Flower Kingdom from Gadkhali in Jessore.

Let’s turn to the flower kingdom from Gadkhali in Jessore, from village to village you will see such flower fields, at least 60 percent of the demand for flowers in the country is produced in this Gadkhali.

 

 

 

 

How to get there:
Buses: From Dhaka to Jessore by bus, non AC bus fare is 480-500 rupees and 850-650 rupees in AC. After that you will go to Gadkhali Bazar of Jhikargachha Upazila by bus from Chanchra bus stand of Jessore city to Benapole. Gadkhali is next to Jessore-Benapole highway. 19 km from the city. It will take about half an hour to reach Gadkhali in the distance. Or get off the bus at Benapole directly from Dhaka and get off at Gadkhali. If you take a few kilometers along the road on the left hand side, you will always see such a flower garden! You can take a van from the market, turn around as you wish!

 

 

 

Train: The most comfortable way to get to Gadkhali is by train. Jessore on the Chitra Express train from Dhaka to Khulna. Chitra left Kamalapur at 6 pm. He reached Jessore very early in the morning. It is better to get a bus to Benapole from the station, or to get to the bus stand by car. Gadkhali will get off the Benapole-bound bus from here.

 

 

 

 

The famous “Imam Bara” built by the historical giant Haji Mohammad Mahasin is one of the places to visit in the vicinity.
The palace of Chanchra “;
Asia’s second largest cotton farm “Jagadishpur cotton farm” + almost 800 years old tamarind tree!

You can see the first and largest collectorate building in the country within the city of Jessore, you can see this building as well as learn a lot about the history of the Liberation War!

 

 

 

 

There is a museum in the cantonment area, you can go there too!

If you want, you can visit Sagardari village and Kopotaksh river in the memory of poet Michael Madhusudan Dutt, but it is quite far from the city; Keshabpur upazila!

If you go to Sagardari, don’t forget to come and eat the meat of Chuijhale of Chuknagar! Chuknagar, 10 km away from Keshabpur Upazila Sadar, Abbas Hotel, anyone will show!

 

 

 

 

Cox’s Bazar Bandarban It will be good for those who like to travel around the country outside Sylhet!

My home is Cox’s Bazar, I also went so far, to see all this! Nice to meet you, I went last September, the farmers told me that January-February is the best time to visit, then the flowers bloom more!

Travel lovers come back, I hope you like it!

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