Dighapatiya Rajbari, now known as Uttara Ganobhaban, is located about three kilometers north of the district town of Natore.  Uttara Ganobhaban is the local office and residence of the Prime Minister of Bangladesh in North Bengal.  To see Uttara Ganobhaban, permission of the district administration is required.
 Rani Bhabani Naib of Natore was pleased with Dayaram Roy and gave him the gift of Dighapatiya Pargana.  Here he built several palaces.  Surrounded by a lake and a wall on an area of ​​about 43 acres, the palace has 12 buildings, large and small.  The remains of King Prasannath are on the south side of the Kumar Bhavan and the guest house.  In the main palace building there is the king's throne, the armor and the sword.  Inside the royal palace is a garden decorated with sculptures collected from Italy.  The entrance of Uttara Ganobhaban has a four-storied pyramid-shaped entrance.  And at the top of it is the centennial clock of the Coke and Television Company of Britain.

 There are many rare species of trees including Neelmanilata, Haparmali, Parijat, Raj-Ashoka, Saurabhi, Camphor, Licorice, Haimanti, Peyali, Banapulak, Tarajhara, Senuti, Madhabi, Sycamore.  In front of the entrance, the first thing you can see is the huge moat on the right, which surrounds the entire palace.  A little further left is the public works office, the car garage of that time.  There are rose gardens, huge fields.  The two-storey yellow building here is the Kumar Palace, the ground floor of which was used as a torture cell.  There is a one-storey tehsil office.  And there are four cannons of that time.  There is a huge palace.  A sculpture of Zamindar Dayaram in the garden adjoining the palace reminds him.
 The 'Italian Garden' is the most significant part of the Uttara Ganobhaban.  The garden is so named because Dayaram brought various furniture from Italy.  There are five marble statues, fountains and benches.  The benches, however, were brought from Calcutta.  The trademark 'Kolkata' will not escape your eyes.  One arm of the statue titled ‘Daughter of the Hills’ is broken.  There was looting here in 1971.  This wrist was bound with gold.  At that time the Pakistani soldiers broke his arm and looted the gold
 Uttara Ganobhaban is open for visitors from 10 am to 6 pm in summer and from 10 am to 5 pm in winter.  Tickets are 10 rupees.  Uttara Ganobhaban is closed on Sundays.
 How to go,
 Four hours drive from Dhaka to Natore.  Shyamli and National Travels buses, including air-conditioned buses of Greenline and Hanif Paribahan, ply regularly on this route.  Apart from this, you can go to Natore by any bus or train going to Rajshahi.  It takes six hours.
 Uttara Ganobhaban can be reached in 15 minutes by CNG autorickshaw from Natore bus stand or railway station.

 Where will you stay,
 There is no alternative to VIP hotel for overnight stay in Natore.  Feel free to spend the night at the nearby RP Hotel.  You can also stay at Hotel Milla.  There are also other standard hotels - Hotel Rukhsana located in Kanaikhali Hotel Uttara Fakir Hat.
 Where to eat
 Islamia Panchur Hotel is a very good place to eat for a small amount of money.  The food at Nayan Hotel near the railway station a little further away is not bad either.  However, whatever you do, it is not wrong to eat and bring raw golla.  Also don't forget to visit Natore Rajbari, Puthia Rajbari, Sugar Mill and Chalanbil.
In 1962, Unang, a Rakhine entrepreneur, decorated a small scale home-made Rakhine handicraft items, sheets, shoulder bags, cigars, men's lungi and petticoat stalls in her own home near the Burmese Primary School in Tekpara.
 Domestic and foreign tourists visiting Cox's Bazar used to flock here.  That was the beginning of today's universally recognized Burmese store.
 Realizing the demand of tourists, he opened a commercial store called Cox's Bazar Cottage Industries in front of his house, then one by one he built Tin Tin Burmese Store, Rakhine Store, Ume Store, Noorani Emporium, BB Fashion Diamond Store etc.  Which continues to gain recognition as a Burmese store.  Although in the beginning there were no Burmese products in the stores.  Later, Burmese products such as lungi, thami, sandals, pickles, leftovers, snekha, a variety of cosmetics, various kinds of stones and Burmese handicrafts, wood and oysters were added and the name Burmese Store came to fruition.
