Comilla City
Dec 21, 2016

Comilla City Bengali:(কুমিল্লা)is an eastern region city of Bangladesh. It is located beside the Dhaka to Chittagong Highway. It is the centre and a part of the Chittagong Division. Comilla is the second largest city of Bangladesh after Chittagong City. It is one of the three oldest cities of Bangladesh. Comilla City is a warmer city of Bangladesh. The temperature rises over forty degree Celsius in summer season.

Comilla City has a number of tourist spots. Different kind of destroys are showing here. These are mainly from the 7th to 8th century. These are now preserved in the Mainamati Museum. Mainamati is being a popular Buddhist spots in Comilla city. There is a little other place in Comilla tourists often visit. Shalbon Bihar is the historical place. There also Dharma Sagor, which will give visitor full of rest. Comilla Zoo is available for get diverted by animals. Lalmai Pahar is the natural appeal in Comilla City.

Comilla City is a municipal admin of Bangladesh. It controls and manages development in this city. This covers thirty three square kilometer area. Comilla City has over five million people permanently. This is one of the main cities for politics in this country. Bangladesh Awami League is popular all over the city. Comilla runs for City Corporation elections also.

Sports are pretty popular in Comilla. Cricket is played in all corner of the city. Comilla Victorians is an expert cricket team for Bangladesh Premier League. It is a center of road contact of eastern part of Bangladesh. The Grand Trunk Road passes beside the city. Dhaka to Chittagong Highway bypasses road crosses the Poduar Bazar. Comilla is ninety seven kilometers away from the capital city. It will take two and half hour to reach there. There are some international quality hotels available here for tourists.


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