Jamboree Venue

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Industrial City, Mirsarai, Chattogram, BANGLADESH
The Jamboree ground has a vast area of 121 million square meters.

Venue

This site may be reached

  • by road from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka (215 km/5 hours)
  • by road from Shah Amanat International Airport, Chattogram (90 km/1.5 hours)
  • by road from Burimari Land Port, Lalmonirhat (672 km/14 to 15 hours)
  • by road from Benapole Land Port, Jashore (445 km/11 to 12 hours)
  • Connecting flights are also available from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka to Shah Amanat International Airport, Chattogram (30 minutes flight)

Apart from the mentioned 4 entry points, the overseas guests and the participants will be met at Dhaka Cantonment Railway Station also and they will be taken to the venue by road accordingly. Hence, all the participants and the IST members are requested to make their travel plan so that they can reach the Jamboree ground at the scheduled time.

It is mention worthy that all the inland transportation cost of the overseas participants from any entry point and back will be provided by the host except domestic air fare.

Venue Facilities

The Jamboree Venue, between the sea and the hills, is suitable for camping and adventure. It will have all the facilities required for camping including sub-camp facilities, potable drinking water, showers and toilets, staff dining, parking, GDV, cultural activities, contingent stands, Jamboree Headquarters, primary medical facilities), ambulance services, site security, etc.

Venue at a Glance

Way to the venue from Dhaka-Chattogram Highway

Off-Site Attraction

Mahamaya Lake and Water Falls

(distance from the Jamboree site – 22 kilometres): Mahamaya Lake is the 2nd largest lake in Bangladesh having an area of 11 square kilometers. It is a very beautiful lake. Visitors can ride a boat to enjoy the lake. In addition to the crystal clear waters of the lake and the hilly terrain, there are also mountain caves, rubber dams and impeccably beautiful fountains.


Sitakundu Botanizal Garden & Eco Park

(distance from the Jamboree site – 34 kilometers): This is the first eco-park in Bangladesh. It was established in 2001 on 808 hectares. The main purposes of creating this eco park are storing biodiversity, conservation. Spine of the Eco Park, pine-tree lined pathway designed for the visitors to enjoy the beauty of the water bodies such as the pond that defines the park. There are deer, bears, monkeys and birds such as magpie, parrots, swallows, herons and sparrows. Monkeys move always among the bamboo and some large trees. A flower lover’s zone, these two areas will have varieties of both garden and wild flowers to enjoy. A thematic zone dedicated to the Bengal delicacy of fruits, to showcase the bountiful nature of this part of earth and to encourage nature learning through identification of fruit bearing trees.


Khoiachora Waterfalls

(distance from the Jamboree site – 33 kilometers): Khoiyachora Waterfall is a hilly waterfall which is situated on the hills of Mirsarai. Among many other waterfalls in Mirsaraiupazila, such as Komoldoho Waterfalls, Napittachora Waterfalls, Napittachora Waterfalls, Sahasradhara Waterfalls, Jharjhari Waterfalls etc., Khoiyachora waterfalls and its corridor is one of the largest in this hilly belt having an area of 293.61 hectares. The Khoiyachora waterfalls has a total of seven major waterfalls (cascades) and many isolated steps. Since the location of the fountain is in Khoiyachora union of Mirsarai Upazila, the waterfalls has been named “Khoiyachora Waterfalls”.


Guliakhali Sea Beach

(distance from the Jamboree site – 20 kilometers): The beach is bordered by the Keora forest, with Canow trees bordering the canal going into the Forest. The environment is both Swamp Forest and mangrove forest.


Chandranath Temple

(distance from the Jamboree site – 29 kilometers): The Chandranath Temple is considered as a Shakti Peetha, the revered shrines of Shaktism. The mythology of Dakshayagaand Sati’s self-immolation is the source mythology behind the origin of Shakti Peethas. Shakti Peethas are divine shrines of Shakti, due to the falling of body parts of the corpse of Sati Devi, when Lord Shiva carried it and wandered throughout Aryavartha in sorrow. There are 51 Shakti Peeth linking to the 51 alphabets in Sanskrit. Each temple has shrines for Shakti and Kalabhairava. The Right Arm of Sati Devi’s corpse is believed to have fallen here. The Shakti is known by the name Bhavani. It is sacred to the Buddhistsand the Hindus


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