Netrokona tourist spots are China Matir Pahar, Royailabari Fort, Birishiri, Hawor and much more. The place is also famous for the Aboriginal community.
Netrokona District Information
Netrokona ( নেত্রকোনা ) is a district under Mymensingh Division. It is in the Northern part of Bangladesh, Near the Himalayan border. It was turned into a district in 1984. Netrokona Pouroshaba (Main City ) consists of 9 wards and 33 mahallas. There are four rivers in Netrokona. They are Kangsha, Dhala, Magra, and Teorkhali.
There are 10 Upazilas in this district. They are Atpara, Barhatta, Durgapur, Kalmakanda, Kendua, Khaliajuri, Madan, Mohanganj, Netrokona Sadar, and Purbadhala. Durgapur Upazila, near the Indian border.
The district is bounded by Kishoreganj district on the south, the Meghalaya state of India on the north, Sunamganj district on the east and Mymensingh district on the west.
Netrokona tourist spots
Netrokona Sadar Upazila
- White Clay Field of Bijoypur,
- Ranikong Mission
- Tomb of Hazrat Shah Sultan Kamruddin Rumi (R) at Madanpur
- Three domed Saramushia-Haripur Mosque (Mughal period),
- Remnants of Roy Bari (zamindar) of Rameshwarpur
- Buddhist Math at Krishnapur of Atpara
- Tomb of Monai Shah at village Battala
- Tombs of seven Freedom Fighters’ at Lengura
- Twin Pond at village Amghail Pirijpur,
- Deva Mandir at Singdha,
- dilapidated building at Saoudpur (Mughal period).
- Ancient mosque at village Maskandha (Sultanate period)
- Palace of Maharaja at Susang Durgapur
- পাচঁহাট জামে মসজিদ
- খণকা সাহেবের মাজার
- Roailbari Jalal Mosque
- Ancient Fort (Roailbari union)
- Kali Mandir and Dighi at Danachapuri
- Jafarpur Khoaj Mosque
- Mosque built in the Mughal period (Chandgaon Union)
- Tomb of Bura Pir
- The ancient fort at village Betham (Sultan Alauddin Hussain Shah period)
- Shekher Bari Mosque (Hussain Shah period)
- Daulatpur Temple (876 BS)
- Bathbar Hawor
- Beder Dighi
- Garo Hill
- Kamala Rani Dighi
- Khoja Dighi (pond)
- The landscape of Gobindrapur Hill
- Monument of Tonka Movement
How to go
Name of the main bus terminal is Mahakhali from Dhaka. Buses are available from morning to night. There is train communication with Dhaka from Kamlapur railway station. There is no airport in this district.
Hotels are very cheap here. Government people are usually using circuit house. At Bisiri there is a YMCA rest house.