Madhabkunda Waterfall
Madhabkunda Waterfall
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nuzhat0891
Dhaka Division, Bangladesh16 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Family
I went there in the rainy season, so there was heavy raining. We stayed at the Sylhet City area in an office rest house. So there was no hassle of Hotel Staying. Upon reaching there in the bus from Dhaka, we directly went to the rest house inside the town. After that the first thing we went to see is the local markets of clothes, handicrafts, modern shopping malls that are there. On the second day we started for Jaflong, in northernmost border of Bangladesh, called Tamabil Border. This border connects with India's Seven Sisters Area. There is shallow river with rock beds from where people collect rocks and sands and supply into the city areas. There are all hills & valleys in this area with small waterfalls going down from the hills, of which, most of them falls into the Indian Meghalay State. On the third day we got on our microbus to go see the Madhabkunda Waterfall in the Maulvi Bazar District. On the way we had to cross a river by small ferry which carry medium sized vehicles to the opposite of the river bank. The waterfall is located in the Borolekha Upazila. It has a govt. rest house nearby. Other than that there are no place to stay in around the waterfall area. It has an entry fee for every visitor. Located on the hills and its' adjacent road you have to walk to the Fall. The water coming down from the upper hills with great force. People regard it sacred to have a bath in the water of the falls. Sometimes people get so excited they get drowned in this much water, nonetheless. There is a restaurant to have lunch of local food and beverages. It will take whole day to travel this excellent picturesque site in Bangladesh. The other important attractions of this division is Tea Gardens, MC College, Bangladesh Govt. Tourism Lodges, Dorgah of Hajrat Shahjalal (Rd.). This city has a public university, a govt. medical college, an international Airport, a railway station connecting to whole Bangladesh.
Written August 16, 2015
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Dr_Saiful_67
Mymensingh, Bangladesh118 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Family
This is the biggest waterfall in Bangladesh, in the serenity of jungle and tea garden - a beautiful place to visit with friends and family. Situated under Baralekha sub district of Moulavibazar district is about 60 Km. from Sylhet and is two hours journey. The road condition is average. The best time to visit is in the monsoon season when the fall is in full tune. There is a parking place outside the Eco park and one have to walk about one Km uphill up to the fall - the whole path is tiled and is safe even for the elderly. A nominal fee of BDT 5.00 entrance fee is required but unfortunately not much amenities are there inside with the exception of a snack bar run by Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation. In rainy season it is wise to carry an umbrella, although some are there for hire. The natural beauty of the fall as well as the surrounding area is exceptional and enjoyable. But not much is there to do excepting sight seeing and in night the facility is closed. It is good for a half day tour either from Sylhet or Moulavibazar.
Written June 20, 2015
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Mukesh Rai
New Delhi, India66 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Family
Madhab Kundo waterfall seems to be the highest waterfall of Bangladesh. all around lush green surrounding,clean water flowing.
Its such a nice place, Govt should do more to keep it properly maintained and make a tourist attraction!
over all we had a memorable experience
Written May 13, 2019
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Niyamul K
Dhaka City, Bangladesh90 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Business
It’s really great. Govt should promote the tourist spot with other facilities. Now a days communication is good.
Written December 18, 2017
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mdmhasan
Bangladesh109 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Couples
It was really worthy to visit this place. It is one of the biggest waterfalls in Bangladesh where tourists can go easily feel the beauty and peace of nature. There are other waterfalls which has very risky tracks. But this one is easier to visit. Even roads are made with concrete. We enjoyed a lot there. One suggestion for new tourists is do not go to much closer to the waterfall to avoid accidents. Because, water pressure is too much and there is lot of big stone beneath the water.
Written February 5, 2017
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Shomoyboss
297 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Solo
It was remarkable once upon a time but not in my last visit. It's a bit dirty, water flow decreased since my last visit. Administration should consider penalty for visitors who made this heaven dirty.
Written October 7, 2016
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Afroza H
Pittsburgh, PA12 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016 • Couples
It was a nice waterfall but for some reason, it was gated off. I was more interested in the little Hindu temple on the way to the waterfall; had an intriguing conversation with the pujari there.
Written April 14, 2016
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Gareth
Upwell, UK59 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015
The waterfall to me was a little disappointing. I had to pay 100tk because I was a foreigner, which I didn't mind too much, but after the long walk in the heat, there was not a lot there, not really anywhere to sit either and the only benches were occupied by the police. Due to the close proximity to India, I should imagine its a border control.

The scenery is stunning, however.

The toilets, well.... Thats a collapsed building, with no doors, no windows, no drainage, no water... Unless you have hand santatizer (which is a must for Bangladesh), and not put off by foul smells, then I would avoid and wait, but because of the rurality of it, its quite a long wait!

All been said, its a nice day out, if you have nothing else to do!
Written September 1, 2015
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Monty Khan
London, UK50 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022 • Family
A real mountain of stone followed by beautiful waterfalls in nature, some where you can spend few hours with families. Water is so sweet, you can roll a round in the water but make sure you come out during the day light, for your own safety, even there is some police about but I wouldn’t trust them. don’t forget you are in middle of jungle, if you lucky enough then you may see some wildlife animals. I have see lot of monkeys, wild chickens.
Written November 1, 2022
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SHOWSTOPPER_007
London, UK1,080 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Family
Beautiful scenic place a great day out with the family.

Best to take some spare clothes as one would definitely get wet and take good suitable shoes as it can be quite slippery so take precautions.

The only reason iv not given it 5 star is the cleanliness of the place which seems non existence, walls full of dirt and grime, leafs all over the place.

Employ a team of cleaners the place generates enough income from the tourist to make it a even more lush of a place.
Written December 9, 2019
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