Bangladesh is one of the most unique countries in the world. The reasons themselves are various, the geographical condition, the religion and their cultures. Here’s 12 places to visit in bangladesh!
1.Banglar Taj Mahal
The place is very identical to original Taj Mahal. It’s a very nice place to go. The owner built this replica of Agra Tajmahal. It took 5 years only to built this complex, very close to Dhaka City (only 18 km).
2.Ancient Bengali mausoleum Dhaka
This is a historical place of Bangladesh.Beautiful place with lots of family related history. Great for taking photos. There is a small entry fee at the gates it’s about £1.50 for foreigners, and £0.20p for the citizens of Bangladesh. Its located deep in side the old part of Dhaka city.
This place attracts people from all across the sphere as a get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
3.Buriganga river in Dhaka
One of the most old and historical rivers in our country. All day the river is busy with boats, launches, steamers etc to move people or goods for business purpose. Usually it’s water is polluted as people throw personal and industrial garbage in it. But during the rainy season, you can actually get the real beauty of this historical river.
4.The Singair Ancient Mosque
The Singara Mosque is across the road from the Saith Gumbaz Mosque on its southeastern side. It has a single dome which is heavily built and a wide dome. In the typical style of the Khan Jahan Ali, the dome is supported on thick walls and topped with a cambered cornice. The Bigi Begni Mosque and the Chuna Khola Mosque are also of single dome type but much larger in size compared to the Singara Mosque. Last reported, the mosque was in a state of decay and renovation works were envisaged.
5.Mausoleum of Bibipari
Amazing most historical architecture building here.Tomb of Bibi Pari is the most impressive among the three surviving buildings within the fort. Square in plan, eight rooms surround a square central room containing the mortal remains of Bibi Pari.
6.Tea garden at Sylhet
A lot of little hills are full of tea plants and tribal people are living their livelihoods to grow tea. This beneficiary works , they learned at the British periods and Queen Elizabeth was also travelled to Sylhet. People , who are talented in farming are attracted by their works. So some of them were migrated to London. It’s an impressive fate to be able connected with the great Britain.
7.The Diwan-i-Aam Diwan
The Diwan-i-Aam is the public audience hall where the Mughal Emperor would sit listening to grievances from the public and dispense judgements. The hall is a beautifully symmetrical design of lobed arches that house the throne where the emperor once sat. This is one of the most beautiful buildings of the complex and worth visiting.
8.Ratargul Swamp, Bangladesh.
Ratargul is the only swamp forest in Bangladesh. It is located in Gowainghat upazila, about 26 km from Sylhet district town. The Ratargul forest covers an area of about 30,325 acres. This vast area consists of 504 acres of forest and the rest is filled with small and large water bodies. However, in the rainy season, the whole area looks the same. Ratargul is known as the ‘Sundarbans of Sylhet. Many tourists also call Ratargul the Amazon of Bangladesh.
9.Monastery Somapura Mahavihara
One of the most ancient and significant archaeological site in Bangladesh. This place were used as educational institution along with residential places for Buddhist scholars earlier in Buddhist era. Very splendid and mind blowing architectural structure with precise geometric shape and very sophisticated building mechanism has made it one of the most prominent historical site. It tells the unknown civilisation and cultures of old Bengals, the life story of ancient Buddhist monks and sages and it will certainly remind the vast knowledge cultures of our destroyed civilisation.
Wonderful place in Bangladesh.A good place situated in the mountain from sea level upto 2700ft , whereas you can find out beauty and harmony of the nature. This place is totally secured by Bangladesh Army .They’ll gave you patrolling services during your journey . This is the proper place for family and friends holiday tour.
Chimbuk Hill is one of the highest hills in Bangladesh is one of the more familiar spots in Bandarban. It is just 26 kilometers away from Bandarban Sadar. Chimbuk hill is approximately 2500 feet high above the sea level. The road is zigzag here. It will be charming to ride in a jeep. While your jeep is moving through the various native villages, their simplicity in human expression will compel you to think about our ancestors struggle to maintain existence. They are as simple as nature.
World’s longest beach, its the best place overalls Bangladesh. Lots of places i visit but cox’s Bazar is more attractive among all.Its a safest place for travellers. Anyone can go their for refreshment with family & friends.
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