waterfall has been named as Nafakhum. It is a three-hour walking distance from Remakri to go to Nafakhum waterfall. The flow of the Remakri River came at this Nafakhum and suddenly came down to about
Durga Sagar There are numerous natural and man-made tourist spots spread all over Bangladesh. Today I will introduce you to another tourist spot. And today I will tell you about Durga Sagar Lake in Barishal. Location: Durga Sagar is a large belonging to Barishal district, south of Bangladesh. It is located in Madhabpasha union of Babuganj Upazila of Barisal district. It is situated at Madhabpasha, about 12 kilometers north of Barishal city on the side of Swarupkathi-Barishal road. In 1780, the fifteenth king of Chandradwip Shiv Narayan dug this huge lake. Durga Sagar is named after King Shiv Narayan’s wife Durgamati. In 1974, the lake was renovated by the government of that time. At present, Barisal District Administration is supervising the lake under a project called “Durga Sagar Lake Development and Aviary Sanctuary”. History: Once upon a time, Barisal was known as Venice in the East. This southern region of Bengal was full of grain and wealth. For that reason, the general people of this region had to be looted by Burma and Portuguese pirates at that time. In view of this, the famous king of Chandradwip dynasty, Shiv Narayan Roy permanently established the capital of Chandradwip (ancient Barishal) in Srinagar (Madhabpasha). He was one of the twelve Bhuiyans in Bengal. There is nothing left of the palace. The descendants of the dynasty are currently residing in India. Although there are several lakes, most of them are filled up today. It is now only witnesses of that time. And the biggest lake of those lakes is the Durga Sagor (Durga Sea). Queen Durgabati, the wife of Shiv Narayan, suggested excavating the huge lake in 1780. She was a wise queen and she loves her people. She suggested digging this lake to ease the sufferings for fresh drinking water of the
Lalakhal Lalakhal is a river of transparent blue water in Jointapur Upazila, about 35 kilometers away from Sylhet city. This is a beautiful place of natural beauty. This is a perfect place to feel a natural beauty. In the hills, there are dense green forests, rivers, tea-gardens, and various species of trees, which include Lalakhal. In Lalakhal, you can see the thick green hill forests, rivers, tea gardens and various species of trees. Water and nature are mixed with the people’s lives here, which will give you a great motivation to live. If you are in Lalakhal you have the opportunity to meet with indigenous people. Inclusive of everything, the area is a favorite, desired and awaited place for tourists. You can go to Lalakhal by road and waterways. But most tourists chose waterways because the boat trips are more enjoyable. You will be fascinated by going on the way to the water. Certainly, for a while, you will be lost in your mind. Lalakhal’s position at the bottom of India’s Cherrapunji. Originating from Cherrapunji Hills this river flows through Bangladesh. The winter is the suitable time to travel Lalakhal. If you want you can travel on a rainy day. But wintertime is quite safe. Shari river flows by the side of Tamabil Road of Lalakhal. The most interesting aspect of this river is its water of different colors. There is different color water in each part of the river. Like blue, green and transparent water. You can go to Lalakhal by boat or speedboat over the transparent water of the river. After 45 minutes of journey, you will reach the Factory Ghat of Lalakhal tea garden. During this time you will see the river bottom through its crystal clear water. If you want you can spend the whole day
Dhanbari Nawab Palace The Dhanbari Nawab Palace is located in Dhanbari Upazila near the Madhupur of Tangail District. Hundred years of old Palaces of landlords scattered throughout the country are our witness to history. The ruined walls of their palaces tell us the story of our rich history and heritage. The architectural walls of the luxurious palaces of the landlords are not just walls, as the book of the living history, from which our young eyes can read a thousand years of history. Such a traditional palace is Dhanbari Nawab Palace. This was built by Sayed Nawab Ali Chowdhury (1863-1929). History: Once a ruler named Dhanpati Singh ruled here. So this area has been named Dhanbari. It is speculated that warlord Ishkander Khan and Monwar Khan established zamindari in Dhanbari after defeating Dhanpati Singh during Mughal emperor Jahangir’s rule. Syed Nawab Ali Chowdhury was the son of this landlord family. He was the secretary of the founding committee of Dhaka University. Nawab Ali Chowdhury was the first proponent of the state language Bengali and the first Muslim minister of the British government. In 1919, Nawab Ali Chowdhury built this palace to welcome English Lord Ronaldshay. Lord Ronaldshay came near the Koyra in the steamer and then he was greeted with 30 elephants. As a Tourist Place: There is no longer Zamindari governance system in Bangladesh, Dhanbari is no exception. There is no landlord, but the palace of the landlord is standing in high esteem and traditions as a witness to history. Due to the amazing architecture, the Dhanbari Nawab Palace has become an attractive place for tourists. So the heirs of the Nawabs built a picnic spot in the palace, which has earned fame as Nawab Syed Hasan Ali Royale Resort. A private house named Lite House Group is responsible
Kuakata Sea Beach Kuakata sea beach is one of most wonderful tourist attraction in Barisal Division. Kuakata could be a town identified for its scenic ocean beach. It Is that the most famous traveler destination in the country. Kuakata Sea Beach is a sandy expanse 18 kilometers long and 3 kilometers wide from the beach. Kuakata is legendary as a result of it’s referred to as Sagor Konnya (Daughter of Sea). The Gangamati reserve forest lies to the eastern point of the beach and the border of the Sundarban is to the western point. You can visit Kuakata to relish the superb read of nature. This view will blow your mind. Kuakata sea beach is one of the infrequent places which has the unique beauty of offering the full view of the rising and setting of the sun in the water of the Bay of Bengal in a calm environment. That perhaps makes Kuakata one of the world’s amazing beaches To enjoy the beauty of the sunrise from the Kuakata beach one must wake up very early in the morning and at the evening of the day, you can enjoy the attractive sunset. Kuakata Sea Beach is associate degree an awful combination of the natural beauty, white sandy beach, series of coconut trees, blue sky, a huge expanse of water of the Bay of Bengal and evergreen forest in surrounding areas are really mind-blowing. It’ll be an excellent pleasure taking a tub or driving or just lazing there. This beach, lined by coconut trees, could be a sanctuary for migratory winter birds. The Bay is usually alive with colorful sailboats, surf riding waves, lofty cliffs, fishing or simply walking on the beach. The elusive fantastic thing about Kuakata is simply gratifying and it’s unacceptable to explain the wonder of Kuakata in
Madhupur National Park Madhupur National Park is one of the biggest national parks in Bangladesh. The location of the national park is in Madhapur Upazila of Tangail district, about 125 kilometers away from the capital Dhaka. It is about 47 kilometers distant from the district town of Tangail. The main attraction of this forest is Shalbon. It can be very easy to come and visit the forest from Dhaka within a day. There is no accurate information about the establishment period of Madhupur forest. But it is thought that it is a hundred years old forest. Sometimes it was ruled by the kings, or occupied by Zamindars. But it came under forest department in 1962. Subsequently, under the Wildlife Act of 1974, Madhupur Forest was declared as National Park in 1982. Its area is approximately 84366 hectares. On the south side of the Madhupur National Park, the Bangshi River has flowed. The people of different aboriginal communities including Garo, Coach, Bauman, live in around 187 villages in and around the park. Due to unique bio-diversity and enchanting landscapes, the parks are very suitable for eco-tourism. There are various recreational facilities in the park, including restroom, picnic spot an artificial lake. Bio-diversity: There are 176 species of plants, including 73 species of trees, 22 species of shrubs, 1 species of palm trees, 8 species of grass, 27 species of climbers and 45 species of medicinal plants. Notable among these are Sal, Bahera, Amla, Hog Plum, Jiga, Vadi, Sacred Fig (Ashwath), Banyan, Rauvolfia (Swarpogondha), Asparagus, Zuna, Bidha, Hargozha, Behula etc. Apart from this, some foreign species have been planted in various places in the plant horticulture area. Besides, there are many different species of plants in the forest. Madhupur Forest was very rich once due to wild animals like elephants, tigers, leopards,
Shuktara Nature Retreat The Shuktara Nature Retreat is a wonderful resort located at the top of the hill of the Khidimnagar National Park in Sylhet. It is 7 kilometers away from Sylhet city. This resort can be reached by 1 km to the left from the Mazar gate of Shahparan (Rm). The resort has been built around 14 acres of land. Shuktatara Resort’s architecture and construction style are such that you will be completely mixed with nature. If you move towards Shuktara Nature Retreat on the road of the tea garden, a green hillock will welcome you. The gate of the resort at one side below the hill. There is only a way to reach the top of the hill. On one side there is a Toy Train Line. When you see the beautiful cottages built on 50 feet above, your mind will be filled with joy. At the bottom of the hill, you have to leave the car to go up. It is not allowed to take the car above. There are a few steps stairs to go up to 50 feet high. There is nothing to fear if you do not want to go this way. On the other side is the Toy Train Line. By the train, you can reach the top of the high hill and reach the reception house. There are 11 cottages in the Shuktara Nature Retreat. The whole hill is covered with green. There are two parts on the top of the hill. The reception room is in the first part. Remembrances of the tradition of Sylhet, the people of the tea-population, including Manipuri, are on reception. Upstairs, three stored Acacia restaurant will be seen. The second floor was arranged for meals. All delicious foods are available here in a different environment. There
Buddha Dhatu Jadi The Buddha Dhatu Jadi is located at the Balghata Pool Para in Bandarban district. This temple is also known as Mahasukh Mandir or the Swarno Mandir (Golden Temple). Although there are no structures made of gold, yet it is known as the Golden Temple for the golden color of the temple. It is a beautiful pagoda made on the top of the high mountain. This is a sacred pilgrimage center for Buddhists in Bangladesh. Here many Buddhists from abroad come to see and pray. The Buddha Dhatu Jadi is the largest Buddhist temple in Bangladesh. Here is one of the best Buddhist Statue in the world built in the contemporary times of Gautam Buddha. This temple has been constructed at a cost of about Taka 10 crore. This pagoda is one of the best Buddhist temples in South East Asia. On the hill, there is a small pond containing some water named Debota Pukur (Pond of God). The Buddha Dhatu Jadi currently occupies one of the important tourist attractions of Bandarban district. Construction style of this pagoda is based on the Buddhist temples of Myanmar, China, and Thailand. You can also see this Jadi or Golden Temple once in Bandarban tour. From this pagoda, beautiful surroundings of Balghata tow and its surrounding areas are seen. This pagoda is a modern religious architecture. Fairs are held every year at specific times in this pagoda. Pagoda is open to the worshipers all day. Although there was a ban on traveling to the temple for ordinary visitors a few days ago, now the Golden Temple has been opened for visitors. Visiting Time This pagoda is open all day for the worshipers. If you want to visit this Buddha Dhatu Jadi, then it should be 8:30 am to 11:30 pm. If
Mahasthangarh Mahasthangarh is one of the oldest ancient monuments in Bangladesh. It is one of the earliest urban archaeological sites discovered in Bangladesh so far. This famous city was also known as Pundravardhana or Pundranagara in the history of the city. Mahasthangarh was once the capital of Bengal. It was archaeological evidence that the civilized population was established before the birth of Jesus Christ, some 2,500 years ago. There are several archaeological sites in this city surrounded by walls. For centuries, this place was the capital of the mighty Maurya, Gupta, Pal and Sen Rulers, and later the Hindu feudal kings. From the 3rd BCE to the fifteenth century, the kings of various Hindu kings and other religions ruled there. Mahasthangarh is one of the oldest tourist centers in Bangladesh. There are many tourist attractions here. It was declared as the cultural capital of SAARC in 2016. Location: The location of Mahasthangarh is in Shibganj Upazilla in the district of Bogra. About 11 km north from Bogra town, the ruins of this city are seen on the west side of the river Karatoya. It is believed that the main reason for building the city here is because it is one of the highest regions of Bangladesh. This land is 36 meters (118 feet) high above sea level, in which the capital of Dhaka is just 6 meters (20 feet) high from the sea level. Another reason to choose this place is the position and shape of the Karatoya River. The river was three times wider than the present Padma River in the 13th century. History: The famous Chinese traveler Hiuen Tsang came to Pundranagar between 639 and 645 AD. In the introduction of travel, he mentioned the nature and way of life of that time. Being famous for Buddhist education,
