Sreemangal, The Tea Capital of Bangladesh
Sreemangal is a hilly area covered with tea estates. There are 47 tea gardens in
Sreemangal. A large portion of world’s highest quality tea is grown here. It is also called the city of ‘two leaves and a bud. Sreemangal is famous for nature,
forests and wildlife.
Location: This little town is located about 200 KM northeast of Dhaka.
Historical events: Once Sreemangal was a part of the Tripura State. The great earthquake of 1897 caused a massive change in the physiography of the area.
Tourists Attraction: Main attraction are the Lawachara National Park (tropical rain forest), Madhabpur lake (the lake of lotus), Tea gardens, Monipuri & Khashia tribal villages, Baikkabeel (wetland of seasonal birds) and also the
world famous 7 layer-color tea cabin.
Other Sight seen:
- Madhabkunda Waterfall (highest waterfall in Bangladesh)
- Humhum Waterfall (new discovered exclusive waterfall)
- Satchari National Park
- Jaflong-Tamabeel (scenic spots in Sylhet)
- The shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal and Shah Poran in Sylhet etc.
- Nimai Shib Tample.
- Hakaluki Haor (wetland)