Thursday, December 17, 2015

king breage


The Sylhet valley is formed by a beautiful, winding pair of rivers named the Surma and the Kushiara both of which are fed by innumerable hill streams from the north and the south. The valley has good number of haors, which are big natural depressions. During winter these haors are vast stretches of green land, but in the rainy season they turn into turbulent seas.


Dhaka to Sylhet By Bus :

Al Mobarak Paribahan Non AC 400; Ena Paribahan Non AC 470; Ena Paribahan AC Economy 750; Green Line AC Economy 850; Green Line AC Executive 1100; Hanif Enterprise Non AC 450; Mamun Enterprise Non AC 350; Nazim Paribahan Non AC 400; NP Paribahan Non AC 400; Shohagh Paribahan AC Executive 1100; Shohagh Paribahan AC Economy 900; Shyamoli Paribahan Non AC 470; Soudia Paribahan Non AC 440; Soudia Paribahan AC Executive 1100; Soudia Paribahan AC Economy 900; Unique Service Non AC 440; United Paribahan Non AC 480

Dhaka to Sylhet By Train :

Parabat Express 6:40 13:35 150-1020 Tuesday; Joyantika Express 12:00 19:50 150-1020 Thursday; Upaban Express 21:50 5:30 150-1020 Wednesday; Kalani Express 16:00 22:45 150-1020 Friday

Dhaka to Sylhet By Air :

Biman Bangladesh 6:00/16:30 6:40/17:10 4000-6600; United Airways 17:35 18:25 6000-8500; NovoAir 13:10 13:50 6000-8000