Jamboree Park, Agrabad, Chittagong [Travel Guide]

Jamboree Park (also spelt as Jamburi Park) is just light-dark poetry!

Jamboree Park, Agrabad, Chittagong

Five 500 LED lights are flashing lights that made two of the squares became visible. The light-weighted atmosphere of the 8,000-feet-walk walkway is surrounded by two-and-a-half-foot-long sight-seeing borders. 

Three two-step galleries to the edge of the artificial lake. Small green hinges around the ground. In the middle two camps. Standing bench for rest on the edge of the field. 

This is a beautiful Jamboree Park decorated in Agrabad of Chittagong port. This evening, in the evening, in the colourful luminosity of the ground. If you look from the tall buildings, then it takes the whole place to watch.

Jamboree Park, Agrabad, Chittagong

Jamboree Park has a large, spacious and long jogging track. At the same time, it has become an open garden of peace for people of different classes. 

In the design of the Architectural Department, land of 8,555 acres of land has been planted on 65 species of 10,000 trees. These include Sonalu, Nagaswara, Champa, Radhachura, Bakul, Sha'uli, Sycas, Tugar, Jarul and various species of trees. 

There are more than 500 local-foreign plants. There are 14 CC cameras installed for safety. There are two pump houses beside the reservoir. To protect the rain and tidal water, the entire Jamboree Park has been raised three feet above the road. 

Jamburi Park, Agrabad, Chittagong

Among them, the modern toilets have been kept in the north-east corner and in the south-west corner park guests. 

There are six gates to enter the park. Two on the north side, two on the south side, one in the front of the 10 storey building and there is a large gate in the front of the child hospital. 

The park will be open to the public. Every weekend, from 4 pm to evening, people of different classes come to visit Jamburi Park. Many people are exercising the body. The place has responded well to all.

Holidays with Friday are seen in the uppermost crowd.  The Public Works Department has organized the park at a cost of Tk 18 crore for the Ministry of Public Works and Public Works initiative. 

It is called the best park in Chittagong. Jamboree Park has become quite popular in CDA residential area, bank colony, T & T colony, and post office colony. Local residents believe that if properly maintained and caring, this place can become a new tourist destination.

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