 In a very natural sense, a Burmese store is a Burmese store and a store of Burmese goods.  The stores have Burmese products, but the shopkeepers are not Burmese.  These are the Rakhine ethnic group of Arkanese descent.  Ethnically and culturally, the Burmese have a lot in common with the Rakhine.  However, there are linguistic differences.
 Another feature of the stores is that most of the stores are run by women.  Those who dress themselves in traditional attire.  Which increases the level of tourist attraction.  If a tourist comes to Cox's Bazar, he will not visit the Burmese store once, what is the point of not doing some shopping from the store.
 Psychologically, anyone will have a different attraction towards foreign products or products of different cultures, people.  That is why Burmese stores become tourist attractions in the evenings during the tourist season.  There is a rush of sales.  Shopkeepers also earn a lot.
 The range of existing burgess stores has increased a lot.  The stock of products has also increased a lot.  But the traditional Rakhine handloom weaving products are getting lost in the midst of the products of the touch of modernity, the real Burmese products are on the verge of extinction due to the abundance of Chinese products.  Although a limited number of Burmese products can still be seen in Burmese stores today.
 Where a limited number of Rakhine women entrepreneurs started Burmese stores, there have been hundreds of Burmese stores today in the evolution of the era, with no shortage of Rakhine or Burmese products in stores.  Gradually the tourist attraction towards the once attractive Burmese store has also decreased a lot, the buying and selling rate has also decreased.
 Along with the Rakhine, many Muslim-Hindu merchants have built shopping malls and established them as Burmese stores or Burmese markets.  Their number is now the highest.  Some Rakhine traders still operate a handful of Burmese stores.  It is really difficult to find a form of mainstream Burmese store just for the sake of livelihood.
 Yet the Burmese market in Cox's Bazar still survives in fame.  Word of this market has spread in the country and abroad.  Domestic and foreign tourists also still remember this traditional market.
 How to get there,
 This Burmese market is 4 km away from Cox's Bazar Sadar Upazila Parishad. It can be reached by any vehicle.
The Kuakata fishing community of Patuakhali is busy in the production of dried fruits.  Due to its reputation for quality, the local demand is being met and dried here in different districts of the country.  The dry season in Patuakhali starts in November.  And it ends in March.  The dry villages of Kuakata are busy for 5 consecutive months.  After procuring different species of fish including Laita, Tangra, Rupchanda, Churi and Shrimp from the sea, the traders dry them in a special method.  Later it went out of the country including the capital.  Traders and middlemen are benefiting from the production of dry goods.  But the workers are not getting fair wages.  However, shopkeepers are happy with the increase in demand for dry goods.  The owners wanted the government's attention to keep it alive by mentioning the dry industry as a potential industry.  Meanwhile, buyers, including angry tourists, are angry over the unhealthy environment in the dry villages. Meanwhile, 280 owners and workers of the dry villages have been trained, said Kalapara Upazila Senior Fisheries Officer Kamrul Islam.  Apart from Kuakata, in Patuakhali
  There are 5 more dry villages.  Where dry goods worth crores of rupees are not sold every year
  I hope you like it very much. I am very happy to present to you the wonderful picture of this dry village in Patuakhali district. I am very happy and happy to have Bangladeshi things. There is a lot of fun and entertainment.  Location Bangladesh is a fun and entertaining country. I hope you will like it very much. Patuakhali district is a wonderful place of dry land. It has become very popular among the people abroad. What a wonderful place at present.  Here it is dried in the sun
Ali's Cave or Ali's Tunnel is located in Alikadam Upazila of Bandarban District.  It is named after Ali's hill, Ali's tunnel.  There is no end to the mystery surrounding this cave on the top of two hills near the Matamuhuri-Twain canal, three kilometers from Alikadam Sadar.  There are basically three caves here, it will take about 2 hours to enter all the caves.  You have to go to Guha Gula by Jhiri Path.  Located above the cave mouth from Jhiri.  The first cave has a staircase.  You have to climb some hills in the rest of Gula.  It is completely dark inside the cave.  You have to carry a torch light or torch to get inside.  Some parts of the cave are quite narrow, you have to crawl.  Inside, there is a creepy atmosphere.  Upon entering, you will be introduced to an unknown world.  Inside this cave there are many big bats.  