27 AMAZING MUST VISIT UNIQUE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, THINGS TO DO AND PLACES TO SEE IN BANGLADESH

Nestled between India, Nepal and Myanmar, lies the unique country of Bangladesh – a country that very few tourists know about. In fact, most of the expats living, visiting or residing here usually do so in the course of fulfilling their work related obligations.

These very same expats usually return home to tell tantalizing tales – tales about the land of smiles, the land of the royal Bengal tiger, the season of kites battling each other in the sky, the paradise waiting for bird-watchers to visit, the acres and acres of tea gardens mingling with waterfalls nearby, the numerous tribal villages with their unique customs and way of life, the longest beach in the world – the list goes on and on.

Today we will be walking you through the best of what Bangladesh has to offer. Trust us; by the end of this piece, you’ll be itching to look into the best flight deals to Bangladesh ASAP!

 

01: SOULFUL SERENITY AT THE HILL TRACTS OF RANGAMATI

I’m starting off with Rangamati, because I have the fondest memories of this place during my adolescent years. Just a couple of hours away by road from the port city of Chittagong, this serene place will capture your heart and your interest and keep it!

rangamati
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Amazing local hill-tract cuisine at Peda Ting Ting island restaurant, the “Hanging Bridge”, taking a serene boat ride around Kaptai Lake, Shuvolong Waterfalls, Chakma Rajbari (old palace of the Chakma Tribal Chief), Rajban Bihar Pagoda and many more!

 

02: BLISSFUL LAKE RIDES AT GORGEOUS KAPTAI

Located near Rangamati, Kaptai is Bangladesh’s largest artificial lake, created in the 1960s for a hydroelectric project. This beautiful lake is dotted with small islands and the mysterious green waters lend a serene feel to the surroundings. The Kaptai sub-district is a part of the Rangamati District of the Chittagong division and therefore a trip to Rangamati is incomplete without a side trip to Kaptai.

kaptai lake
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Exploring the serenity of the lake by taking a boat ride in the green waters, visiting the many tribal villages, Kaptai town center for a taste of the local life, produce and cuisine, and many more!

 

03: CHASING THE SUNSHINE AT COX’S BAZAR

Despite being the “longest beach in the world”, Cox’s Bazar remains relatively unrushed, enabling you to enjoy the tranquility of the ocean on calm days. On other days, you can witness the stormy clouds and revel in the wildness of the waves, secure in the knowledge that your hotel or resort is just a few steps away, making it convenient to shower, change and rest. Plenty of seafood restaurants offer their freshest catch up for grabs. Also, the magnificent island of St. Martin is just a short boat ride away!

cox's bazar
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coxs bazar
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Cox’s Bazar main beach, Inani beach, Himchori waterfalls, freshest available seafood, fresh coconuts, tiny red scampering crabs, ATV beach rides, parasailing, Mermaid Beach Resort, Laboni Point, Burmese Market, cruising along Marine Drive, SonadiaDwip and Pechar Dwip, Jhau Bon and many more!

 

04: REVEL IN THE CLOUD HEAVEN OF BANDARBAN

Located in the South, further down from Rangamati and Kaptai, lies the mysterious Bandarban. More commonly recognized as the “heaven of clouds”, this piece of paradise is a favorite amongst the Bangladeshi travelers. Students seeking adventure, couples seeking harmony, families seeking remarkable sights – all venture there to create some marvelous memories and capture some awe-inspiring photos.

bandarban
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bandarban chimbuk
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Camping at the mysterious Boga Lake, Nafakhum and Amiakhum Waterfalls, Rama Zadi Temple, Nilgiri (where you can frolic through the clouds!),MilonChori Viewpoint, Chimbuk Hill, Remakri, Prantik Lake, Bhelakhum, Golden Temple, Nilachal, ShoiloPropat, Bawm Market, Bamboo raft riding on River Sangu, Marma cuisine, Tribal Bazarand many more!

