Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Sylhet

Tourist Attraction in Sylhet, a beautiful, peaceful city on earth which located in the north-east part of Bangladesh. There are many beautiful places here to visit, a number of tourist visits Sylhet to enjoy their leisure in the city. it is the best place to visit and enjoy the trip. So, here is a list of Top 5 Tourist Attractions to visit in Sylhet for you.


Bichnakandi is located in Rustampur union of Gowainghat upazila of Sylhet. Bichnakandi is basically a stone quarry like Jaflong and Bholaganj. Bichnakandi is perfect for traveling at any time. However, the rainy season is the ideal time to travel to Bichanakandi. Due to the abundance of water flowing around, the real beauty of Bichanakandi can be seen at this time.


The largest stone quarry in the country is located at Bholaganj in Kompaniganj upazila of Sylhet. The best time to visit Bholaganj is the rainy season and the next few months. That means you can come back from Bholaganj any time of June to December. At other times you can see the rocky beauty but the water flow in the river is relatively less.


Panthumai is an impossibly beautiful village in the lap of Meghalaya on the Bangladesh-India border. It is a village in West Jaflong Union, Gowainghat Upazila, Sylhet District. Some people also call it Barahil Jharna. The beauty of Sylhet city can be enjoyed more in the rainy season. Apart from that, it is very beautiful to see Panthumai during the rainy season.


Lalakhal is located in Jaintapur upazila, 35 km from Sylhet city. Lalakhal is located just below Cherrapunji in India. Winter is the best time to visit Lalakhal. During the winter you will find wonderful blue water. When there is no rain. So the water is calm, clear. Absolutely the bottom of the river can be seen from above. It is unthinkable that water can be so clear!

Ratargul Swamp Forest

Ratargul is the only swamp forest in Bangladesh. It is located in Gowainghat upazila, about 26 km from Sylhet district town. The best time to visit Ratargul is usually from July to October (late monsoon).

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