Bangladesh is a country in South Asia. It shares land borders with India and Myanmar.The country’s maritime territory in the Bay of Bengal is roughly equal to the size of its land area. Bangladesh is the world’s eighth most populous country. Dhaka is its capital and largest city, followed by Chittagong. Bangladesh’s tourist attractions include historical and monuments, resorts, beaches, picnic spots, forests and tribal people, wildlife of various species. Activities for tourists include angling, water skiing, river cruising, hiking, rowing, yachting, and sea bathing.
The blue water lake of Birisiri is located at the Kulagora Upazila of Durgapur Thana from Netrakona district which is popular in Bangladesh for natural beauty. It offers little in terms of tourist sights, but the journey here, across lush farmland, is extremely picturesque and the village is within striking distance of the highly photogenic China Clay Hills. Most interestingly perhaps, Birisiri offers travellers the chance to meet and learn more about the Garo people. During your way to the blue lake, you’ll be enthralled by the picturesque view of the village and the beautiful shomeswari river.
Rijuk waterfall is one of the biggest waterfall which can be visited without hiking. The Amazing waterfall is located at Ruma upazila of Bandarban district.
The waterfall is 300 fit high from the ground. The water is continuously falling from up with beautiful sound throughout the year. The water is like pearl particles in the space creating a unique beauty of nature. This lake is encompassed by numerous sorts of plant and under wood. One can go there whenever however amid the blustery season the most appealing perspectives of this fall can be seen. This great place will make the most naturalistic and near one’s heart.
Ramu (Buddhist village)
Ramu is an Upazila under Cox’s Bazar District which is Attractive by artful oldest artistry based wood made Buddhist Bihar & archeological monument. There are monasteries, Khyangs and pagodas containing images of Buddha in gold , bronze and other metal , Inlaid with precious stones. One of the most interesting temples stands on the bank of the Baghkhali river. The place is an attraction for old history of this country.
Hatir Jheel, Dhaka
Hatirjheel precisely meaning is Elephant Lake. The name is self-linked to elephant rearing in Dhaka. There was an elephant training center in Dhaka that is now Pill Khana etymological meaning “Elephant House” in Cantonment. Up to hundred elephants from cantonment used to be taken to HatirJheel for bath through the “Elephant Road”.
it became the greatest amusement place for the public. Every evening you might be treated to an amazing dance of colors and music. The 1,980 square meter Hatirjheel Musical Dancing Fountain, built in the waters of Hatirjheel lake, is the first dancing water fountain in Bangladesh.
Nilachal is one of the most beautiful and spactaculating tourist place in Bangladesh located at Tigerpara, just 5 km away from Bandarban. It is also known as “Tiger hill”.
Nilachal is very near from Bandarban town, about 5 km. Visitors can use car, auto rickshaw or Chader gari (public jeep) to visit Nilachal. From people’s experience, Chander Gari up-down reserve may cost Tk below 1000. Nilachal is about 2000 feet above the sea level. Standing at the peak of Nilachal, visitor can see the total glance of Bandarban town and a vast photographic hillside can be seen from here.There is a rest house having two guest rooms maintained by district administration, a cafe and some tea stalls of local habitants in the Nilachal tourist place.
Visitors can enjoy the astonishing sight of Chattagong port and sea beach from Nilachal when the sky is Clear. Especially the sight of sunset of Nilachal brings you the feeling of heaven. The unlimited beauty from the viewpoint is to be articulated, the connect of therapeutic of old diseases by breathing cool calm breeze of Nilachal can not be unbelievable. The fascinating natural scenic beauty of hill, the sunset of afternoon are the main attraction of Nilachal.
Boga Lake also known as Bagakain Lake, is the most beautiful natural lake in Bangladesh which is located in the hill district Bandarban, Bangladesh. It is approximately 1800 feet above sea level. Behind creation of this lake there are many mythological stories. Geologists believe that the rectangular shaped lake was created by collection of rain water in the crater of a dead volcano almost 2000 years ago.
The lake is bounded on three sides by mountain peaks covered with thick bamboo bushes. It is a closed lake and there is a small spring named Boga chhara, which is 153 metres deep and there is no outlet for draining out water from the lake. The water is crystal clear and under the lake the water there are rocks and boulders all over.
At present, Boga Lake has placed as a heavenly place of beauty and great pleasure for those travelers who love adventure and to face challenging travel. The charm and amazing beauty of the Boga Lake changes with the color change of water, depending on various indicators such as sun light, clouds humidity seasons etc.
Nilgiri Beauty Queen of Bandarban
Bandarban as one of the four hilly district of Bangladesh gifted with natural aura. The beauty queen is Nilgiri where one can find beauty and peace. The journey from Bandarban to Nilgiri by road wills more charming. It will take around 2 hours from Bandarban city to Nilgiri.
The beauty of the place is as beautiful at night and in the morning. If you are a nature lover, you will love to see the sunrise from this place.
Winter would be the best season to visit as during rainy season the hilly roads get slippery thereby the chance of accident increases. A moonlit night will increase the beauty of this place at night.
Sajek valley is famous for its outstanding natural beauty and known as the Queen of Hills & Roof of Rangamati. The valley is surrounded by mountains, dense forest and grasslands hilly tracks. Many small rivers flow through the mountains among which Kachalong and Machalong are notable. The road to Sajek has high picks and falls. One can feel cloud, you can touch cloud and you can watch beauty of nature very closely.
The valley is 1800 feet above sea level. Sajek is name of a river which separates Bangladesh from India. The river flows into the Karnafuli River in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. Local people compare this place with Darjeeling, India. Weather is excellent.
The main ethnic minorities on the valley are Chakma, Marma, Tripura, Pankua, Lushai and Sagma. Bamboo makes most of the houses. Women seem to be more involved in economic activities here. Tea stalls, food joints and roadside marketplaces are dominated by women. People in general are gentle, welcoming and friendly. Picking fruits and vegetables early in the morning is a major trade here.