 

05: STEP BACK IN TIME AT THE MAINIMATI RUINS

The Buddhist ruins of Mainimati, located in the district of Comilla, make up an amazing archaeological site and have become a point of interest for several visitors over the years. These ruins hold the power to easily transport you back in time, whilst you explore the nooks and crannies to your heart’s content. If you are a history/ archaeology buff, then don’t miss out on this!

mainimati
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

The Ruins, Salban Vihara, Rupban Mura, Itakhola Mura, Mainimati-Lalmai Hills, Mainimati War Cemetery, Jagannath Temple and many more!

 

06: FLOATING GUAVA MARKET AT BARISAL

An overnight ferry (aka launch) and a short road journey away from Dhaka, lies this hidden gem of Barisal. Mostly famous for its floating guava market, the ideal time to visit Barisal is during the monsoon season when you can jump on a boat and ride the waterways. The guava market is reminiscent of the floating market in Bangkok, but here it’s just concentrating on guavas alone.

barisal guava market floating
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Floating guava market, floating rice market at Banaripara, and others!

 

07: SUNRISE AND SUNSET FROM THE SAME BEACH AT KUAKATA

Located just a short distance from Barisal town, Kuakata is famous for giving tourists the opportunity to witness sunrises and sunsets from the same spot. Along with that, the multitudes of crisp, clean and white sandy beaches are a welcome relief from the usual hussle and bussle of city life. Whilst you’re there, also don’t forget to gorge yourself on amazing local cuisine and fresh seafood!

kuakata bangladesh
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Kuakata sea beach, Lebur Chor, Kauar Chor, Red Crab Beach, Mangrove Forest, Gangamati Reserved Forest, Jhau Bon, ancient Buddhist temples, Fatra’r Chor, ShutkiPolli, and many more!

 

08: THE BATTLE OF THE KITES AT SHAKRAIN

Dhaka’s skies brighten up once a year … and that’s known as the Shakrain festival. Thousands of kites swarm the sky asthe kite fliers congregate on the rooftops of Puran Dhaka to battle it out and determine “Who’s the strongest kite of them all?” It’s a spectacular fiesta which doesn’t just consist of the kite battles in the sky – people flock to the streets to engage in colorful games, dancing, food fiestas and general merriment. The nights are fabulous with magnificent fireworks displays brightening the skies whilst youngsters engage in happening parties on the many rooftops as the DJ’s bring on the beats.

shakrain kites
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shakrain
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Trying your hand at kite flying, colorful street games, excellent authentic local food, bustling parties, dazzling fireworks and many more!

 

09: VISIT THE SHAAT GOMBUJ MASJID AT BAGHERHAAT

Home to the “ShaatGombuj Masjid”, this piece of Bangladesh is sometimes overlooked by Bangladeshis and expats because of the lack of information clearly available on the internet. However, the ShaatGombuj Masjid is actually listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site and an architectural and historical marvel, very much worth the effort to visit and check out its 60 pillars and 77 domes. Marvel at this historical beauty and then take some time to discover the nearby attractions.

60 dome mosque bagherhat
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

09 Dome Mosque, Chulakhola Mosque, 17th Century Hindu Temple Kodla Moth, Ronobijoypur Mosque, shrine of Khan Jahan Ali, and many more!

 

10: EXPLORE A SWAMPY MANGROVE FOREST AT RATARGUL

Located 21 kms from Sylhet city, this swamp forest is an incredible maze of waterways amidst sunken trees, half submerged in the swampy soil. In monsoon the water level rises and submerged most of the tree  trunks (almost 20-0 feet!), which eave only the tops of the trees exposed. The best and only way to explore Ratargul is by hiring a small local boat once you get there. Try to start off early in the morning to beat the crowds and be on the lookout for undisturbed wildlife.

ratargul swamp forest
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Exploring the beautiful forest on wooden boats, bird watching, wildlife spotting, Gowain River,Ratargul Swamp Forest Tower and more!

