I am from Sylhet in Bangladesh. In the last years, there has been a lot of travelling to this country...no wonder! It is beautiful and unspoilt. For example, Cox's Bazar Sea beach is considered the world´s largest unbroken sandy sea beach. A lot of foreigner come to see this beach. Also, landscapes are filled with fragrant orange and pineapple gardens and breathtaking tea plantations. Most of the tea produced in Bangladesh comes from this area. Besides, the tea plantation there are many more to experience in this part. In Sylhet town, Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal, the 14th century sufi saint, is a very important pilgrimage site for the Muslims. On the north the foot of Khasi-Jaintia hills predominantly lives all the tribal people Khasi, Tripura, Pangou & Monipuri. Of them Khasi, Tripura & Pangou people tend to avoid regular contact with the outside world, leaving only occasionally from their settlements. The Monipuri are the exception. They have become artisans, jewelers, businesspeople and have entered into the general Bangladeshi community. I will be happy to take you to these places and give you an impression of my hometown and Bangladesch.