Sent Martin is the Earth Heaven of the world which is situated in Bangladesh. It is the best tourist spot of Bangladesh. Where Sea, Green Earth and Blue Water are made an wonderful combination, its beauty is not describable. I am proud to born in Bangladesh. It is the Dream Heaven of the world.
Monday, January 2, 2012
Saturday, December 10, 2011
Name of the lake: Kaptai Lake
Kaptai Lake is on of the wonderful tourist's spots for the nature lovers. Kaptai Lake is an artificial Lake in South-Eastern point of Bangladesh. Biggest artificial Lake in the south Asia. Kaptai Lake is a byproduct of Kaptai Dam of Kaptai Badh on the Karnaphuli River. It is a consequence of Karnaphuli Hydro-Electric project.
Monday, December 5, 2011
Name of the Zoo: Dhaka Zoo
Position: Dhaka, Mirpur-1
Dhaka Zoo is the most famous tourist destination of Dhaka city, the capital of Bangladesh. It regards 16 km beginning the Centro of Dhaka capital. About 10,000 visitors visit this Zoo every day. with the number increasing during the weekends. The Zoo contains many native and non-native animals and wild life.The Zoo Established in 1974, The 37 year old Zoo is located on 186 acres of land in the Mirpur area of the city, and is home to approximately 2,200 animals of 157 species. There are 61 species of birds, 57 species of mammals, 28 species of fish and 11 species of reptiles.
The zoo exhibits 57 species are mammals, including elephant, cheetah, rhinoceros, zebra, waterbuck, otter, hyena, deer, giraffes, impala, black bear, tapir, hippo, lion and many different species of monkeys, as well as chimpanzees and baboons. The majestic Royal Bengal Tigers are a highlight of the Dhaka Zoo-which is fitting, seeing as it is the national animal of Bangladesh. Many of the animals, including the zebras, giraffes, impalas, hippos, waterbuck and rhinoceros were brought to Bangladesh from South Africa and have adapted well to their new surroundings. The hippo enclosure contains a sizable lake covered in aquatic greenery that the hippos seem to thoroughly enjoy.
Bangladesh is one of the few countries in South Asia, which remains to be explored. Bangladesh has a delicate and distinctive attraction of its own to offer and it is definitely not a tourist haunt like Nepal or India. Bangladesh is like a painter's dream come true with a rich tapestry of colors and texture. The traditional emphasis of the tourist trade has always been on the material facilities offered by a country rather than on its actual charms. This may be a reason why Bangladesh has seldom been highlighted in the World's tourist maps.
What to see:
Sitakundu (Shitakundu Eco-park) The famous Chandranath Temple & Buddhist temples are in Sitakundu, 37Km for from Chittagong city. Famous among the many temples in this place, the Chandranath Temple and the Buddhist Temple has a footprint of Lord Buddha. These places particularly the hilltops are regarded as very sacred by the Buddhists and the Hindus. Siva-chaturdashi festival is held every year in February when thousands of pilgrims assemble for the celebrations, which last about ten days. There is a salt-water spring 5Km. to the north of Sitakunda, known as Labanakhya. You can enjoy the steer ridings to go to Chandranath’s temple by walking. It is situated on the top of the hill from where you can enjoy the beauty of the sea & also the hill areas. Now in sitakunda there’s made an eco-park.
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Name of the Park: Dinajpur Shopnopuri
District Name: Dinajpur
Post Office: Abtabgonj
Shopnopuri is a one of the great beautiful artificial tourist spot in North Bengal. You can go there either from Hili or from Dinajpur. There you can enjoy your full day watching this artificial beauty.You can spend night also In Shoponopuri rest house but for that you will have to booking advance. It is an idle Picnic spot also where lots of picnic parties come every year.
Dinajpur is bounded by Panchagarh and Thakurgaon districts in the north, Gaibandha and Joypurhat districts in the south, Rangpur and Nilphamari districts in the east, and the state of West Bengal. The total area of the district is 3,437.98 Km. Annual average highest temperature 33.5°C and lowest 10.5°C. The park is a kind of theme park and is having a large area of 920 acres. The park has its different park and you need to buy ticket to enter each of the park.
You need to buy a 25 taka ticket to inter into the park. No ticket for Under 5 year After entering you will see the most beautiful artificial park of Bangladesh.
01 Zoo = 20Tk
02 Artificial Zoo = 30Tk
03 Sun = 10Tk
03 Sun = 10Tk
04 Fish World = 10Tk
05 Primeval Cave = 10Tk
06 Amazing Man = 10Tk
07 Air = 10Tk
08 Train = 10Tk
09 Tom-Tom = Negotiable
10 Wonder Wheel = 10Tk
11 Wheel = 10Tk
12 Air Tram = 30Tk
13 Rainbow = 10Tk
How to go there:
You can use Train or Bus to reach Fulbari Station.
Fulbari to Shopnopuri Park-by Auto Rickshaw-Reserve = 120-150Tk. Or per head = 20Tk.
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Situated on the bank of the River Buriganga, Dhaka is the national capital. Founded in 1608 AD as the seat of the imperial Mughal Viceroys of Bangal, is known over centuries for its silk, Muslim and pearls. Being an old city, Dhaka has many potential tourism sites to offer which include numerous Sultani, Mughal and Colonial establishments, river fronts, recently developed (before and after the liberation war of 1971) sites and surroundings etc. The National Park at Gazipur, Sonargaon (one of the oldest capital of Bangladesh), are situated 25 Km away from Dhaka.
There are three hilly Districts of Chittagong Division. The Districts is and The Chittagong hill tracts offer diversified tourist attractions ranging from fascinating tribal life, tropical evergreen forest, blue lakes and picturesque valleys. However, many of the attractions have remained virtually inaccessible. The average height of picks is around 1220 m.