Find out about all the sights of Moulvibazar.

Moulvibazar district is a heritage district in the Sylhet division of northeastern Bangladesh. This district is important for the tourism industry and has contributed a lot to the civilization, heritage, culture and culture of Bangladesh. The district is different from other places due to its diverse surroundings, beautiful tea gardens, indigenous culture and natural beauty.






Moulvibazar district has many tourist attractions and places of historical importance. Notable places of interest include the Memorial of Birshreshtha Sepoy Hamidur Rahman, Lauyachhara National Park, Hazrat Shah Mostafa (ra) Mazar Sharif, 92 Tea Gardens, Tea Research Institute, Prithimpasha Nawabbari, Manu Barrage, Madhabpur Tea-Garden Lake , Manipuri Palli, a combination of orange / lemon / pineapple orchards, hills, hills, haors and beels.








Tea-gardens: There are 92 tea gardens in small hills, hills and plains in a wide area of ​​Moulvibazar district. Each tea garden has a combination of greenery, unique beauty, different species of animals. Source: District Administration, Moulvibazar. Madhabkund: Madhabkund is the largest waterfall in the country. The water is constantly flowing down from the top of the hill which is about 63 meters high. Location: Baralekha Upazila. Distance: 60 km from Moulvibazar District Headquarters and 72 km from Sylhet. Rest / Guest House Facilities: District Council Bungalow-02, Residential Hotel-02. Tourism Cell, Deputy Commissioner’s Office, Moulvibazar. Madhabkrund Ecopark: The establishment of Madhabkrund Ecopark in the forest bit of Juri-2 range under the Sylhet Forest Department has started a new horizon of eco-tourism. Madhakunda Waterfalls, huge rocks, rare species of trees, tigers, deer, elephants, Hanuman etc. Madhabkunda Ecopark is the second and first ecopark in the country. Location: Baralekha Upazila. Facilities: Zila Parishad Bungalow-02, Residential Hotel-02. Source: Divisional Forest Officer’s Office, Sylhet. Baikkabil fish and bird sanctuary. Baikkabil. 200 km from Dhaka. Shrimangal is a city under Moulvibazar district in the north-east.

The sanctuary, built with the help of USAID and local administrations, is historically the first area in the breeding of native fish. Hakalukihaor is located in Moulvibazar district of Bangladesh. It has an area of ​​about 20,400 hectares. During the monsoon season, the vast water body of Haor is exactly like the floating ocean. The vast expanse of water is the source of water. Hakalukihaor is a protected wetland in Bangladesh.

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At this time, there are a large number of birds in four directions. Barshijora Ecopark: Location: Moulvibazar Sadar Upazila. Distance: 02 km from Moulvibazar District Sadar. Rest / Guest House Facilities: District Council Bungalow-01, Residential Hotel-15. Source: Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation Department, Sylhet. Headquarters, Moulvibazar’s leaflet. Mazar-i-Sharif of Hazrat Shah Mustafa (ra): One of the followers of Hazrat Shahjalal (ra) was a descendant of Hazrat Ali (ra), the fourth caliph of Islam. He settled at Mostafapur in Moulvibazar district about seven hundred years ago and played a role in propagating Islam and establishing justice in the area. Maulvi Syed Kudrat Ullah, the founder of Moulvibazar city, was a descendant of Hazrat Shah Mostafa (R :). Source: Tourism Cell, Deputy Commissioner’s Office, Moulvibazar. Bir Shrestha Martyr Sepoy Hamidur Rahman Memorial: Bir Shrestha Martyr Sepoy Hamidur Rahman was buried in the Indian state of Tripura. A memorial was built at the Dhalai border of Kamalganj upazila to preserve his memory. Source: Tourism Cell, Deputy Commissioner’s Office, Moulvibazar. Lauachhara National Park: Lauachhara National Park in Kamalganj Upazila is unique in its natural beauty. Biodiversity-rich national parks are still home to a number of rare species of animals, including apes (gibbons). There are also Hanuman (Capped Lengur), Lajjabati Monkey (Snow Lorine), Cool Monkey (Pig Tailed Macaw), Squirrel, Deer etc. Area: 1250 hectares, Location: Kamalganj Upazila. Distance: 30 km from Moulvibazar District Town. There are several public restaurants, including a rest house. There are also walking trails, eco-guides, information centers, etc. Facts: Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation Department, Sylhet. Headquarters, Moulvibazar. Madhabpur Tea Garden and Lake: Madhabpur Lake is an artificially created Madhabpur Tea Garden.

