Sajek Valley | Sajek Rangamati

Sajek Valley

Sajek, the sky high ridge top with amazing beauties, is especially revered for its relative height, adjoining valleys and ridges, huge rock blocks, passing clouds, modern tourist facilities and the best of all-- the wonderful local people. It encloses a perfect ambiance to discover tranquility and abundance of nature. It is a perfect holiday escape to feel nature or to adventure or just to summarize self. For photographers, it’s a wonderland to capture exquisite hilly landscapes, old nature, splash of clouds, rains and shines in the same frame, dwellers’ unique lifestyle and of course anything you are happy to click on. Sajek is an all-weather tourist spot.

Sajek ValleySajek is located in the verdant hills of Kasalong range of mountains amidst the serene and exotic beauty of nature. You will notice lofty mountains, dense forest, sprawling grasslands and miles and miles of hilly tracks. On the way you will cross Mayni range, River Mayni and River Kasalong where you will feel that the green and blue harmonized together. For the ups and downs of the road, sometime you will feel that you are very close to touch the sky and sometime you are fallen to the valley.

At Sajek you are in the top of everything you see around you. The Panoramic view of Sajek is extra ordinary. In Sajek you can see one of the oldest and furthest BOP (Border Out Post) of Border Guard Bangladesh. You can also see the wind-solar- diesel hybrid power system (Windmill) which is first introduced in the country by Bangladesh Army.

Where the paradise is: It is a union located at the farthest north of Chittagong Hill Tracts. SAJEK Union is under BAGHAICCHARI Upazila of RANGMATI district Form KHAGRACHARI district town it is 67 km toward north-east and from RANGAMATI A city it is 95km towards NW. International boundary with India is located within 8km towards east (Mizoram). It is a natural paradise of Chittagong Hill Tracks which was not explored for long time. The beauty of Sajek is amazing. It has attracted visitors and tourist form home and abroad. By soon Honorable President, Prime Minister, Minister, Foreign dignitaries have visited Sajek and they were amazed with her beauty. Moreover, nature lovers are visiting Sajek frequently.

Sajek ValleyPlaces to Visit in Sajek:
  • Rainbow Bridge
  • Horizon Garden
  • Hanging Garden
  • Stone Garden
  • Ruilui Para
  • Haza Chara waterfall
  • Konglak
  • Club House
  • Chaya Bithi
Way to go: Journey to Sajek through winding hilly road is another exciting experience. It’s a two hours black-top road journey from Khagrachari. Bus service is available to Khagrachari from both Dhaka* and Chittagong. One good option is to travel by night, reach Khagrachari at 7 am next morning and then move for Sajek. Microbuses and CHANDER GARIs are available at affordable rent (Tk 2500-3000).

Two state-of-the-art resorts, SAJEK RESORT and RUNMOY (01769302344,, have just been inaugurated. These two resorts are designed to offer quality facilities for the tourists. Besides, there is a club house, where a group of 20 persons may stay at night (Contact: Headman Lal Thanga Lusai-01552726987). One may also opt to be a paying guest at any local house.
Sajek Valley hill

Bus Services from Dhaka to Khagrachari:
Saint Martin Poribahan-01732406352/ 01732406355/ 01762691340)
S Alam Poribahan-01813329394/ 01818936716/01917720395
Shyamoli Poribahan- 029014560, 01815273942, 029003331

Special tips for visitors:
  • Cellular Network: Only Robi or Teletalk network is available here.
  • Clothing: You should carry warm clothing round the year to avoid humidity and cold weather in Sajek.
  • Photography: You should carry your camera because every moment is unique and you should not lose this memory.
  • Safety cream for insect: You should carry anti mosquito cream like ‘Odomos’ to avoid mosquito and insects.
  • Footwear: You should carry your snicker (Gents) or flat sole sandal\shoe (Ladies) for safe and comfortable movement through the hilly path.
  • Sun protection: You may carry sun glass and sun block cream to avoid the scorching sun.
  • Binocular: You may carry your binocular to see the non-breathable beauty closely.
  • Kits for Darkness: You may carry torch light to avoid the uneven darkness.
  • Individual visitor needs to pay a small amount of royalty for the community (20 taka per individual, 40 taka per Motor Cycle and 100 taka per vehicle).