Shat Gombuj Mosque Shat Gombuj Mosque (Sixty-Dome Mosque) is an ancient mosque located in the south-west of Bagerhat district of Bangladesh. It is one of the most attractions in Bagerhat of Khulna Division. And also there are Sundarbans. But there is no doubt about the architecture of the mosque that Khan-i-Jahan Ali had built it. It is believed that he built it in the 15th century. Shat Gombuj Mosque was built for many years and with a lot of money. The stones were brought from Rajmahal. It is located in one of the three world heritage sites of Bangladesh. The archipelago was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Center in 1985. There is no inscription on the mosque. So no accurate information is available about who was created or at what time it was built. The mosque is about 160 feet in the north-south direction and about 143 feet long in the interior and about 104 feet on the east-west side and about 88 feet wide in the interior. The walls are about 8 feet thick. History: The history of today’s Bagerhat has been found in the Bengal Sultanate of Sultan Nasir al-Din Mahmud Shah (1442-1459). In the 15th century, an administrator of the Sultanate Ulugh Khan Jahan (1433-1459) founded this city. 1459 was mentioned in his grave as the year of his death. It is evident from the fact that the city was built in the 15th century. It is a planned city of roads, bridges and water supply. There are still two ponds are alive among his excavated ponds: “Ghoradighi” and “Dargadighi.” It is known that due to political and economic, Delhi’s sultanate is far from India. He wanted to preach Islam in Bengal on the verge of expansion and he was given the responsibility of Ulugh Khan Jahan, who was
Zinda Park Zinda Park is located in Daudpur union of Rupganj Upazila of Narayanganj district. It is one of the most beautiful and attractive very nearby parks in Dhaka. You can go to the Park for release from the racket traffic congestions of Dhaka. The park is not a government enterprise. Again, it is not of any commercial organization. The park was established by financing a social organization called “Agraprotik Palli Samiti”. It’s starting in 1980 with 5000 members. Zinda Park’s area is approximately 150 acres. Ir’s amazing and attractive park in Narayanganj district. Here you’ll find many things and also you can fresh your mind. Basically, the tourist place is one of the most natural beauty places of Narayanganj. The park has more than 10,000 trees and plants in 250 species. There are 5 reservoirs, with vast areas. The park has become one of most tourist destinations in the country and foreign tourists because of numerous birds and everything. Currently, this tour place is the source of employment for about 4000 people. At present, Zinda village is also called an ideal village. Entry tickets – 100 Taka. Zinda Park is a very popular place for a family picnic. There are good arrangements for car parking. The prohibition stays on the park after Maghrib’s Azan. The park is open seven days a week. How to go there? The distance of Zinda Park from Dhaka is 37 km. From Dhaka has been arrived Kachpur bridge by bus and from there bypassing the Kanchan Bridge, it is easily possible to come to the Park. Or go to Zinda Park via Bypass road through Tongi Mir Market. The Park from Tongi is 28 km away. It is easy to go by Kuril Biswarod’s Purbachal Highway. Take rent 30-40 Tk to Zinda Park via
Dumlong Mountain Dumlong Mountain is located on Rangamati District of Bangladesh. Here you’ll know much more effective information about Dumlong Mountain. A private travel organization in Dhaka, Jarmin GPS (Global Positioning System), measuring the height of the mountain and claiming it as the second highest mountain in the country. But it’s actually in the third position mountain of Bangladesh. It is located in the Bilaichari Upazila of south-eastern in Rangamati district of Bangladesh. The height of the mountain is 1,010 meters or 3,315 feet. It is the highest mountain in Rangamati district. And country’s height of 1000 meters it’s one of the 3 mountains. Among the park Mountain, you can see the game of clouds! It is sometimes hidden among the clouds. It’s so attractive and amazing mountain in Bangladesh. After traveling the highest peak of Bangladesh, now starting visit on the park Mountain by the country’s adventure lovers. Because The mountain is excellent beauty in Bangladesh. It has three peaks, the northern peak, the western peak and the main peak. It is wild hills. Before going the mountain, you should be using malaria medicine. And you should also be prepared for rain for any time. How to go there? Although Dumlong is in Bilaichari of Rangamati district, you can easily contact with people here from Ruma Bazar of Bandarban district. Because takes a lot of time to go to Bilaichari, and it takes only one day to go to Ruma. From Bandarban to Ruma Bazar Boga lake goes to Pukurpara. There is Dumlong Mountain located. From there among one day you can come back to get up Dumlong mountain.
Greenland Park Greenland Park is located at Ranigaon in Chunarughat Upazila of Habiganj district. Greenland Park is a wonderful place in Habiganj district. There are many trees of the Greenland Park. As a result, you will see green around the park. This is an important entertainment center for tourists. Every year there are coming many tourists here. There are hanging bridges, lake, shooting spot, picking a spot, rest house, mini zoo, Nagarodola and pleasant natural surroundings. Greenland Park has already got acquainted with the whole country including Sylhet division. Every day tourists come from different parts of the country for visiting this place. Here, you can walk around the lake with the swimming pools. Bird lovers will see different species of birds. You can also know about several endangered plant species. Greenland has its own security system. Ansar members and volunteers have been appointed for safety. There are some tourist police. So you do not have to worry about security. How to go there? There are 2 ways to go to the Shayestaganj National Park from Dhaka. One is bus and another is train. However, due to the good road communication system can go very quickly by bus. From Dhaka, you have to come to Shayestaganj to the Freedom Chattor. Shayestaganj is 168 kilometers away from Dhaka. Then go to Chunarughat, 12 km away from Shayestaganj, rent a micro or CNG. It’s easy to reach the Greenland Park, 6 kilometers away from Chunarughat.
Sundarbans Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in Bangladesh. It’s also the largest mangrove forest in the world. Sundarbans is located in the coastal region of the Bay of Bengal. It is a vast forest which is one of the natural wonders of the world and also worlds Heritage Site recognized and compiled by UNESCO. It was recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. Actually, most of the people in the world commonly known as Bangladesh is the natural beauty and greenery. As an example, we can see this amazing forest. This mangrove forest is so amazing and attractive that you can not explain if you don’t see your own eyes. So you should visit this place at least one time in your life. Then you can easily realize that how much beautiful this forest is! Expand across Khulna, Satkhira, Bagerhat, Patuakhali, and Barguna districts of Bangladesh and the two districts of West Bengal state of India expand across North 24 Pargana and South 24 Pargana. Khulna is one the most popular tourist division of Bangladesh and there is also heritage Shat Gombuj Mosque. As the largest mangrove forest in the coastal environment, the Sundarbans is the world’s largest integrated forest. This forest, which is spread over 10,000 square kilometers, has 6,017 square kilometers in Bangladesh and the rest is in India. Name of Bangladesh and Indian part respectively “Sundarbans” and “Sundarbans National Park”. This is so beautiful and attractive one of the forest in Bangladesh. It’s amazing. In the Sundarbans, there are marine streams, mud spy and small-scale archipelago with saltwater mangrove forests. 31.1 percent of the total forest area, which is 1,874 square kilometers, includes riverine, inlet and of water zones. On 21 May 1992, the mangrove forest were recognized as the place of Ramsagar. There is a
Mohera Jamidar Bari There are many Jamidar Bari in Bangladesh. Mohera Jamidar Bari is one of the most important and attractive Jamidar Bari. Mohera Jamidar Bari is very beautiful and wonderful among all the landlords of Bangladesh. Now it is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Tangail. Every day there are coming many tourists visiting this wonderful landlord house. Due to being very close to Dhaka, its popularity is much more and many local foreign tourists come here. From Dhaka, in one day you can visit this landlord house. There are also small parks, zoos, boat rides and picnic spots etc. Mohera Jamidar Bari is one of the few historic establishments, its located on Tangail District of Bangladesh. Before the 1890s, the zamindar House was founded on the basis of the Spanish city of Cordova. During the war of liberation in 1971, the Pak army attacked the Mohera Jomidar Bari. And killing five villagers, including Kollbudhu of the landlord house, were brutally shot dead. Later, they left the country on the river of Lohazang and left for India. The camp was set up in this Jomidar Bari. In 1972, the initiative was taken to establish the Jamidar house as a police training school. And police training school was upgraded to the Police Training Center in 1990. Mohera Jamidar bari civilization and an invaluable monument of tradition. In front of the zamindar house, there is a huge tank named ‘Vishakha Sagar’. There are two beautiful gates to enter the house. The Pasura pond and queen pond have behind the building. Here have beautiful flower gardens. It is made up of three main structures. Each of the three deployments has a unique design. The main three buildings are Maharaj Lodge, Anand Lodge, Chowdhury Lodge. Choudhury lodge: While entering Mohera Jamidar
Grand Sultan Tea resort & Golf The Grand Sultan Tea Resort and Golf are located in Sreemangal Upazila of Moulvibazar district of Sylhet division. In the green gardens of Sreemangal, this resort has been built on a total of about 132 acres of land. This is the one & only five-star resort in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh. This is Grand Sultan Tea Resort & Golf. Construction cost is Tk 235 Core. This resort is the true combination of ultimate luxury, gracious hospitality, and admirable greenery. Classified in 08 categories with 135 hotel rooms and suites Grand Sultan welcomes you in Sylhet to enjoy your holiday or vacation with comfort and luxury. Luxurious Resort and Five Star Hotel have been developed in the center of the renowned tourist area, famous for local and foreign tourists, the Lawachara National Park in Sreemangal Upazila for the tourists of Maulvibazar. There are more facilities in Grand Sultan Tea Resort & Golf. Elegant rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens, and tea and coffee making facilities, plus minibars and sitting areas. Suites add living rooms, dining areas and/or extra bedrooms. Room service is available 24/7. Breakfast is complimentary. The 5 dining options include a poolside cafe, a BBQ eatery, and a refined restaurant. There’s also a cinema, a library, a gym and a spa. Other amenities consist of an outdoor pool and a 9-hole golf course, as well as sports courts, swimming pool, the outlook of tea garden, billiards, and a playground. In the capital, Dhaka, Chittagong or any part of the country, it is possible to come to Sreemangal town by train or Bus. The Grand Sultan Tea Resort and Golf located on the Vanuagach-Kamalganj road is approximately 5 kilometers away from the Sreemangal city.
Hazrat Shah Jalal Majar Shāh Jalāl ad-Dīn al-Mujarrad al-Naqshbandi (1271 CE – 15 March 1346 CE), is a celebrated Sufi Muslim figure in Bengal. Hazrat Shahjalal (rah) was a famous saint and peer of the subcontinent. Hazrat Shahjalal (rah) is lying in the heart of Tylah in the middle of the city Sylhet. The arrival of Sylhet 360 with the visit of Shahjalal is a significant event in history. After his death, he was buried in Sylhet. Jalal’s name is associated with the spread of Islam into north-eastern Bengal through Sufism, part of a long history of travel between the Middle East, Persia, Central Asia and South Asia. According to a tablet inscription found in Amberkhana, he arrived at Sylhet in 1303 CE. The largest airport in Bangladesh, Hazrat Sha Jalal International Airport, is named after him. Thousands of people come to Sylhet every day, regardless of religion and color, from Hazrat Shahjalal (rah) to the Mazarjeirat. There is a well near the shrine of Shahjalal. The location of this cappasuna and silver colored fish can be seen. The well around the well gets flowing water. If you go to the west side of the shrine to see the shower. Fountain water is sold by bottle filling. There are three large dixies inside the house. They were donated by Mir Murad of Dhaka. Cooking is not cooked in the panels. The devotees donate a lot of money to the deities for the good of the devotees. The small house of the grillaghera star on the south side of the Mazar is the small house of Shahjalal Chillamahala. Space is only two feet wide. It is said – Hazrat Shahjalal spent 23 years of his life in this Chillakhana. Hazrat Shah Poran Majar Shah Paran was an Islamic saint and Sufi of
Lakkatura Tea Garden Lakkatura Tea Garden is situated near Osmani Airport in Chaukidhenki Upazila of Sylhet district. Green Banani is surrounded by the northern side of Sylhet city, the Lakkatura Tea Garden. It is an official tea garden under the National Tea Board. Area of the tea garden is 1290 hectors or 3200 acres. From the Amberkhana point of Sylhet, 1.5km forward towards the airport, you will see Lakshatura Tea Garden signboard. About 500,000 kg of tea is produced annually from one of the largest tea gardens of Bangladesh. There are many tea gardens in Sylhet from their Lakkatura is one of the most beautiful and attractive tea gardens. Here you can see most amazing tea garden of Bangladesh. That’s very nice and wonderful.