Badur will fly back and forth when people see it, there is nothing to be afraid of.  How to get there If you want to go to Ali's cave, you must first come to Alikadam in Bandarban district.  You can come to Alikadam via Chakaria Upazila of Cox's Bazar or from Bandarban town via Thanchi Alikadam Road.  However, being chakraya is the most convenient and time-saving.You will be able to see the tunnel and come back to see Ali's cave one day.  Ali took a night bus from Dhaka one day.  Again, you can leave for Dhaka by night bus.  If you leave Chittagong very early in the morning, you will be able to come back in one day.  Even then, if you need to stay or have more space on your itinerary, you can stay in The Damtua Inn of the newly launched Upazila Raid in Alikadam or the Zila Parishad Dak Bangla.  There is also a birding in the drink market though the quality is not so good.  If the guide has not been to Ali's tunnel before, it is better to take the guide with him.  Tell the guide in advance to visit all the caves.  You can take a local from Manchupu Para or someone from Alikadam as a guide.  At the beginning of the Jhiri path, there are several six boys waiting, anyone can take them with them.  Will be happy to accept whatever you give.
A very beautiful moment you can see here I am my most beautiful and most favorite friend Admin Sohag The two of us went to buy books together today We bought a lot of books in our Satkhira library Today The two of us are very focused on our studies The two of us went to Satkhira to buy books  We hope you enjoy the amazing view here. We went to the old library in Satkhira to buy. There are books for all levels of Honors Masters School-College-Madrasa.  It is sold in the library. It is available here at a very affordable price. We hope you will like this wonderful scene very much. The two of us woke up in the afternoon and went to Satkhira to buy books together and especially I bought a Banglalink SIM for my mobile.  The two of us from Satkhira have come here after fixing the work  I am happy to be entertained, I am fulfilling all the needs of the necessary work, I hope we have a wonderful view of collecting books from this old library of Satkhira, I am very happy and happy to present to you both of us have enjoyed a very beautiful moment, very beautiful to you.  There will be a scene. Books spread the light of knowledge. There is a lot of knowledge in the world. There is knowledge in people all their lives. Books spread the light of our knowledge. Books are the only medium to educate people.  In order to acquire knowledge, we need to put a lot of book knowledge into our talent. We hope they will like it a lot to see a great scene in our book collection. Admin Sohag He has collected books.
Green Dhaka is a quiet and secluded place spread all over the country and has the reputation of Bangladesh Agricultural University located in Mymensingh district.  The Botanical Garden was established in 1963 on the banks of the old Brahmaputra River, covering a rare area of ​​about 25 acres on the University campus.  Bangladesh's first botanical garden, recognized by the international organization Botanic Gardens Conservation International, has about 4464 different species of plants, including 1,000 large, 1278 medium and 600 small trees.  These include Gutgutia, African Tulip, Kaizelia, Swarna Ashek, Kumbhi, Nageshwarchapa, Budhanarikel, Patenjaba, Pahari Kash, Kaika, Sinduri, Biksa ​​Chandul, Epicak etc.  Hani Sakal, Bankala, Halud Kanchan, Shambukas, Ananta Lata, Khami, Kulanjan, Kanthakash, Sultanchapa, Kaika, Kansunalu, Letkantha, Patipata, Naxvamika, Nadajam, Tithijam, Azuli, Shal, Kharajag, El,  , Maitha, Avukado, Durian, Kokua, Satkara, Barmala, Mailam, Swarna Ashek, Raj Ashek, Branfelsia, Cactus, Lalchita, Nilchita, Galmarich, Masukda, Ganiyari, Grilirichira, Fern Harinsinga, Atmara,  .  Writable.One of the teachers in the Department of Crop Botany at the Agricultural University served as the Garden Curator for two years.  This Betanican Garden is used for research activities by students of different faculties at the undergraduate, master's and PhD levels.  Also other districts and educational institutions in the vicinity.  From there the students came to the Botanical Garden to learn about the flora.  In addition to the huge flora, there are portraits of various animals and birds and about half a hundred rest benches for the visitors.  Students of Bangladesh Agricultural University i.e. Bakrbi can enter the Botanical Garden for free.  General visitors have to collect entry coupons to get inside.  The Botanical Gardens are open to all visitors every Sunday to Thursday from 2pm to 5pm.  The game is played on Fridays and Saturdays of the week from 9 am to 5 pm.  How to get there By bus or train from Dhaka to Mymensingh district town, you can take a rickshaw or autorickshaw to the Botanical Garden located on the campus of Bangladesh Agricultural University.
