|Shongrampunji Waterfall, Sylhet (Photo: Faysal)|
There was a time when the name of Sylhet was heard in the eyes of Hazrat Shahjalal (R) and Hazrat Shah Pannan (ra) Mazar. But the Sylhet name is not only the shrine for present day tourists, but the background of the beautiful beauty of Madhabkunda Jhorna, Parikunda Jharna, Jaflong, Bichhankandi, Panthumai, Utmachara, Lobhachara, Lucknowchra, Bholaganj, Lalakhal and Rataraguli. In the rainy season, Sylhet arranged a variety of colors and invited everyone to see the beauty of Bengal. Sylhet is a land of fairytale with its small and big mountainous rivers, including green tea gardens, hills and pine rivers. In Dhaka, when the fierceness of the lives of the people, in Sylhet, incessant rains hampered public life. So during this time, Sylhet travel does not satisfy only the beauty of the beauty, bringing relief with the relief from hot summer.
Recently some new tourist spots have been explored in Sylhet. One is the Sangamprabunji or the Sengampunji Jharna or the Mayawi Jhorna and the other is Utmachora. This fountain, situated just 15-20 minutes walk from Jaflong Zero Point, is situated on the Indian border. However, Bangladeshis can get up to the top of this fountain if they want to watch the BSF. A few steps are found to be rare. From the distance of the fountain, the hailstorm of Meghalaya will come in the ears. When you go ahead, you will see the wonderful combination of trees, stones and water. Due to the mountainous streams, there are several streams of milk white water streams coming down. Sometimes through the green bush, sometimes the nude rocks are broken by the water. The water of the fountains has come up and formed like a small pond, on which there are three big stones. If you want to be immersed in cool water or you can ascend the ascendant. Some water falls down from the third step of the spring, and some goes on the left tunnel. The direction of some part of the tunnel is dark, the rest is dark. No one knows the tunnel path. It is not possible to go that way because the place is not available. Slippery stones and water should be topped up with courage, caution and of course good grip shoes. At the time of the rainy season, all the beauties ranatila Sylhet. So the taste of utter solitude might not match then However, due to the lack of contact with Madhavkund or Bichankandi, the crowd is less comparable. Hazrat Shah Pannan (ra) majar can come back in the evening on the way back.
Rainwater contains more water during monsoon. Therefore, the proper time for the rainy season to go to Fountain.
When should you go
How to goBy Bus
Buses from Dhaka to Sylhet leaves Buses from Gabtali and Sayedabad bus terminals. The buses depart from morning till 12.45 hours, and leave the buses from Fakirapul, Sayedabad and Mohakhali bus stations in Sylhet. In this way, the AC buses are operated by Green Line Transport, Saudi S Alam Transport, Shyamoli Transport and ANA Paribahan. Rent is from 8th to 1 thousand taka. Besides, Shyamoli Transport, Hanif Enterprise, Unique Service, Non-AC bus passage to Anawa Paribahan went to Sylhet. Rent is from 4 hundred to 4,500 taka. Anawa Paribahan buses left from Mohakhali to Tongi Ghorashal leaving Sylhet.
Sylhet from Dhaka by train
Intercity train Parabat Express leaves Dhaka at Kamalapur Railway Station on Tuesday noon at 6:40 pm except for Tuesday. The Jayantika Express leaving at 2pm on the weekday and the Waban Express leave at 09:50 pm every day of the week except Wednesday. Without the Friday, the Koli Express will leave at 4 pm every afternoon. The rent is Tk 150-1000. If you go to the train at 9.50 pm, you will have to go to the morning and go to the train at night and if you are sleeping on the train at night then you can begin your journey by leaving the train in the morning and take 7-8 hours.
Chittagong- Sylhet Train
Apart from Chittagong, Monday, 8th and 15th morning, Pahari Express and Udyan Express at 9:45 pm every Saturday without Saturday. Rent 145 to 1 thousand 191. Ticket price: AC berth Rs 698, AC seat 460 taka, first class berth 425 taka, first class seat 270 taka Snegda 460, Sophon Chair 180 Taka, Shovon 150 Taka, Cheap 95 Taka.
Take a train schedule here
(Bangladesh Railway / Train Time Schedule)
Sylhet by Air / Sylhet by plane
Biman Bangladesh, United Air, Regent Air, Novo Air and US Bangla Air Airplanes go to Sylhet's Osmani Airport at Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka.
In Sylhet, buses, microbuses, CNG autorickshaws or laguna can be used in Jaflonge. To go to Jaflong, the bus will cost 80 rupees. Microbus will pay rent for 3 to 3500 rupees. CNG autorickshaw rent will be Tk 1000-1200 Cars can be used to reserve cars from any autorickshaw or microbus stand in Sylhet city in Jaflong. And Jhabalongukhi Bus leaving the city of Shibganj The bus can be found every one hour later.
After reaching Jaflong, you can walk through the ferry to cross the ferry in the fishery. 10-20 rupees per person. If you want to visit Khasia Palli, then you can take the boat reserve and pay rent of 800-1000 taka per person. There are permissions to go to Jharnata in India but till the afternoon of Bangladeshis.