Mongla Port is located in the southwestern part of Bangladesh in the Bagerhat district.  It is the second largest seaport in the country.  It is located 48 km south of Khulna city.  The port was established on December 1, 1950.  It is located at the junction of Pashur river and Mongla river in Selabunia mouza of Rampal upazila of Bagerhat district.  It is located 72 miles (100 km) north of the Bay of Bengal and is connected to major inland river ports and the railway terminal at Khulna.

 The port was built 11 miles (18 km) upstream of the Pashur River from Chalna.  When the port was opened to foreign ships on December 11, 1950, a British merchant ship made its first anchor at the port.  The port was shifted to Mongla in 1954 as it was more convenient for sea-going ships to anchor.  At that time Mongla port came to be known as Chalna for a long time.  During the Pakistan period, a port manager was entrusted with the administrative responsibility of Mongla Port, which was headquartered in Khulna.  The port was frequently closed in later times, especially since the 1970s, due to the loss of sea-going depth, and each time it was excavated, it was reopened to anchorage.

 The port has connections to almost all major ports in the world, although most ships here come from Asia, the Middle East, Australia, Europe and North America.  Sometimes some ships come from countries in Latin America or Africa.

 Currently the port is open 24 hours a day, ships up to 225 meters long can enter the port for unloading goods.  About 400 ships dock at this port every year and an average of 3 million metric tons of goods are imported and exported annually.  The port has 11 jetties, 6 sheds and 6 warehouses for loading and unloading goods.  There are 12 floating anchorages deep in the river.  Mongla Port Authority has built a rest house for sailors at Hiran Point.

 On December 1, 1950, the second seaport of the country was launched at Mongla in Bagerhat under the name of Chalna Port.  When the port was opened to foreign ships on December 11 of that year, British merchant ships anchored at the port for the first time.
Lokkhonchora is a long way from Sylhet city which is located in Gowainghat upazila of Sylhet.  Panthumai / Pantumai is not far from the fountain but a little far from Bichanakandi.  So on the way back from Panthumai or before going to Panthumai (panthumai) spring, come back from Lakshanchhara.  On the way back to Barahil / Panthumai Jharna, leave the boat at the wharf of the nearby village and start walking in search of Lakshanchhara.  Run through the village, crossing the Indian border, reading the lessons of the crop.  After walking for about 20 minutes you will reach Lakshanchhara.  The place is a lot like Bichnakandi but here in a small range it looks more beautiful with a rocky path that comes down from the springs of India.  There is also a bridge on the Indian border.  Beneath this bridge, innumerable small and large stones have accumulated and created a strange and beautiful jhiri path which is very beautiful to see.  Crowds of tourists to see the beauty of this rocky path.  Its appearance is tempting in the rainy season.

 ‘Bichnakandi-Lakshanchhara-Panthumai’ will cost around Rs.  You will be sure by asking in advance if you know Lakshanchhara Majhi.  It will take about 5 hours to return to Hadarpar after visiting three places.  So on the way from Sylhet you can have lunch or pack at Gowainghat market.  From Goain Ghat you have to go to Hadarpar.  Hadarpar can be easily reached by CNG from Goain Ghat Bazaar.  The rent will be 40 rupees per person.  If anyone comes directly to Hadarpar with CNG from Amberkhana in Sylhet city, don't forget to eat Gani Mia's fried khichuri from Hadarpar.
Ratargul, the only recognized swamp forest in the country, is located in the Gowainghat area of ​​Sylhet.  Goain river in the north, huge haor in the south.  In the middle is the ‘Water Forest’ Ratargul which is known as the Amazon of Bengal.  Ratargul is located in Fatehpur union of Gowainghat upazila bordering Sylhet district.  The distance from Sylhet city to the country's only recognized swamp forest is about 26 kilometers.  Most of the vegetation of this impeccably beautiful forest stays under water for four to seven months in a year.

 The area of ​​this forest is three thousand 325.61 acres.  Of this, 504 acres of forest was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1983.  Although it is basically a natural forest, the forest department has planted various types of water tolerant trees including cane, kadam, hijal and murta.  There are about 25 species of water tolerant plants in this huge forest.  The state of this water is very strange.  A tree is submerged up to its knees in water.  Those that are a little smaller, they are half submerged in water again.  Fishermen are getting fishing nets somewhere.  How dark the whole forest will be due to the dense vegetation.  Occasionally the tree stalks will block the path.  The path has to be made by removing them by hand.

