Who said that the best tea gardens of Bangladesh are only situated in Sylhet? Visit this tea garden too, which is situated in the Panchagarh district. Panchagarh is definitely one of the largest tea zones of Bangladesh right now, as the production is very high right now. Although Sylhet is the best place for tea gardens, Panchagarh is no way less than it.
It has been 19 years since this museum was established. It is one of the only museums in Panchagarh district and has a pretty decent archeological collection. This was built with the precious effort of Professor Nazmul Hoque of women’s university. Visiting this place is a must for the history lovers, who travel to Panchagarh.
An ancient temple must be a great place for the history lovers, right? This place was built during the 18th century, 1846 to be exact. It is one of the most visited places of Pachagarh because of the historic events, which took place here. For traveling to this place from Debiganj, you will have to go 12km northwest.
The temple is situated in the Pachagarh district. The temple is based on Skanda Purana; one of the most popular and worshipped mythologies of the religion Hinduism. It is an ancient temple, which is very close to the Karatoya River. The Cambodian Temple is also known as the Temple of the Peacock, it is situated in the Boda Upazila.
This palace was built in the 16th century! It is situated in the Kaliganj Upazila of Lalmonirhat district. It is without a doubt the most visited place of that district. The district is very close to the Rangpur district, so, visiting this place will be worth it.