 

11: DISCOVER BRONZE METAL WORKSHOPS AND POTTERY MAKING AT DHAMRAI

If you’re interested in the artisan way of life and artisan products, then a visit to Dhamrai will give you the opportunity to visit remote villages where artisans work at creating amazing metallic works of art, with bronze using the lost-wax technique. Peer into the lives of these families, whose way of living has remained unchanged for generations and perhaps try your hand at metal crafting or pottery making. Located an hour away from Dhaka, Dhamrai is easy to get to and could very well be an interesting destination for a day trip.

Pottery in Kaalipur
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dhamrai metal workshop
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Balia Zamindar House, Dhamrai pottery industry, DhamraiRath Yatra, Dhamrai metals arts and crafts area, Dhamrai Bazar Jame Masjid, National Martyrs Monument in Savar, Kakran village and more!

 

12: SPOTTING THE ROYAL BENGAL TIGER AND OTHER ENDANGERED WILDLIFE AT SUNDARBANS

If you haven’t heard of the magnificent Sundarbans, you’ve clearly been living under a rock and it’s time to come out of hiding! This magnificent forest was also nominated as one of the 07 Natural Wonders of the World a few years ago and came close to winning that title. Currently an UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sundarbans isalso the natural habitat of the infamous Royal Bengal Tiger, and that’s not all. An abundance of wildlife – mammals, insects, reptiles and rare birds call this place home. Missing out on this wonderful destination would be a travesty!

royal bengal tiger sundarban
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Dublar Char, Kotka Beach, Karamjal, Hiron Point, Tin Kona Island, Kochikhali, Mandarbaria, Tiger Point, Netidhopani, Sudhanyakhali Watch Tower, Kanak, Sajnekhali Watch Tower, enjoy the Rash Mela during the honey gathering festival, Tiger Reserve, Halliday Island, Kapil Muni Temple, Crocodile Sanctuaryand many more!

 

13: TURQUOISE LAKES AND CERAMIC HILLS AT BIRISHIRI

Birishiri is one of those underrated attractions in Bangladesh that even Bangladeshis don’t hear about, till they are in their late twenties! However, once you’ve glimpsed that turquoise blue water amidst the surrounding ceramic hills, it suddenly moves to numerouno on your “Places to see ASAP” list! However, do ensure that you visit in the winter months of December/ January to catch that beautiful water color. We made the mistake of visiting in the monsoon season and found slightly muddy water.

Read about my Birishiri Trip HERE

birishiri
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Birishiri Lake, Ceramic hill, ShomeshwariRiver, Tribal area of Hazong people and Garo village, orange forest, gajarie forest, KongshaRiver, Ranikhong church, Christian missionandmany more!

 

14: SPEND A STARRY NIGHT ON A BOAT AT TANGUAR HAOR

Amongst the few waterways in Bangladesh that you should not even consider missing, TanguarHaor sits right up there, claiming the top-most spot. Bird lovers will enjoy the serenity and tranquility, whilst deeply appreciating the opportunity to witness and spot the many migratory birds here. Owing to its underrated popularity with international and local tourists alike, TanguarHaor is still relatively untouched, thereby enabling a relaxing experience without the hustle and bustle of other tourists.

tanguar haor
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tanguar haor bangladesh
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Renting a liveaboard boat for a couple of days to explore the Haor, enjoy spotting migratory birds, explore the tiny villages scattered in and around the Haor and last, but not least, spend a night (or more!) on the water under the starry skies, breathing in the fresh, unpolluted air.

 

15: ENJOY THE FRESHEST SEAFOOD AT ST MARTIN’S

Located a short distance by boat/ ferry from Cox’s Bazar, this tiny island is paradise for nature and sea lovers. Countless videos on Youtube are testament to the natural scenic beauty that this island has to offer. An important point to note is that the electricity is usually off after 10:00 p.m. at night, which ensures that you can undisturbedly enjoy an unobstructed view of the milky way and stars on dark nights, and revel in the silvery rays of the moon on moonlit nights. And, did we mention, the seafood here is amongst the best and freshest in the world?

saint martin
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Exploring the island on foot, enjoying the clear emerald hues of the sea, checking out the coral formations, go scuba diving, enjoy fresh seafood and devour lobsters, relax and stare at the sky during the nights, relax by the beach with sweet coconuts, check out the fishermen’s catches and discover their way of life and many more!

