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Sylhet is the Queen of beauty

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Sylhet is a unique green land of natural beauty. Green tea gardens, hills, rivers – fountains, hills and green trees on the horizon, under the blue sky, Sylhet has been made the queen of beauty. Alpana with this beauty and new color is ready to welcome any travel thirsty people in Sylhet. The holy land of Hazrat Shahjalal (ra), the mystic poet Hasan Raja, the Baul emperor Shah Abdul Karim, Ali Amjad’s watch and Sylhet, which is associated with the memory of Qin Bridge, will call nature lovers by the hand. Noise-free environment full of incomparable beauty, green fields somewhere, dense forests and high mountains somewhere, you can sing anxiously when you see- You can’t find such a country anywhere She is the queen of all countries Jaflong: Jaflong in Sylhet is known all over the country as the daughter of nature. The attraction of Jaflong is different. If you don’t go to Jaflong after visiting Sylhet, the trip will remain incomplete. Located at the foot of the Khasia Jainta Hills, Jaflong is a land of natural beauty. The piled stone piles on the banks of the Piain River have made Jaflong attractive. On the other side of the border, the area is fascinated by the hills of India, the endless stream of water flowing from the Dauki hills, the hanging Dauki Bridge, the clear blue water of the Piain River, the towering hills, the lush green nature and the serene silence. The Piain River flows equally between Bangladesh and India. Every day thousands of domestic and foreign tourists come to Jaflong to see these scenes. Apart from being the daughter of nature, Jaflong is also known as a beauty spot, a picnic spot and a queen of beauty. Jaflong is located in Gowainghat upazila, 62 km northeast of Sylhet city. The beauty of winter and monsoon season is different in Jaflong. In the rainy season, the beauty of Jaflong appears to be different. The dust becomes gray and the environment becomes transparent. In a soothing environment, there is a feeling of freshness in breathing. Clouds like cotton on the green peaks of the Khasia hills and occasional torrential rains turn the mountain path into a danger zone. At the same time, the view of the white waterfall coming down from a few thousand feet above will catch the eyes of any touris.

Reviewing the history, it is known that for thousands of years, Jaflong was a secluded forest under the Khasia Jainta-Raja. After the abolition of zamindari system in Sylhet in 1954, the Khasia Jainta kingdom came to an end. Even then, for several years, large areas of Jaflong had fallen into disrepair. Traders started coming to Jaflong by water in search of stones. In the eighties, 55 km road connection was established between Sylhet and Jaflong. Since then, word of the eye-catching beauty of Jaflong has spread to people all over the country. Thousands of nature-loving domestic and foreign tourists flock to Jaflong. Jaflong is now one of the best tourist spots in the country. How to go to Jaflong? Location: Jaflong is located in Gowainghat upazila of Sylhet district. The distance by road from Sylhet district headquarters is only 56 km. From Sylhet you can go to Jaflong by bus-microbus-CNG powered autorickshaw. It will take 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes. Rent: Bus Tk 55 per person, Microbus Tk 1800-2000, CNG driven autorickshaw: Tk 600. Where will you stay? There is no facility to stay in Jaflong. However, among the many arrangements that are in place are the District Council’s Naljuri Rest House (if you want to stay, you have to book in advance), Sreepur Picnic Spot is notable. There are some boarding arrangements. There is also a bungalow in Sreepur Forest for tourists to stay.

Saliva The crystal clear blue waters and the stunning beauty on both sides are a rare attraction for any long-distance tourist. Similarly, Lalakhal is a secluded place. It is the place of highest rainfall in Bangladesh. Full of night beauty, Lalakhal is located near Jaintapur upazila of Sylhet district. You can go to Lalakhale by boat or speedboat over the clear waters of Sari river. On the way you will get tired of seeing the beauty in both eyes but the beauty will not end. At the end of the 45 minute journey you will reach the factory wharf of Lalakhal Tea Garden. You will be looking at the clear and beautiful water of the river with fascinated eyes. What a beautiful blue, seen from the bottom up. Lalakhal is located just below Cherrapunji in India. The river originates from the Cherrapunji hills and flows through Bangladesh. How to get there: To reach Lalakhal from Sylhet you have to travel 35 kms. Mr. The road. You can salivate in many ways. You can easily go by bus, microbus, tempo. Where will you stay? There is no benefit in staying in Lalakhale. Usually tourists come from Sylhet city and return to the hotel at the end of the day. Recently, a non-government organization called Nazimgarh Resort has started work to build a picnic spot with modern facilities.

Saliva The crystal clear blue waters and the stunning beauty on both sides are a rare attraction for any long-distance tourist. Similarly, Lalakhal is a secluded place. It is the place of highest rainfall in Bangladesh. Full of night beauty, Lalakhal is located near Jaintapur upazila of Sylhet district. You can go to Lalakhale by boat or speedboat over the clear waters of Sari river. On the way you will get tired of seeing the beauty in both eyes but the beauty will not end. At the end of the 45 minute journey you will reach the factory wharf of Lalakhal Tea Garden. You will be looking at the clear and beautiful water of the river with fascinated eyes. What a beautiful blue, seen from the bottom up. Lalakhal is located just below Cherrapunji in India. The river originates from the Cherrapunji hills and flows through Bangladesh. How to get there: To reach Lalakhal from Sylhet you have to travel 35 kms. Mr. The road. You can salivate in many ways. You can easily go by bus, microbus, tempo. Where will you stay? There is no benefit in staying in Lalakhale. Usually tourists come from Sylhet city and return to the hotel at the end of the day. Recently, a non-government organization called Nazimgarh Resort has started work to build a picnic spot with modern facilities.

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