Bichanakandi Bichanakandi tourism area is basically a stone quarry where stones are collected from the river. At this place, Khasia mountainous levels came together in one place. A fountain descending from Khasia Mountain has created a lake that connects with the Pyren River. The rocks and stones are absolutely natural and they come down through the water with hilly drift. It is a landscape beauty among gardens and hills. Bishankandi is situated in a village of Rustampur Union located in Goingghat, Sylhet district of Bangladesh. In recent years tourists are seen to be overflowing to see the river here. The stones, water, mountains and the clouds should be spreading the beds. This is where many layers of the Khasi Mountain meet at a single point from both sides. Flowing from above is a high fall.
Chandranath Temple Chandranath Temple located on top of the Chandranath hill is a famous Shakti Peeth located near Sitakunda in Bangladesh where, as per Hindu sacred texts, the right arm of Goddess Sati fell. Chandranath Temple is a pilgrimage site for Hindus. It’s very attractive and amazing places in Chittagong and almost one of the most tourist places in Chittagong. Chandranath hill is very famous for Hindus and actually, the hill is so beautiful of Bangladesh. you can visit here, and you’ll know much more effective information about the hill. And obviously, its become an experience. This is one of the most ancient Temple of Bangladesh. And the Chandranath Hill is so high from sea level. When you reach the Temple, then you see many wonderful things from the Chandranath hill. The Rajmala states that about 800 years ago, Raja Biswambhar Sur, a descendant of the famous Adisur of Gaur, tried to reach Chandranath by sea. The Nigamkalpataru refers to the poet Jayadev living for a time in Chandranath. By the time of Dhanya Manikya, ruler of Tripura, Chandranath received numerous endowments. Dhanya Manikya attempted to remove the idol of Shiva from the temple to his kingdom but failed.
Osmani Museum Osmani Museum is situated in Kotwali Thana of Sylhet, Bangladesh. The ancestors’ home of Bangabir General Muhammad Ataul Gani Osmani, the Commander-in-Chief of Bangladesh Forces (12 April 1971 – 7 April 1972) has been transformed into today’s famous “Osmani Museum”. The entire room has been decorated with showpieces similar to a bedroom. There are four chairs made of cane and two center tables, one simple wardrobe and one wooden bed with two side tables. The favorite wristwatch, which General Osmani wore till the last hours of his life; military stick, two briefcases, a telephone set, number of books and used crockery, are kept on one side. The other side is decorated with an Alana, which contains two suits, two uniforms (khaki and deep green), two shirts (white and light blue), two Panjabi, a brown sleeveless coat, four pairs of shoes including one military boot, a black umbrella, brown color well-decorated walking stick. A roundtable and a wooden bookshelf with many books and magazines from home and abroad including “Who’s Who in the World” (editions: 1978–1979 and 1980–1981) are placed in a corner. A man-size portrait in military attire is placed on the wall along with Osmani on the lap of his beloved father and many other historical photographs are also kept for display. It is situated at the heart (Dhopa Dighir Par) of the Sylhet City Corporation area in renowned Sylhet Division of Bangladesh. It is about 12 km from the Sylhet Osmani International Airport and 3 km from the Sylhet Railway Station.
Meghna Porjoton Centre Although the name is Meghna, there is no relation to the cloud with Meghna Porjoton center. Meghna tourist center located beside the Bandarban-Keranihat road in Bandarban city. That is, the Meghna tourist area is located 5 km from before the entrance to the town of Bandarban. It is surrounded by beautiful high-low mountain lakes. The green trees and the lake’s clean water the tourist attracts took closer to nature every time. There are several amusement facilities in Meghna Porjoton center- Shishupark, Safari Park, Cable Car and Tea Garden. There are also paddle boats in the water, as well as mini zoo on the ground. Here is the green nature, Lake’s transparent water. And on the top of the mountain, you can see the scenic view of Bandarban. Bandarban Tourism Hotel of Bangladesh Tourism Corporation is located next to the Meghna tourism spot. There are green carpets, Meghna tourist center. The entry fee for the Meghna Tourist Complex is Tk 20 and for parking 150-200 taka. How to go there? Firstly, you have to go to Bandarban town from any places in Bangladesh. Many buses directly go to Bandarban city from Dhaka. Such as Hanif transport, Greenline transport, Shyamoli transport, unique transport, SM transport, all of these buses daily directly go to Bandarban city from Dhaka. Rent is around 600-1200 Tk. Then you can go easily go to Meghna Porjoton center from Bandarban bus stand. There are public bus and Zip go to Meghna Porjoton Center. Where you’ll stay? There are many residential hotels/resorts in Bandarban. But, if you want to stay here, can stay easily for the night. There is District administration has a beautiful rest house in the tourist center of Meghna. Here you can be the stay safely. There are four rooms for stay the
Jadipai Waterfall Jadipai Waterfall is located in Ruma Upazila of Bandarban district. On one side there is a huge ‘Keokradong’ mountain and another side has the country’s most beautiful indigenous village ‘Passing Para’. The tallest village in Bangladesh is ‘Passing Para’. This village is situated over the clouds, when there are enough rains in the rainy season, then there is no rain in the area, rain starts from the bottom of ‘Passing para’. From here on, sunrise and sunset are seen simultaneously. Jadipai Para is situated at the bottom of ‘Passing Para’. If you look at Jadipai para above ‘Passing para’ it would seem like a small village where the sleeping green trees. More than 30 minutes from Jadipai Para walk on you will reach Jadipai waterfall. The second highest peak from Keokradong hills of Bangladesh takes two hours to walk to the Jadipai Falls. It is one of the widest waterfalls of Bangladesh. For this reason, this waterfall is one of the most interesting waterfalls in Bangladesh. Water flow in the rainy season increases than the other times of the year. In the rainy season, people from all parts of the country come to see Jadipai Waterfall. There are high hills and greens on around sides. Impossible beauty Jadipai waterfall is one of the most attractive among many waterfalls of Bangladesh. The waterfall is so different from all other fountains of Bangladesh. In the rainy season, having to drink a few tons of water in seconds due to it seems more interesting than another season. Water falling from the head of the hill about 200ft. The real beauty of Jadipai waterfall is during the rainy season.
Dulahazara Safari Park Dulahazara Safari Park is also known as Dulahazara Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Safari Park. Dulahazara Safari Park is located about 48 kilometers north of Cox’s Bazar district headquarters and 10 kilometers south of Chakaria Thana, Dulahazara block of Fasiakhali range of southern forest division of Cox’s Bazar district headquarters. Dulahazara Safari Park was established in Chakoria Upazila of Cox’s Bazar in 1999. Where the animals roam freely. Basically, as the deer breeding center, Dulahazara Safari Park was established by the Bangladesh Forest and Environment Ministry. This Safari Park extends over 900 hectares of area. This Safari park was established for extinct and rare species of wildlife conservation and with the reproduction of people’s entertainment, in order to manage research etc. It is one of the most attractive Safari Parks in Bangladesh. This Safari Park of the built by Solitary high and low elevation of the lofty natural beauty. Safari Park has been also developed by flowing rhyme, lake, diverse traditional natural trees, and the evergreen forest known-unknown trees, fruit-herbal plants, beautiful vine, Plant assemblies and densely cover. The way around the shade, Green trees, Known and unknown wonderful trees, numerous birds and monkeys play, it’s a great feeling to match everything. Standing in the high watchtower on the road, you can see the beauty of the entire park. For at a glance know about Safari Park, there is a display Map on the left side of the main gate. Some people do not agree to say the Safari Park, this Dulahazara Safari Park, Because of the natural infrastructure rather than the modern and artificial infrastructures have been developed more. Although Dulahazara Safari Park was originally established as a deer breeding center, there are also tigers, lion, elephants, bear, cheeks, crocodiles, hippo, Maya deer, snake deer, Chitra deer,
Himchari National Park Himchari National Park is located in Himchari in Cox’s Bazar district of Chittagong division of Bangladesh. Himchari National Park was established in the year 1980. Its area is 1729 hectares (17.29 square kilometers). It is located 12 kilometers away from the city of Cox’s Bazar. The main objective of setting up the Himchari National Park is research and teaching, tourism, entertainment and wildlife conservation. Himchari National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in Bangladesh. It is a delightful natural environment. On one side of Himchari, there is a vast sea beach and on the other side, there are green rows of hills. This Himchari National Park is unique in terms of biodiversity. There are many waterfalls in the park, among which the Himchari waterfall is the most famous. Himchari National Park is a popular tourist center in Cox’s Bazar. It is an evergreen forest. Himchari forest is considered as an elephant habitat. There are about 117 species of plants in the this Park. Of which 58 species of trees, 15 species of shrubs, 4 species of grass, 19 species of leopards and 21 species of herbs. Himchari National Park is an ideal place for lovers of birds. There are 286 species of birds. How to go there? There are more numerous vehicles on the way to Dhaka-Cox’s Bazar. From Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar you can go three ways by road, train and air transport. 01. Roadway: Directly Cox’s Bazar goes to many buses from the capital of Dhaka. Shyamoli Transport, TR transport, Hanif Enterprise, Unique, S Alam Transport, Green Line, Saudia Transport, Desh Travels, Sohag Transport, buses from Dhaka’s main bus stand go directly to Cox’s Bazar. Rent is Non AC 800 to 1000 taka and AC 1400 – 2000 taka. 02. Trainway: Many
Chera Dwip The southernmost point of the map of Bangladesh and the name of this island is Chera Dwip. There is no further land in Bangladesh on the south side. The location of the Chera dip (island), 5 kilometers south of St. Martin island. The size of the Chera dip (island) is 3 kilometers. Chera means detached or separate, and because of this Chera dip (island) detached from the main island terrain the island name is Chera dip. The island (Chera dip) was discovered by the end of 2000. This area is a government-declared “Compromised area of the environment.” In such areas, buying land for private or institutional ownership, even construction of any type of establishment is legally banned. The island (Chera dip) is about 3.6 meters high above the sea level. Researchers found 182 species of biodiversity found here Including 4 species of amphibians, 130 species of birds, 20 species of mammals and about 33,238 years old fossils found on this island. Nearly half of the rough island was submerged in sea water during tide. There is a lot of natural stone on the ruined islands. Natural scenes can be seen on a rugged island. There are also marine waves and row-row coconut trees. The location of the Island (Chera dip) in the middle of the blue water in the sea. Looks from a distance, a forest floating in the sea; when you go near then see the coral stone and waves play on the scattered island. There are many species of marine birds and rusted islands. In winter, lots of guest birds come here on the island. This makes the island’s surroundings and natural beauty multiplied. This island (Chera dip) became much more attractive in moonlight night. Husain Ali’s family lives only one family on the island (Chera
Haja Chora Waterfall Haja Chora Waterfall is located in the Sajek union of Baghaichari Upazila of Rangamati district. It is a natural mountain waterfall. The fountain has become very attractive especially to tourist of Sajek. A wonderful place Haja Chora Waterfall fountain to see hang out among Sajek Valley. This fountain is very popular with the tourists by the 10th street of Baghaichari Upazila. The 15-minute walk from the road can be reached on foot in the fountain. It’s excellent and gorgeous waterfall. Cold water the waterfall and the street surrounded by greenery that has been seen the impossible nature beauty to tourists. It is also known as Shuknachara waterfall. This fountain is quite popular among the tourists. Every day there are numerous tourists visiting the hills, rivers and tremendous fountains. It seems the green canvas painted by the artists of the whole atmosphere of Haja Chora Waterfall. In the midst of many tourists, this fountain is silent. There is water throughout all year here. In winter, its water flow decreases. So this time is not so interesting. During the rainy season, the water level increased of the fountain and the path becomes muddy. So tourists should use good quality griped tracking shoes. But it is a good decision to go here around before the winter and after the rainy season. Just see Green. Trees have around the fountain. Zoom farming in the adjacent hills. The field of zoom crops has been added to the mountains as a different greenhouse. From the city’s racket, you can bring the green atmosphere in your mind to the tranquility of peace. How to go there? If you want to go to Haja Chora Waterfall firstly you will have to go to Khagrachari first. From Dhaka, you can go by Santi transport, Hanif transport,
Sajek Valley Sajek Valley is located in Sajek Union under Baghaichari Upazila of Rangamati district. Sajek Valley is a famous tourist attraction in Bangladesh. It’s located on the border of Mizoram in the north of Rangamati district. Sajek is the biggest union of Bangladesh; its size is 702 square miles. Sajek Valley has been named from the river Sajek. Kanglak Para, the last village of Sajek Union. The luşai hills of India are seen from Kanglak Para. From where the river Karnafuli has emerged. Though Sajek is located in Rangamati district, its travel facility is most convenient to go from Dighinalala of Khagrachari. Sajek was formed Ruiloi para and Kanglak para are composed of two paras. The height of the Ruiloi peak is about 1720 feet from the sea level and Kanglak Hill is about 1800 feet. Recent travel destinations have become the most popular travel destination for people among one of the most popular and attractive has been Sajek Valley. Sajek Valley is one of the finest tourist attractions in Bangladesh. Where you can touch the cloud. Sajek has clouds everywhere; the hills and green are also wonderful. The beauty of Sajek Valley is that you will feel the shadow of peace the peak on the hill surrounded by greenery in the hiding of clouds. Sajek famous for orange cultivation. A lot of parts Rangamati are seen from Sajek Valley. So called the Sajek Valley, Rangamati’s roof. Sajek is a place where you can see nature in 24 hours. Sajek Valley is going to go all year round. Because Sajek Valley always has seen beauty. And there is no such risk in Sajek Valley collapse or road collapse. Sajek BGB camp is located here. Sajek BGB camp is situated at the highest level in Bangladesh. BGB members have a
