Time to realize the beauty of the motherland and pack bags to leisure travel the magical districts of Bangladesh! To help guide you, here’s what each district is esteemed for.
The capital homes many historical monuments, landmarks and inspires artists in places like the Novo Theatre. However, to get a better taste of traditions, a walk on the bustling streets of Puran Dhaka is a must! The embrace of the people there represents the size of their hearts. Let’s not forget the mouthwatering food which was good enough to make Matt Preston of MasterChef Australia, fly down for some generous bites.
Here lies the Sundarban mangrove forest, one of the largest in the world. It is inscribed as The UNESCO World Heritage Centre as well as being known for being the home of royal Bengal tigers.
Famous for having the world’s longest beach of 120 km, amongst other tourist attractions, this glittery sandy paradise is the ultimate “memory making point” to tick off from the wish list!
Hanging Bridge, Rajbon Bihar, Kaptai Lake, Shuvolong Waterfall, rocky hills, and the tribes in their native tribal attires entertaining with their graceful dance sums up the district! The mesmerizing artistry beauty of the place justifies its fame.
Not only for tea gardens, the place is also famous for Jaflong, zero point, Ratargul Swamp, Bisnakandi, Fire Hill and Lalakhal. It goes much beyond the primary school textbooks in this fantasy land of tea.
Natore Zaminder’s were the prominent ones in Bengal which made the Natore Rajbari, also known as “Pagla Raja’s Palace,” the ideal tourist spot! The architectural beauty itself narrates the royal tales and their once-upon-a-time lavish lifestyles. “Rani bhabani” adds a stronger essence to the place whose home palace consisted of twenty one buildings itself.
The place is famous for Birisiri, located in Bijoy Nogor. The crystal blue clear lake with hills and ceramic stones makes the place breathtakingly beautiful. Lying on the foot of Garo Hill while running through the river Someshwari, it is the ideal escape from the metro life.
The floating market in Durga Shohor along Shondha River is more like a farmer’s market that makes this place truly fascinating, along with Backwater and the Guava Gardens.
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