Birishiri is a natural beautyful palce at Durgapur in Netrokona

Birishiri is a natural beautyful palce at Durgapur in Netrokona

Birishiri (বিরিশিরি ) is a rural area at Durgapur Upazila in Netrokona district, Bangladesh. It is a place with natural beauty with hills, Simsang River, and red mud.

About Birishiri Netrokona

The site lies at the foot of Garo Hills. There is a beautiful river. The name of the river is Someshwari. First of all, you have to cross the river by boat or ferry. The fair will be around Tk. 55. Now there is a bridge on the river. You will see a hill of white china clay. You might want to climb that. The hill is also called- Cheena Matir Pahar. You may reach the hill through a rickshaw from the other side of the river. You will find people of Banai and Garo Tribe. They are very congenial. Try to visit- Susang King, Dasash Busha temple, and Lokenath Baba temple. Autumn is the best time to visit the site.

How to Go

You will find many bus services from Dhaka. The buses are available from Gabtoli, Saidabad, and Mohakhali. You may get into a bus from Mohakhali which will go to Brisiri. The ticket will cost around Tk. 250. It may take 8 hours to reach the site. There is no chance to get off at the wrong stoppage. It is the last stoppage for the buses. Present road communication is not good,

Hotels and Motel

Although it is a remote place, it contains a very good accommodation facility. You may stay in Birishiri Eco Park and Resort or YMCA hotel. They are both cheap and affordable.


YMCA – 01743-306230

YWCA – 01712042916)


You will certainly enjoy the local delicious foods nearer area. YMCA does not provide food,

Nearby Tourist Spots
  • White Clay Field, Bijoypur
  • Ranikong Mission
  • Tomb of Hazrat Shah Sultan Kamruddin Rumi
  • Palace of Maharaja Susang, Durgapur
  • Netrokona

In conclusion, the site is filled with natural beauty and attractions. I hope the above information will be helpful for you on your journey.



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