Noakhali Tourist Spots and Attractions in Bangladesh
Noakhali Tourist Spots are Gandhi Ashram, Kamolarani Lake, Queen Luther’s Church, and more. Noakhali means a new canal.
The district is under Chittagong Division. It is situated South-eastern part of Bangladesh. The main attraction of this place for tourists is Gandhi Ashram. It is bounded by Comilla and Chandpur on the north, the Meghna estuary and the Bay of Bengal on the south, Feni, and Chittagong on the east, Laxmipur, and Bhola on the west. Rivers are Meghna, Sandwip and Hatiya channel are notable. The meaning of the place is Noa means New and Khal means Canal. Noakhali district is 165 Kilometers far from Dhaka city.
Noakhali Tourist Spots in Bangladesh
- Bajra Shahi Mosque (1153 AH, Chatkhil),
- Bashi Khondoker Mosque,
- Birshrestha Ruhul Amin Memorial Museum,
- Bojra Sahi Mosque, Bazar
- Charbata Steamer Ghat
- Gandhi Ashram – Joyag, Sonaimuri
- Kali Statue (18th century) at Sirajpur union of Companiganj Upazila).
- Kamolarani Lake
- Megha Ddighi
- Nijhum Dweep
- Noakhali Science and Technology University
- Noakhali Public Library (1895)
- Queen Luther’s Church—Sonapur
- Ram Thakur Samadhi at Chaumohani
- Rongomala Lake
- Tri- Angle Lake
District Travel and Tourism Information for Travelers
|Area||3,685.87 Square Kilometers – Map|
|Geo Position / Location||22.83°N 91.10°E|
|BD Govt. Official Website||www.noakhali.gov.bd|
Transport and Communication
The district is well-connected wit Dhaka and Chittagong by bus and train. From Sayedabad bus stand it may take the 4-5 hour drive to Noakhali. Train start from Kamalapur railway station. There is no airport in the district. The nearest airport is in Chittagong.
Al-Amin Guesthouse is a popular hotel near Maijdee. Government Circuit House is so at Maijdee. Maijdee is the center point of Noakahali.
Some Main Points in Cities
- Chowumuhani Bazar
- Maijdee Court
- Zemindar Hat
- Noakhali Sadar
- Suborno Char
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