Sirajganj is a district in the north-western side of Bangladesh in the division of Rajshahi. The City of Sirajganj is located on the bank of Jamuna River. The district was named by Zamindar Siraj Uddin Chowdhury who was the ruler of this region. Sirajganj has many archaeological and lots of spectacular places that are great for tourism. Jamuna Bridge (Bangabandhu Bridge) is the most visited and spectacular place of Sirajganj district. It is the longest bridge in Bangladesh and also the longest bridge in South Asia and the 12th longest bridge in the earth. It was constructed in June 1998. This bridge is connected to Dhaka (the capital of Bangladesh) and the eastern part of country with both road and railways for north-western, western and south-western people.
There are some tourist spot and these are famous to our country people like Cholon Beel, Joysagor Dighi, Victoria Point, Hard Point, Eco Park, Milk Vita etc. There also has some ancient places like Kacharibari of Rabindra Nath Tagore, Iliot Bridge which was established in 1883, Shrine of Mokhdum Shah, Shahjadpur Mosque, Nobo-ratna Temple, Chhoyanipara Two Dome Mosque, Rautara Dam & Sluice Gate etc.
Sirajganj is about 127 km away from Dhaka. There are several bus and train services from Dhaka to Sirajganj. You can go there by buses which leave from the Kallanpur or Gabtali bus stand in Dhaka. And you can go there by several train services from Dhaka Airport or Kamlapur Railway Station.