Srimangal is undoubtedly the most loved place of Bangladesh. Srimangal is famous for its vast and lustrous tea gardens. Cycling around in its tea estates or simply exploring the nearby forests and villages is an amazing experience in itself. Although Srimangal is itself a small, friendly and beautiful town, but it’s the beauty of the surrounding countryside that draws the attention of the tourist. Your trip to Bangladesh is incomplete without exploring Srimangal. One can do an array of things in this small town like cycling, hiking, wildlife-watching and, of course, tea-drinking.
Srimangal is a part of Sylhet Division and lies in the north east region. It is the ‘Tea Capital’ of Bangladesh. It has world’s largest tea gardens covered with lush green carpet of nature. One can have a splendid view of tea processing in the Tea Research Institute there. A large quantity of tea is grown and exported every year from this region; hence it is also called ‘The land of two leaves and a bud’.
To have the most treasured traveling experience of your life, come and spend a few days in Srimangal. Some of the hot-spot tourist destinations in Srimangal are:
· Khasia and Monipuri villages
· Lowacherra National Park
· Satchari National Park
· Bangladesh Tea Research Institute
· Tea Estates like Zareen & Finlays