 

16: RIDE A PADDLE STEAMER (ROCKET) LIKE THE OLDEN DAYS

Nostalgia is a powerful emotion – we all know and feel it strongly. Thankfully, the current generation of locals and expats can still experience at least one such experience that they may have heard their grandparents discuss or even come across in old books or historical movies: the opportunity to take a ride on a Rocket Paddle Steamer down the waterways, just like the olden golden days.

Combine this with your trip to the Floating Guava Market at Barisal, as mentioned above. An ideal way to enjoy the full experience would be: Take the overnight ferry to Barisal, explore Barisal, and then return to Dhaka during the daytime by taking a ride on a Paddle Steamer (Rocket). Alternatively, if you wish, you can also partake of this ride during your visit to the Sundarbans!

Advance booking is strongly recommended as tickets tend to sell out fast. Contact us if you require booking tips, etc. and we will be happy to help!

rocket paddle steamer
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Enjoying the lovely scenery whilst you float down the river, reveling in the knowledge that you are in a 100 Year old Paddle Steamer (Rocket), which has hidden stories embedded in the walls; experiencing the organized chaos at Dhaka Sadarghat (the departure and arrival points for the ferries and the Steamer boats), and more!

 

17: CHECK OUT THE LALON FESTIVAL AT KUSHTIA

Home to the Shrine of the famous Lalon Fakir, whose music has bewitched millions of folk-song lovers and whose ideals and theologies still garner a strong following, Kushtia is an…”interesting” experience. The Lalon Festival usually happens a few times a year, with folk artists performing covers and originals, whilst adhering to the genre. Although marijuana is more or less freely available here and you will notice many Sadhus holding court with their followers and partaking of, ahem, substances which may or may not be illicit in nature; we advise you to not indulge or partake – instead, take this opportunity to simply observe your surroundings, listen to the music and enjoy the experience.

Also don’t forget to enjoy the night mela (market festival) at the Lalon grounds, and gorge yourself silly on the many goodies and dudh chai (milk tea) options available. We recommend getting there at least a day early to allow your body enough time to rest and, if possible, take a leisurely boat ride and enjoy the sunset!

lalon festival kushtia
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

The Lalon Festival, boat ride to watch the sunset, Lalon Shah’s Mazar, Rabindranath Tagore’s Shilaidaha Kuthibari, Tagore Lodge, Jhaudia Mosque, Katra Kasjid and many more!

 

18: SHOP LIKE CRAZY FOR SAREES AT TANGAIL

If you’re anything like me, then shopping would also comprise of a major part of your ideal travel itinerary – and the focus would be on local products rather than designer brands. Sarees are a traditional outfit choice for the women in Bangladesh and still remain the primary selection during formal events such as weddings, receptions, public appearances, traditional festivals and even during formal office meetings. The saree lends its wearer a touch of elegance combined with maturity and class – an irresistible combination. Tangail sarees are famous in Bangladesh – and although you can purchase them in Dhaka as well (at inflated prices, naturally!), we recommend that you head to Tangail directly to experience how the sarees are produced and to purchase them at dirt cheap prices.

Also, did we mention, Tangail itself is brimming with several other amazing attractions?

tangail saree
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Mohera Jomidar Bari, Jamuna River Side, Atiya Jame Masjid, Dhanbari Nawab Palace, Pakutia Zamindar Bari, Elenga Resort, Jamuna Resort, Porir Dalan, enjoy the amazing sweets called Chom-chom, and many more!