Boga Lake Boga Lake is the freshwater lake of the highest elevation of Bangladesh. Its height from sea level is about 2,400 feet. Boga Lake is located in Ruma Upazila, about 70 kilometers away from Bandarban city. It was created naturally. The location of this lake is around 15 acres of land on the hill. The depth of this lake is 38 meters (125 feet). This is the whole closed lake. No water can come out of it and no water can enter. Boga Lake is one of the most attractive and tourist places in Bandarban. In the morning, evening or night, the Boga Lake’s beauty is changing. Night of the Boga Lake is very different from the day of Boga Lake. Sometimes clear and sometimes becomes turbid water into the lake. Unimaginable natural beauty is Boga Lake. Especially, if you go to Kyokradang, there must be a stop for taking rest in the Lake. There is an army camp in Boga Lake and there are two lodging places, one of which is run by local villagers, and the other is government-run. Vam community living in the neighborhood of Boga Lake provides cooking for tourists. There are a school and a church. Note that, for safety, tourists have to report in Ruma and Boga Lake army’s camps. Walking on foot without local guides should not go from Ruma to any other tourist center. It is very difficult to go to the Boga Lake in the rainy season. So it is better to choose winter season go to Boga lake for travel. How to go there? First, you have to go to Bandarban town from any places in Bangladesh. Many buses directly go to Bandarban from Dhaka. Then you have to go to Chand’s car from Bandarban to Ruma. You have
The Palace Luxury Resort & Spa The Palace Luxury Resort and Spa is located in Bahubal Upazila of Habiganj district. This is one of the five-star resorts in Bangladesh. This luxury resort has the total area of 150 acres. Everything is incredibly beautifully arranged. It’s so amazing resort in Bangladesh. The Palace Luxury Resort Greenery will be added to the mind. Eyes will get stuck in its wonderful architecture. It’s Modern architecture. There are 30 thousand trees around the Palace Luxury Resort. The resort is surrounded by tea gardens, pineapple gardens, rubber gardens and lemon gardens. The entire landscape is seen from the tower room. On the one hand, you will be seen the deep forest, on the other hand, the eye-catching tea gardens. Here are two hanging bridges. There are also billiards, football, basketball, 2 tennis courts, and badminton courts, facilities for the cricket net practice, two gymnasiums, and remote control car racing arrangements. Two swimming pools (one is male and one female). There are many facilities in the amazing resort. Arrive in style at the resort using one of our two helipads to be greeted by a platoon of staff ready to welcome you with royal treatment because you deserve nothing less. Your friendly buggy drivers are always available at any part of the resort to whisk you away to your next destination. Just give a call to the reception and your ride will be at your service in no time. With an architectural design to marvel at this fully air-conditioned mosque provides the ideal setting for your spiritual fulfillment. The resort has separate specially built quarters to provide accommodation and food for your chauffeurs that accompany you on your trip. Hire your very own microbus to take a tour of the scenic surrounding areas in Sylhet, Jaflong,
Jaflong Jaflong is a hill station and popular tourist destination in the Division of Sylhet, Bangladesh. It’s one of the most beautiful and attractive tourist places in Sylhet. Jaflong, 60 kilometers northeast of Sylhet city, is located on the foothills of the Khasia-Jaintia hill along India’s Meghalaya border, and here it is known as one of the tourist attractions of Bangladesh, because of the beautiful combination of hill and river. Jaflong is famous for its stone collections and is home of the Khasi tribe. Jaflong is one of the most attractive tourist spots in Sylhet division. It is about 60 km from Sylhet town and takes the two-hour drive to reach there. Jaflong is also a scenic spot nearby amidst tea gardens and rare beauty of rolling stones from hills. It is situated beside the river Mari in the lap of Hill Khashia. A wonderful beauty of nature Jaflong, Khasia Jaintia hill on the other side, a river on the east. The fountain is climbing on the hillside and the pebbles of various colored stones on the roof of the river. This is not the end here, Looking away from the distance, it looks like the sky is standing in the sky, and the hill is standing. The clouds are moving like soft cotton on the hill. So you should never miss seeing this most beautiful and attractive tourist place. How to go here? There are two types of the way to going to Sylhet. One is the bus, the other way is the train. Bus: The bus leaves the bus for the purpose of going to Sylhet from Gabtoli, Sayedabad, and Mohakhali in Dhaka. From 6:00 am to 12:30 pm, the buses left for the sake of Sylhet. In Sylhet, buses, microbuses, CNG autorickshaws or Laguna can be
Sreemangal Tea Garden For tea garden, the famous Sreemangal Upazila is situated in Moulvibazar district. Sreemangal is situated 20 kilometers south of Moulvibazar district headquarters in the north-east Sylhet division of the country. And Sreemangal Upazila has located 190 kilometers away from Dhaka. Sreemangal has the highest rainfall and winter due to the hills and thick forests. As a result of this, there are 38 tea gardens in Sreemangal. There are also many pineapples and lemon cultivated here. The only tea research center in Bangladesh is located in Sreemangal. The second tea auction center of Bangladesh was launched in Sreemangal. Sreemangal is the coldest place in Bangladesh. Sreemangal is famous for tea-garden, almost everyone knows about it. But the beauty of Sreemangal for tea garden, how much, who knows? Due to Green nature’s beauty, Sreemangal has the Separate identity. Not only in the local tourist in Bangladesh, there are coming also foreign tourists. Because this is the best attractive tourist place in Sylhet division and popular tourist place in Bangladesh. Every year there are going many tourists for visiting. As a result, Sreemangal’s tourist center has become one most tourist place in Bangladesh. There is getting the most Generate tea in the country. The capital of tea is called of Sreemangal. Sreemangal is the oldest tea research center in the subcontinent, after Assam, India. There are so many tourists who come to see. The leaf and the bustling this Sreemangal is surrounded by hills and tea gardens and is always an ideal place for travelers. The charming beauty of many tea gardens here attracts tourists. The world’s largest tea gardens are situated in Sreemangal. This natural beauty of the Sreemangal of the tea capital and animals wandering makes fascinated easily to your mind. When you go to the miles and
Lawachara National Park Lawachara National Park is located in Kamalganj Upazila of Moulvibazar district. It is distance 9.4 kilometers from Srimangal. The natural beauty of Lawachara National Park is very attractive. Lawachara National Park is a significant sample of the remaining evergreen forests in Bangladesh. This is a reserved forest in Bangladesh. It is one of the seven wildlife sanctuaries and 10 national parks in Bangladesh. After the Sundarbans, the more popular Lawachara National Park to the tourists. This is one of the most beautiful and attractive of all the forests in the country. This forest of 1250 hectares is full of biodiversity. The government of Bangladesh declared this forest as ‘National Park’ in 1997. This forest is so dense that there is no sunlight on the ground. Among the famous forests of Bangladesh, Lawachara Forest is one of the most important and amazing. From the point of view, the location of the forest of Lawachara more popular after the Sundarbans. This forest is many interesting. The terrestrial landscape of the Lawachara National Park consists of hill soils. The forest extends across the lower-elevation. The forest has seen many areas of sand and lots of stones on the soil. From the direction of biodiversity Lawachara National Park is one of the richest forests of Bangladesh. Although it is small in size, this forest is a rare collection of many plants and animals. There are 460 species of rare plants and animals in the National Park of Lawachara. Of these 167 species of plants, 4 species of amphibians, 6 species of reptiles, 246 species of birds, and 20 species of mammals are found. There are 167 species of plants in Lawachara forest. Nature travel arrangements have been made in the Lawachara National Park. Nature can be visited in the forest give
Zainul Abedin Museum Zainul Abedin Museum is located in Mymensingh District of Bangladesh. It is a collection of museums organized by Bangladesh National Museum. Where famous painter of Bangladesh Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin, notable paintings is preserved. It is situated on the bank of the Brahmaputra River at the house of Saheb Quarter Nalini Ranjan Sarkar. This museum was established in 1975 by providing shelter to a double building on the bank of the ancient Brahmaputra River, which is located on the north side of Mymensingh city. On April 15, 1975, the then Vice-President of the Government of Bangladesh Syed Nazrul Islam, the museum was inaugurated. The first collection of 70 paintings was found in this archive, mostly oil paintings. The most notable pictures include are- While traveling to different countries, pictures of Shilpacharya, Multiplication, father and son waiting for crossing the river and famine. From here, 17 very interesting images were stolen in 1982. Of these 10 images were recovered in 1994. Currently, there are 63 paintings in total. There are also used artworks and some of its paintings. Fixed images are got the decoration two-storied on the porch of the building. From 1975 to 1999, the Deputy Commissioner of Mymensingh was in charge of the management. In 1999, it was declared as a branch of the National Museum of Bangladesh. Since then, it has been managed under the National Museum. Here the chief officer is a sub-key official. There are a total of 18 officers working here. From 9 am to 4:30 pm, from Saturday to Wednesday, and Friday 2:30 to 7:30 remains open. Thursday is closed. How to go there? For the purpose of Mymensingh leaving a lot of buses from Mohakhali in Dhaka. The rental of the bus will be between 150-300 taka. It takes three hours
Murapara Rajbari Murapara Rajbari is located in Rupganj Upazila of Narayanganj district. It is located at Narsingdi road 25 km away from Dhaka. Murapara Rajbari is one of the archaeological sites of Bangladesh and the hundred-year-old zamindar house. About half a century, the Zamindar Bari of Rupganj has become a witness. At different times the Zamidar house, some Zamindar Bari was reformed and expanded. It is located in Murpara village in the Rupganj Upazila. The locals’ peoples call it a monastery Ghar. Murapara Rajbari is situated on 62 bighas of land. Every month thousands of people are coming here. This Zamidar Bari was built by Babu Ramratan Banerjee who established Murpara Zamindar Bari in the region. There are 95 rooms in the Zamindar Bari, there are 2 ponds adjoining, a large pond in front of the house; the second pond of the relatively small in the rear. In addition, there are many casinos, stables, temples, sheds and kachauri houses in the entire zamindar house. The top of the temple is about 30 feet high. There is a large gate at the main entrance to the main palace. There is a mango garden beside the Rajbari. There are also two old monasteries next to the main road. So we should don’t miss to seeing this tourist place. How to go there? Sayedabad, Gulistan or Jatrabari from the Dhaka’s main bus stand firstly go to Ruposhi bus stand or Volota by the Meghla transport, Glory transport and Asian transport. Then you can easily go to Zamidar Bari by the rickshaw. Or via the CNG can go to Zamidar Bari from Ruposhi bus stand. Where you’ll stay? There are many hotels in Narayanganj District. If you want to stay here at night, you can safely stay here. Since everything can be seen in
Nandan Park Nandan park was inaugurated on 3rd October -2003. Nandan Park is now the country’s largest and only family Amusement Park, which is attracting a huge crowd every day. Nandan Park, an entertainment center located in Savar Upazila, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is the largest recreational park in Bangladesh. It’s position in the village of Nahinagar in the village of Bhaipara near the Chandra highway. This 135-bigha magnificent park is designed with the help of Niko Park of India about technology and design from the UK. This park is specially designed for a wholesome family day out amusement and the rides have been carefully chosen so that everybody in the family can take the ride without being scared. Nandan Water Park – “Water World” was inaugurated on May-2004. The water Park consists of 08 rides and attractions: Wave Pool, Wave Runner, Ladies & Gents Curve Slides, Kids Pool, Multi Play Zone, Rain Dance, and Waterfall & Mist. At present, the park has 28 major attractions. The park is spread over 100 Bighas of land and there are plenty of greenery to spend the time in an Eco-friendly and refreshing ambiance. Open from 11 am to 8 pm on Saturdays and Thursdays. It is open only from 10 am to 8 pm on Friday. http://www.nandanpark.com/
Prantik Lake The Prantik Lake located in the village of Haludia near the Keranihat-Bandarban road of Bandarban district. The location of the Prantik Lake 14 kilometers away from the district headquarters. Bandarban’s beautiful natural lake is the name of the Prantik Lake. The artificial water in the area of about 25 acres but the whole complex is much larger than 25 acres of wetlands of “Prantik Lake”. The total area of the lake is 68 acres, only 25 acres of wetland area. The naturally created and developed prantik lakes will attract the attention of any tourist. In 2013, the government has been declared as a tourist reserve area. Located on one side of the district, this lake is named after the marginal lake. Surrounded by mountain forests, this lake is full of various species of trees. Prolific scenes have become very popular with movie makers. In the forests of the naturally-born lake, there are several species of monkeys, including monkeys and birds. The cold shade of the trees and the clean air will make you forget all your tiredness. How to go there? Chittagong will come from anywhere in the country. From Chittagong, public buses, microbuses, and CNG will come to Bandarban and get to the place called Haludia on the Bandarban-Keranihat Road. From there you have to go to the auto-rickshaw. Rent 100 takas. Or go to prantik lake by the Chand’s car, jeep, own microbus or public bus. Where you’ll be stay? If you want to spend the night, you will have to return to Bandarban. There is no arrangement for the night. There are many hotels/resorts in Bandarban.
