Sreemangal Tourist Spots are Lawachhara National Park, Hakaluki Haor, tea garden and more. The Tea Capital of Bangladesh is Sreemangal.
It is bounded by Maulvibazar Sadar Upazila on the north, the Tripura state of India on the south, Kamalganj Upazila on the east, Chunarughat, Bahubal and Nabiganj Upazilas on the west.
Sreemangal Tourist Spots
- Nirmai Shiva Bari (1454 AD)
- Tea daughter sculptor
- Copperplate of Raja Marundanath (11th century) discovered in village Kalapur and
- Statue of god Ananta Narayan (discovered during excavation at village Lamua).
- Bikka Bill
- Deanston Cemetry at Finlay Tea Estate
- Gas Field
- Bangladesh Tea Research Institute
- 7 Lear tea of Ramesh Ram Gour at 14 Rifle Battalion Canteen at Kalighat, Tea stall name Nil Kantha.
- Nirala Punji Khashia Village – 25 KM from Srimongal
- Hakaluki Haor
- Shatchari Forest
- Basu Deva Mandir at village Bhunadeva,
- Hail Haor
- Lawachhara National Park and Forest
- Mini Museum of Sitesh Ranjan Dev
- Bharaura Lake
- Magurchhara Khasia Punji
How to go
There are good bus and train from Dhaka. The bus and train are well connected. Buses are available from Sadabad and Mohakhali. ENA bus service is popular. The train service is available from Kamlapur station. The trip takes 5-6 hours on the train. The nearest airport is Sylhet.