General

7:30    : Pick up from your hotel and drive to Sonargoan the old capital of Bengal.

8:30    : Arrive and explore through the ruins of Sonargoan.

9:30    : Start for Comilla 96 Km and takes around 2\half hours.

11:30  : Arrive Comilla and visit ruins of the Buddhist monastery dated fro 7th century.

12:30  : Visit itakhola Mura and other Buddhist ruins.

13:00  : Take your lunch in a local highway restaurant.

14:00  : Start driving back towards Dhaka en route pay your respect to soldiers who gave

their lives in 2nd world war.

17:00  : Arrive to your hotel and end of our service.

 

Price Shall Include:

  • Pick up and drop from one convenient location.
  • Sightseeing of the places as per your interest from the above itinerary.
  • AC car / microbus / bus for the journey.
  • Lunch in a Bangladeshi Restaurant / in a fast food restaurant
  • Mineral water for drinking
  • An English speaking guide during the sightseeing

Price Excludes:

  • Item of personal nature
  • Items not mentioned on above

 

Available departures

 Sonargoan the old capital of Bengal
  The name Sonargaon came as the Bangla version of the ancient name Suvarnagrama Buddhist ruler Danujamadhava Dasharathadeva  shifted his capital to Suvarnagrama from  Bikrampur  sometime in the middle of the 13th century. In early 14th century, Bauddha ruling in this area ended when Shamsuddin Firoz Shah  (reigned 1301–1322) of  Lakhnauti occupied and annexed it to his kingdom.
Visit the Folklore and Art Museum , beautiful Panam City, Gualdi Mosque (1517AD).
  Ruins of Shalbon Buddhist monastery
About eight kilometres west of Comilla town, lies a range of low hills known as the Mainamati-Lalmai range which is dotted with more than 50 ancient Buddhist settlements dating from the 8th to the 12th centuries. Almost at middle is the Salvan Vihara of 115 cells built around a spacious courtyard with a cruciform temple in the centre. About 5 kilometres north of Shalvan Vihara is Kutila Mura, which is a picturesque relic of a unique Buddhist establishment.
2nd World War Cemetery
Comilla Cantonment is one of the most important military bases and is the oldest in East Bengal. It was widely used by the British Indian Army during World War II. It was the headquarters of the British 14th Army.There is a war cemetery, Maynamati War Cemetery, in Comilla that was established after the World War II to remember the Allied soldiers who died during World War I and II, mostly from Commonwealth states and the United States. There are a number of Japanese soldiers were buried there as well.
THINGS TO CARRY: 
(1) Windbreaker / raincoat / umbrella
(2) Snicker shoes for walking.
(3) Hat / Cap for Sun protection.
(4) Sun-burn lotion & insects spray.
(5) Binoculars
(6) Camera & films
(7.) Emergency medicine.
(8) A sharp eye to locate interesting objects
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