Nilachal Nilachal is one of the tourist attractions of Bandarban district of Bangladesh. The most beautiful tourist center of Bandarban is probably Nilachal. Also, there are another amazing tourist places, this is Nilgiri. Nilachal Tourist Complex is located in the hill station of Tigerpara, about six kilometers away from Bandarban city. Nilachalal tourism center is managed under the overall supervision of Bandarban Hill District Council. The monsoon is about 16 ft. above sea level, rain in this place, autumn Hemant – clouds can be touched in three seasons. Nilachal is one of the tourist attractions of Bandarban district of Bangladesh. The most beautiful tourist center of Bandarban is probably Nilachal. Nilachal Tourist Complex is located in the hill station of Tigerpara, about six kilometers away from Bandarban city. Nilachalal tourism center is managed under the overall supervision of Bandarban Hill District Council. The monsoon is about 16 ft. above sea level, rain in this place, autumn Hemant – clouds can be touched in three seasons. The entire Bandarban city is seen from Nilachal. Tourists can enjoy the wonderful view of the Cox’s Bazar coastline in the cloudless sky. The extra attraction in blueberries is the blue color resort here. Name Navigation Skeptic Resort. For the general tourists, the sunset is allowed at this place. There are various types of arrangements for tourists on the hills. In the morning the playground of the clouds and the sunlight on both of these occasions, Nilachal embodies its full form. There is an interesting holiday destination for tourists named Valentine’s Point. The tourists are attracted to the mountainous roads. There are children’s play arrangement and sitting room in the complex. Many people in the Nilachal Hill area are called the heaven. How to go there? Firstly, you have to go to Bandarban town from any
Jamuna Future Park Jamuna Future Park is a shopping mall in Dhaka. It’s the largest shopping mall in Bangladesh. This is a multi-storied shopping center located in Baridhara of Dhaka. It is known as the 11th of the world and the largest shopping mall in South Asia. It has an area of 1,614,586 square feet (150,000 m2). The Jamuna Future Park is located along the side of Dhaka city’s elite places such as Baridhara, Pragati Sarani, and Gulshan. Jamuna Builds Ltd. started the construction of this project in 2002 and opened it on 6 September 2013 for the general public. There are many things in the shopping mall. Outdoor rides are the first to be seen to go to the Jamuna Future Park. Here are six exciting rides booming in the world. The centrally air-conditioned shopping complex has seven floors, equipped with its own 45 MW power plant and Wi-Fi internet. This shopping complex has all kinds of shopping and entertainment facilities. ‘Blockbuster Cinemas’ has been composed of seven cinema halls of the latest technology. There are seven types of attractive interior designs for seven cinema halls, organized in such a way that all the arrangements and designs are arranged in such a way that only people from the country and abroad for meeting entertainment and expectations. How to go here? It is easy to go from Kuril Flyover to Jamuna Future Park. However, Anywhere in Dhaka city can easily to go to Gulshan. Baridhara is located beside Gulshan and there is Jamuna Future Park on the side of the road. It’s easy to arrive from Shahjalal International Airport. It is located very close to the Kuril flyover. Jamuna Future Park Week is closed on Sunday. (NB) This schedule is changeable.
Hussaini Dalan The Hussaini Dalan was originally built during the latter half of the Mughal rule (17th century) in Dhaka. It’s another attractive tourist place in Dhaka. It was built as the Imambara or house of the Imam (religious leader) of the Shia community. Hussaini Dalan serves as the main Hussainiya of Dhaka, or venue for majlis or gatherings held during the month of Muharram, tenth-day religious gathering commemorates the martyrdom of Hussain, the grandson of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. It is open from 7.00am to 10.00pm daily. How to go there? Hossaini Dalan is situated in Nimtali of old Dhaka and Hossaini Dalan Road in Chakharpol area. From anywhere in Dhaka city can easily go to Old Dhaka via the public buses or CNG.
Rose Garden Palace Rose Garden Palace a traditional building of KM Das Lane in Tikatuli, Old Dhaka. Rose Garden Palace is so beautiful place for traveling. In 1931, a wealthy businessman named Rishikesh Das built a villa on 22 bighas of land in Rishikesh Road, Old Dhaka. Many important political meetings were held in this Rose house. In 1949, the primary discussion meeting for the formation of East Pakistan Awami Muslim League (later Bangladesh Awami League) was held at this house. The garden is named after Rose Garden because of its abundant rose tree. For this garden, he brought roses with soil from the countries of China, India, Japan and Europe. The garden was also decorated with lovely fountains, stone statues, etc. There are five rooms and a large house on the second floor of the main building. There are eight rooms on the ground floor. The historic Rose Garden is currently being used as a play and telefilm shooting spot. It’s almost shooting the week here. Here is a picture of the picture that is pictured in the Rose Garden Palace on Haran Day. In 1989 the Department of Archeology preserved the palace reserve. This is building actually an attractive. This is historical places in Dhaka and also tourist places of Bangladesh. Here you can find many good things and also make photography. How to go here? It’s very easy to go here by Rickshaw or CNG from Sadarghat, Gulistan, Motijheel or Sayedabad in Dhaka. Every day from 9 am to 6 pm Rose Garden is open to visitors. There is no weekly closure of Rose Garden.
Dhakeshwari Temple Dhakeshwari Temple is a national temple located in Dhaka city of Bangladesh. The oldest and most important temple in Dhaka is the Dhakeswari temple. It is said that it has been named “Goddess of Dhaka”, ie, the protector of the city of Dhaka. The temple is located in a small ambient wall on the northern side of Dhakeswari Road, approximately 1.6 kilometers south-west of Salimullah Hall. There is a lion gate to enter the temple premises. The lion is called Nahabatkhana Arcane. There are many stories about the history of the Dhakeswari temple. It is assumed that the King of the Senas, Vallal Sen founded it in the 12th century. However, many historians believe that the architecture of the time does not match its architecture. Various changes have been made at different times in the structure and deployment of this temple. Once spoken, Raja Bijoy Sen’s Queen went to the bath in Langalband. On his way back to the bath, he had a son, who was known as Balal Sen in history. After the ascendancy of Vallal Sen, this temple was built to keep its birthplace memorable. How to go here? After going to Shahbagh from anywhere in Dhaka by bus or CNG, the rickshaw could be taken to a temple of aesthetic located on the south-western corner of Salimullah Hall of Dhaka University. The rickshaw will be taken Tk 20-30 from Shahbagh. Weekly prayer day Friday – Mother worship of Puja, Time: 10.00 am. Saturday – Saturday worship, time: 6:00 pm. Sunday – Kirtan Hari Service, Time: 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm. Monday – Shiva worship, other, time: from 7.00am to 9.00pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – Durga maat worship, time: 7.00am to 9.00pm In addition to daily and weekly prayer, worship is worshiped every day and
Star Mosque The star mosque is not a sign of the Mughal or the Sultanate stamp, but the visitors have taken a lot of attention. It is also among the more aesthetic mosques of Dhaka. They are situated on the Abul Khayrat road in Armanitola, Old Dhaka. This mosque, built on a blue marble star on the white marble dome, was built in the early eighteen rituals. It was not built on the date of the construction of the mosque. Taraya starred in the mosque was not starred at first. The way I see it, it was not even there. Even when the mosque was built, its name was not known as a star mosque. It is known that in the eighteenth century, in the ‘Mahalla Alley Abu Sayid’ in Dhaka (later Jar was named Armanitola), Zamindar Mirza Golam Pir (Mirza Ahmad Jan) was the grandson of Dhaka’s wealthy person, Mir Abu Saeed. Mirza Golam Pir (Mirza Ahmad Jan) built this mosque. It was initially known as Mirza Saheb’s Mosque. It was also known as Sitara mosque. Mirza Golam Pir died in 1860. Later, in 1926, Ali Jan Bepari, the local businessman of Dhaka, reformed the mosque. He added a verandah on the east side of the mosque. At that time, Tarar Motiep decorated with colorful tiles of Japan. From the dome to the walls of the mosque, the mosque was later known as the mosque due to the overwhelming design of the decoration. The mosque has its impact on the mosque. This type of feature was noticed in the Masjid of Dhaka. It is interesting to note that in the seventeenth century the architecture of Delhi, Agra and Lahore, the principality of Mughal architecture styled. At the time of Mirza Ghulam, the mosque was three domed, 33 feet (10.06
Baitul Mukarram Mosque When you travel to all beautiful places in Bangladesh, I think you should visit the Baitul Mukarram Mosque. Because It’s also most beautiful and respectful place in Bangladesh. Baitul Mukarram Mosque is the National Mosque of Bangladesh. Baitul Mukarram also spelled as Baytul Mukarrom. It’s Located at the center of Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh. It took eight years to complete the construction of the mosque. Its construction began on 27 January 1960 and was completed in 1968. The mosque has a capacity of 30,000, giving it the respectable position of being the 10th biggest mosque in the world. However, the mosque is constantly getting overcrowded. “A lot of people visit the musjid throughout the month of Ramadan. Within the 2 Eid days, the masjid becomes overcrowded.” This especially occurs during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, which has resulted in the Bangladeshi government having to add extensions to the mosque, thus increasing the capacity to at least 40,000. It is one of the most beautiful mosques in the Bangladesh. Baitul Mukarram’s large cube shape was modeled to that of the Ka’abah at Mecca making it a noticeable structure is unlike any other mosque in Bangladesh. The structure has a unique architectural design. It is a symbol of Islamic architecture in Bangladesh. How to go there? Baitul Mukarram Mosque is situated in Gulistan of Dhaka city. The mosque is about 18 kilometers away from the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. It may take around 1:20 Minutes with any traffic for arriving this mosque. There are many Buses, CNG etc. for transportation. From anywhere in Dhaka city can go to Gulistan easily via the public buses or CNG.
Nilgiri Nilgiri Tourism Center is one of most the popular tourist centers of Bandarban district. It is the most beautiful and attractive among all the tourist places in Bangladesh. It is located at Thanchi Thana of Nilgiri Paharchuray in Bandarban district. From Bandarban district headquarters to Nilgiri tourist center is distance 50 kilometers. This Tourism Center is always a major tourist attraction because it is located at 2200 feet above sea level and this is the special attraction of this tourist center. If you want to touch clouds then go to Nilgiri. Because only this place will fulfill your wish. If you go to this place, the clouds will catch in your hands. From the beginning of the 21st century, it gradually started to gain a reputation as a tourism center for people across the country. This entire tourism center was established by the Bangladesh Army and they are managed by it. So, do not worry about security. Army members will extend their cooperation to your any need time. This place is a unique gift of nature. Due to Nilgiri Bandarban is called Darjeeling of Bangladesh. Enjoy the beauty of this place all year. But, there is much more joy in the winter and rainy season. From the peak of Nilgiris, the country’s second highest hill, Kokrudong, natural wonders Boga Lake, the sea of Cox’s Bazar, and eye-sighted hills are also found. There are several Metro tribe villages near Nilgiri. Seeing their colored culture and living here can be a unique experience for you. The different time can be seen in this place different kinds. It’s always wonderful to have an afternoon and night in the morning. But, the dawn is the most interesting time of the day. The euphemisms of greenery and loneliness are the attraction of the spots.
