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6 places in Bangladesh to visit in winter

Sreemangal is a popular tourist destination in Bangladesh due to its green tea fields. It is located in Moulvibazar district of Sylhet division. Due to the huge number of tree plantations and the origin of seven color tea, it is known as the tea capital of Bangladesh. Sreemangal is well known for two reasons: Lake Madhabpur and Baikka Beel. The only confirmed location in Bangladesh for the great white-bellied heron is Lake Madhabpur. Baikka Beel is a small wetland where the thick-billed warbler is found. Apart from Madhabpur Lake and Baikka Beel, Sreemangal is known for the surrounding Lawachara Rainforest, Hum Hum Waterfall and Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary.

Sitakunda

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6 places in Bangladesh to visit in winter

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Sitakunda is one of the oldest sites in Bangladesh. The natural and alluring beauty of Sitakundu is ideal for relaxing your mind. It is well known for the Chandranath Temple and other Buddhist temples. The location is heavenly because of the many waterfalls, mountains and green rivers. If you love nature and adventure, you must visit this place.

Rangamati

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6 places in Bangladesh to visit in winter

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Rangamati, or Lake City, is a popular tourist destination in Bangladesh, famous for its waterfalls, lakes, parks and mountains. It is another hill district in Chittagong division, like Bandarban.

Kaptai Lake, the largest lake in Bangladesh, is located in the Kaptai Upazila of Rangamati district. The lake has a maximum depth of 150 meters and an average depth of 30 meters. Besides this lake, Rangamati is known for Shuvolong Waterfall, Suspension Bridge, Sheikh Rasel Ecological Park, Rajban Bihar Pagoda and many other local tourist spots. When visiting Rangamati, you must kayak on Kaptai Lake. Lakeshore Resort, located near the lake, includes a swimming pool with a panoramic view of the lake.