Bichanakandi Piyain River, Sylhet

Bichanakandi is one of the most attractive places to visit in Sylhet. It is located at Rustampur union of Gowainghat upazila of Sylhet district. Bichanakandi is a stone quarry, like other two famous stone quarries of Bholaganj and Jaflong in Sylhet. There are rocks and stones scattered here and there in Bichanakandi. It looks as if someone has spread a bed of stones. Water is rushing over the white cool stone bed into the Piyain River.

Utma Chora : A Secluded Tourist Place in Sylhet

Utma chora Sylhet

Utma Chora is a wonderful tourist destination near Bholaganj Zero Point, on the northern border of Sylhet in Bangladesh. This secluded intersection of hills and rivers has recently begun to attract more tourists. Most of those who visit Bholaganj Shada Pathor also visit Utma Chora.

Gulshan Lake Park

Gulshan Lake Park, Dhaka.

Gulshan Lake Park Gulshan Lake Park is a wonderful park in the most elite area of ​​Dhaka city, where the people of the city go for a walk to spend some time with recreation and get peace of mind. The park is located between Gulshan and Banani areas and a five-minute walk north of Gulshan Circle-2. Gulshan Lake Park occupies one of the most beautiful lakes in Dhaka city. Especially …

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Baldha Garden : A Century of Tradition

Camellia Japonica in Baldha Garden, Dhaka

Baldha Garden is a renowned botanical garden, located at Wari area of the old part of Dhaka city. Narendra Narayan Roy Chowdhury, a landlord of Baldha, started construction of the park in 1909, on 3.38 acres of land. Construction took about 8 years to complete. The garden has about 15,000 trees of 672 species, according to Banglapedia, the national encyclopedia of Bangladesh.

Sajek Valley Travel: Know Before You Go

Sajek Valley, watching clouds

Sajek Valley is the highest tourist destination, in shape and fame, in Bangladesh. It surpasses all other tourist spots in thrills and popularity. So, Sajek tour is at the top of the list of every nature-loving traveler.

This article contains a complete guide to your Sajek Valley trip, as well as a selection of recent photos.

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