Nirvana Inn Hotel Review (Sylhet City, Bangladesh)

21 02 2017

Nirvana Inn Hotel Review (Mirza Jangal Road, Ramer Digher Par, Sylhet City 3100, Bangladesh)

Our rooms were on the 5th floor, we had two rooms; Double Family Suite (with two double beds) and Royal Suite (with two double beds).


New gym

Located in Sylhet City

Staff generally friendly

Breakfast from 0730-1030, staff allowed us to stay longer if we arrived late

Flexible payment options

Negatives (things they can improve on)

Opening time for the gym could be 0600 instead of 0730/0800

Music and loud noise from hotel events and outside events can be heard throughout the night! They need to soundproof windows and other parts of the hotel

Reception and house keeping staff, some requests did have to be requested a couple of times for it to be actioned

Guests staying longer than 2 days need different choices for breakfast

All rooms to have security safe

Fix leaking shower fixture

Give guests quality FRESH water bottles and NOT Mum branded water, we’ve found FRESH drinking water brand to be the best so far.

Internet (Wifi) connection is slow and not reliable

Allow food from outside to be eaten inside the hotel, only one restaurant at this hotel

The bathrooms could be cleaner including the toilet and shower area near the swimming pool.

Would we stay here again? Only come back to use the gym if their opening time were extended and the price was right.

More reviews on TripAdvisor.

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How can you purchase an advance train ticket in Bangladesh without paying a bribe?

17 02 2015

A visit to the ticket counter at Sylhet train station to find the tickets were not available then after contacting a middle man (a person who works at the station) they purchased the ticket on the customers behalf and charged a premium for their service… is this the only way to buy a train ticket?


Anyone in Sylhet used banglalink to purchase a train ticket?

Sylhet to Dhaka is a popular route by train but not mentioned on

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From SAARC to South Asian Union

30 01 2015

The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) nations joining together to create South Asian Union. Many benefits for it’s people from trade and travel opportunities.

More benefits:

1. Visa free travel.
2. No duty on goods & services.
3. Common currency.
4. No curb on Investments.

‘Advantages: massively decrease arms spending both ways, invest the saved defense spending into infrastructure, economy, agriculture, and broadening social and economic institutions to create a larger middle class and promote industry and the information-age services sector.’

If we look at Sylhet, Bangladesh region with it’s close proximity to North East (Seven Sisters) region of India, development opportunities.are huge!

How can we hope to change South Asia?

Sunamganj to have largest solar power plant

11 04 2014

‘The government will install a solar power plant in Sulla upazila of Sunamganj district [#Sylhet] aiming to give the people of remote haor (wetland) areas access to solar energy facilities.

The solar power plant will be installed under a project involving Tk 29 crore with finance from the Climate Trust Fund and the government of Bangladesh.’

Full story: UNB connect

Auto-refuelling at Sylhet International Airport

17 11 2013

The third station is being constructed at Sylhet International Airport, and is expected to be opened by March 2014.

Full story: The Financial Express

All UK visa applications in Bangladesh to be made online

14 05 2013

From Sunday 19 May 2013, all applications under the points-based system will need to be made online. All other applications will be online-only from Sunday 2 June 2013.

From these dates, manually completed application forms will no longer be accepted.

Full story: UK Border Agency

Galaxy S3 hits Bangladesh next week

9 06 2012

Samsung will release the follow-up to its wildly popular Galaxy S2 smartphone, dubbed the Galaxy S3, in Bangladesh on June 15.

A direct competitor to Apple’s iPhone, the Android-running device will retail at Tk 67,500 and with the superpower engine, massive display and impressive battery life, it sits at the very top of the smartphone spectrum.

Full story: The Daily Star

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