Bhagaban Tila A Beautiful Place At Khagrachari
As soon as he gets rid of civic life, he wants to go to a place surrounded by nature in search of some peace. And so Khagrachari can be a suitable place for your trip. Beauty posara is scattered all over Khagrachari. There are countless places of interest here to enchant you. The beauty of the mountains and lakes is dazzling here. And here is the hill of unearthly beauty. You will be fascinated by this beautiful hill of God.
Bhagwan Tila on the Bangladesh-India border, just north of Matiranga Upazila. The distance from Matiranga to the north-west of Khagrachhari district headquarters is about 85 km.
In front of the eye-catching horizon pair of green hills. Waterfalls coming down from the top of the hill. The Feni River forms the dividing line between Bangladesh and India flowing along the hills. Bhagwan Tila, 1,600 feet above sea level. This is like another Sajek of the mountain.
Bhagwan Tila is better known to the locals as B-Tila. This hill is located at the end of a winding and hilly path in the green chest. Green velvet on both sides of the path. Hilly settlements can be seen on the side of the road. Landscapes arranged all the way.
Undiscovered waterfalls, unseen hills, and ethnographic people live. Let the sunshine on the way to Bhagwan Tila. More than just landscapes arranged on either side of the path. There is a Border Guard Bangladesh-BGB observation tower in Tila. It is a unique place to get lost in the combination of green bamboo bushes, unnamed earthworms, and the murmur of waterfalls flowing down the hill.
Here the melody of the meeting of unknown birds and mountains is played at short intervals. On the way from Matiranga to Bhagwan Tila, one by one, there are hills, houses, flocks of birds somewhere in the blue sky.
God calls the sun on the top of the hill with the palm of the hand. At the same time, in the magical light of the last afternoon, a wonderful scene came to light. All the dazzling scenes on the way to Lord Tiller. Jumghar on the hillside.
The villages are covered with clouds. The rainbow line across the hills adjacent to the Kashaban seems to have brightened the green hills. The settlement of the hills in the hills. Bhagwan Tila, situated at the end of a winding and winding path in the heart of greenery, is like the queen of the beauty of the mountains made by Bidhata’s own hands.
How to get there:
From Dhaka, you can take Khagrachhari by taking buses of St. Martin, Shyamoli, Hanif, Shanti Paribahan, and others. The rent will be 470 to 520 Tks. You can also take a BRTC transport bus to Khagrachhari.
Then you can reach Matiranga Upazila by CNG or auto from Khagrachhari city.
Where to stay:
If you want to stay the night, you can stay in a tourist motel. There are also many residential hotels around Shapla Square in the city. The rent for these varies from Tk. 500 to Tk. 2,000. Below are the names and addresses of some of the hotels:
Tourist Motel: You can get it by crossing the Chengi River to enter the city. All the rooms in this motel have 2 beds. Rent: AC Tk 2,100, Non AC Tk. 1,300. Contact: 03716-208485.
Ekochhari Inn Hotel: Located in a hilly environment next to Khagrapur Cantonment. This is a resort-type hotel. Contact: 0371-62625, 3743225. Hotel Shail Suburban: 0371-61436, 01190776812.
Jerin Hotel: 0371-61071.
Hotel lobby: 0371-61220, 01556575746, 01199244730.
Hotel Shilpi: 0371-61795.
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