A border output on the Sylhet-Shilong (india) road, about 54 Km east from Sylhet town, has exceptional beauty for its location bearing a river which divided Bangladesh and India.
Tamabil is primarily used to import coal from India, but it also attracts tourists for its most beautiful spots, the hilly region is deeply foreasted, with clear water streams that turns into rapids during monsoon.
Big boulders and stones from the Khashi-jayantia hills fill the valley. The valley is ringed by tea garden and orange and grapefruit plantation. Some tribal lived there. They are Khashi , Monipuri Chakma.