Day-1: Dhaka – Chittagong (258 KM, 6-7 Hrs)
Early Morning proceed to Chittagong. En-route visit Panam Nagar (off day on Sunday & government
holiday) at Sonargaon (About 29 km from Dhaka). Sonargaon was one of the oldest capitals of ancient
Bangladesh. Dhaka was connected with the silk road by Uttarapath (North Road) constructed in the 3rd
century BC. The road was refurbished in the 16th century AD and became known as The Grand Trunk Road which also connected Dhaka with Sonargaon. Sonargaon Folk Art Museum & Goaldi Mosque (off day on Sunday & government holiday) The Goaldi Mosque is one of the very few surviving medieval monuments in the city of Sonargaon about half mile northwest of the little township of Panam. Built in 1519, the graceful, single-domed Goaldi Mosque is the most impressive of the few extant monuments of the old capital city, and a good example of pre-Mughal architecture. Lunch and dinner at local restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Chittagong.
Day- 2: Full Day Sightseeing at Chittagong
After breakfast at hotel we will move ahead to Fishery Ghat to local bazar and lifestyle. Later on visit
Chittagong War Cemetery is a memorable burial place for members of the armed forces who died during
2nd world war. Bangladesh Army built it and 755 dead persons were buried there. The soldiers buried
there were from United Kingdom-378, Canada-25, Australia-09, New Zealand-02, Undivided India-214, East Africa-11, West Africa-90, Burma (Now Myanmar)-02, Netherlands-01, Japan-19 and Non-soldiers-04. It is maintained by Commonwealth Grave Commission. Chatteswari Temple; this is a Hindu temple is dedicated to the Goddess Kali located in the center of Chittagong city in Bangladesh. It was built in the 18th Century. The goddess of the temple is considered the guardian deity of the town Chittagong, according to Hindu belief. The Ethnological Museum of Chittagong is the only ethnological museum in Bangladesh and is located in Agrabad, Chittagong. The Museum contains displays featuring the history of Bangladesh’s tribal people. Lunch & Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Chittagong.
Day -3: Chittagong – Dhaka (258 KM, 6-7 Hrs)
Breakfast and check-out from the hotel & proceed to Dhaka. En-route visit Comilla. After arrival at Comilla visit Salban Vihara (c. 7th century AD, The ruin of the Salban Vihara is located in Mainamoti (Comilla). In Mainamoti, till now 58 ruins of Buddhist stupas and viharas, built in between the 6th and the 13th centuries, have been discovered. Till the Second World War, these Buddhist structures were out of human sight being covered with thick vegetation. When the Japanese army reached at the border of Bangladesh (at that time a part of the British India Empire) and Myanmar, the British India government built a military cantonment at Mainamoti, and an airfield in Comilla. To build the cantonment, many ancient Buddhist structures were destroyed; and the military contractors demolished all the Buddhist stupas and viharas to collect bricks to be used to build the airfield. ), Mainamoti Museum, Itakhola Mura (off day on Sunday & government holiday) (7 th -8 th centuries AD, The impressive ruins of the Itakhola Mura, comprising a stupa-temple and a vihara, are standing on a hillock in Mainamoti at Comilla. Lunch at local restaurant. Upon arrival at Dhaka drop-off to the designated place and our tour will be end with sweet memories.
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