Jessore Tourist Place । Where Spend The Night । Where To Eat । And How To Go
Welcome to Jessore district of Khulna division.
Jessore is an important district in the Khulna Division of southern Bangladesh. Jhenaidah and Magura districts on the north, Satkhira district on the southeast, Khulna district on the south and Narail district on the east. There are various theories behind the naming of Jessore, among which many believe that the growth of the region was due to the abduction of wealth and fame in Gaur. Hence the origin of the name Jessore from the abducted josh( fame). Jessore is the 13th largest district in Bangladesh in terms of the administrative structure. Administrative Areas of Jessore- There are 6 Upazilas. It is a very ancient town because around 1450 AD, Pir Khan Jahan Ali along with twelve Auliyas established the main centre for propagating Islam at Murli. The main source of economy of Jessore is fish farming. Besides, there are Benapole land port, Nawapara trade centre, Podkhali flower capital.
There are innumerable rivers like Bhairab river, Kopotakkho river, Betna river, Chitra river, Harihar river, Jhapa river, Bangabandhu floating bridge etc. Among the notable personalities are Sanatan Goswami, Michael Madhusudan Dutt, Golam Mostafa (poet of Muslim Renaissance), Dinesh Chandra Chattopadhyay, Kohinoor Akhter Suchanda etc. has numerous public and private educational institutions (Jessore University of Science and Technology, Medical College, District School, Polytechnic Institute, Dawood Public School, etc.).
How to go-
Whenever you want to go Jessore, search on the home page of our website by selecting the name of the area and where to go (Destination). You will find our website (kemnejabo.com), bus counter location and phone number, bus fare, bus type (AC / non-AC) and all information.
Places of interest –
From Sadar, you can reach Benapole land port in Sharsha Upazila by bus, private car or auto. In addition to commodity trade, hundreds of travellers travel between the two countries on this land route every day. It is located at a distance of 60 km from Kolkata city. About 90 percent of the trade between the two countries is executed at Benapole.
A floating bridge over the Jhapa Baor in Monirampur, Jessore. Its length is about 1300 feet. The floating bridge can be reached from Jessore Sadar bus stand by local transport and finally Rajganj Bazar.
Shrine of Bir Shrestha Nur Mohammad-
Nur Mohammad was martyred on 5 September 1971 at Goalhati village in Jessore district. Birshreshtha Nur Mohammad’s Mazar is situated at a very short distance at Kashipur of sharsha Upazila in Jessore.
Mirza Safsikhan was appointed faujdar of Jessore in 1849. He was the son of Subedar Shah Shuja Sha of Bengal’s brother in law. There are 4 rooms, a well, 4 domes etc. in the hammam built in imitation of Mughal architecture. Mirzanagar Hammamkhana is located at a distance of 6 km from Keshabpur Upazila.
Keshabpur in Jessore is home to about 400 black-faced Hanuman, hence the area known as Hanuman Village.
Deul of Bharat-
Bharat Deul is located on the banks of the river at Gaurighona in Keshabpur Upazila of Jessore district. There are mangas, temples and also 94 rooms can be found.
The Collectorate building located in Jessore district is more popular as one of the entertainment centres of the town. Here you will see ponds, marigolds, chrysanthemums, dahlias, sunflowers, blue stars, roses, cosmos, zinnia, colourful flowers, bricklaying paths, seating benches, free wifi facilities etc.
Jess Garden Park-
Jess Garden Park is located in a beautiful and secluded environment near Bahadurpur High School, just 3 km from Jessore city. Other recreational facilities at Jess Garden Park include a sports playground, children’s park, nagordola, chair wheel, horse wheel, mini train, paddle boat, prayer place, canteen and more.
Gadkhali flower capital-
Gadkhali is the flower capital of Bangladesh. It is located 16 km from Jessore district town towards Benapole. Flower cultivation here includes tuberose, rose, gladiolus and so many flowers.
Chanchra Shiva Temple-
The Chanchra Shiva Temple, located at Chanchra village in Jessore Upazila, is a 322-year-old historical architectural monument.
Michael Madhusudan Dutt’s house in Madhupalli-
The post bungalow of the district council was named after Michael Madhusudan Dutt’s house in Sagardari village in Jessore.
Other places of interest:
- Chanchra zamindar house,
- Jessore Institute,
- Jessore Institute Public Library,
- Flower bed,
- Tapas cottage,
- Binodia Park,
- Laldighi Etc.
Where to spend the night-
- You can rent a hotel room starts from 200tk to as much as you can. Among numerous hotels-
- Jessore Circuit House,
- LGED Bhaban,
- Zila Parishad BD,
- Zila Parishad BD Hall Guest House,
- Post Bungalow adjacent to Zila Parishad Office,
- Rest House, Upazila Post Bungalow,
- Atithishala, Guest House Bengal Textiles, etc. are some famous names.
- You can book a room – booking room.
Where to eat –
- Food of Jessore? ———>is Famous for fresh fish in this town. The food that is more popular here is various fish, foreign goods from port etc.
- In Jessore, you can find food in different restaurants, cafes and hotels just two steps away.
Favourite Shopping –
- M. A Taleb Super Market,
- B Block Bazar New Town,
- New Market,
- Municipal Hawkers,
- Pineapple Market,
- Kadamtali Bazar etc.
- Do shopping in this city with joy.
Where can I get a vehicle? Where is the counter? What do I do if I don’t get a vehicle? Can I have a vehicle at night? Can I have a place to stay? Will the restaurant be open?
- Whenever you come to Jessore or wherever you live, you can easily reach your destination. You will find counters at all stations. Each station has different bus counters. Contact them to find your destination address.
- To find your counter, contact us by collecting the bus counter number below and we will give you specific information.
- Transportation system is open 24 hours a day. You will get the bus address by scrolling down.
- At every station in Jessore, you can easily find hotels to stay. You can book a room by entering the link above.
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