Nilgiri Bandarban

Nilgiri Bandarban


Nilgiri Bandarban is one of the most fabulous places in our country. The Nilgiri Tourist Center is situated on the hill top of Bandarban-Thanchi road, about 52 kilometers south-east of Bandarban district headquarters. This tourist center is located at the height of about 2,000 feet from sea level. It is also known as Darjeeling of Bangladesh as it can quickly reach the clouds from this place.


From Nilgiri Bandarban everywhere is green and green. The beautiful greenery and loneliness of the surroundings are one of the attractions of Nilgiri.

Nilgiri Bandarban

During the construction of the Chimbuk-Thanchi road by the 17 Engineer Construction Battalion of Bangladesh Army, it was declared as the security patrol at Kapru Para area on the Bandarban Thanchi road of Mro people. Later, in the planning of high officials of the Bangladesh Army, it got the fullness of a tourism center.

Nilgiri


There are many delightful cottages here, Meghdut, Akashlina, Nilanjona and Marma House. Currently, there is a cafeteria.  Local and foreign tourists are coming to Nilgiri Bandarban every day.

Nilgiri

During the day, there are visible sightings of the Bay of Bengal and shipping from this place, which attracts tourists very easily. Besides, the scenic view of zigzag Sangu River which flutters through the hills is simply excellent. To stay and remain at this Nilgiri resort with modern facilities, contact the Bandarban Brigade Headquarters of the army in advance. Nimagiri Resort is a beautiful place to keep these scenes in the memory of the tourists.

Nilgiri Bandarban


Location of Nilgiri: Coinciding Nilgiri Tourism is a charming attraction to tourists. Tourism Center is 47 kilometers away from the district headquarters on the zigzag road. It is 26 kilometers to reach Nilgiri by way of Chimbuk Hill, Thanchi Upazila road, which is known as the Queen of the hill of Bengal. The surrounding scenes are stunning on the way.

Bandarban Nilgiri


The Nilgiri Tourism Spot, which is managed by the army of Bandarban 69 army infantry region. There are also well lodging and food arrangements. Cottages made at the Nilgiri Tourist Spots are also kind of interesting to see. Just around mountains and hills. Where the two eyes go only green and green. It is a different feeling.

Bandarban Nilgiri

If you want to see the clouds, then visit Nilgiri now to see the natural beauty of Bandarban. From the Alikadam of Bandarban to Thanchi road, Nilgiri is reached on the hill.


Bandarban Nilgiri


Nilgiri near the sky: If you want to touch the sky, you will have to go to Nilgiri. When Nilgiri climbs to the top of the hill, the sky will come and catch you in your hands. On the head, blue sky, playing a white cloud in Nilgiri Hills. This place is a spectacular beauty. Due to Nilgiri, Bandarban is called Darjeeling of Bangladesh.

Nilgiri



There is much more joy in the winter and rainy season to visit the area. However, during the rainy season, you will enjoy more because at that time you will see the cloud are dancing.

Nilgiri Bandarban

Three cottages with facilities for the tourists named as Akashnila, Meghdut and Nilatana have been developed at Nilgiri Tourist Center on the remote hills. Cabins are rented for the night to run between 1 thousand and two and a half thousand Taka. There is also a sophisticated restaurant. You will find delicious foods at a reasonable price.
Baga Lake
Boga Lake
Nilagiri is a unique gift of nature. From the peak of Nilgiri, the country's second highest mountain, Keokarodong, natural wonders Boga Lake, Cox's Bazar sea beach, lighted lamps of Chittagong Sea Port and the sight of the hills are amazing.

There are several Mro tribal villages near Nilgiri. Kapru Para/village is near the Nilgiri, and you can easily find out about the Mro indigenous. There is a camp of Bangladesh Army in Nilgiris. As a result, there is no shortage of security. Army personnel will extend their cooperation to any of your needs.


Nilgiri Bandarban


The beauty of Nilgiri night is more wonderful. Seeing all the wild animals of the surrounding deer, the fox and the light-skinned play of the hills, your life seems to be mysterious. For those who love adventure, the night space may be the best place for the evening. On the way to Nilgiri, you can see the beautiful beauty of Bandarban.

Nilgiri Bandarban Resorts


Here the indigenous Bom (tribal) girl's will welcome you. From here you can buy indigenous hand-made products. After that, you will see Shopnochura. From Shopnochura, Bandarban's magnificent beauty can be enjoyed.


Bandarban Nilgiri


You will reach Chimbuk after Shopnochura. Chim Buk's reputation is all over the country. There is a massive tower of T & T, and the development board has created the rest house with all the facilities. There is also a rest house in the Road and Highways Department.


