Detail about Banshkhali Tea Garden

How to go to Banshkhali Tea Garden

Banshkhali Tea Garden –  Banshkhali Tea Garden is surrounded by greenery. Like a green carpet under the blue sky.

Green cultivation in high and low hills and hilly plains. Just green and green. Occasionally small towns surrounded by hills.

The winding methopath along the hillside. There is no mechanical pollution, the river Sangu flows in a crooked way in the north, in the heart of the Bay of Bengal, in the west there is a vast body of water, Banshkhali and Parki are two beautiful beaches.

There are salt fields across the vast south-west, where workers produce salt for certain times of the year;

It is like a green land of heavenly beauty.

Banshkhali Tea Garden has become one with all these incomparable endless beauties.

When it comes to tea gardens, the scenery of Sylhet or Srimangal floats before the eyes of almost all of us.

This is not unusual. Because the largest and most tea gardens in Bangladesh are in Sylhet and Srimangal.

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Banshkhali Tea Garden is one of the few clone tea gardens in the country. The tea leaves of this garden have been acclaimed at home and abroad for their taste and quality.

Due to the huge demand abroad, almost all the tea leaves of this garden are exported abroad.

The tea garden is making a significant contribution to the country’s economy through the export of these tea leaves.

In recent times this beautiful clone Banshkhali Tea Garden – Banshkhali Tea Garden is becoming very popular among tourists.

Banshkhali Tea Garden, Banshkhali Eco Park, Banshkhali Sea Beach and Napora Organic Park / Tarek Park

At present the tourism sector of Banshkhali Upazila is progressing fast.

The beginning of the establishment of Banshkhali Tea Garden:

This Banshkhali tea garden was established by Roy Bahadur, the then zamindar of the region in 1912 during the British rule.

Roy Bahadur of the Kundu community was the founder of this garden and later it came to be known as Kundu Tea Garden.

Until the Pak-India war of 1965, the Kundu family was responsible for the maintenance and operation of the tea garden.

After the Pak-India war, Kundu Roy Bahadur’s family left Pakistan and went to India.

Later Abdus Salam Munshi of Munshi Para of Pukuria Union took charge of the supervision of Banshkhali Tea Garden. He held this post till 1971.

During the war, the tea garden was reduced to rubble.

Later, the Deputy Commissioner gave the responsibility to the Chittagong Tea Board to revitalize the tea garden by making it a khas in accordance with Section 96/72.

According to him, Chittagong Tea Board started planting for the first time in 1985.

As they could not reach their desired goal, the responsibility was handed over to Banshkhali Tea Company.

Banshkhali Tea Company expanded its orchards and brought large areas under tea cultivation.

Banshkhali Tea Company operated tea garden till 2003.

In 2003, Banshkhali Tea Company was handed over to BRAC, a multifaceted Bangladeshi NGO.

After handing over the responsibility of tea garden to BRAC, BRAC brought about one and a half thousand acres of land under tea cultivation.

Until 2004, the raw leaves of this garden were collected and taken to the Kaiyachhara tea garden in remote Fatikchhari for processing.

In 2004, a tea processing machine was set up in the garden.

The garden was handed over to City Group, one of the largest industrial companies in the country, in December 2015 after extensive expansion and internal development under the management of BRAC.

At present this tea garden is being managed under the close supervision of City Group.

Location of Banshkhali Tea Garden:

The tea garden is located in Pukuria Union of Banshkhali Police Station, just 40 km from Chittagong city.

This tea garden can be reached by following two different paths.

 

Banshkhali Tea Garden Road Plan 01 …

You can go to Banshkhali Tea Garden by any vehicle from Chittagong city to Banshkhali.

From Bahaddarhat or Natun Bridge in the city, get a ticket for a special service bus to Banshkhali for Tk 55 and get on the bus.

At the entrance of Banshkhali, he went down to Chandpur Bazar, rented a CNG car reserve for 150 rupees and left for the tea garden.

Or go from Chandpur Bazar to Pukuria Chaumuhani Bazar for 15 taka per person.

If you walk 20 steps a little south from this market junction, you will see CNG cars lined up.

You can go directly to Banshkhali Tea Garden by renting these cars for 15 Taka.

Banshkhali Tea Garden – Banshkhali Tea Garden Road Plan 02 …

Every year millions of tourists from home and abroad visit Cox’s Bazar to enjoy the beauty of the sea.

Tourists interested in getting to and from Cox’s Bazar can visit the excellent Banshkhali Tea Garden – Banshkhali Tea Garden.

Those who are going to Cox’s Bazar by private car can easily go to this Banshkhali Tea Garden – Banshkhali Tea Garden.

After crossing the new bridge of Chittagong city, you will come to a place called Vellapara Crossing and you will see that two roads have gone in both directions.

The road on the left has gone straight to Cox’s Bazar, and the other road has gone to Banshkhali via Anwara.

Continue along this road to Chandpur Bazar, the famous entrance of Banshkhali.

Banshkhali Tea Garden – Banshkhali Tea Garden 5 km east-south from Chandpur Bazar.

On the way back from Pukuria Chaumuhani Bazar you can easily and short distance walk to Cox’s Bazar by following two routes.

Maulvi’s shop is 30 km further along Pichdhala smooth road to the east from Pukuria Chaumuhani Bazar.

Once you reach Maulvi’s shop, you will get to the main Cox’s Bazar Road, and you can easily leave Cox’s Bazar from here.

Another easy and short distance route is from Pukuria Chaumuhani Bazar to Chandpur Bazar via Banshkhali-Pekua-Chakaria to Cox’s Bazar.

The biggest advantage of going to Cox’s Bazar along this road is that the distance of 45 km will be saved.

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