One of the attractions of the fair is the large size of different species of fish.  Large fish of various species are found here;  In particular, significant quantities of tiger, ayr, boal, katla, pangas, sea tuna, mackerel, etc. are sold and bought in large quantities.  However, a large number of farmed small and large fish are also available.  During the fair, a large number of large and live fish were found together. During the search, it was found that many fish farmers in the area raised fish for sale at the fair for more profit.  In addition, fish such as Baghair, Ayr, etc., which have been caught in the river for a long time for sale at fairs, are kept in local ponds or other ponds.  During the fair, the fishing carts that come to the nearby Golabari yard go directly to the fair, the outside vendors collect fish from the fair.  Due to the huge demand for big fish for entertaining guests and daughters-in-law during the fair, big fish can be seen in other markets of Gabtali as well.  Also available at the fair are wooden furniture, bamboo and cane products, iron products, fruits, a variety of sweet and savory products and lots of lime.  Besides, circuses, merry-go-rounds and ballads are organized for entertainment on the occasion of the fair.  At the center of the fair, everyone from the surrounding villages invited their son-in-law and entertained them with large fish.  In addition to the necessary household items, the farmers also collect lime from the fair for drinking throughout the year.  The fair is held at Poradaha area on the banks of Ichhamati, about 11 km east of the city.  As a result, the fair is best known as 'Poradaha' fair.
 The main attraction of the fair is the variety of fish.  The big fish were brought to the yard before dawn on Wednesday.  And the retailers rushed to the spot from dawn to dusk.  They buy fish according to demand.  Later, these traders decorated fish stalls and sat in the shops.  Shopping is going on in the shops all day long.
 Different species of fish including Baghair, Rui, Katla, Mrigel, Boal, Silver Carp, Bighead, Kalbaus, Pangas are available in this fair.  Tigers weighing two to two and a half pounds are also available at the fair.  Rui, Katla, Pangas weighing 15 to 20 kg are available.
 Another attraction of the fair is the bahari confectionery.  Fish shaped sweets, rasgolla, sandesh, jilapi, nimki, sesame seeds, khai, dried sweets are available.  One of the attractions of the sweet burning fair weighing 1.5 to 2 kg.
 The fair features a variety of cosmetics and toys, including decorative cosmetics, toys, gift items, theft, earrings, necklaces, kajals, makeup boxes, bats, balls, video games.  Besides, various wooden, steel and iron furniture are available at the fair.