 

19: EXPLORE THE LUSH TEA GARDENS OF SYLHET AND SREEMONGOL

Fan of lush tea gardens, waterfalls, indigenous tribes, lakes and clouds that pass by so close that you can almost touch them? Then Sylhet and Sreemongol must simply be included in your Bangladesh itinerary!

Imagine acres and acres of hilly tea gardens with workers traditionally handpicking tea, monkeys running around, fields of lemon and pineapple trees – Sylhet and Sreemongol is made up of all these and more!

tea garden
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Lawachara Rainforest, Madhabkunda Waterfalls, Hakaluki Haor, Reema Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary, Monipuri Tribal village, drinking the famous 7 – layer tea (each having a different color, in the same glass!), discover ancient palaces, temples and mosques at the neighbouring Habiganj, Jaglong and Lalakhal, Manipuri Raas Festival, Rajkandi Reserve Forest, Ham-Ham waterfalls, and many more!

 

20: AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS AND ALMOST EXTINCT HOLLOCK GIBBONS AT LAWACHARA FOREST

Although situated in the aforementioned Sreemangal itself, it would be a crime to not mention Lawachara Forest on its own. Popularized by the famous Hollywood movie “Around the World in 80 Days” where a segment of the movie was shot on the famous railway track running through the forest, this place is also an ideal location to spot upto 460 species of rare wildlife, birds and plants. The main attraction here, however, is the almost-extinct Hollock Gibbons. Hopefully you will be lucky enough to spot them!

lawachara railway
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Hollock Gibbons, the famous railway track featured in “Around the World in 80 Days”, upto 460 species of rare wildlife, plants, birds and flowers, interesting tribal villages inside and around the rainforest and more!

 

21: FROLIC WITH THE BOULDERS IN THE WATER AT BICHANAKANDI AND PANTUMAI

Monsoon is often not hailed as the best season to travel. However, this is one location where you can experience the true beauty in the monsoon. Prepare yourself for lazy, soulful days amidst lush greenery and calm waters. Read more about my Bichanakandi Trip HERE. This spot, despite being a boulder mining quarry, is nestled between hills on both sides and an amazing waterfall to complement and complete the perfect destination photo.

bichanakandi
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Bisnakandi rocks, amazing and serene boat rides on top of the boat, Pangthumai and many more!

 

22. ARCHAEOLOGICAL FANS CAN REJOICE AT RAJSHAHI

If you are an archaeology buff, definitely do not miss out on the attractions Rajshahi has to offer, even if you cannot find time to visit the aforementioned Mainimati Ruins in Comilla. Rajshahi has a lot to offer – starting from the enormous range of historical temples at Puthia, the medieval stone Kusumba Mosque, the 8th century Buddhist monastery Somapura Mahavihara located at Paharpur and the 3rd Century city of Mahasthangarh. We strongly recommend at least a few days to allow yourself ample time to visit these attractions and to avoid rushing through them all.

rajshahi
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Puthia temples, Kusumba Mosque, Somapura Mahavihara, Mahasthangarh, river islands on Jamuna river at neighbouring Bogra, Godagari Royal Palace, Bagha Mosque, Porsha Royal Palace, Rajshahi Sugar mills, checking out the Rajshahi silk industry and many more!

 

23: GET FLABBERGASTED BY THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF PURAN DHAKA

Located with Dhaka itself, the old city of Dhaka (more commonly known and recognized as “Puran Dhaka”, is a medley of sights, sounds, smells and feels which can often be a shock to the senses. Puran Dhaka can be easily covered within one day and best visited during the winter – the heat in the summer can actually make you feel a little faint. Since Puran Dhaka is a foodie’s paradise, it’s always best to go with a local guide who knows the best spots for the best delicacies. Prepare to ditch your car and explore the narrow streets on foot and through rickshaws, check out the old traditional buildings and hear the stories about them, speak to locals and take photos with smiling kids – peek into the lives of the people here, if only for a day!

puran dhaka
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puran dhaka food
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Food, food and more food! Also – intriguing stories and traditional customs, smiling and curious faces, narrow streets which may be grimy…but will provide you with the true authentic experience that a true traveler will crave.

