How To Go To Khulna From All Over The Country

Khulna

Sundarbans, Khulna is the beauty district of Mongla. Khulna is the fourth largest district in the country. Some of the famous places of Khulna are: Sundarbans, Bhutiaar Bill, Rana Resort and Amusement Park, Khulna Divisional Museum, Birshreshtha Mohammad Ruhul Amin’s Tomb Complex, Chuknagar Massacre Memorial Senhati Khulna, Birthplace of Poet Krishnachandra Majumdar, Ravi Thakur’s Adid Bhumi Park, Swatch of No Ground, Dakshindihi: Ravi Thakur’s father-in-law’s house, Rupsa Bridge, Dublar Char

Let’s find out how to get to Khulna from seven other divisions across the country.

From Dhaka to Khulna:

By Air:

There is no airport in Khulna. If you want to come by air, you have to go to Jessore Airport by air from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka. Then you can go to Khulna by bus or car from Jessore. Biman Bangladesh, Novo Air, and US Bangla operate flights on this route.

Waterways:

MV Madhumati and MV Bangali travel from Sadarghat Launch Terminal in Dhaka twice a week. However, this journey will take you about 24 hours to reach Khulna.

By Road:

You will get AC and non-AC buses from several transport companies including Sohag Paribahan, Green Line Paribahan to reach Khulna from Dhaka. You will get bus tickets online at Sahaj and Bdtikits. Also, trains like Sundarbans Express, Chitra Express, etc. provide passenger transport facilities on this route. You can buy train tickets through the rail service app.

Chittagong to Khulna:

By Air:

First, you have to take a flight from Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong to Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka. Then you have to fly from Dhaka to Khulna via Jessore. Biman Bangladesh, Novo Air, Regent, and US Bangla operate flights on this route.

Chittagong to Khulna:

By Air:

First, you have to take a flight from Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong to Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka. Then you have to fly from Dhaka to Khulna via Jessore. Biman Bangladesh, Novo Air, Regent, and US Bangla operate flights on this route.

Land route:

Hanif, Sohag Paribahan etc. You can come to Dhaka from Chittagong by bus from several transport companies and then go to Khulna. You can also go directly to Khulna from Chittagong by bus of Unique Service, Saudia, etc. You will get bus tickets online at Easy and BDTickets. You can also reach Dhaka by rail from Chittagong and then go to Khulna. You can buy train tickets through the rail service app.

Barisal to Khulna:

By land:

You will get buses from several transport companies to travel from Barisal to Khulna. Buses like Seven Star Seven Deluxe, Kuakata Express, Royal Express, etc. offer passenger transport on this route. The rent is approximately 300-350 Tks.

Rangpur to Khulna:

Land route:

Chilahati Khulna route Rupsha Express, Border Express, etc. trains can go to Khulna from Rangpur. You can buy train tickets through the rail service app.

From Sylhet to Khulna:

By Road:

Buses like Hanif Enterprise, Mamun Enterprise, Romer Special, etc. from Sylhet provide regular passenger transport on this route. The rent is around Tk 800-1,000.

From Rajshahi to Khulna:

By Air:

Biman Bangladesh and US Bangla operate flights from Shah Makhdum Airport in Rajshahi. You can come to Dhaka by these airlines and then go to Khulna.

Land route:

Shyamoli Paribahan, Rais Paribahan, Bhai Bhai Spesher Naich etc. You can go directly to Khulna from Rajshahi by bus. You can. You can buy bus tickets online at Easy and BDTickets. You can also go directly to Khulna by train from Rajshahi on Kopotaksh Express, Sagardari Express, etc. You can buy train tickets through the rail service app.

Mymensingh to Khulna:

Land route:

You can get direct AC or non-AC bus from Mymensingh to Khulna. Several transport companies, including Shamim Enterprise and Sonar Medina, offer passenger transport on this route.

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