Jahangirnagar University Jahangirnagar University is a public university in Bangladesh, based in Savar Upazila, Dhaka. It is the only fully residential university in Bangladesh. The university was established in 1970 by the Jahangirnagar Muslim University Ordinance of the government of Pakistan. Its first vice-chancellor, Mafiz Uddin Ahmad (Ph.D. in chemistry, University of Illinois, Chicago) took up office on 24 September 1970. The first group of students, a total of 150, was enrolled in four departments: Economics, Geography, Mathematics, and Statistics. Its formal inauguration was delayed until 12 January 1971, when the university was launched by Rear Admiral S. M. Ahsan, the chancellor. It operated as a project until 1973, when the ‘Jahangirnagar Muslim University Act’ was amended as the ‘Jahangirnagar University Act’. In 2014, the university had 16,781 students, 755 teachers, and 1,430 other employees. On 2 March 2014, Farzana Islam, a professor of the Anthropology Department, was appointed the vice-chancellor of JU, marking the country’s first woman to hold the position. How to go there? Jahangirnagar University is located in Savar Upazila the Capital of Dhaka. Distance about 35 km north-west of the capital, Dhaka. From Dhaka to Savar, now it is very easy to go in short time. Two types of transport, one is the bus and the other is CNG. You can go from Motijheel and Gulistan to Framgate, Asadgate, Shyamoli, Gabtoli, and Hemayetpur to Savar. From anywhere in Dhaka can easily go to Savar via the CNG.
02_Jahangirnagar_University Jahangirnagar University Jahangirnagar University is a public university in
Dhaka University On the first day of July 1921, the Dhaka University opened its doors to students with Sir P.J. Hartog as the first Vice-Chancellor of the University. The University of Dhaka was set up in a picturesque part of the city known as Ramna on 600 acres of land. The University of Dhaka (also known as Dhaka University or simply DU), is the oldest university in modern Bangladesh. The university is ranked number one on the Bangladesh University ranking 2017. After the Partition of India, it became the focal point of progressive and democratic movements in Pakistan. Its students and teachers played a central role in the rise of Bengali nationalism and the independence of Bangladesh. Dhaka University is one of the most beautiful and attractive in Bangladesh’s all universities. There are Tsc, Curzon Hall, Shahid Minar and Suhrawardy Udyan besides area of the Dhaka University. Every day, there are coming a lot of peoples for visiting these. How to go there? Dhaka University is located in Shabagh the central of Dhaka city. From anywhere in Dhaka city can easily go to Shabagh via the public buses or CNG.
Hatirjeel Excellent beauty of Dhaka One place named Hatirjheel. Dhaka’s newly opened Hatirjheel flyover, the evening for the Dhaka residents, the tour center. A lot of people came here to find peace here. The light of the color is impossible in a very beautiful environment, but it is available from the mechanics of Hatirjheel. Hatirjheel is an area of Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka which has been built for public transport. The project area is exposed and opened to the public on January 2, 2013. As a result of this project, passengers of Tejgaon, Gulshan, Badda, Rampura, Mouchak, and Magbazar areas of Dhaka are getting special privileges. Bangladesh Army’s Special Works Organization (SWO) is implementing and supervising the Hatirjheel project. One of the main objectives of this project is to improve rainwater waterlogging, and flood prevention, to improve the dirt water drainage system, reduce traffic congestion and strengthen the capital. It is now a popular recreational spot for residents of Dhaka and is currently undergoing renovation. Hatirjheel has turned into one of the most favorite recreational places in Dhaka for the city dwellers. Numerous tourists and pedestrians visit the site every evening to enjoy the reflection of light and the fresh air. In the afternoon people, especially couples, visit Hatirjheel for recreational purposes. Since congested buildings permeate most of Dhaka, leaving few open places for people to feel the fresh air, Hatirjheel attracts the city dwellers with its fresh air. How to go there? From anywhere in Dhaka can easily go to Hatirjeel via the buses or CNG. Hatirjeel is situated in the center of Dhaka city. There is a bus service to visit Hatirjheel.
Armenian church Dhaka The Armenian Church is an ancient Christian religious place of Old Dhaka. The Armenian Church (also known as Armenian Apostolic Church of the Holy Resurrection) is a historically significant architectural monument situated in the Armanitola area of old Dhaka, Bangladesh. “The church bears testimony to the existence of a major Armenian community within the region in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.” It was established in 1781 AD. It is located in Armanitola, old Dhaka. In the 18th and nineteenth century, many Armenians came to Dhaka for business and trade. Before the churches were built, there was a cemetery of Armenians at that place. Aga Minas Ketchik donated the land for this church. In 1880, the church was stopped for financial restraint. In the earthquake of 1897, the church clock collapsed. Armenians’ cemetery is located in the courtyard of the church. How to go there? The Armenian Church is situated in old Dhaka. From anywhere in Dhaka city can easily go to old Dhaka via the buses or CNG.
Ramna Park is a park situated in Ramna area of Dhaka city. It is a large park and most beautiful area situated in the heart of Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. Every year there is the festival of Pahela Baishakh. This park is one of the most beautiful areas in Dhaka city with lots of trees and a lake near its center. This park was established in 1610 in the Mughal period. At that time, the Ramna range was a huge area. The Mughals have named Ramna. From the old High Court building to the current road building, Mughals constructed gardens. But later in the company’s time, the area became a jungle. It was developed in the 19th century with the help of British rulers and Nawab of Dhaka. The construction of the city’s city plan was started in 1908 and was one of the key guests of the Qi Gardens in London. El Proudlock’s caretaker Development of Chir Ramna Park in the City Plan of the City Plan It took 20 years to finish the job. Ramna Park now protects an area of 68.50 acres (277,200 m2), of which the lake covers 8.76 acres (35,500 m2). Ramna Park now grows 71 species of flowering trees shrubs, perennials, and annuals, 36 species fruit-bearing plant, 33 species medicinal plant and 41 species of forestry and 11 other species. Walkways inside the park have been widened and five new gates built for entry from different sides. The Park features many beautiful and modern venues for relaxation. Presently every year in the Ramna Park, the festival is celebrated every year on the first day of Baishakh. The ritual ceremony is now very popular in Ramna Batmul’s Chayant. How to go there? Ramna Park is situated in the center of Dhaka City. There
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Novo Theatre Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Novo Theatre is a planetarium on Bijoy Sharani Avenue of Tejgaon area in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Novo Theatre opened to the public on 25 September 2004. It was previously named Bhashani Novo Theatre. It was made autonomous by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novo Theatre Bill 2010. The space center was commissioned by the Ministry of Science and Communication Technology of the Government of Bangladesh. There are many things for seeing in Sheikh Mujib Novo Theatre. Here you can find good things about Science If you become a student then you should visit this. As a result of the visit here, you can easily grow your knowledge and ability to know more effective data about Science. How to go there? Sheik Mujib Novo Theatre is located in Central of Dhaka and beside the National Parliament House. If you want to go here from anywhere in Dhaka, you can easily go to Sheik Mujib Novo Theatre via the buses or CNG.
Parki Sea Beach Parki Sea Beach is located 13 kilometers south of Anwara Police station, 25 kilometers south of Chittagong city. From the naval academy of Chittagong or the airport area, the crossing of the Karnafuli River crosses the park. The Sea Beach is the 2nd largest beach in Bangladesh. It’s also amazing and attractive. Here you will find many things. “Parki sea beach” distance from Chittagong city is about 25 km. It will take 1 hour to go. It is basically located in the mouth of the Karnaphuli River. That is the Patenga beach and on the east-south coast of West Coast on the west bank of the Karnafuli River. Every month there are more people coming here to see the parki sea beach. Here you will find fresh air and for 2 days you can relax here. There is a different view on the way to the beach. Drawing on the small hills along the drawings can be seen. On the way to the beach, on the other side of the narrow road, row rows, green fields, and fish gases are seen. On the way to Parakhi Beech, the new hanging bridge is seen on the riverbed of the river Karnafuli.
Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Chunarughat Upazila of Habiganj district. It is very near the Sreemangal Upazila of Moulvibazar district and adjacent to the Tripura border of India. Its distance from the capital Dhaka to about 130 kilometers. And it’s located 31 kilometers away from Habiganj. Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected forest in Bangladesh and Wildlife Sanctuary. Rema-Kalenga is the largest natural hill forest in Bangladesh. It is a dry and evergreen forest. And after the Sundarbans, Bangladesh’s largest natural forestland is Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary. It is also the country’s second-largest wildlife sanctuary and the country’s most affluent forests, with its biosphere and vegetation. Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1982 and later it was further expanded in 1996. Currently (2009) the size of this sanctuary is 1795.54 hectares. Since the vast area is the natural forest, there are 11 units and 7 camps to see everything in the forest. That’s why you can easily visit in the forest. And with the forest, there are India’s borders. So, if you do not knowing these trail, it is not better to go to the jungle itself. Take the guide with you. Some of the natural forest areas of Bangladesh still remain in good standing; Rema-Kalenga is one of them. It’s so attractive and beautiful forest and also the most popular tourist place in Bangladesh. There are many trees, birds, and animals in this forest. And also there is more tea garden beside the forest. Rema tea garden on the south-west side, Hughli tea garden in the east and on the northwest, Parakul tea garden. Four bits of forest ranges of Kalenga (Kalenga, Rema, Chanbari and Rashidpur) among the Rima, Kalenga and Chanbari, the vast jungle consist of Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary. Here are several hills. The highest height
Satchari National Park Satchari National Park is a natural park of Bangladesh. Satchari National Park is situated at the Raghunandan hills of Chunarughat Upazila under Habiganj district of Sylhet division. There are many tea gardens, lots of plants and enough animals around the National Park. This made a lot of interesting the National park. This is one of the most attractive tourist places in Habiganj. Around the darkness of the light forest, where the two eyes are visible only see green and green. It’s the amazing park. It’s situated the distance of 130 kilometers by road from the capital of Dhaka And about 60 km south-west of the Sreemangal city. The ancient history of the forest is, once, the cultivation of zoom, as a result, the forest of the Raghunandan hills end. Later in 1900, many trees were planted for wood production. In 1914 as a forest reserve, this hill area is named after record a book. According to the Wildlife Conservation / Correction Act of 1974, in 2005 the “Satchari National Park” was established. Its area is approximately 243 hectares or six hundred acres. There are seven mountain rhymes in this park, from its was after named Satchari National park. The previous name of the Satchari National Park was “Raghunandan Hill Reserve Forest”. Satchari National Park is one of the national parks in Bangladesh. It’s so beautiful and attractive places. This National park is the extraordinary natural beauty among all tourist places in Bangladesh. The lots of plants and animals in this park are much higher than other national parks. Which the park was made more nature green. The National Park is surrounded by a few tea gardens, villages, towns and cultivated land. There are 9 tea gardens nearby the Satchari National park. Satchari tea garden on the west
Tajhat Rajbari Tajhat Rajbari is located in the village of Tajhat, near Rangpur city of Bangladesh. The Rajbari is located 3 kilometers south-east of Rangpur city. It is a historic palace that is now used as a museum. Tajhat Rajbari is one of the most attractive tourist places in Rangpur. And it’s an interesting place for tourists in Bangladesh. The palace built Maharaja Kumar Gopal Lal Roy at the beginning of the twentieth century. It took approximately 10 years. Maharaja Gopal Roy was a Hindu and profession was a goldsmith. It is said that, due to its enchanting ‘Taj’ or crown, this area has been called Tajhat. The palace was used from 1984-1991 as the Rangpur High Court, a branch of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. The palace is about 210 feet wide and four floors high. There are 31 stairs in total each of the Italian genres is made of marble stones. From the stairs to the museum the floor is all made of the same stone. There is a ban on taking photos inside the museum. For SAARC foreign visitors, the ticket price is 100 taka. There are ticket counters near the museum gate; the ticket price is 20 taka per person. But for a child under the age of five, there is no need for a ticket. However, the admission rate for the students of the second level has been fixed at Taka 5 and for other foreign visitors; the ticket price is two hundred taka. The Museum is open from 10 am to 6 pm in the summer season. The middle is closed from 1 pm to 1.30pm for half an hour. And it is open from 9 am to 5 pm in the winter. In winter, it is closed from 1 pm to 1.30pm. Friday
Tanguar Haor Tanguar Haor is natural environment is more beautiful than any other wetland in Bangladesh. Tanguar Haor is one of the largest Waterfronts in Bangladesh. It is located in Tangua Haor, Dharmapasha and Taharpur Upazilas of Sunamganj district of Bangladesh. The Haor is the second largest sweet water wetland in Bangladesh, covering an area of around 100 square kilometers. It is the second Ramsagar of Bangladesh, the first is the Sundarbans. There are thousands of rhymes and several fountains of Tanguar Haor water sources in the vast and wide mountains of Meghalaya. Khasiya of Meghalaya in India, a huge habitat of Tanguar’s Haor fishes, birds, and other aquatic animals, festively decorated with rows in the foothills of the Jaintia hills, is beautifully decorated with birds. More than 30 fountains from the Meghalaya hills have come in this Haor. The area of Tanguar Haor with 51 bills and 88 villages has increased in the rainy season and decreased in the country. Tanguar Haor is rich in the natural environment. A Haor is not the only place to preserve and retain a waterfall or fish. This is a Mother Fishery. In addition to Haor, the natural scenery of Meghalaya is one of the most beautiful and beautiful scenes. Due to the effective and sustainable measures taken by the district administration, this Haor is presently covered with large 141 species of 208 species of birds, 1 species of amphibians, 34 species of reptiles, 6 species of turtles, 7 species of lizards and 21 species of snakes. In the winter season, all records of the past were broken and Tanguar Haor was flowing into the wider bird’s place. The two largest bird sanctuaries of the Tanguar’s Haor are the Leucreamara and the swamp Beriberi. Sundar Bill Elephant Gota in the middle of Tanguar
Ratargul Swamp Forest Ratargul Swamp Forest is so amazing that you can’t believe it if you don’t see with your own eyes. Ratargul Swamp is commonly known as the Amazon of Bangla and Sundarbans of Sylhet. You need to know all information about Ratargul Swamp Forest before visiting. Ratargul Swamp Forest is the only a freshwater swamp forest in Bangladesh. Ratargul Swamp Forest is one of most beautiful an evergreen forests in Bangladesh. It is at the center of attraction among others tour place because it is the only swamp forest in all over Bangladesh. The forest’s name comes from the word, “Rata” or “Pati” tree, used by the locals of Sylhet. It’s located in Gowain River, Fatehpur Union, and Gowainghat Upazila in Sylhet District. Its area is 3, 325.61 acres including 504 acres declared as the animal sanctuary in 1973. Ratargul forest is about 26 kilometers from Sylhet city. After reaching Gowainghat, tourists reserve local engine boat namely “taller” to reach the forest. There are two haors namely Shimul Bil haor and Neoa Bil Haor in the south part of the forest. The forest is naturally conserved under the Department of Forestry, Govt. of Bangladesh. Ratargul Swamp forest diversity of its nature attracts tourists all over the year, but the best time to travel Ratargul is during and after the rainy season. It’s become attractive especially in the rainy season. Because the forest is submerged under 20–30 feet water in the rainy season. For the rest of the year, the water level is about 10 feet deep. How to go there? You may take the bus or CNG auto rickshaw from Ambarkhana point of Sylhet city head towards Saklutikor road. Then Take a rickshaw to reach there.