Upon reaching Chimbu, you can take a cup of tea from the tribal people and move towards Nilgiri. There is a canteen run by the army. Here you can have your lunch or light meal.


Sangu River
Sangu River
The most interesting thing about Nilgiri is that the Sangu River flowing over Bandarban is seen from here. From here it seems that Sangu River is very close to you. The beautiful scene of the Sangu River is enjoyed from here. Seeing the small boats that have torn off in Sangu River, from a distance, a dream can be seen.

Nilgiri Bandarban Resorts


Nilgiri Bandarban Resorts: There are six cottages named as Akashlina, Meghdut, Nilangana, Hetkora Raicha and Marmaraicha at the Nilgiri Resort. To stay in them, tourists will have to count 4 to 10 thousand Taka. And for eating more than ten people at Nilgiri Restaurant, there are rules for charging extra one to one and a half thousand with the bill.
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Nilgiri Bandarban Resorts



Booking Cottage's room at night and booking at the restaurant at Nilgiri has to be booked almost one and a half months before eating at the restaurant. In the case of booking, an officer of the army officer level must be referenced. There is no booking system without references, at Nilgiri Resort. However, there is no mention to tourists visiting, to tour the Nilgiri tourism spot, the visitors are allowed to pay 50 Taka per person and an extra fee of three hundred Taka for cars.

Nilgiri Bandarban
How to go to Nilgiri Bandarban: Everyday you can reach Bandarban Sadar by bus from different transport buses to Dhaka. Can go to Nilgiri by riding Chand's (Chander Gari) car from Bandarban Sadar. Or you can go to Purabi-Purbani from Chittagong by Non AC bus and then from Kadamtoli you can go to Bandarban by BRTC AC bus. Bandarban-Kernihat bus service has also been started from Keranihat of Chittagong-Coxs Bazar road. You can choose yours to go to Bandarban.


Various types of hired vehicles are available to visit tourist spots in Bandarban with Nilgiri. However, for a couple of zip, Land Cruiser, Pipodoras, the reservation of the cars is a lot more. But there are alternatives. The cost is much less when traveling around the Nilgiri with family and friends.

CNG and Mahindra are available to go to Nilgiri. There is also the opportunity to go to Nilgiri in Bandarban-Thanchi Upazila road. The time spent is wasted, but the cost will be reduced.


Nilgiri Bandarban
Thanchi to Nilgiri Road

Where to Stay in Nilgiri Bandarban: Bandarban has numerous resorts, hotels, motels, and rest houses. Where you can spend the night at six to three thousand Taka. There are also lodging facilities at Nilgiri Resort as mentioned earlier.

Nilgiri Bandarban Resorts
A resort in Nilgiri
The others are – Meghla Parjatan Complex. In contrast, Holiday Inn Resort on the small hilltop. There are many small cottages available here. Hotel Four star located in Bandarban town There are both AC and non-AC rooms. Each room of the hotel has television. Hotel Three Star located in Bandarban Municipality.

Nilgiri Bandarban Resorts
Nilanjona Resort
In Nilgiri, there are suitable arrangements to stay at night with family members. However, the room is not rented, flat rent. There is a chance for up to 8 to 15 people in each flat. You can arrange food by your management.



Nilgiri Bandarban


Let's go to Nilgiri Bandarban, one of the most attractive places to visit in Bangladesh before die.

Comments

  1. OMG, everything looks like a beautiful dream! I'd love to take a walk in this heaven :)

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    1. Yeah, Nilgiri Bandarban is really an amazing place to visit before die.

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  2. Wow that enclosed lagoon-like photo made my heart flutter! Wanderlust <3

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  3. Hi Radif,
    The pictures are worth a thousand words. They are quite amazing and make me feel like I have been there. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thank you so much for loving the post.

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  4. Wow. First off, the photos are stunning!
    And I didn't know there was so much infrastructure there. Thank you for sharing.
    Cheers

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  5. Some amazing clicks here! I love being close to nature and Nilgiri Bandarban certainly is my kind of place. Fairy tale like settings. Meanwhile, I have already added Bandarban to my bucket list. Thanks for sharing this!

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  6. Seriously stunning! Your post has so much information, really makes me want to visit!

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  7. Wow, those pictures are breath-taking. I didn't know Bangladesh is this beautiful, now I want to visit it.

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  8. Amazing place with beautiful View

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  9. The photos are gorgeous and the words paint an even more gorgeous picture. I would love to visit Bangladesh after reading this, thank you for sharing.

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  10. These pictures are amazing and reminds me of the wonderful world of nature. Thank you.

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  11. Wow this looks like such a beautiful and amazing place to visit! Your photographs are absolutely stunning!!! Shell

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  12. This is just beautiful. I have to ask what kind of camera these are shot on? They are so beautiful. I find even some of the best camera's can't capture beauty like this.

