Changes to entering the UK using EU ID cards

From 1st October 2021, most EU, EEA and Swiss nationals will need to use a valid passport to travel to the UK. ID cards will no longer be accepted as a valid travel document to enter the UK, though some exemptions will apply. 

Find out more
Skip to Content
Saved Flights

Your Saved Flights

No Saved Flights

  • Overview

    Set among rainforests, waterfalls and rolling hills in the picturesque Surma Valley, Sylhet is a must for anyone interested in southern Asia.

    Best known for its tea, Sylhet is where the country's commercial tree production first began. Today, visitors can relax in the tranquil tea gardens at the Tea Research Institute in Sreemangal, with the area also home to pineapple, rubber, and lemon plantations.

    Most of Sylhet's attractions are not located in the city itself, but in the surrounding valleys. The Lawachara Rain Forest is a great place for spotting gibbons, leopards, and pythons, while the Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary offers guided hikes and makes a great excursion as well. Travellers may enjoy a trip to the Bangladesh-India border, where the scenic views at Tamabil Jaflong are tremendous.

    Much quieter than bustling Dhaka, Sylhet is a great place to get a feel for life in Bangladesh, and to enjoy the tranquil beauty of southern Asia. Many locals speak good English.

    Phrase Book

    English Pronounciation
    Osmani International Airport
    Location: Osmani International Airport is located six miles (9km) north of Sylhet.
    Time: GMT +6
    Getting to the city: Taxis are a cheap and popular option, though buses and pick-up cars are also available.
    Car Rental: The airport has a selection of car hire companies.
    Airport Taxis: Taxis are available for transfers into the city.
    Facilities: Airport facilities include first aid, foreign exchange and ATMs.

    Companies flying to Sylhet