Last Updated on 27/04/2022 by Alfred
Bhola Tourist Places: The largest island district of Bangladesh is Bhola, known as the Queen Island of Bangladesh. The reputation of Sweets and Ghosh’s Dadhi of Ghouinger Haat in the Bhola district is famous all over the country.
Bhola is the preferred destination for tourists to visit various chars and islands. There are many beautiful tourist places In Bhola one should visit. Among the places to visit in the Bhola district are Manpura Island, Char Kukri Mukri, Slope Char, and Jacob Tower.
The 6 Beautiful Tourist Places In Bhola You Should Visit
1. Manpura Island/Monpura Dwip/মনপুরা দ্বীপ – A Tourist Spot in Bhola
Manpura Island is an isolated land under the Bhola district of Bangladesh. The Meghna river flows to the east, west, and north of Manpura Island and the Bay of Bengal is on the south side. It is one of the most beautiful places in Bangladesh and a great tourist attraction in Bhola.
There is a rare opportunity to see sunrise and sunset from Manpura island. The island also has deer sanctuaries, a Manpura landing station, and Chaudhary Project.
The Manpura landing station has been constructed 500 meters inside the Meghna river. Local people and tourists come here from afternoon till night to spend time.
The deer in the deer sanctuary on the island came very close to the main road at high tide. It is sometimes necessary to stop the bike and wait for the deer to cross.
There is also a fish enclosure called The Chowdhury Project on the island. A row of coconut trees spread over a vast area and across the banks of the lake are charming to spend an afternoon.
Manpura Island is an ideal place for cycling and camping. Getting lost in the river and the green kingdom with bicycles creates thrilling feelings.
During a visit to Manpura Island
Winter is the most appropriate time to visit Manpura Island. Camping trips to Manpura in winter add extra joy.
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2.Bir Shreshtha Mostafa Kamal Memorial Museum/বীরশ্রেষ্ঠ মোস্তফা কামাল স্মৃতি জাদুঘর
Mohammad Mostafa Kamal is a brave warrior who sacrificed his life for Bangladesh’s independence in the 1971 liberation war.
On December 16, 1947, he was born in the West Hajipur village of Daulatkhan Upazila in Bhola. Thanks to his father’s job, he spent most of his childhood life in the cantonment.
Growing up with a dream of becoming an army member at the age of 20, Mostafa Kamal joined the 4th East Bengal Regiment of Pakistan. In 1971, he participated in the war for the East Bengal Regiment in Brahminbaria.
During the war, he was verbally given the responsibility of Lance Naik. During the liberation war, this brave son was martyred by Pakistani invader force in the equal battle.
In 2008, the Birshreshtha Mostafa Kamal Memorial Museum and Library was established at Mostafa Nagar in Alinagar Union, about 7 km from Bhola district city, to honor and commemorate the sacrifice of this brave freedom fighter.
And the village of Mautupir has been renamed, Kamal Nagar. The museum has various monuments of Bir Shrestha Mostafa Kamal, materials used by him, photographs, and books containing the liberation war history.
The library also contains a rich collection of diverse books, including biographies of famous people, novels, religious books, scientific writings, general knowledge, children’s literature, poetry.
Schedule: Bir Shrestha Mostafa Kamal Memorial Museum is open every day from 10 am to 4 pm except for public holidays.
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3.Freedom Museum/ Shadhinota Jadughor/স্বাধীনতা জাদুঘর
The Freedom Museum (Shadhinota Jadughor) has been set up at the initiative of the Tofail Ahmed Board of Trustees in Bhola’s Banglabazar area to inform the younger generation about the exact history of the Great War of Independence. It is a perfect tourist place for the people who wants to know about the liberation war of Bangladesh.
Famous architect Ferdous Ahmed designed this attractive entertainment center in Bhola built on about an acre of land.
Shadhinota Jadughor preserves the full history of the anti-British movement, the 52-year-long language movement, the 54-year-long United Front elections, the 62-year-student movement, the 66-point, the 69-year-long uprising, the 70-year-election, and the great liberation war of 71.
There is also an opportunity to learn about the history of Bangladesh by watching information-based videos and rare pictures.
On the first floor of the Shadhinota Jadughor, there is a series of historical events, including the partition of Bengal, the anti-British movement, the country’s partition, and the language movement of 52.
