Malinichara Tea garden

Malinichara Tea Garden; First tea garden in this subcontinent

Malinichara Tea Garden is the first tea garden in Indian subcontinent, which is located on the Sylhet International Airport. It is  established in 1854 and it is the first commercial tea produced garden in Bangladesh.

Malinichara tea garden

Historically known, In 1849,  the Englishman Hudson,established it on  1500 acres of land.

Malinichara Garden is the first place to visit  for tourists. In Sylhet City, the tourists come to see the tea gardens in Malinichara .This places is an amazing places for all. It’s looks like a green carpet under the blue sky.

High-low elevation and green tea plant makes a combination of all the beauty of nature.

Several of the entrances to the garden of Malinichara. You can start enjoying the beauty of the tea garden with one of the ways. However, getting permission from the authorities before entering the garden to avoid trouble.

Malinichara tea garden
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Ali Bahar’s tea garden is located beside Malinichara. The color, taste, greenery and aroma of this garden are unrivaled.

Along with tea in the garden of Malanichara, the orange and rubber are now cultivated here.

How can go?

Buses from Dhaka to Sylhet leaves from Gabtali and Sayedabad bus terminals. The buses depart from morning till 12.45 hours, and leave the buses from Fakirapul, Sayedabad and Mohakhali bus stations.
In this way, the AC buses are operated by Green Line Transport, Saudiya, S Alam Transport, Shyamoli Transport and ENA Paribahan. Rent is from 8th to 1 thousand taka. Besides, Shyamoli Transport, Hanif Enterprise, Unique Service, Non-AC bus passage went to Sylhet. Rent is from 4 hundred to 4,500 taka.

Where to stay?

There are many hotels to stay in Sylhet, you can find any kind of hotel according to your needs and capabilities. Some known hotels are – Hotel Hill Town, Gulshan, Darga Gate, Surma, Kaikobad etc. There are many standard rest houses in low rent in the Lala Bazar area.

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