St. Martin Island St. Martin Island is located in the extreme south of the Bay of Bengal. It is a coral island in the north-east. St. Martin Island is about 9 km south of Teknaf of Cox’s Bazar district. It’s located at the mouth of the Naf River, 8 km west of Myanmar coast. Were found plenty of coconuts and that’s why coconut Jinjira it is called locally. The area of St. Martin Island is about 8 square kilometers and long north-south. The average height of 3.6 meters from the sea on the island of St. Martin. St. Martin Island is a popular tourist center in Bangladesh. In the tourist season, there are 5 launches every day going to the mainland of Bangladesh. For the last 5-7 years, the tourists have been starting to look at this little coastline. Every day, on average, two to two and a half thousand visitors coming are seen this. On the island of St Martin’s, there are about 66 species of coral, 1,887 species of snail-mussels, 1,53 species of marine algae, 1,257 species of Guptasis, 2,40 species of marine fish, 4 species of amphibians and 120 species of birds. About 100 to 125 years ago people settled here. Currently, there are more than ten thousand people living here. The population of the island is growing rapidly. The territories of St. Martin’s Island are mainly flat. But some sand dunes are seen. The main structure of this island is limestone. It took about 5 million years to 11 million years to form the upper part of the island of St. Martin. According to the Bangladesh Environmental Protection Act of 1995, an Environmental Concerned Area declared by the State of St. Martin. Bicycles can be rented from some places on the island, especially in the West
Lalbagh Fort In the southwest part of Dhaka, the Lalbagh of old Dhaka is standing proudly along the banks of Buriganga River in the 17th century, the unfinished Mughal fort Lalbagh Fort (whose epic name was Aurangabad fort). The construction was started in 1678 AD by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah who was son of Emperor Aurangzeb and later emperor himself. His successor, Shaista Khan, did not continue the work, though he stayed in Dhaka up to 1688. Paribah Bibi tombs are notable in the Lalbagh Fort. This is an excellent example of the Mughal period. The Lalbagh fort is located on a wide area. There are three structures in the premises of the fort: Central Darbar Hall and Hammam Khan, Paribah Bibi Tomb, Shahi Mosque of the northwest. In addition, there are gardens on the south-eastern side of the lovely gate and on the roof of the southern wall. Inspection schedule Summer schedule: (April-September) – (Saturday-Wednesday) 10.30 am – 5.30pm Friday – 3.00 pm – 7.30pm Winter Schedule: (October-March) – (Saturday-Wednesday) 9.30am – 4.30pm Friday – 2.30 pm – 7.30pm Full day on Sunday, the half-day fort on Monday is closed. Besides, the Lalbagh fort remained closed on all public holidays. How to go there? It’s located on the bank of the Buriganga River in Old Dhaka. You can go easily from anywhere in Dhaka city by the public bus or CNG. CNG is very comfortable.
Ahsan Manzil is located on the bank of the Buriganga River in Islampur of Old Dhaka. Ahsan Manzil Palace was the residence of the Nawab family of Dhaka and the court. It was earlier the palace of Nawabs of Dhaka. Currently, it is used as a museum. Its founder, Nawab Abdul Gani, named him after his son Khwaja Ahsanullah. The construction work of Ahsan Manzil began in 1859 and ended in 1872. In 1906, the decision to establish a Muslim League was held in a meeting held here. Surprisingly, this building is one of Dhaka’s best architectural patterns. And it’s also one of the most beautiful & attractive tourist places in Dhaka. Ahsan Manzil is one of the most significant architectural monuments of Bangladesh. The building structure was established on a raised platform of 1 meter, the two-storied palace measures 125.4m by 28.75m. The palace Ahsan Manzil is divided into two parts: the eastern side and the western side. The eastern building with the dome is called the Rangmahal and the western side with the living rooms is called Andarmahal. The high octagonal dome is placed on the central round room. There is a large drawing room, card room, library, stateroom and two other guest rooms are located on the east side of the palace. It’s amazing. You can’t describe easily, if you don’t see with your own eyes. Recognizing the historical and architectural importance of the Ahsan Manzil, the government of Bangladesh took the initiative to renovate it. In 1985 Ahsan Manzil and its surroundings were acquired. After the completion of the renovation work in 1992 under the supervision of the Directorate of Public Works and Architecture, it was brought under the control of Bangladesh national museum (20 September 1992), and it was turned into a Museum. Every day
Bangladesh National Zoo The National Zoo is located in the Mirpur section of Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. The Zoo contains many native and non-native animals and wildlife and hosts about three million visitors each year. The zoo attracts around 10,000 visitors every day with the number increasing during the weekends and holidays The name of Zoo has been changed 5th February 2015 from Dhaka Zoo to Bangladesh National Zoo. The zoo was opened on June 23, 1974, the 186-acre (75 ha) after necessary construction and procurement of animals from home and abroad. Till then it has been gradually grown into a beautiful and attractive zoological garden exhibiting animals in natural settings using the modern method of keeping. Dhaka Zoo is one of the most favorite places to the kids. Dhaka Zoo is the largest zoo in Bangladesh and is operated by the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock. The zoo is also known for its poor conditions for animals and the corruption of its officials. The yearly budget of Dhaka Zoo is Tk 37.5 million, out of which Tk 25 million is spent on feeding the animals. The zoo is currently home to 2,150 animals from 134 species. The zoo exhibits 58 species of mammals, including elephants, cheetahs, rhinos, zebras, waterbucks, otters, hyenas, deer, giraffes, impala, black bears, tapirs, hippos, lions, many species of monkeys, chimpanzees, baboons, and Bengal tigers. The aviaries at the zoo house more than 1500 birds representing 91 species, including peacocks, rhea, African gray parrots, cassowary, owls, ostrich, emus, teals, finches, babblers, owls, vultures, and eagles. The two lakes at the zoo also host migratory water birds each winter. Entry Fees Fees per people 30 take-ups. Every Sunday closed for visitors and Open in every government holiday. National Botanical Garden National Botanical Garden or Bangladesh
National Museum of Bangladesh is the country’s premier museum located in Dhaka city. National Museum of Bangladesh, formally inaugurated on 17 November 1983, is one of the largest museums in South Asia. Dhaka Museum, formally inaugurated on 7 August 1913, was its forerunner. Bangladesh National Museum is devoted to archaeology, classical, decorative and contemporary art, history, natural history, ethnography, and world civilization. It is located at Shahbag, of Dhaka city. From anywhere in Dhaka city easily can go to National Museum of Bangladesh Visiting hour and entry fees Time Schedule: Summer (April-September) Saturday – Wednesday 10.30am to 5.30pm, and Friday from 3 pm to 8 pm). Winter (October to March) Saturday – Wednesday from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm, and Friday from 3 pm to 8 pm). The month of Ramadan: Saturday-Wednesday (9.30 am to 3 pm) The weekly closure of this museum on Thursday. Access Price: Tickets for local visitors are 20 taka Tickets for foreign visitors (SAARC countries) are 20 taka. Tickets for foreign visitors (excluding SAARC) are 100 taka.
Bangabandhu Memorial Museum Bangabandhu Memorial Museum is another famous tourist place in Dhaka. Here you’ll able to know many things about the history of Bangladesh. “Bangabandhu Bhaban was the non-public residence of the beginning father and President of People’s Republic of Bangladesh.” The founder of Independent Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Dhanmondi, who occupied the important time of life in the house of 32, has guided the nation in the struggle for Independence; the house is carrying his memories of today. Currently, it’s the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum. Bangabandhu Memorial Museum is located on the old No 32 Road of Dhanmondi Residential Area of Dhaka. On 15 August 1975, some disgruntled Army officers carried out the Assassination of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. “His married woman sheik Fazilatunnesa Mujib his sons Sheik Kamal, Sheik Jamal and Sheik Russel were killed in the attack on their residence.” On 12 June 1981, the house was handed over to the surviving family members of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. “Sheikh Hasina found sheik Mujib’s diaries within the building when the handover and that were later revealed as memoirs.” There are different rare photographs of Sheikh Mujib’s entire life and many reminiscent objects of the last days of his life in the house. “Besides, various things that were employed by Bangabandhu are preserved within the house”. A lake is situated near the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum. The name of Dhanmondi Lake is called. The lake was primarily an abandoned canal of the river Kawran Bazar which was merged with the river Turag. The lake has partially joined the Begunbari canal. Allocations for 16% of Dhanmondi residential areas were allocated. Over time, the lake became a spectacular and various cultural centers were formed around it, among which Ravindra Sarobar is located beside the lake. This is also the most beautiful and
Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach is one of the most popular tourist places in Bangladesh. It’s very attractive and most beautiful tourist spot in Bangladesh. Where everyone wants to go at least once. So before going there, you should need to know some information about this place. The sea beach of Cox’s Bazar is the longest beach in the world. According to English Captain, Mr. Hiram Cox this place is named after the Cox’s Bazar. Cox’s Bazar sea beach is 120 kilometers long. This 120km the length of this beach is characteristic, the whole sea beach is not available sandy, mud. When we thoughts of travel within Bangladesh first of all, Cox’s Bazar Sea beach name come to our mind. Cox’s Bazar Beach is a charming and wonderful sea beach in the world. It’s number 1 tourist spot in Bangladesh. Mughal Emperor Shah Shuja was impressed by the natural beauty of Cox’s Bazar on the way to Arakan on a mountainous road and then he orders the soldiers to build the camp here. Cox’s Bazar sea beach is so beautiful that it’s very difficult to describe if it isn’t seen with your own eyes. Excellent beauty, this Cox’s Bazar sea beach already did attract almost all of the native and foreign people. Every year thousands of tourists visit here, which is two-thirds of Bangladesh’s total tourists. There are come more tourists from October to March due to low rainfall. Besides, there are going many more tourists in winter and after two Eid, also there are going many tourists for three off days. If you go to Cox’s Bazar, you will wish to visit the seashore in the morning and afternoon. Because the sea beach always is seen as attractive. So, why you don’t want to go there?
