Bangladesh is a small country having a total area of 147570 sq km. Although it is a small country, it is enriched with natural beauty and resources. Those who love nature and natural beauty come here to take pleasure. Every year thousands of people come from various countries to see Bangladesh and to know Bangladesh. Visitors come here to learn from nature, to see awesome creations and to know about wild lives. Amongst those places Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach, the Shundarbans, Srimongal Tea Garden, Jaflong, Rangamati, Bandarban, Paharpur Buddha Vihara and so on are well known worldwide.
Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach is the world’s largest sea beach having length of 120 km. You would like to ride bike on this continuous 120 km sea beach. Tidal wave of Bangaposhagor, and its roar will obviously take the attention of the tourists. You can also take sun bath on the beach. Visit Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach, and take chance to see the reddish sun at setting and rising position from close distance.
The Shundarbans is the largest mangrove forest of the world. This is the land of rare plants and animals. You can see Royal Bengal Tiger, a lot of deer, monkeys, and elephants and so on. The real beauty of Shundarbans is the Shundori tree which is really exceptional. Various types of birds always charm the tourists.
Srimangal is one of the hilly districts of Sylhet division. This place is famous for tea gardens. Series of tea plants looks really beautiful and you will be amazed at a single look. You can also take the chance to drink Seven Layered tea here. This is really exceptional and rare. To take the real taste of tea there is no other options than to come here.
Jaflong is the border area of Sylhet division. This place is known as land of stone. The Mari River is the nearby river. This river is well known to all due to transparent glass like river water. You can see the ground of river from the top of water.
In fine, it can be said that if you love nature, love natural beauty and especially green field you must not forget to visit those places of Bangladesh. For more information you can visit http://tourbd24.blogspot.com/.
Source by Ananta Modak