There are lots of water lilies and lotus flowers in this lake. Different species of guest birds congregate in this lake in winter season. Location: Kamalganj Upazila. Distance: 50 km from Moulvibazar district town. The tea garden on a high hill around the lake is a very interesting tourist spot. References: Tourism Cell, Deputy Commissioner’s Office, Moulvibazar. Manipuri Palli: One of the abodes of Manipuris




Thal Adampur and Madhabpur. The mountainous and forest landscapes attract the minds of the people more than the scenic scenery. The way of life of the Manipuris. Manipuris have an advanced culture. Every year in the beginning of Agrahayan in November, an interesting Ras Mela is held in Manipuri Palli. Numerous visitors from home and abroad came to Ras Mela. Visitors can buy Manipuri shawls, sheets, sarees, selwar-kameez, bags, fatwa, Punjabi etc. at this time. There is a Manipuri Cultural Academy in Madhabpur. Location: Kamalganj Upazila. Distance: About 35 km from Moulvibazar district town. Hakaluki Haor: Hakaluki Haor is one of the largest freshwater wetlands in Bangladesh. Hakaluki Haor covers 5 upazilas of Sylhet and Moulvibazar districts. This haor is rich in aquatic plants and endangered species of fish. Guest birds from different parts of the world come to Hakaluki Haor in search of food and habitat. Source: Booklet of Coastal and Wetland Biodiversity Management Project.

Beel and Haor: Baikka Beel is a wetland about 100 hectares east of Hail Haor in Srimangal, a famous tea-rich town in Moulvibazar district. On July 1, 2003, the Ministry of Lands decided to preserve the bill as a permanent fisheries sanctuary. This bill is not only a great habitat for fish, but also for birds and many other animals. Thousands of water lilies and lotus flowers bloom in this beautiful wetland. There is an observation tower here to get a good view of the wild residents and winter guests of the bill. Location: Srimangal Upazila. Distance: About 20 kilometers from Moulvibazar district town. References: Booklet of MACH project. Manu Barrage: The 18 km long Manu River crosses 93 km of Indian territory and enters Bangladesh through Gobindpur in this district. Manu Barrage was constructed to protect 540 sq km area of ​​Kulaura, Kamalganj, Rajnagar and Moulvibazar upazilas from floods. The barrage has an excavated lake where paddle boats are available. Location: Moulvibazar Sadar and Rajnagar Upazila of Moulvibazar District. Distance: About 3 km from Moulvibazar District Town. References: Water Development Board, Moulvibazar.






Bangladesh Tea Research Institute: Pakistan Tea Research Institute (PTRI) was established in 1956. After the independence of Bangladesh in 1973, the research institute was transformed into a full-fledged research institute and renamed as Bangladesh Tea Research Institute (BTRI). This institute is the pride of Srimangal, the tea capital. Srimangal’s traditional institution has been consolidating its position in the field of tea research through national and international level. Location: Srimangal Upazila. Distance: About 25 kilometers from Moulvibazar district town. References: Bangladesh Tea Research Institute, Srimangal, Moulvibazar. Other ethnographic groups: Apart from Manipuri, there are other ethnographic groups in the district. Among them Khasia, Santal, Tipra are notable. All these ethnic groups have their own traditions with cultural features. References: Tourism Cell, Deputy Commissioner’s Office, Moulvibazar.


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