It's hard to provide answers without using concepts and the limitations of language but I will do my best.
But where is ‘here’?
I used the word 'here' not to describe a specific location in relation to another location but rather where everything appears 'into' if that makes sense.
Can ‘here’ as such be felt, touched, heard, seen, tasted, smelled?
No, there's nothing about 'here' which has any of those properties.
In everyday language we think that ‘here’ is an actual location. But look at this a bit closely.
Does this stand up to the scrutiny when experience is looked at without concepts?
When I go for a walk, there is the movement of what is seen and the appearance of sensations, tastes and smells and sounds but there is no 'me' which is moving.
Is there a REAL experience of ‘here’? Or is this just another concept?
'Here' is just a concept.