May 30th, 2020
Tourism / ভ্রমণ
The Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal
December 20th, 2009
The great Muslim Saint, Hazrat Shah Jalal (R.A.) is said to have brought the message of Islam to the region in the early 14th ecntury. His shrine is located at Dargah Mahalla in the heart of Sylhet town. At about 6 km away lies the shrine of another great saint Hazrat Shah Paran (R.A.), who is said to be a nephew of Hazrat Shah Jalal (R.A.). ***To find out about other Historical Places in Sylhet Division please click on the Aritcale Title Link.
Visit Sylhet
December 20th, 2009
Blessed with a beautiful and bountiful nature, Sylhet is one of the popular tourist destinations of the country.For most part plain land , Sylhet is ringed by low hills on northern and southern boundaries. These are the foot hills of the Khasia and Jaintia range. Sylhet is dotted with lakes, thick forests and fruit gardens,. abounds in wildlife. The reserved forests have different species of birds and animals and ideal for bird watching and trekking.
Shundarban (World's Biggest Mangrove Forest)
December 20th, 2009
Located about 320 km. south-west of Dhaka and spread over an area of about 60000 sq, km of deltaic swamps along the coastal belt of Khulna, the Sundarbans is the world's biggest mangrove forest - the home of the Royal Bengal tiger. These dense mangrove forests are criss-crossed by a network of rivers and creeks.
Visit Kuakata
December 1st, 2009
Kuakata Beach is located southwest of Bangladesh. It is the second most famous beaches in the country. It is located some 320 kilometers from the city of Dhaka, the capital city and about 2 kilometers from the village of Lata Chapli. Kuakata beach is 18 km long and 3 km wide. This is the only beach of Bangladesh where you can enjoy both sunrise and sunset. It is the sandy beach of the Bay of Bengal. On the beach there are coconut trees, sand and fantastic opportunities to practice water sports. ***To find out about other Tourist Places within Barisal Division please click on the Aritcale Title Link.
Cox's Bazar
December 1st, 2009
Miles of golden sands, towering cliffs, surfing waves, rare conch shells, colorful Pagodas, Buddhist Temples and delightful sea-food - all this makes what Cox's Bazar is today , the tourist capital of Bangladesh. The World's longest uninterrupted (120 km.) beach slopes here down to the blue waters of the Bay of Bengal against the picturesque background of a chain of hills covered with deep green forests.