Sreemangal Resort । Tourist Spot । Where To Eat । How To Go । ETC
Welcome to Sreemangal Upazila of Moulvibazar district of Sylhet division. Do travel to Srimangal to have a great experience. Sreemangal Resort
Sreemangal is an Upazila in Moulvibazar district in the Sylhet division of Bangladesh. Moulvibazar at the north-eastern end and Hail-haor at the south-west end of this region. Sreemangal Sridas and Mangaldas were the first to settle here on the banks of the Hail-haor. It was ruled by the Aryan period, the Muslim period, the Mughal period, the British period and it was also witnessed Pakistani annexation, the war of liberation. Sreemangal’s Tea industry-based economy is quite famous throughout the country and it has a great historical value. you can find Tea gardens all over Sylhet in Bangladesh. So the main economic sources of this region are tea gardens and pineapple gardens. The weather and climate of Sreemangal is known as the coldest and rain-prone area of Bangladesh. However, Sreemangal is temperate all year round. Sreemangal has 9 unions.
How to go-
Whenever you want to go Sreemangal, search on the home page of our website by selecting the name of the area and where to go (Sreemangal). 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-
Bangladesh Tea Research Institute –
Bangladesh Tea Research Institute (BTRI) is located at Sreemangal. The Pakistan Tea Board established this tea research station in East Pakistan in 1952. The Bangladesh Tea Research Center has located just 2 km from the main town of Sreemangal. This is called BTRI for short.
Lawachara National Park-
The entrance to the national park is on the west side of the Srimangal-Bhanugach (Kalamganj) road, 10 km from the tea town of Sreemangal. Nilkantha Tea Cabin’s 7 layer Tea- If you take a rickshaw from Sreemangal town to Kalighat Road, you will see a big signboard saying Nilkantha Tea Cabin. Many people know about the seven-layer tea in the glass found there.
Baikka Beel is the name of a lake of about 100 hectares east of Hail Haor in Sreemangal. Various types of birds can be seen in Baikka Beel.
Lemon Garden Resort-
The Lawachara Lemon Garden Resort is fascinating for the best honeymoon in Sreemangal.
Other places of interest:
- Bangladesh Tea Board Project Implementation Unit.
- 40 tea gardens.
- Nirmai Shivbari.
- Various Khasia capitals.
- Sitesh Babu Zoo.
- Baikka Beel Sanctuary in Hail Haor.
- Kachari house.
- Auliya Mosque.
Where to spend the night- Sreemangal Resort.
- You can rent a hotel room starts from 200tk to as much as you can. Among numerous hotels- Grand Sultan Tea Resort and Golf, Sreemangal, Western Plaza (Residential), Rest in Hotel, Nisarg Nirab Eco Cottage, Hotel Sonar Bangla, Raja Rest House, Hotel Al Rahman, Hotel Paprika etc. are reputed some.
- You can book a room – booking room.
Where to eat- Sreemangal Resort.
- Srimangal’s food? ———> seven layer Tea is quite popular in this city. The most popular food here is rice, pulses, chicken, duck and goat meat. In sreemangal, you can find food in different restaurants, cafes and hotels just two steps away.
Favourite Shopping –
- There are some shopping malls in Srimangal where you can do shopping as you want.
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 Sreemangal 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 at Sreemangal is open 24 hours a day. You will get the bus address by scrolling down.
- At every station in sreemangal, you can easily find hotels to stay. You can book a room by entering the link above.
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