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Northeastern Bangladesh is a region of Bangladesh, consisting of Mymensingh Division and Sylhet Division. Besides being the major tea-growing area of Bangladesh, it is fairly devoid of attractions and touristy activities. However, do not be disenchanted, as it is the place to absorb the true Bangladeshi lifestyle, learning of local traditions and culture that have lasted for generations.

Cities[edit]

Map of Northeastern Bangladesh

Limestone lake, Birishiri, Netrokona.jpg

Other destinations[edit]

Ratargul Swamp Forest, the only swamp forest in Bangladesh

Understand[edit]

Talk[edit]

Bengali is the most widely spoken language in the region, although many people speak English in the larger towns and cities. Sylheti is a related, but distinct language from Bengali and is widely spoken in Northeastern Bangladesh.

Get in[edit]

By plane[edit]

Osmani International Airport (ZYL IATA)

Get around[edit]

See[edit]

Entrance of Shah Jalal Mazar in Sylhet

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