National Martyrs' Memorial or Jatiyo Sriti Soudho

Jatiyo Sriti Soudho
It is a monument of Bangladesh. It is the symbol of the sacred memory and the sacrifice of those people, who was killed in the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971, which brought the independence of the nation of Bangladesh from Pakistani rule. It is located at Savar, about 35 km north-west of the capital, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was designed by one of prominent Bangladeshi architect Syed Mainul Hossain.

National Memorial of Bangladesh Plans for the monument was initiated right after the independence of the country, in 1972. Following the site selection, road and land development, a nation-wide design competition was held in June, 1978. Syed Mainul Hossain's design was chosen from that competition. The main structure and the artificial lake and other facilities were completed in 1982. The whole complex of Jatiyo Sriti Soudho is spread over an area of 34 hectares (84 acres) which is again wrapped around by a green belt of 10 hectares (24.7 acre). 

Water pool and the platform for laying wreath are placed in front of the monument (Jatiyo Sriti Soudho) while mass-graves are on both sides of the National Memorial of Bangladesh. From the main gate of the National Memorial of Bangladesh one can see the monument axially, but to reach there one has to walk through different levels of red pavements and cross a lake - all these representing the struggle for independence.

Today the National Martyrs' Memorial or Jatiyo Sriti Soudho has became a popular tourist spot and large number of locals and foreigners visit this historical monument of Bangladesh every day.


Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban | National assembly of Bangladesh

National assembly of Bangladesh
Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban which is also popularly known as National Parliament House is the National assembly of Bangladesh located in the Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka. It was created by prominent architect Louis Kahn, the complex, which accommodates all Bangladesh's parliaments, comprising 200 acres (800,000 m²), has distinctive architectural features and is one of the largest governmental complexes in the world. It may be called an architectural speculate of this region. It houses all parliamentary activities of Bangladesh.

Office blocks of National assembly of Bangladesh
The building was featured prominently in the 2003 film My Architect, detailing the career and familial legacy of its architect, Louis Kahn. Robert McCarter, author of Louis I. Kahn, described the National Parliament of Bangladesh as one of the twentieth century's most significant buildings.

Location and basic layout of National assembly of Bangladesh:

The Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban/enclave, situated in Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, is bounded by four major streets:

    Lake Road to the North;
    Rokeya Sarani to the East;
    Manik Mia Avenue to the South; and
    Mirpur Road to the West.

The main building of the National assembly of Bangladesh (the Bhaban) is divided into three parts. These are...

    The Main Plaza: 823,000 square feet (76,000 m²)
    South Plaza: 223,000 square feet (21,000 m²)
    Presidential Plaza: 65,000 square feet (6,000 m²)

The main building of the National assembly of Bangladesh is at the center of the complex. The outer parts of the complex include the MP hostel. An intricately designed lake surrounds the main building.

Visit to Parliament / How to visit National Parliament House or National assembly of Bangladesh:

The Parliament is open to the public Sunday to Thursday from 9:00am – 5:00pm. But there is some conditions to visit the National Parliament House of Bangladesh. Please take note of the requirements below should you wish to visit us.

Type of Visitors
Additional requirements

Not Required
Approval from the Secretary of the Parliament Secretariat
Briefing to visitors
Advance booking is required to observe a parliamentary session
Application to the Secretary of the Parliament Secretariat and forwarding letter
Same day
BDT 600 per person (at the reception of the parliament building)
Photo copy of passport and visa
BDT 500 per person (at Sonali Bank; Parliament Branch/ Farmgate Branch/ Lalmatia Branch)
Please download the visitor application form from

Please note that photocopy of passport and visa is required.

Most important: Camera, cell phone or similar electronic devices are not allowed inside the building.

Important link of National assembly of Bangladesh:
Official website of National assembly of Bangladesh: National assembly of Bangladesh
National assembly of Bangladesh in GOOGLE map:

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