Meghna Village Holiday Resort is another entertainment center decorated with flowers and trees on 30 bighas of land on the right side of the road after leaving Dhaka within a kilometer after crossing Narayanganj on the Dhaka-Chittagong Highway. After crossing the Meghna Bridge, you will be seen on the side of the road. First you will see sculptures of a few elephants, tigers and deer then the main gate. At the entrance, you will be greeted by a dinosaur sculpture and an environmental message on a plaque. Quiet tidy environment beyond the entrance. The chirping of birds in the surrounding air. Like the village, the greenery is a wonderful magician. The cottages look a lot like Nepali style. Those who leave the village and live in the hustle and bustle of the busy city, if they want, they can sit in a comfortable chair at night and go back to see the canopy in a lost childhood memory. At the entrance and inside of the Meghna Village Holiday Resort in Gazaria, Munshiganj District, near the capital for entertainment and leisure, you will find baby elephants, fighting bulls, bears, giant dinosaurs, tigers, deer, snakes, vultures, geese There is also a mini zoo. Chitra deer, monkey, shy Hanuman, Kalim bird, rabbit, quail bird and crocodile are not here.
There are photography, treatments, laundry, souvenir shop, own car, Bengali and Chinese food, picnic, barbecue dinner for those who come to enjoy the entertainment and leisure. It has two huge playgrounds to weld the body a little. So you can go down to the field with the bat and ball without any hesitation. For those who love to fish, there is also a fishing system. There is even a chance to fill your stomach with instant glitter.
The resort is packed with various entertainment events including a pendulum pirate ship, paddle boat, merry-go-round, marigo round, cycling, battery car and Mickey Mouse bike. These are in exchange for a fee of 10 to 30 rupees. There is also no charge for watching the crocodiles, mini zoo birds and animals preserved here and dancing and singing at cultural events on special occasions. They have their own jamdani looms and vegetable fields. Anyone can buy these and look around again. There is no fee for visiting the projects. Other facilities include 10 AC / non AC cottages. Flower garden in front of the cottages. Air-conditioned restaurant and mailis dining, playground and two fishing ponds. Meghna Village Resort's new addition is 3D Cineplex with a capacity of 20 people. Tickets cost only 30 rupees. 50 rupees for adults and 10 rupees for children. The Birulia village, the bridge and Rajinikanth's zamindar's house are a place to be lost among the rural-ordinary people in the rural environment very close to Dhaka when the mind finds distance and observes distance due to lack of time in this busy life of Dhaka. So this time too, as I thought, I went out to the zamindar's house. My shadows and friends Google Maps to partner with me.
Birulia is an ancient town and a small village on the banks of the river Turag. Birulia is famous for the beautiful zamindar house of zamindar Rajinikanth and about 11 ancient structures. The previous owner of zamindar house in Savar was zamindar Nalini Mohan Saha. Zamindar Rajinikanth bought it from him for Rs. Rajinikanth was a famous zamindar at that time. The house has several temples, headquarters, courtroom, toilet, restroom, pedestrian room, stables and some other rooms. During the riots of 1964, many valuable things including the memory of Rajinikanth Ghosh were looted. Madhabkati is a river of great beauty and flood which is very beautiful and beautiful to seeSurrounded by natural beauty, this haute is actually very captivating. There are different types of fish that are farmed here. In many cases, we use all the activities in our daily life in different ways. We can eat to stay healthy, beautiful and healthy. If we look at this picture of the Prime Minister, it can be understood in the life of each of us.By doing all these beautiful places with beautiful eyes, we can see the amazing beauty of nature, survive in nature and each of us makes a living on the river in different ways. Especially our Bangladesh is a riverine country. Most of the people here make their living on the river. Every one of them lives in these places, especially in the river, in the river water. We need to be more proactive in our activities, including the boat, with all of these things in mind. People need to understand that we need to love ourselves and keep ourselves healthy by walking around the place for us. Jhitka in Manikganj, a district adjacent to Dhaka, has mustard fields spread over a wide field. Rows and rows of date palms stand in the middle of the wide yellow field on either side. At present, beekeepers sit in some places of mustard fields to collect honey. Yellow aura calls from afar even in the winter full of Magh. Gray desert in the fog, also a combination of yellow all around. It looks like the fairytale princess is yellow. Everyone is present to give yellow to the bride. Butterflies, bees, yellow-blue birds, insects and people of the state are present. Everyone seems to stumble upon the yellows. Apart from that, if you can reach Jhitka very early in the morning, you will have to pay extra for the newly collected date juice from the tree. In these places, the trees drop the sap before sunrise. In December-January, the mustard field is full of flowers and the best time to visit this mustard field is very early morning or afternoon. , Village Line and public transport will have to go to Manikganj first. Rent 50-60 rupees. The fare at BRTC will be 90 rupees and 60 rupees for good journey. From there, take the local bus again, this bus is available all day. Rent 30 rupees. It is better to take your own car to travel to this place comfortably. Those who do not have that system can rent a microbus or any other car. If you take your own car, cross the Manikganj on the Dhaka-Aricha road, cross the Tara Bridge and go a little further, the road on the left is gone in a jiffy. Room rent for two seats is 150-200 rupees. There are also a few more hotels on the town hall side.