Manikchhari Mung Rajbari is the ancient original residence of the historical Mong king in Manikchhari upazila, 36 km southwest of Khagrachhari district town.  Mong is one of the small ethnic groups living in the hilly areas of the Chittagong Hill Tracts for centuries.  Known as the Mong dynasty in ancient times, this ethnic group had a separate autonomous monarchy.  In 1798, Raja Kanjoy married a princess of the Tripura dynasty at Mahamuni in Manikchhari upazila of Khagrachhari.  He later came to Manikchhari from Sitakunda with 500 Tripura families and established the Manikchhari Mong Rajbari for the residence of members of the royal family.  Thus began the journey of the Mong dynasty from the time of Kanjaya in Manikchari.  When King Kanjay Tripura died in 1826, his son Kiojai Sen succeeded to the vacant throne at the age of 6 under the tutelage of his uncle Lathanya.  Kiyojai Sen was later appointed by the British government as the head of the Mong Circle.  After Kiyojai Sen, other descendants of the dynasty gradually became the head of the Mong circle and continued to rule the state.  He was awarded the title of Honorary Colonel Rank for his special contribution to the liberation war of Mong Pu Sain, the seventh king of the Mong dynasty.A Buddha statue of World Peace Mahamuni Raj Buddhist Chaitya has been erected near Manikchhari Mong Rajbari.  Every year since the erection of the Buddhist statue, a fair is organized here on the occasion of the traditional Sangrai festival of the Marmas.  Apart from this, there are important monuments in Muhamani Tila, including the memorial monastery of the members of the Mong dynasty, Nanuma Devi Hall and Raj Jet Ban Buddhist Monastery.  And in the traditional Mong palace, there are various archeological monuments including the throne and valuable weapons of the Mong king.  Many history-loving tourists come from far and wide to visit Manikchhari Mong Rajbari to get acquainted with the ancient history and culture of the Mong king.  How to get there From Gabtoli, Sayedabad, Uttara and Arambagh in Dhaka, St. Martin's Hyundai, Shyamoli, Hanif, Icona, Relax and Eagle Paribahan buses can be taken to Khagrachhari.  You can go to Manikchhari Upazila which is 49 km away from Khagrachhari by bus CNG.  Apart from this, you can take a Shanti Paribahan bus directly from Dhaka to Amtal or Mahamuni next to Khagrachhari Chittagong Highway in Manikchhari and go to Manikchhari Mong Rajbari by rickshaw  foot. Where to stay Four Star Zaman Hotel and Hotel Green Residential Hotel are located at Bibi Hat in Fatikchhari near Manikchhari.  Apart from this, there are residential hotels like Tourism Mattel, Hotel Eco Chhari Inn, Shail Suborn, Hotel Hill Touch, Hotel Mount Inn, Hotel Noor, Gangchil Residential and Aranya Bilas to stay in Khagrachari.Where to eat General Manikchari, Nirala restaurant, etc. Fast food and wood galap restaurant in Manikchari can eat the necessary food.  The food of System Restaurant, Peda Ting Ting, Gang Sabarang, Pajan and Chimbal Restaurant located in Khagrachari is very popular.
Owl Island has become a major attraction for Cox's Bazar travelers in the village of Owen.  Zhaoban rich beach on one side, high hills on the other side.  The Cox's Bazar Marine Drive road, which is about 84 km long, runs through the center to Teknaf.  On the west side of the road adjacent to the Reju canal is the secluded island of Pencharadia.  Owl Island is a paradise for travelers.  There you will be completely noise free.  Where the crow will not come to bother you.  Mermaid Eco Resort from Kalatali in Cox's Bazar in a CNG-powered autorickshaw straight to Rezubridge.  When you look from the road, you can see many huts, big and small, behind the trees.  As soon as you go down the slope of the main road, the noise comes to your ears.  Roddur of Bharadupur flickered in the reservoirs on both sides.  When he went to the reception room, someone handed him a bunch of colorful flowers.  Then comes the welcome drink, the welcome drink, the freshly picked dab from the tree.  The work of allocating bungalows is over after finishing the coconut water.  Hard to remember the name of the bungalow where the accommodation was arranged.  The names of the remaining 30 villas and bungalows are the same.
