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Ratargul Swamp Forest

Travelers enter Ratargul forest riding such a small dinghi boat through the gaps of the trees.

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 is called the “Sundarbans of Sylhet”. There are only 22 peat swamp forests in the whole world, one of which is Ratargul. As a result, Ratargul tops the list of destinations for tourists visiting Sylhet.

Where The Path Ends

where 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.

Floating Guava Market, Jhalokati

floating guava market Jhalokati

Guava orchards cover a wide area of Jhalokati, Barisal and Pirojpur districts. So, many markets have sprung up to sell guavas. The strange thing is, those markets are floating in the water. Among them, Bhimruli is the largest floating guava market, built at the mouth of three canals, 15 km from the district town of Jhalokati.

Panthumai Waterfall

Wild water of Panthumai waterfall near Pangthumai village

If you love a calm river, its crystal clear water, the solitude of the mountains and at the same time if you like to listen to the endless song of a drunken fountain, then Panthumai in Sylhet is for you. There are plenty of places to visit in Bangladesh, but there are no such beautiful waterfalls anywhere else.

Nuhash Polli

Nuhash Polli, Gazipur. নুহাশ পল্লী, গাজীপুর।

Nuhash Polli is a picnic spot located at Pirujali village, 25 km away from Gazipur district headquarter, near Dhaka. At present, Nuhash Polli covers an area of about 40 bighas. The late popular novelist Humayun Ahmed built the garden house Nuhash Polli as his family entertainment and shooting spot.

The Amazing Lovachora

Lovachora, Sylhet

Lovachora is one of the most attractive places to visit in Sylhet. The Lovachora Tourist area is made up of a river of 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, the tomb of Miraping Shah, antiquities of Mughal kings and queens, an ancient Dighi and a stone quarry. In the northeastern border area of Bangladesh, several clear water rivers have flowed through the Meghalaya and Khasia-Jainta hills. The river Lova is one of them. The source of Lova and Surma rivers is the same. Here the intense love of the blue sky with the mountains, with the floating clouds and the clear water of the river fills the minds of the visitors.

Bholaganj Sada Pathor

Sada Pathor Bholaganj Sylhet

‘Sada Pathor’ [সাদা পাথর] is a Bangla word meaning 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.

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