Lalakhal is one of the most visited places in Sylhet. It is a fact that tourists and travelers adore Lalakhal as each year so many tourists visit Lalakhal. Lala Khal is about 26 miles from Sylhet, the micropolitan capital of Sylhet Division, Bangladesh’s tea production epicenter.
The locals have only recently started calling Sylhet a city; before, it was just a town. From there, the best way to get to Lala Khal is on a public bus. For 60 taka each (78 US cents), a bus destined for Jaflong drops off passengers all along the way, including at Sarighat, the gateway to Lala Khal. Lalakhal is one of the most attractive tourist spots in Sylhet. Lalakhal is a wide canal located Sharee River near the Tamabil road. The river is not much deep and it is one of the sources of sand in Sylhet. The focal point of the canal is water. The water has a variety of colors blue, green, clear water at different points.
A land covered with hills of various size and shapes which is an absolute treat for the eyes, the rivers under the Jainta Hill which flows from India and enters into Bangladesh travels along the way as it take turn, the breeze of the Riverside wind as it touches one’s face are things which will surely touch a tourist’s heart and will leave an impact at the core of his/her travelling experience.