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  13. Such a beautiful place! I never would have thought there were places there I'd want to see.

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  14. The pictures are breathtaking and instantly makes you wanna go there. Superb !!

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  15. Bangladesh is really very beautiful. thanks for sharing

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  16. It would have never been a place I would think to visit but you made it seem so surreal! Beautiful pictures!

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  17. Your posts are always so engaging and descriptive, I love reading them. I always feel like I can really imagine what a place is like and I love the sound of being able to touch the sky!

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  18. It's the first post I read on Bangladesh. It's not what I expected. Everything looks so nice and green. I love your pictures

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  19. Those images are soooo amazing! Adding Bangladesh to the top of my bucket list

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  20. WOW! I can't get over how GREEN everything looks! It must rain a lot there! Such a beautiful location, you must feel like you have your own slice of heaven here on earth!

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  21. I absolutely love the knowledge you included with these photos. And those photo taking skills.. breathless!

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  22. This is beautiful! The clouds, the greenery and those VIEWS combine to make this look almost like something from another universe.

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  23. I've always wanted to visit Bangladesh, mostly because I love cricket! And wow, the area of Nilgiri Bandarban looks incredible. I love that it is so high up and amongst the clouds sometimes! Thanks for sharing, especially the beautiful photos :)

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  24. Wow, Bangladesh looks so awesome! You're photos makes it that much more interesting! Bangladesh is actually on top of my bucket list and your post is pushing it higher on that list!

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  25. What a beautiful place! It looks so calming and serene. I believe this would be a great place to travel to.

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  26. I love your blog! The history, info, pics--it's fantastic. Thanks for sharing!

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  27. Wow these pictures are stunning. I have never heard of Nilgirl Bandarban but it Is a beautiful place and I would love to see it.

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  28. Your photos are amazing! They are almost surreal, too good to believe that it's actual places I'm looking at! Amazing pictures and post.

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  29. Seriously your photos are incredible! I love how the fog is rolling in and how green everything is. It actually reminded me of Costa Rica a little bit. I will have to read more about Nilgiri because the truth, I've never heard of it before.

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  30. Your pictures are stunning and this place looks so so incredible! I had never heard of Nilgirl Banbardan before but if I ever have the opportunity to travel there, I will!

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  31. These photos are beautiful!! I haven't heard of nilgril banbardan , but it looks like a relaxing and cultural place !

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  32. Niligiri looks absolutely gorgeous!! Definitely added to my travel list!!

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  33. Your photos are stunning. What a gorgeous place! I haven't heard of Nilgril Banbardan before but it looks like a must see.

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  34. Wow, these photos are absolutely stunning and make me want to visit! Love this post! xo

    Talina @ Sassy & Dangerous

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  35. The photos are stunning. I've never been to Bangladesh and I totally agree that this is a place that I must visit before I die - too beautiful to be true!
    xx

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  36. Wow. It looks so luscious and green! Beautiful pictures.

    ❥ tanvii.com

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  37. Your photos are beautiful! Nilgiri looks like an amazing place to visit. .

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  38. OMG. Did you take all these photos yourself? I didn't know this is part of Bangladesh and it's indeed beautiful and surreal. There's so many of them that I wish to see for myself!

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  39. I have never been to Bangladesh but I can totally see that it is such an underrated place. People have this image of being an extremely poor country but they don't realize it has too much to offer.

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  40. Such a beautiful place. Very great photography and well done.

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  41. Wow it's so beautiful! & to think that it can reach the clouds. I haven't visited a place that high yet

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  42. Loaded with info. Thanks for this post. Your pictures are beautiful too.

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  43. Wow! This place looks beautiful! It feels like the photos are from Philippines. It feels like home.

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  44. Everything is so nice and I love how nice and relaxing this look. I would be nervous going that high up.

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  45. wow this looks like heaven , really ! amazing photos !

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  46. these pictures are incredible! i've never been but this makes me absolutely want to visit soon! so stunningly beautiful!

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  47. Wow! Very beautiful! I can't wait. Need to start traveling.

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  48. This Nalgiri looks like a great and fabulous place to explore. Those pictures is such a breathtaking. I really want to try the Sangu River flowing over Bandarban. So interesting!!

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  49. I love how in each and every photos the clouds looks so vivid and bright, great article!

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  50. Gorgeous photos!! Stunning place, I would love to go!

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  51. The natural scenery and the amazing mountains and river are pretty attention catching! your pictures are so beautiful! would love to go here someday! Cheers!

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  52. Wow this is amazing. You took such stunning and serene images.

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  53. Thanks for sharing such an informative post.

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  54. nice post, and wonderful photos you got there. love it.

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  55. Having a feeling that this places are great

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