After reach Sylhet at morning then have breakfast. After breakfast start Tamabil border procedure. After crossing Tamabil (Dawki) border then journey start for Shillong. Check in Shillong hotel & take a lunch then free at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.
After having breakfast full day sightseeing at Shillong area. We visit word’s lake, Lady hydari park, Spread eagle falls, botanical garden, state museum, After sightseeing return back to hotel. Free at leisure & over night stay at hotel.
After breakfast check out from hotel & journey start for Tamabil (Dawki) border. After border procedure then journey to Dhaka when reach the Sylhet & take a lunch. After lunch onward bus journey for Dhaka.
Meghalaya is a state in north-east India. The name means "the abode of clouds" in Sanskrit. The population of Meghalaya as of 2014 is estimated to be 3,211,474.Meghalaya covers an area of approximately 22,430 square kilometers, with a length to breadth ratio of about 3:1.
This state is bounded to the south by the Bangladeshi divisions of Mymensingh and Sylhet, to the west by the Bangladeshi division of Rangpur, and to the east by India's Assam state. The capital is Shillong, known as the "Scotland of the East". Meghalaya was previously part of Assam, but on 21 January 1972, the districts of Khasi, Garo and Jaintia hills became the new state of Meghalaya. English is the official language of Meghalaya. The other principal languages spoken include Khasi, Pnar and Garo. Unlike many Indian states, Meghalaya has historically followed a matrilineal system where the lineage and inheritance are traced through women; the youngest daughter inherits all wealth and she also takes care of her parents.
The state is the wettest region of India, recording an average of 12,000 mm (470 in) of rains a year. About 70% of the state is forested. The Meghalaya subtropical forests ecoregion encompasses the state; its mountain forests are distinct from the lowland tropical forests to the north and south. The forests are notable for their biodiversity of mammals, birds, and plants.