 Many tourists visit here during the monsoon season as the forests are visible under the clear water of the haor.  This forest is different in winter season.  As soon as the water receded, the idol and the cane garden woke up.  That beauty is different again!  Forests are submerged in this way for four to seven months in a year.  Another look can be seen as soon as the rain stops.  Then the small canals inside the forest will turn into footpaths.  You can walk that path effortlessly.
The only planetarium in the country "Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novo Theater" also known as Maulana Bhasani Novo Theater has been constructed at a cost of Tk 123 crore on 5.48 acres of land in Vijay Sarani area of ​​Dhaka under the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh.  The purpose of this novotheater is to eradicate superstitions and superstitions from the society by creating a positive scientific attitude in the minds of the people by organizing recreational education and to make the young generation interested in science and technology education.  The Novotheater was inaugurated on September 23, 2004.  It cost Tk 130 crore to build.  An artificial space consisting of multiple images has been created using 150 projectors in the center of the Novotheater.  There are 5 levels in Novo Theater.  There are two levels above the ground and 3 levels below.  On the two underground floors of the building, there are pictures and biographies of famous scientists and researchers from abroad.  Wonderful pictures are being displayed in this science-friendly novotheater to make people science-minded through complete entertainment.  The Pano-Hemispheric launcher is being used to show the Planet Show - Journey to Infinity.  Dr.  GSS Helius and Astrovision 60 jointly take viewers to a different world in Bill Goose's remarkable journey 'Journey to Infinity'.  Unique is the combination of wonderful words and pictures on that journey.  The high-powered projection machine delivers impeccably colorful luminosity, astronomy images and Skycan video to the solar system, the Milky Way galaxy.  From there the vast expanse of space can be seen.  The death of the stars and the disappearance of some of them in the black hole can be seen from very close.  Sea of ​​fire in the chest of the sun.  The appearance of Mercury, which has been burnt by the intense heat of the sun.  Saturn's ring or the planet Jupiter can be seen.  Unbelievable, it is unbelievable if he does not see the manipulation of light and sound.  Floating in space can be seen all the planets in our solar system, including galaxies, wonderful creation process.  Like other space theaters, the Bhasani Novo Theater not only promotes astronomy but also connects it with various aspects of biology, history, art, geography and anthropology.
The pink palace on the banks of the river Buriganga in Islampur, Old Dhaka, which was once a garden house but now a Ahsan Manzil.  There is a huge crowd of visitors here now.  If you want to see the works of Mughal period very closely, you can come back from this ancient palace.  The river Buriganga is just south of Prasad.  Enter through the gate and see the flower garden on the side of the road.  You will be fascinated by the red-blue-purple flowers.  Huge green field in front of the manzil.  A big ladder came down from the floor in the middle.

 Let's leave nature and go to the palace.  Sheikh Inayetullah, the zamindar of the then Jamalpur Parganas (now Faridpur-Barisal), established the Rangmahal on the banks of the Buriganga in the middle of the eighteenth century.  After his death, the zamindar's son Sheikh Matiullah sold it to French merchants.  Khwaja Alimullah, the father of Nawab Abdul Ghani, who lived in Begum Bazar around 1835, bought it and started living there.  In 182, Nawab Abdul Ghani rebuilt the building and named it after his son Khwaja Ahsanullah.

 This is a two storey building.  The porch and floor are made of marble stone.  The shape of each room is octagonal.  The inside of the palace is divided into two parts.  Large dining room to the east.  Library to the north.  Watershed to the west.  The roof of the whole building is made of wood.  The ground floor playroom has a separate area for playing billiards.  The court hall is made of white, green and yellow stone.  Living room, library and three guest rooms on the second floor.  On the west side there is a ballroom and a few living rooms.

 Ahsan Manzil is the first brick-and-stone architecture in Dhaka.  Where the first electric lamp system was in the hands of the Nawabs.  Manzil's architectural style has always attracted Westerners.  When Lord Curzon came to Dhaka, he lived here.  The Bangladesh government preserves Ahsan Manjil as a museum.  It was opened to the public in 1992.
Hatirjheel is an area in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, that has been created for public movement.  In this busy city of bricks and stones, Hatirjheel, the capital, has become a beautiful recreation center to alleviate the fatigue of tedious civic life.  Anyone can visit Hatirjheel day or night.

 The main objective of this project worth Tk 1,960 crore is to conserve rain water, prevent waterlogging and floods, improve sewage system, reduce traffic congestion in the capital and enhance the beauty of the city.  Hatirjheel has opened a new horizon in Dhaka in terms of environment and aesthetics.  Walkways have been constructed around the lake, overpasses and roads have been constructed on both sides of the lake.  To get to the other side of the lake, there is a beautiful bridge, a spectacular fountain, and a beautiful white staircase.  Sailing boats are also available here.  Where even a few years ago Hatirjheel was a reservoir of rotten water.  But now it is holding sparkling water.  Water will be supplied to this lake through pumps.  There is also a system for drainage of dirty water.  There will be trees and flowers on the side of the road near the lake.

 In addition, cultural centers, children's parks, world-class theaters and exercise centers will be set up for recreation.  There will be a mosque for tourists to perform their prayers.  4 bridges, 4 overpasses, 3 viaducts have been set up on 302.623 acres of land.  After the evening, Hatirjheel paints itself with various colors of illumination.