 But the house is really good for the mind.  On the outside, it looks like a cottage, but on the inside, it has all the modern conveniences.  The moment you enter the bathroom, the mind becomes better.  Shampoo made in a glass container instead of market shampoo filled in plastic bottles.  It is again covered with green leaves.  Two wood roses are planted on each side.  Soap and shampoo are kept in a long coconut shell.  Mermaid Eco Resort has used as little as possible all the things that are harmful to the environment.  All the bungalows have been built while maintaining the natural environment of Owl Island.  Yoga centers, spas, boat trips, conference rooms, theaters are all now available at this eco-friendly leisure center.  Architect Ziauddin Khan designed the original Mermaid Eco Resort.
 No matter how fast you go, you will miss a lot if you don't sit on the deck of the boat club.  Full moon in the sky, huge water of the sea in front.  All areas are drowning in astonishing silence.  If you want, stay leaning till late at night.  Not even a crow will bother you.
 From Kalatali in Cox's Bazar, you can take a CNG-powered autorickshaw to Owl Island.  The rent will be around 200 rupees.  Besides, CNG can be taken directly from Cox's Bazar Airport.  It will take only 20 minutes. There are many types of bungalows at Mermaid Eco Resort.  However, bungalow booking has to be arranged before leaving.  There are 30 cottages in this resort.  The cottages here have different categories of rooms.  Room rent for cottages in the first category is 2,500 to 6,000 rupees and in the second category is 6,000 to 18,000 rupees.  The resort has all the facilities of a three star hotel.
Lake View Island has been set up in an abandoned camp surrounded by small hills on the banks of Kaptai Lake under the supervision of the army.  Besides, the tourist area has been made with an area of ​​more than four acres of two tillers.  Beautiful cottages have been built here.  When you take a boat out on the water of the lake, you will see LAKE VIEW ISLAND written in large English letters on the hill tiller.  As you climb the stairs made of bricks and concrete from the water to the top of the hill, you will see cottages surrounded by green trees.  Named 'Resort Karnafuli'.  At the beginning of the resort, arrangements have been made to see the beauty of the lake in a glass house surrounded by glass.  There is only peace if you lie down on the sofa.  It is nice to see small boats and mountain ranges running across the lake.  You can stay in any air-conditioned or ordinary cottage.  As soon as you cross the cottage, you will see a huge wooden barge floating in the water.  This barge has been built in the style of the painter Sultan's barge  Named Nilkauri.  This bluebird is not a small bird.  It is actually an elite barge boat of 50 feet.  It cost about 12 lakh rupees to make.  It has two double beds made of cane, with adjoining toilet.  It has accommodation for six people.  There is a cooler machine in the bedroom.  You can sit on a set of sofas on the veranda or on the roof and drink tea in a relaxed manner.  In addition to Lake View Island, there is a cottage called ‘Hilltop Resort’ on the hill adjacent to the historic dam of Kaptai Lake.  You can stay there too.  The sluice gate of Kaptai Dam, Kaptai Dam and the water level of the lake can be seen through the windows of the hilltop.  If you wish, you can dive into the swimming pool next to the resort.
 Kids Corner has been created for children on two hills called Yellow and Orange Zone.  There is a machanghar (tree house) on the tree.  Hanging bridges have been built to go from one Machang to another Machang.  There are adventure parks for children and teenagers.
 The rent for a 50-person picnic spot on Lake View Island is Rs 15,000 on public holidays and Rs 10,000 on other days.  If there are more than 50 people, the cost will be 225 rupees per person.  Apart from this, each chair costs 10 rupees, each table costs 15 rupees.  The music system can be rented for five thousand rupees.  Each packet of food will cost 200 rupees. If you want to go to Kaptai, 56 km away from Chittagong, you have to take a bus from Bahaddarhat bus terminal.  It will take two hours to two and a quarter hours.  You can go by CNG autorickshaw, own car, microbus or Kaptai line bus.  To get to Lakeview Island Resort, you have to get off in front of the protected area of ​​Kaptai Dam.  From there it will take 10 minutes to take a CNG-powered autorickshaw to Hilltop Resort.
