Here are the best places to visit in Bangladesh:
1. Cox’s Bazar
This is the third longest beach on the planet and you will find local fishermen reeling in the day’s catch.
As well as bubbling rock pools and crashing turquoise waves that make this a great spot for surfing.
Spilling out into the Bay of Bengal is Cox’s Bazar, an area covered in salty fishing skiffs and bustling jetties.
This little town in the far south-east of Bangladesh is known for its stunning beach.
Which stretches for an amazing 120 kilometers from north to south along the side of the balmy Indian Ocean.
Source : Wikipedia
It is said the name Sreemangal (or Srimangal) is named after Sri Das and Mangal Das; two brothers who settled on the banks of the Hail Haor.
A copper plate of Raja Marundanath from the 11th century was found in Kalapur. During an excavation at Lamua, an ancient statue of Ananta Narayan was dug out.
In 1454, the Nirmai Shiva Bari was built and still stands today. Srimangal thana was established in 1912.
The central town later became a pourashava in 1935. In 1963, two peasants were killed by police officers which kicked off the Balishira peasant riots.
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