Moinat Ghat is located in Dohar of Dhaka, where you will be fascinated, will be looking at the wonders of the river Padma. Seeing the boat of fishermen roaming in Padma and walking on the banks of the Padma, for a little while, you will feel that you are now on the beach in Cox’s Bazar, not in Doha. Basically for this reason many people are saying Moinat Ghat Mini Cox’s Bazar.
The rainy season is suitable for visiting Moinot Ghat. The lower part of the road on both side of the road, where peas are cultivated throughout the vast oceans, all of them are submerged in the Padma. She is a sight to see. Dry also has no beauty. Then there will be the calm form of the Padma. One evening, when you see the sunset in the Padma river, remember the next one hundred evening. A lot of people are coming here due to being around Dhaka, they are turning around. With speedboats, trawlers or fencing, many are roaming on the chest of Padma.
Nawabganj route can be seen on the Moinot Ghat if you wish to see it along with some other tourist sites such as Jajbari, Ukilbari, Ansar camp, playhouse house and Nawabganj. If the residents want, they can easily take a day trip to this small Cox’s Bazar Moinot Ghat in Dohar.
If the speedboat is going to run from Moinot Ghat to Char Bhadrasan of Faridpur, then it will be worth 160 rupees. Can carry 10 to 12 people. It takes 16 to 17 minutes for the speedboat to run from Monnet Gate to Speedboat. 20 minutes if the Padma waves According to Mohammed Akash, a speedboat operator of Moinot Ghat, the speedboat reserve for 20 minutes will be counted as Tk 2,000 for traveling in the Padma. It would be better to rent a few shares. And one thousand rupees for ten minutes. If you want to reserve the trawler for the Padma, then you have to count 500 to 1000 rupees for 1 hour. Of course, you will be sure to bastard. Trawler information was found from the trailer driver Rubel. According to information provided by boat driver Shahidul Islam, if you want to take a small boat with engine, you will have to charge 300 to 600 rupees in one hour.