Pilak is surrounded by flourishing green valley speckled with paddy fields. It is significant as a pilgrim destination from both Hinduism as well as Buddhism point of view. It is a treasure trove of archaeological wonders and has a strong and intrinsic nexus with the historically famous cities of Mynamoti and Paharpur in Bangladesh.


By Air: The Airport is 12 km to the north and leads on to Agartala and is well connected with Pilak.

By Rail: The nearest railhead is at Kumarghat, from where you can easily reach Pilak by road.

By Road: By bus from Agartala to Julaibari in Belonia Sub-Division only. Then by auto rickshaw or rickshaw ( 5 km ).


Tourists can stay at Pilak Pantha Niwas, Bagafa and Dakbanglow, Shantir Bazaar.

100 km from the capital city of Agartala
Best time to visit
October to March