Category - BARISAL


Oxford Mission Church

The Oxford Mission Church is the second largest of Asia’s continent and one of the architectural features of artistic churches in Bangladesh. In the divisional city of Barisal in the southern part of West Bengal, the oldest structure is the...


Lebur Chor

The lemon peak is located in Kuakata. About 5 kilometers east of Kuakata Beach, Leibur is located on the peak, which is also known as Lemur Char or Nambur Char to the locals. There are several species of trees, such as Keora, Gewa, Goran, Karei...


Hurinaghata tourism center

Harinaghata tourism center south of Patharghata upazila of Barguna district, which is part of the Sundarbans. Harin, monkey, bird, and green leaf cloth are always in the face of the Harinaghata forest. There is no tiger in the forest. The forests of...


Swarupkathi, Pirojpur

Swarupkathi (Nesarabad) is an Upazila of Pirojpur district under Barisal division. This Upazila is filled with numerous canals. It’s a land of natural beauty. It has some tourist attractions as well and those are floating market, guava garden...


Kirtonkhola river, Barisal

Kirtankhola is a major river in southern Bangladesh. It is a famous river that starts from Sayeshtabad in Barisal district and ends into the Gajalia near Gabkhan khal (canal). It is also known as the Barisal River and it was the main transportation...


Kuriana, Pirojpur

Pirojpur is a district of Barisal division. ‘Floating Market’ is located at Kuriana under Swarupkati upazila of Pirojpur. The market runs every Friday from May to November. Many farmers and wholesalers gather here and sell different...


Boat Hut of Atghar Bazar, Pirojpur

There are numerous rivers and canals spread all over Barisal as well as the whole southern region. Among those, Barisal is filled with paddy, rivers and canals. For this reason, the livelihood of people of this region is closely linked with the...

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