Kaptai National Park Kaptai National Park is a kind of beautiful nature on the coexistence of rivers, hills and green. It’s located in Rangamati district of Bangladesh. Under the Bangladesh Wildlife Act of 1974 in 1999, it got the national park status. It is established on 5,464 or 13 thousand 500 acres of hectares. There are many ancient gardens in the sub-continent, it is one of them. The location of this forest is about 57 kilometers north-east of Chittagong city. And the distance from Rangamati city is about 35 kilometers. The natural beauty of Kaptai National Park on the slopes of the hills is unparalleled. This garden was planted in 1873, 1878 and 1879, and as a result of this, a tropical rainforest or rain forest was formed here. There are many trees in this park. Segun, Chapaliish, Jarul, Champa, Sonalu, Chalata, Chikarashi, Shal, Shilkhar, Dharmarama, Gamari, Arjuna, Amalaki, Amra, Phera, Pyaaraj, Bigi, and Pitraj etc. The forest is rich in many biodiversities. The wild animals of this park are deer, elephant, junior, clouded cheetah, monkeys, etc. There are two rest houses in the park. Kaptai National Park can be visited at any time of the year. Because of the natural beauty of Kaptai national park always seen as attractive. It’s not better to travel alone in the Kaptai national park. If travel group must be taken with an experienced guide. It will be easy to see the jungle trips and wildlife. There are some guides trained in Kaptai Udyan. All guide services will be available in the prescribed honorarium. Do not go to the jungle to make a picnic. Do not play loud or on a mike song or anything. No words or sounds that wild animals are annoying. How to go there? Firstly you will come to Chittagong
Patenga Sea Beach Patenga sea beach is located 14 kilometers south of the port city of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Patenga Sea Beach is near the mouth of the Karnaphuli River. Patenga is a popular tourist center in the city of Chittagong. Many foreign and Bangladeshi visitors from abroad come out every year to see the beautiful surroundings of the Patenga sea beach and to attract natural beauty. This beach was severely damaged in the 1991 cyclone. There is a barricade made of cement at the beach today. Patenga is a popular tourist spot. The beach is very close to the Bangladesh Naval Academy of the Bangladesh Navy and Shah Amanat International Airport. Its width is narrow and swimming in the seas is not recommended. Part of the seashore is built-up with concrete walls, and large blocks of stones have been laid to prevent erosion. During the 1990s, a host of restaurants and kiosks sprouted out around the beach area. Lighting of the area has enhanced the security aspect of visiting at night.
Foy’s Lake Foy’s Lake is one of the most beautiful places in Chittagong. Foy’s Lake is a man-made lake in Chittagong. It is an artificial lake located in the Khulshi area near Chittagong’s Pahartoli Railway Station. It’s located about 8 kilometers away from Zero Point in Chittagong City. It was created in 1924 by constructing a dam across the stream that came down from the hills in the northern part of Chittagong. Foy’s Lake was excavated under the supervision of the Assam Railway Authority and at that time it was known as Pahartali Lake. The purpose of creating an artificial lake was to provide water to the residents of railway colony. It was named after Mr. Foy who was a Railway engineer and believed to materialize the project. Pahartali was basically a railway town with workshop yard and shed. A good number of railway employees live there. It is currently owned by Bangladesh Railway, but it operates Concorde. Dhaka’s fantasy Kingdom is also the same company. This large lake (336 acres of land) is made by constructing a dam in a narrow valley between the top of the hill from one peak to the other. Many foreign tourists from abroad come out every year to attract the beautiful surroundings of the lake and to attract natural beauty.
Taj Mahal of Bangladesh Taj Mahal of Bangladesh is located 20 miles north-east of Dhaka city in Parab village of Sonargaon Upazila of Narayanganj district. This is an exact copy or replica of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. The owner of the Taj Mahal, a wealthy filmmaker Mani Ahsanullah. He said that the replica of this Taj Mahal has been made so that the poorer people of his country, who cannot visit the real Taj Mahal, can fulfill the dreams of the Taj Mahal, from their own country. The construction of the replica had irritated the Indian High Commission in Dhaka. Early reports said the Indian High Commission in Bangladesh says it will sue Ahsanullah Moni for copyright infringement of the original 350-year-old building; however, the Indian High Commission later announced that the replica was unlikely to detract visitors from the original. Within the Taj Mahal, there is a place of graves in Ahsanullah Moni and his wife Razia. It is called the world’s second Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal of Bangladesh was built the model of the real Taj Mahal in Agra. About 18 bighas of land are built on the ‘Taj Mahal of Bengal’. On December 2008, it was inaugurated. Also, around 52 bigha land is reserved for tourism. Four big minarets in the four corners, the main building in the middle, full tiles. Water fountains in front, flower garden around and visitors sitting on both sides. There are air-conditioned Rajmoni film city restaurants, quality food, and caterers. Any visitor can take pictures here if you wish. It costs only 5 years and $ 58 million in costs. Because of its location in the traditional Sonargaon near Dhaka, the convenience of transportation and above all the interest of the people to the Taj Mahal has turned it
Sonargaon Panam City is one of the best places to visit around Dhaka with family members. Panam City is situated at Sonargaon, Narayanganj in Bangladesh. It is an ancient historical city in Bangladesh. Panam Nagar is one of the 100 ruined historic cities of the world, which is located in Sonargaon of Narayanganj district. The people of the rich Hindu community once lived here. There was the muslin business. There is nothing left in the ancient city. Now there are just a few of the historic old houses. Among the three cities of boro nogor (Big City), Khas Nogor, Panam City, it was the most attractive city. There are many historical buildings which were built centuries ago and those are related to the history of Baro-Bhuyan. It covered 20 km area of Sonargaon. Sonargaon, the ancient capital of Bengal, surrounded by the aesthetic and natural environment of the natural beauty of the unique architecture. Of the surviving homes in Panam, 52 houses are notable. There are 31 houses on the north side of the Panam road and 21 houses on the south side. Most of the houses are rectangular, broad, north-south, height one-story to three-story. Every home is full of innovative skills in terms of usability, craftsmanship, color use, and construction techniques. Each house has been divided into two sections - Andarabati and Bahirbatti. Most of the houses are open in the surrounding surroundings. Panam city plans are also perfect there are two canals and 5 pounds on the two sides for the city's water supply. Almost every house has wells or wells. Sonargaon Panam City has been left free of water for the canal, and the ramp towards the canal. Each house is in an honorable distance from each other. The only road to the city's transport is the
Nuhash Polli Nuhash Polli is located in Gazipur district, far near Dhaka City. Nuhash Polli is the film shooting spot and family entertainment center. But there is a famous litterateur of Modern Bengal, whose name is Humayun Ahmed, lying in there. Hotepara Bazar is situated, 12 kilometers away from Gazipur Chandna Chowrasta on Dhaka-Mymensingh highway. Pirujali village 8 km west from there. Humayun Ahmed made there the Nuhash Polli, 40 bighas of land. When goes into the Nuhash Palli and goes ahead with the field, prayer room in the shade of the Shefali tree on the left side of the hand. Next to it is a small garden with three old lichugas. Humayun Ahmed has been there lying in the shade of Lynchbagh. In 1997, Humayun Ahmed founded the Nuhash Palli. In the beautiful natural environment, there are several hundred species of fruit, wood and medicinal properties in this garden house at 40 bighas. In addition to the many establishments and numerous fruits, forest trees, he has made the garden of medicinal plants. Here are 250 species of rare herbs, spices, fruit and forest trees. Each tree has a bunch of contacts, which can be easily seen by the tree. Small houses were built on a large tree in the middle of the green field. There is a palm garden on the east side of the garden. On one side of the garden, there is a modern house of “rain luxury”. Another attraction of Nuhash Pilli is “Leelabati Dighi”. Various trees around the Dighi. An island in the middle of the pond. Where many coconut trees. There are also Padmapukur, organic forms designed swimming pool. Although Humayun Ahmed had his residence in Dhanmondi in Dhaka, he got the opportunity to go to Nuhash Polli and spend time. Ever came to
Bhawal National Park Bhawal National Park is one of the most important and interesting national parks in Bangladesh. This park is particularly important because of its nobility and its wildlife. Among the many natural forest areas in Bangladesh, the average of Madhapur and Bhawal is one of the most visited places. Bhawal National Park is located in Gazipur Sadar and Sreepur Upazilas of Gazipur district, about 40 kilometers north of the capital Dhaka. According to other national parks in the world, this garden was officially developed in 5022 hectares of land in 1973. However, it has not been officially declared as National Park before 1982. Since the park is very close to the capital city, there are many tourist attractions in the park. Especially in the dry season (November to February) a lot of people come here to picnic. According to official data, around 1,500,000 domestic and foreign tourists visit here every year. The trees on the tree in the garden are everywhere to look good at the park. The path of walking between the row rows in the tree. If you are tired of the walk, there is a bench or shade for rest. It seems to me that where I’m going to be lost. Again, somewhere between the forests, paddy fields will be seen. Somewhere pond or small-sized lake. Bhawal National Park is an interesting tourist center of Bangladesh. There are several picnic spots here. The spots are Ananda, Kanchan, Sonalu, Leisure, Leisure, and Entertainment. There are 13 cottages and 6 rest houses. Not allowed here for the night. Entry Fees of Bhawal National Park is Tk 10 (2017). The Bhawal National Park is basically the tropical fall tree forest. There are 221 species of plants in this forest, of which 24 species of clay, 27 species of
National Martyrs Memorial National Martyrs memorial is one of the most attractive tourists place in Dhaka. In 1971, for the long 9 months of bloody war and millions of martyrs we got this free. Remembrance and sacrifice for the country in the great liberation war, remembrance of those brave martyrs and memorials built for their respect and honor. National Martyrs Memorial is that the memorial of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh established within the memory of the heroism and therefore the sacrifice of all those that gave their lives in the” Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971, which brought independence and separated Bangladesh from Pakistan. It was designed by Syed Mainul Hossain. On 16th December 1972, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman laid the foundation stone of the memorial to honor the fighters sacrificing their lives and make the war of liberation memorable. A monument is built on about 84 acres of land. Constructed with 7 triangular pillars made of concrete, the main building is formed, which gradually gets elevated above the top. Its height is 150 feet. The height of the first pillar is low and the largest in the stone. It has been referred to as the beginning of the movement, the language movement of 1952. The next pillars are meant to be 1954, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1669 and 1971 respectively. The victory of the war of liberation by the highest pillar implies victory. This monumental feature seems to be of one type from one side to another. It’s not just National martyrs memorial. This is the best tourist place in Dhaka. There is an attractive wide entrance. How to go there? The National Martyr’s Memorial is located in Savar, about 35 km north-west of the capital, Dhaka. From Dhaka to Savar, now it is very easy
Name of the Parliament of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh is Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban or (National Parliament House). The National Parliament House is situated in Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, within the capital of Dhaka.” Its area has 200 acres and total cost became $32m. It can be said that it is the best example of the architectural style of the modern era. It’s not only in Bangladesh, one of the world’s most spectacular buildings. This magnificent building was designed by American renowned architect Louis I Kahn. It’s Supreme Legislature of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. The number of members of the one-member parliament, 350; Out of which 300 MPs are elected by the people’s direct vote and the remaining 50 seats are reserved for women. The women members of reserved seats are elected by the election of 300 elected members of parliament (indirect election system). The term of parliament is five years. The Bengali nation is always proud of this extraordinary architecture. If a selection of architectural extends from the time of the Pyramid to the present era is made, then in the midst of it, the Parliament building of Bangladesh will get a place in the top row. The artificial lighting system of the Parliament Chamber has been devised in such a manner that it does not obstruct the infiltration of daylight. Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban is so beautiful that it’s very difficult to describe if it is not seen with your own eyes. Parliament building of such beautiful designs is rare in the whole world. Although entrance to the Bhaban, the Main Building, is limited to authorized members of Parliament and workers, the Jatiyo Sangshad complex area is open to guests. North of the complex, across the Lake Road, is Crescent Lake and Chandrima Uddan. The two complexes together form a