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5 Reasons why you should travel
Where The Path Ends?
‘Where is the end of the path, where is the end, what is in the end?’ A philosopher poet composed this perplexed question in his song. However, the path calls for all. Do you hear that? Do you know what is the benefits of traveling? In this article, we talk about five such things. By reading this, you’ll learn why you should travel.
Natural sights in Bangladesh
Cox’s Bazar sea beach is said to be the longest unbroken beach in the world. It is the most popular tourist destination in Bangladesh. The 122 km long beach is completely sandy with mud nowhere to be found. The article covers things to do in Cox’s Bazar, what else to see nearby, information about cox's bazar hotel and all you need to know.
The world’s largest mangrove forest Sundarbans is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, confined by a net of marine streams, mud chars and small islands of mangrove forests. About one-third of the total volume of the Sundarbans is covered by rivers, creeks and beels. Sundarbans is famous as a sanctuary for Royal Bengal Tigers.
Ratargul Swamp Forest is the only freshwater swamp forest in Bangladesh and one of the most popular tourist destinations. Located near the city of Sylhet, the forest has been called 'the Sundarbans of Sylhet'. The article contains all travel information on Ratargul's fauna, plant diversity, landforms, naming history, how to get there, and more.
Malnicherra tea estate is the largest and oldest tea garden in Bangladesh and subcontinent. It is located in Sadar upazila of Sylhet district in Bangladesh. As the first commercial tea industry in Bangladesh it was started in 1854 with an area of 1,500 acres. However, the coverage of the garden has now almost doubled.
Kuakata sea beach is an amazingly scenic beach. This is the only beach in South Asia that offers both sunrise and sunset views unobstructed. Kuakata, popularly called as ‘the sea-girl’, is located on the shores of the Bay of Bengal, at Kalapara upazila in Patuakhali, the southernmost part of Bangladesh.
One of the most beautiful scenerio of Bangla is the Sajek Valley. If you’ve ever wished to roam the kingdom of clouds, you can visit Sajek Valley. Because it is called the kingdom of clouds. When you get there, you’ll feel as if you are floating over clouds. Sajek Valley located in Baghaichhari Upazila of Rangamati.
‘Sada Pathor’ means white stone. The whole area is covered with white stones, which is why the area itself is now called Sada Pathor. Nowadays it is a very popular tourist destination in Sylhet. It is located at Bholaganj in Companiganj upazila of Sylhet, on the northern border of Bangladesh.
Lovachora is an attractive tourist spot in Sylhet. It is made up of a river with crystal-clear water, a huge tea garden, rows of greenery on both sides of the road, a natural lake and fountain, a century-old hanging bridge and some antiquities of Mughal Period.
Madhabkunda Waterfall, located at Moulvibazar district in Sylhet, is known as one of the highest waterfall of Bangladesh. A water stream called Madhab Chora fell down from the Patharia hills and formed a huge hole or kunda bellow, this is how the waterfall was named 'Madhabkunda'.
Tanguar Haor is located in Sunamganj. Spread over an area of about 100 sq km, Tanguar Haor, locally called as ‘Noykuri Kandar Choykuri Beel’, is the second largest freshwater wetland in Bangladesh. After Sundarbans, it is the second Ramsar site in Bangladesh.
Hakaluki Haor is the largest haor in Bangladesh and in Asia. Located at the foothills of Meghalaya and Tripura hills, the haor covers five upazilas of Sylhet and Moulvibazar districts— Baralekha, Kulaura, Fenchuganj, Golapganj and Beanibazar. The area of Hakaluki Haor is 20,400 hectares.
Nuhash Polli is a garden house at Pirujali village, 25 km away from Gazipur district headquarters. The present area of the Polli is about 40 bighas. The late popular novelist Humayun Ahmed established this natural landscape in Gazipur near Dhaka. The writer is also lying in a corner here forever.