The second floor is in the history of Bangladesh’s freedom struggle from the language movement of 1952 to December 16, 1971.
And on the third floor is the history of various post-independence movement struggles.
There are also stories of the struggling life of freedom fighter Tofail Ahmed, a close companion of the father of the nation. He witnessed all the democratic movements and achievements of Bangladesh.
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4.Nizam Hasina Mosque/নিজাম হাসিনা মসজিদ
Located in Bhola, Bangladesh’s only island district, the Nizam Hasina Masjid (Nizam Hasina Mosque) is Bangladesh’s largest mosque in the southern region.
The Nizam-Hasina Foundation has set up the two-story edifice on about 1.5 acres of land at Vakil Para in Bhola city.
Marble stones of different colors have been used to construct this magnificent Nizam Hasina Mosque with spectacular carvings. It is a famous tourist place in Bhola.
Nizam Hasina Mosque has a separate ajukhana (place of ablution) for men and women and offers prayers. About 2,000 Muslims have the opportunity to pray together in this mosque.
The Nizam Hasina Mosque was inaugurated for regular prayers on Friday, December 30, 2016, after the mosque’s foundation stone was laid in June 2010.
Nizam Hasina Mosque has a dome of 60 feet in height. And the height of the minaret installed in the mosque is 120 feet.
The beauty of the mosque is enhanced by the calligraphy, attractive fountains, and well-manicured flower gardens.
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5.Jacob Tower/জ্যাকব টাওয়ার
Jacob Tower or Charfashion Tower is the highest watchtower in the subcontinent located in Charfashion in the Bhola district.
Designed to resemble the Eiffel Tower, this 16-floor tower will hold 50 visitors per floor and 500 spectators through all 16 floors.
The modern Jacob Watch Tower has a 16-capacity transparent glass capsule lift for tourists to climb up the stairs. The 225-foot-high tower is attractive and high in Southeast Asia.
Built in a full steel structure, the tower is tolerant of an 8-magnitude earthquake. Transparent glasses have been used around the tower.
On the 17th floor is the entertainment system. With binoculars, you can enjoy the scenic beauty around the tower for up to 100 square kilometers.
Manpura Island, Char Kukri-Mukri Dwip, Dhalchar, Tarua Beach, Bay of Bengal, and Patuakhali High Resolution around Bhola can be observed through this binocular.
The tower has rest, first aid, and dining facilities.
Entry Fee: An entry fee of Rs 100 per person will be required for entering this tower run by municipal authorities.
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6.Char Kukri Mukri/চর কুকরি মুকরি
Char Kukri Mukri has located about 120 km from Bhola city on the Mohna river in Meghna in The Bay of Bengal, known as one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in Bangladesh.
Once upon a time, more dogs and rats were found in this pasture, which is why it became common in the mouths of local people called Char Kukri Mukri.
Under the supervision of the forest department, the afforestation of the respiratory mangrove tree began on about 360,000 acres of land on May 14, 1989.
Char Kukri Mukri’s forest land is covered with beautiful gewa, animals, keora, coconut, bamboo, and cane.
Currently, Kukri Mukri Char has a forest area of 8565 hectares, of which 217 hectares are wildlife sanctuaries, and 4,810 hectares are agricultural habitats and settlements.
Fishing and farming are the main occupations of the people living in Char Kukri Mukri.
The Char Kukri Mukri sanctuary animals include chitra deer, monkeys, foxes, otters, wild buffalo-cows, forest cocks, forest cats, etc.
There are also different birds and reptiles like a buck, conch shell, mathura, wood peacock, quail, etc.
A large number of unsettled birds arrive at Char Kukri Mukri in winter. In addition, the beach of Kukri Mukri Char is quiet and clean.
It has more than 90 million live trees in its forest land. Char Kukri Mukri’s chest-torn rental canal has crashed into the Bay of Bengal via the Meghna river.
You can also find the atmosphere of Cox’s Bazar or Kuakata beach here.
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The locals know this place as Balu Dhoom. Kukri Mukri beaches offer an opportunity to enjoy a spectacular view of sunrises and sunsets.
When to visit Char Kukri Mukri
The real beauty of Char Kukri Mukri can be enjoyed in winter. Again winter is the right time to camp here.
The tip of the char is submerged in the monsoon, so it is better not to go on a Char Kukri Mukri trip during the rainy season.
January to March is the ideal time to visit Char Kukri Mukri.