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Bangladesh is a splendid country with innumerable attractions. Every nook and cranny of the country is replete with some alluring features that perfectly reflect the ethnicity of Bangladesh. Sylhet is one such destination that Bangladesh boasts about. Sylhet is a small town which looks all the more alluring with its vibrant markets and colorful stalls. The city looks its best at the evening. The colours of the city come alive at twilight. The streets of the city become more bright and bustling. The city reflects a modern outlook against the rest of the country primarily because of the British influence.
Other than the vibrancy of the city, Sylhet is known for extensive tea production. Sylhet houses the country’s first tea estate and since then it is contributing to the country’s economy as well as tourism. Sylhet inhabits around 150 tea estates at present which affirms to be an addition to the city’s natural grandeur. The city boasts many tourist attractions some of which are listed below:
Jaflong: There are some of those wonders of nature whose beauty cannot be described in words. Jaflong is one such wonder which is replete with incredible natural grandeur. It is one of the most prominent hill stations of the country which exhibits mesmerizing vistas that bewitches the travelers. A walk through the tea gardens will surely leave a splendid imprint on one’s soul. The clear water of the rushing river will grow a constant urge to flow with it. The place has everything to magnetize visitors.
MC College: It is the oldest college of Bangladesh which now stands a historic site with some amazing views. Travelers love to take walks around the campus amidst the emerald surroundings. The place has a lot of significance as famous personalities and celebrities in Bangladesh have been studied in this college at some point of time. Anyone can be nostalgic amidst the fascinating environs of the college.
Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary: Being the second largest after Sundarbans, this national park inhabits an emerald grandeur of dry and evergreen forest. The forest has been enriched with fascinating species which are wild and free. Myriads of travelers embark on a wild safari to witness the amazing wildlife of Bangladesh every year. This is the second best destination for having an adventurous wildlife safari.
Keane Bridge: It is the oldest bridge and the most expensively made bridge of Bangladesh. It has a unique design as well as it is incredibly beautiful. The elephant-back like architecture of the bridge steals the show. The bridge elegantly goes over the river Surma. The bridge seems to be a rainbow over the glistening water. A quite walk through the bridge or along the banks of the river is extensively relaxing after a tiring excursion.
Shajalal Dorgha, Ratargul Swamp Forest, Satchari National Park, Greeva Peet - Mahalakshmi peet, Lawacherra Rain Forest are some of the prominent places of the city. There are innumerable attractions that Sylhet inhabits within its small territory. Every attraction of the place can’t be mentioned here so these were some of the many attractions of Sylhet.