The Happy Island has been built near the Kaptai Lake in Rangamati district, a reservoir of natural beauty.  The island is basically a water park with lush green nature and excellent architecture.  This remarkable water island was inaugurated on 23 April 2018 on a hill surrounded by Kaptai Lake after a long effort of almost two years by the 305 Infantry Brigade of the Bangladesh Army.  Happy Island has been built on a 45-acre site with a variety of arrangements in the shape of a giant fish.  The park has a variety of attractions including water rides, lake view swimming pools and boat rides.  Happy Island Park, adorned with rows of flowering trees, is a place that people of all ages will love.  There are also picnic arrangements, coffee shops and sculptures of fish daughters.  Nowadays, it has become very popular as a place of entertainment for people of all ages, including children.  Entrance Prices and Schedules Happy Island is operated under the Forest Holiday Resort, which is overseen by the Army Region.  As a result, if you want to go to Happy Island, you have to enter the forest resort first.  The entrance fee to Aranyak Resort is Rs 50 per person and the entrance ticket to Happy Island with boat fare is Rs 200 per person.  The park is open to visitors from 11 a.m. every day except Saturday.How to get there Different buses are available from Fakirapur, Gabtali and Kalabagan in Dhaka to Rangamati.  Buses usually leave for Rangamati between 8am and 9am and between 8.30pm and 11pm.  Bus fare is 900-1200 rupees per person.  You can get off the bus at Rangamati Cantonment and go to Happy Island at Aranyak Resort by auto or CNG with Main Road.Where to stay at Aranyak Resort on Happy Island. The room rent for each night will be Rs. 5,000-10,000.  Rangamati also has a number of residential hotels for overnight stays, including Hotel Prince, Hotel Mountain View, Hotel Moti Mahal, Hotel Zoom Palace and Hotel Green Castle.  Where to eat Happy Island has fast food national food.  However, if you stay at the resort, the resort authorities arrange food.  If you want, you can have food at Banarupa Bazaar or Vedvedi.  Besides, the food of Spice Restaurant, Pajan Restaurant, Irish Restaurant and Sabarang Restaurant in Rangamati town is quite popular.
Keokradong Hills is the fifth highest mountain in Bangladesh, located on the border of Bangladesh and Myanmar in Ruma upazila of Bandarban district.  Its height is 986meters about 3235 feet, obtained from GPS readings. The word Keokradong comes from the Marma language.  In Marma, ko means stone kra means mountain  and dong means ‘highest’.  That means Keokradong means the highest rocky mountain.
  The most popular route for trekkers in Bangladesh is Boga Lake-Keokradong-Jadipai.  With two or three days in hand, you will be able to come up with some impossibly beautiful moments and great thrilling experiences.
  This remote area is full of natural beauty, full of small and big hills, dense jungle, and various kinds of animals.  You will be amazed at the natural beauty of this mountain.  Keokradong is a different kind of attraction for adventurous people.  Many adventure lovers come to see this mountain in winter.  From a distance, Keokradang's peak seems to be in the air, but when you reach the top, the combination of mountain clouds will move you with magical attraction.  Attractions here include the beauty of green hills, waterfalls, winding mountain paths and the lurking of clouds over the hills.Where to eat You can eat in the cottage where you live.  Or if you ask the guide to arrange the chicken, you can cook it yourself.  They do not have 100-120 rupees per person for food.  In addition to Bagalek, you can have lunch at Keokradong. The standard of food is the same as Bagalek.  On the way from Bagalek to Keokradong you will find a few neighborhoods where you will also find some food shops like tea, banana, bread and mountain fruit papaya, you can eat oranges.  It is almost afternoon in the foothills of Darjeeling, at the foot of Keokkradong, where you can have lunch at Irene Didi's Hotel.  You will find great cooking and hospitality.  Tell the guide in advance what to eat, the guide will talk to the sister and fix everything.  You will spend the night at Bagalek.  The guide will fix the cottage for you.  The rent is 120-150 rupees per person.  There are different cottages, one storey and two storey.  However, Siam Didi's cottage has a good name.  And if you want to spend the night in Keokkradong, you will find a restaurant before you get to the top of Keokkradong.  The rent calculation is the same as Bagalek's.


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