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In A Truce With Nature Sarah Resort

Written by K N Deya

Sarah Resort is for those who are looking to spend days away from pollution, bustle and anxieties of modern existence, while not letting go of the comfort and luxuries of civilization.

Just one and a half hour north of Dhaka lies the charming sanctuary of Sarah Resort. The establishment aims to seamlessly integrate itself into its natural surroundings while demonstrating its ability to be a fully functional vacation retreat, offering the visitors a much needed respite from the city life.

Located in the historical Bhawal Rajbari in the district of Gazipur, the 200 bigha establishment boasts a unique bond between nature and structure that does not compromise even a little bit in the luxury department. It is fixed amongst organic plantations compounding an enormous selection of tropical fruits, perfectly manicured landscaped gardens and water bodies.

The well planned landscape increase the feeling of square footage by keeping the eyes constantly in motion.

The Resort encompasses of eco-friendly six bungalows, waterbed lodge, Sarah Tower and ancient mud house. Besides, it facilitates luxury activity swimming pool, Jacuzzi and gym.

Apart from this, it offers indoor and outdoor games for both kids and adult including large activity field such as football, volleyball, cricket, tennis, badminton, large picnic shade and so on.

They also offer wide range of banquet and conference facilities to fulfil all type of meeting, conference, workshop, training, anniversary, and birthday needs.

The accommodations at Sarah Resort are versatile and yet in one way or another, connected to nature elements. The Premium Villa proudly sits surrounded by greenery, while the modernistic Raj View Tower rises up erect and reaches out towards the sky.

Water Lodge, as the name suggests, gives off the impression of floating on a serene blue water body. The most special among them is perhaps the Ancient Mud House, which is designed in a modern way but built with special kind of mud to give real feeling of living at a village.

Even though it is built with a hut in mind, the amenities are similar to the other accommodations, such as air conditioning, high speed free internet, and satellite TV channel and breakfast facilities.

Housing facilities at Sarah Resort adopt design styles that are both aesthetically pleasant as well as functional. There are hints of British cottage homes with slanted roof and crossed gables, as well as classical villa styles and on the other end of the spectrum, an apartment-style building. All of these make sure the visitors can choose to stay wherever they feel most comfortable.

As the predominant theme of Sarah Resort seems to be an overabundance of nature; the colour palette, similarly, follows the familiar and varied shades of forest green, aqua blue, earthy browns and reds.

All the windows of the accommodations open onto a well planned landscape.

Aside from the planned vegetation and water bodies that litter the ground like gems, there are also pathways, sitting arrangements and space for various activities that the visitors may enjoy during their stay.

The well planned landscape increase the feeling of square footage by keeping the eyes constantly in motion.

A quirky characteristic of Sarah Resort is the recorded bird songs that are played from speaker all across the establishment, which gives off the feeling of being immersed in a deep forest.

The restaurants at Sarah Resort are quite stunning. Most of their spaces are open and airy, decorated with the crystal sparkle of water and the refreshing form of trees.

The umbrellas providing cover from the elements give off a vibe that is reminiscent of quaint French restaurant patios.

As the predominant theme of Sarah Resort seems to be an overabundance of nature; the colour palette, similarly, follows the familiar and varied shades of forest green, aqua blue, earthy browns and reds. The interiors display a more neutral tone in shades of white, beige, tan and gold.

The indoor lighting is warm toned, so as to complement the colour scheme.

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