 

24: DISCOVER THE VILLAGE OF DREAMS AT SAJEK VALLEY

Sajek Valley has very recently emerged as a tourist hot-spot and has done wonders in winning over everyone’s hearts, owing to the amazing scenery and chilled out vibes that it has to offer. You will love the unique rides in the different “Chaander Gari” which are available, the twists and turns of the mountain roads, the bicycle rides through clouds – I really can’t describe Sajek Valley for you; it’s a place you have to see and experience for yourself.

sajek valley
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Mountainous roads of Sajek Valley, sunsets from the helipad, beautiful sunrises, trekking to Konglak Para, brightest stargazing during clear nights, Sikam Toisa Waterfall, unexplored Atu Tila cave, Richchang waterfall, 100 year old Banyan trees, Mohalchchori Lake, Debotar Pukur, Sajek Resort, Meghalaya Resort, Runmoy Resort, Kajalong Resort, Hazajhara fountain, Dighinala hanging bridge, Dighinala Banbihar, Rishong fountain, Marissa Valley and many more!

 

25: DELVE INTO INTRIGUING HISTORY AT LALBAGH FORT

A 17th century incomplete Mughal palace fortress located in Dhaka, this is a visit worthy place even if you’re in Dhaka just for a day. Located in Puran Dhaka, this fort has several underground passages to explore, gorgeous grounds with monuments to explore, and a massive mosque located close by as well. If you visit this place with a local guide, you can also enjoy listening to the history of Lalbagh Fort.

lalbagh kella
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Neighbouring Puran Dhaka, Parliament building, Ahsan Manzil, Lalbagh Fort Museum, tomb of Bibi Pari and many more!

 

26: LET THE OLD WALLS TELL YOU THEIR TALES IN SONARGAON PANAM CITY

The historical city of Panam Nagar, Sonargaon lies a mere 1.5 hours away from Dhaka and is relatively easy to get to. Panam Nagar is also commonly referred to as the “Old Capital”. A city in ruins. Literally. In the Old Capital itself, expect to find a narrow road with dilapidated buildings on each side. There are roughly 50 or so buildings covering the entire area, all of them in varying stages of decay. There are no “fancy” restaurants in the vicinity, but tiny cafes where you can stop to have lunch. Remember to ask locals for their restaurant recommendations.

Read more about Feetpin’s trip to Sonargaon Panam City HERE

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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Sonargaon Folk Arts Museum, Museum grounds, balloon shooting, traditional tea made with pure cow’s milk, Sardar Bari and lake and many more!

 

27: IMMERSE YOURSELF IN SILENCE AT NIJHUM DWIP

If you are tired of the noisy and hectic city life and want to head somewhere where you can find complete silence, Nijhum Dwip is an excellent option. Located in the deep blue waters of the Bay of Bengal, this off-shore island is situated between Noakhali and Bhola in the Noakhali district. Getting there is a bit of a challenge, which is probably why it has not yet attained that level of popularity or fame. However, travelers who have braved the journey, visited the island and lived to tell the tale have all given outstanding reviews. Nijhum Dwip is an unique place where you can uniquely experience both the vibes of the Sunbardans and the simplicity of St. Martin’s Island (both of which are mentioned above).

nijhum dwip
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nijhum dwip deer
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Attractions here include, but are not limited to:

Deer watching, Chowdhorir khal, bird watching and wildlife spotting, local and sea fishing, experiencing the mangrove forest, visiting Ballar Char, Kamlar Char, Char Osman, Char Muri, living with locals and living the simple life, Hatia Channel, gorgeous sunsets over the water, Komolar Dwip, Choakhali beach, Namar Bazar beach, Kobirajer Chor, Domar Chor, water buffaloes grazing and many more!

ARE THERE ANY OTHER SPOTS YOU WOULD RECOMMEND WE ADD TO THE LIST? LET US KNOW IN THE COMMENTS BELOW!

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