Srimongal, The Tea Capital of Bangladesh is a hilly area covered with tea estates. A large portion of world's premier quality tea is being grown here. It also known as the city of 'two leaves and a bud'. Srimongal is famous for its nature, forests and wildlife.
A momument of Brishretha Sipahi Hamidur Rahman near Dholol border at Kamalganj in moulvibazar, built by BDR (At present BGB), where a place has been preserved for Birshretha Sipahi Hamidur Rahman. He is among seven war heroes who were awarded the top title of Bireshrestha after independence.
The best national sanctuaies in Banglaesh. In 1997 Bangladesh Government declared it a National Park. This forest is built by the British, the time of their rule in Indian Subcontinent.
Enjoy the scenic beauty of the Tea Estates at Srimongal. There are more than 150 Tea gardens are located in Srimongal and out of which there are ranked as the largest tea gardens in the world.
Opportunities of experiencing and discovering tribal cultural excellence which has acquired worldwide reputation are rare and visitors are recommended to stop over at the Monipur, Tripura and Garo who are the mainstream of Adibashi (aboriginal) can also be discovered here.
This mosque is named after ascetic Khwaja Shah Mozammel Hoque (R.), who is the spiritual decedent of the renowned spiritual leader of this sub-continent Hazrat Shah Mohammad Yunus Ali Enayetpury(R.). This beautiful masjid has been built in Turkish design and its artistry is very attractive. IT's surrounding landscaping will easily catch the eye of the visitors and they can also attend the prayer during their visit.
The Natural lake inside the Madahabpur tes estate. This lake is surrounded by the hills planted with tea bush. This is an ideal place for Photography. You mush enjoy the sight and quitness of this lake.
This Tea includes a colorful combination of seven layers of ingredients. It is found In Nilkantha Tea-cabin near Srimongal Upazila under Moulvibazar disrict.