All tourism places of Bangladesh, SYLHET.
Bangladesh has some special gift of Nature. All tourism places of Bangladesh is very nice Sylhet is one of them. In the Sylhet District Jaflong, Tea garden and Madhobkundo are the most attractive places. Jaflong is the most attractive place in Sylhet division. Its about 60 kilometers far from the Sylhet main town and needs two hours drive to reach. On the way you can see the greenish beauty of tea gardens, the hills and the zigzag road through the hill will increase your joy of your journey. All tourism places of Bangladesh specially Jaflong is also a scenic place nearby amidst tea garden and rate beauty of rolling stones from hills and river. It is situated besides the river mari in the lap of hill area Khashia. It is border area between Bangladesh and the Indian state Meghalaya. The attraction of tourist are collection of rolling stones, colorful tribal life, khasia king's place, tea garden, orange groves, betel leaf and tamabil. Its another beautiful place then All tourism places of Bangladesh .The natural view has been affected by rock quarrying. It is located on the Bangladesh-India border. There is a Kalibari near Jaflong is also beautiful. You can watch the stone collection from the river in Jaflong and you can enjoy the boating in the river Mari. Jaflong is totally hill area fulfill with natural beauty. Many animals lives in the forest so you need to be careful to enter in the forest alone. If you are interest to visit jaflong it is advisable to start from sylhet early in the morning so that you can come back by evening covering the other tourist spots of near by areas Jaflong. You can also visit the Madhabkunda waterfall is also attractive tourism spot in sylhet division. Madhabkunda you will see a great water-falls of million tons of water from 200ft height. Big border of stones and the black stones are giving a sharp of care. There is also a district council Bunglow for night stay. You can enjoy here adventurous feelings to stay in jungle. The sylhet valley is formed by a beautiful, winding pairs of rivers named the Surma and Kushiara both of which are fed by innumerable hill streams from the north and the south. During the winter season these horas are vast stretches of green land, but in the rainy seasons the these turn into turbulent seas. In 1303 the great Saint Hazrat Shah Jalal came to Sylhet from Delhi with a band of 360 disciples to preach Islam and defeated the Raja Goru Gobindu. Thus Sylhet become a district of saint. The tea garden of sylhet not only has 150 tea gardens but also proudly possesses three largest garden in the world in both area and production.
Profile of Sylhet: The Sylhet district was establish on 03 January 1782. Sylhet was under the jurisdiction of Dhaka vision. On 01 August 1995 Sylhet was declared as the 6th division of the country. There are 11 Upazilas, 2 Municipalities, 37 words, 233 Mahallas, 98 Union parishads, 1693 Mouzas and 3249 Villages in Sylhet.