Top 10 Best Tourist Places in Bangladesh
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Best Tourist Places in Bangladesh
People from all over the world come to see this beauty. Find out about the top 10 places of interest in the country.
➤ Saint martin
Saint Martin (St. Martin) is the only coral island in Bangladesh which is the smallest island of 16 sq km in the southernmost part of the mainland and 120 km from the district town of Cox’s Bazar.
In the local language, St. Martin is also called Coconut Ginger. The island is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Bangladesh.
St. Martin’s Island is one of the most scenic places in Bangladesh. The blue of the sky and the blue of the sea are one and the same.
St. Martin is a unique resource center for those thirsty for knowledge and travel with a combination of sand, rock, coral or biodiversity.
The good news is that the people of St. Martin’s Island are very simple. Their warm hospitality is the main attraction of tourists. There is accommodation for tourists at low cost.
However, those who return from St. Martin day after day may regret it later. It is best to stay in St. Martin for at least one day. This delightful trip will always fascinate you as you can see the whole island.
Coconut, onion, chilli, tomato rice are the main agricultural products of the island. And almost all the residents are fishing. However, due to the recent development of the tourism industry, many people are making a living through restaurants, residential hotels or grocery shops.
➤ Cox’s Bazar
Cox’s Bazar beach is a magical and beautiful beach. Every day Pratikshan changes its form. There is no winter-monsoon-spring-summer season when the look of the beach does not change.
Cox’s Bazar is the most scenic place in Bangladesh. It is a tourist city located in the southeast of Bangladesh. Cox’s Bazar is famous for its natural beauty.
Cox’s Bazar is located 152 km south of Chittagong city. Its distance from Dhaka is 414 km. It is the largest tourist destination in Bangladesh.
Cox’s Bazar was once known as Panoya. Which literally means yellow flower. Another ancient name is palonki.
Oyster market has been developed for tourists here. The Burmese market has developed along the border with foreign goods from Myanmar (formerly Burma), Thailand, China, etc.
The Sundarbans is a marvel of nature. It is a vast forest located on the coast of the Bay of Bengal.
This forest covers the Khulna, Satkhira, and Bagerhat districts of Bangladesh and two districts of the Indian state of West Bengal, North 24 Parganas, and South 24 Parganas.
The 10,000 sq km of the Sundarbans covers 6,017 sq km in Bangladesh and the rest in India. And for those who love nature, this Sundarbans can be the most ideal place to visit.
Apart from the Royal Bengal Tiger, there are many species of birds, deer, crocodiles and snakes waiting for you. Thousands of tourists visit the Sundarbans every year.
If you want you can go to Sundarban by road and river. By road- Khulna can be reached by bus to Sundarban. By the river – Khulna launch ghat can be reached by launch. There are launches at night and in the morning.
If you want to go to Sundarbans from Dhaka, you have to go directly to Khulna by bus. Khulna can also be reached by train and plane.
You can get on the Khulna train from Dhaka’s Kamalapur to Khulna city. If you want to go by plane, you have to get off at Jessore.
Sajek Valley is a famous tourist destination in Sajek Union, Baghai Upazila, Rangamati District, Bangladesh.
Located just north of Rangamati, the Sajek Valley has two neighborhoods – Ruilui and Kanlak. Founded in 175, Ruilui Para is located at an altitude of 1,620 feet.
Sajak Valley is currently the most popular destination for travel thirsty people. Beautiful mountain ranges all around, a valley of clouds like white cotton will fascinate you.
On the same day from Sajek you will get close to three different forms of nature. Sajak is the ideal place to watch the natural cosmos and the game of flying from the mountains to the clouds like cotton.
If you want you can go to Sajek Valley via Rangamati or Khagrachari. However, going through Khagrachari will be easy and affordable for you.
Even if you don’t think much about eating when you go to Sajek. Because there are several good quality food restaurants or hotels.
There are hundreds of resorts in the Sajak Valley. Three of these armies are managed. The rest is being managed by the private sector.
Ratargul is located at Gowainghat in Sylhet. There are hundreds of Hijle fruits here. Bots will also catch the eye from time to time, less murta trees. The state of this water is very strange.
A tree is submerged up to its knees in water. Those that are a little smaller, they are half submerged in water again. Fishermen are getting fishing nets somewhere.
Ratargul Swamp Forest is the only freshwater water forest and wildlife sanctuary in Bangladesh. This long area is located at Gowainghat in Sylhet.
To go to Ratargul, first you have to go from Dhaka to Sylhet. Sylhet-bound buses leave from Gabtoli, Fakirapul and Sayedabad bus terminals.
Tickets for AC buses of Green Line, Saudia, S Alam, Shyamli, ENA etc. cost 1000 taka to 1200 taka per person. And the ticket price for non-AC bus is 480 to 600 taka per person.
If you want you can go to Sylhet by train. From Kamalapur or Airport Railway Station, Upban, Jayantika, Parabat or Kalni Express departs for Sylhet.
Besides, if you have a good budget, you can fly from Dhaka to Sylhet in a very short time. The cost will increase even if your time for it is reduced.
Nafakum Falls is the name of the wonderful beauty of Bandarban. Bandarban district is one of the three hill districts of Bangladesh. Its position at the top of the list of preferences of travelers.
Thanchi is the easternmost upazila of Bangladesh. An area of this upazila is called Remakri.
Thanchi is located at a distance of 79 km from Bandarban. Thanchi Bazar is located on the banks of the river Sangu. The boat has to be slowly ascended towards Remakri along this Sangu river.
After some distance of the river, it has gone down 1-2 feet and even down to 4/5 feet.
On either side of the river you will find high hills wrapped in green. Some mountains are so high that their tops are covered with clouds.
And this whole path is waiting for you amazing beauty. Which will keep you fresh for a long time.
It is considered to be the second largest waterfall in Bangladesh after Amiyakhum Falls. This impeccably beautiful waterfall is just a two and a half hour walk from Remakri.
To go to Nafakhum Jharna you have to go to Bandarban first. Then from Bandarban to Thanchi, from Thanchi by boat to Sangu river to Remakri market.
From there you have to walk to Nafakhum of your dreams.
Note that Remakri is not allowed to leave Thanchi after 3 pm. So you must have Thanchi by 2 p.m. If not, I have to go to Remakri the next morning.
When you go to Thanchi, you can stay at the BGB-controlled border vacation center. Room rent is between 1500-3000 taka.
There are some fairly quality dining hotels in Thanchi market. You can eat any one of your choice.
Nijhum Island is a small island in Bangladesh. It belongs to Hatia upazila of Noakhali district. On April 6, 2001, the Bangladesh government declared the entire island a national park.
Tanguar Haor is located at the foot of Meghalaya hills in Dharmapasha and Tahirpur upazilas of Sunamganj district. More than 30 springs from the Meghalaya hills have joined this haor.
Tanguar haor is the largest wetland in the district with an area of 9,626 hectares comprising 51 haors in 18 mouzas of the two upazilas.
Bangabandhu Safari Park
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park is known as a safe haven for various species of animals.
It is located in Pirujali union of Mauna union under Sreepur upazila of Gazipur district.
Kuakata is a beach and tourist destination in southwestern Bangladesh. This is well known to tourists as the ‘Daughter of the Sea’.
Kuakata is one of the most scenic beaches in Bangladesh with a length of 16 km. It is the only beach in Bangladesh where you can be seen both sunrise and sunset.