Bangladesh is a land of mystery and intrigue. The country is centuries old and while it has seen many visitors over the years, it is only now starting to experience a commercial tourism boom. In many respects, Bangladesh is a land of opportunity and adventure. All you need do is step out and discover its many mysteries for yourself.
There are so many things to be enjoyed here. Perhaps one of the most popular activities is that of sunning yourself on the exquisite white sandy beaches of Cox’s Bazaar and Teknaaf. Both beaches are situated on the eastern coast of the Bay of Bengal and are relatively unspoilt by tourists making them a great place to spend vacation time. Another attraction is the many archaeological sites in the country. They are interesting from a cultural and architectural point of view and can be fascinating to tour. These stunning big cats are somewhat protected in the country and are stunning to behold!
Bangladesh is also home to the longest sea beach, the largest tea gardens and some amazing exotic animal life. To top it off, the people of the country are colorful and friendly and have a fascinating culture. There is a lot to do here. You can choose things such as trekking and adventure tours. Most of the activities give you the opportunity to take in the beautiful green mountains, sparkling rivers and clear vistas. The natural wealth of the area is, in many respects, unbeatable.
1. Lalbagh Fort in Dhaka
It iss famous historical place. As the structure applies to the fine architectural work of that period, it has four main structures which are a Diwan-i-Aam, a water tank in its eastern side, the tomb of Bibi Pari and the Lalbagh Fort Mosque. During the nineteenth century, this fort grew up to be a place of revolution by the local soldiers, against the colonial British rule.The best time to visit this place is November to March, a little wintery environment, paints colors to the fort and its lush green garden.
2. Kotila Mura in Comilla
This is one of the sacred Buddhist places and one of the fifth spots amongst the Mainamati ruins. . The only way to the shrine is through the east, a gateway which leads to a huge hall. This authentic Buddhist structure was active from the seventh century to the thirteenth century.It has a nearby place to visit, the Shalbanvihar which is also a Buddhist place, one amongst the Mainamati ruins.
3.Mahasthangarh in Bogra
It is the most ancient urban archaeological structure of Bangladesh, at the bank of river Karatoya. The fortified centre of the city is rectangular in shape. There are now several hillocks and structural ruins inside the area. Of these, the Jiat Kunda, Mankalir Dhap (place sacred to Mankali), Parasuramer Basgriha (palace of Parasuram), Bairagir Bhita ,Khodar Pathar Bhita, etc. are remarkable. But the most important evidence of this place is a limestone piece, bearing six lines in Prakrit in Brahmi script.
Locally known as Sagar Kannya (Daughter of the Sea) is a rare scenic beauty spot on the southernmost tip of Bangladesh. Kuakata in Latachapli union under Kalapara Police Station of Patuakhali district is about 30 km in length and 6 km in breadth. It is 70 km from Patuakhali district headquarters and 320 km from Dhaka.
Rows of mountains all around and occasional white cotton-like clouds. It is as if you are standing on the shores of a lake of white clouds in a green kingdom. Surely you are wondering if such a beautiful scene like a dream can be seen in reality at all? And even if you can see, you may have to go to a faraway unknown country. But the surprising thing is that there is such a Meghpuri in our beloved motherland Bangladesh whose name is Sajek Valley.
Sajek is located in the Rangamati district of southeastern Bangladesh. Mizoram in India is only eight kilometers away from Sajak. The high mountains around Sajek have fallen in both India and Bangladesh. However, if you want to go to Sajek from Dhaka, you have to go to Khagrachhari town, 271 km away from Dhaka.