Ready to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city? then set off for Sreemangal.
Sreemangal (also known as Srimangal), an upazila of Moulovibazer in the northern-eastern Division of Sylhet, is the Tea Capital of Bangladesh.
Sreemangal, is located at 24.3083°N 91.7333°E. It has 43,952 households and total area 450.74 km. As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Sreemangal had a population of
230,889. Males constitute 51.76% of the total population, whereas, the females were 48.24%. Sreemangal has 9 Unions/Wards, 129 Mauzas/Mahallas, and 206 villages. It is
a hilly area covered with tea estates.
There are small Tilas (hills) there. There are 47 tea gardens in Sreemangal. This little town is located about 200 KM northeast of Dhaka.
It is one of the world’s sources of high quality tea, contributing to 3% of the world’s total production. However it doesn’t stop there. Sreemangal is a prime eco-tourism
destination boasting of its untouched flora and fauna. Stroll along endless tea gardens with breathtaking views of lush greenery on sloping hills, trek in several forests to see a
multitude of species you only see in photos, experience bird watching, marvel in awe at one of the highest waterfalls in Bangladesh, discover an ancient palace, temples and
mosques, and witness distinctive tribal cultures and lifestyles. Surely you will find the absolute serenity that Sreemangal guarantees to travelers from all over the globe.
If you want to play with heart touching green tea leaves and lotus , Sreemangal is the right place for you! It is also called the capital of Tea or ‘two leaves and a bud’in
Bangladesh. A large portion of world’s highest quality tea is grown here. Sreemangal is famous for its nature, forests and wildlife.
The Seven-Layered Tea
Sreemangal is famous for it’s seven layered tea.
Nilkantha Tea Cabin, located around 5 kilometers south of town near BGB (Previously known as BDR) camp, serves tea with visibly 7 different layers. Invented by a local, the
7-layered tea is an original delicacy from Sreemangal. Published and televised locally and in different countries in the world, this is a treat you wouldn’t want to miss while in
town. Sip each layer slowly and try to guess what each layer is for a really fun experience. One-layered to six-layered tea are also available.