The cemetery of the soldiers killed in World War II (Chittagong War Cemetery) is located on Badsha Mia Road in Mehdibagh Gol Hill area of Chittagong. Allied soldiers were buried here in World War II during the invasion of Azad Hind Fauj. The laid-back calm atmosphere of the Chittagong War Cemetery, which is situated on the hillside, will create a mournful atmosphere in your mind.
Chittagong War Cemetery is open to visitors 7 days a week. Open daily from 7am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm. Apart from this, it is not allowed to enter war cemetery during the rainy days and on the day the medicine is provided in the cemetery.
To see war cementery, one must first come to Chittagong From any place in the city of Chittagong, GEC mode (General Electric Company) can come from there and take Rickshaw to Nizam Road and reach Chittagong War cemetery.
From Dhaka, Chittagong can be accessed by road, rail and sky. Saudia, Unique, TR Travels, Green Line, Hanif Enterprise, Shyamoli, Sohag, Sd. Alam, Modern Line, etc. The AC-Non-AC buses leave for Chittagong. The rent per seat for class buses varies from Rs 500 to Rs 1,200.
If you want to travel from Dhaka to Chittagong by train, you can travel from Kamalapur or airport railway stations to Sonar Bangla, Subarn Express, Tula-Nishitha, Metropolitan Morning / Godhuli, Chittagong Mail. Apart from this, several airlines operate direct flights to Chittagong from Dhaka.
The garden houses about 56,000 trees, herbs, and shrubs, including major aquatic plant collection. Many tropical plants have been introduced into the garden and under local climatic conditions are systematically propagated.
It is a great place within Dhaka city for some refreshment along with friends and family.