Start from Dhaka in the early morning for Moinamoti which is about 114 km southeast of Dhaka and well connected by road the journey will take two and half hours time. on arrival you will visit “War cemetery” where you can see the graveyard of the soldiers died in the Myanmar front during the World War-2. Drive to the Archeological camp where the Salbon Vihar and the Museum are located. Excavated Buddhist remains of 8th/9th century are dotted
all the way along the north – south running Lalmai – Moinamoti – hill range.
From here the following adjacent sites you may also visit: Ananda Vihar, Charpatra Mura, Itakhola Mura, Rupban Mura, Kutila Mura and Triratna Stupa. Among these, the Ananda Vihara, the Charpatra Mura and the Kutila Mura are situated within the Moinamoti Cantonment are therefore, prior permission of the cantonment authorities is necessary for the visit. After lunch at Miami restaurant we will drive back to Dhaka.
On the way back, we will stop at Sonargaon, the oldest city, which was the capital of Bengal from 13th – 17th century for sight-seeing. If our time permits, we may visit the folklore museum and the Panam village, on arrival Dhaka in the evening transferred to the hotel / residence.
Buddhist Buddhist Archeological Sites (Day long) – US$ 90 for single
Archeological Sites (Day long) – US$ 60 for double
Economy Price per adult : USD 40, Price per Child: USD 25