Tamabil is a hilly area in Sylhet on the border between Bangladesh and the Indian state of Meghalaya about 5 km from Jaflong.
It stands on the Sylhet-Shillong Road some 55 km from Sylhet town in Bangladesh. It is well known for the Bangladesh Last House, which is located on the Bangladesh–India border, and the Jaiñtia Hill Resort.
From Tamabil, various places of view, including hills, waterfalls are seen in Meghalaya, India. So a lot of visitors come to Tamaybil to be fascinated by the beautiful landscape.
A blinking view of the huge mountains and waterfalls on the way to Tamabil multiplies the interest of traveling to Tamabil.
Nature’s arrangements are also there for the beauty of Tamabil to enjoy the beauty of Swachh (clean) Pani Lake, Tamabil Zero Point, and Jainta Hill Resort.
How to go to Tamabil
If you want to go to Tamabil, you have to come to Sylhet, the tea country. Sylhet can be visited from different parts of the country. Sylhet can be taken by bus, train, or air from the capital Dhaka.
How to go from Sylhet to Tamabil:
If you want to go to Tamabil by local bus, come to Shivaganj in Sylhet city and go to Tamabil at Rs’ fare. 80 per person. It will cost Rs 1200 to Rs 2000 to go to Tamabil in CNG or autorickshaw.
And microbus will cost Rs 3000 to Rs 5000 to get a reservation for the day. You can also go to Tamabil in Jaflong bound vehicles from any place in Sylhet city.
Where to stay near Tamabil
There is a good quality housing system called Jainta Hill Resort in Tamabil. You can also book in advance at the guest house and Zilla Parishad bungalow in Jaflong.
There are also several traditional low-cost rest houses on Lalabazar and Dargah Road in Sylhet.