Bandarban

Bandarban Lots of hills and hilly areas, waterfalls, River Sangu, Lakes and the tribal culture are the main attraction of Bandarban .You can go to Bandarban from Chittagong by road. Chimbuk hill is one of the major attractions of Bandarban. You can enjoy the journey to Chimbuk Hill by jig jag hilly roads.
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Keokradong

Keokradong Keokradong (or Keokradang) is the third highest mountain peak located in South-Eastern Bangladesh. It was long claimed as the highest peak there, a mistaken infomration that still features in respected sources including some Bangladesh textbooks as well as the CIA World Factbook website. On the top of Keokradong there is a small shelter and a signboard put up by the Bangladeshi military proclaiming the altitude to be 3172 feet. Garmin GPS recorded 974 metres (3196 feet) at this location, a measurement consistent with Russian topographic mapping and SRTM data.
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Meghla

Meghla The site maintained by the Distrcit Administraion is Meghla, 4 km from the town on the road to Keranihat, which features a mini-safari-park, a zoo, and a hanging bridge.
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Sangu River

Sangu River Sangu River has its source at 21°13ŽN and 92°37ŽE in the North Arakan Hills, which form the boundary between Arakan and the chittagong hill tracts. It follows a northerly circuitous course in the Hill Tracts up to bandarban. It enters the district from the east and flows west across the district and finally falls into the bay of bengal at the end of a course of 270 km (173 km within Bangladesh territory) at 22°6ŽN and 91°51ŽE about 16.09 km south of the mouth of the karnafuli.
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Nilachal

Nilachal The District Administration has also developed the Nilachal tourist site near Meghla, in Tigerpara.
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Tazing Dong

Tazing Dong Another peak that is sometimes claimed to be the highest peak of Bangladesh is nearby Tazing Dong (sometimes spelled as Tahjingdong, and also known as Bijoy). It has been claimed to be 1,280 metres[2]. Its exact location is unclear but neither Russian topographic mapping[3] nor SRTM data show anything in the area exceeding 1,000 metres.
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Mowdok Mual

Mowdok Mual The true high point of Bangladesh is an unnamed summit in the Mowdok range (locally known as Mowdok Mual), on the border with Myanmar. In February 2006 a GPS reading of 1,064 metres was recorded on this summit by English adventurer Ginge Fullen. The location he recorded, 21°47?11?N, 92°36?36?E, accurately matches the location given by Russian topographic mapping and SRTM data, although these sources show its height to be slightly lower, at 1,052 metres.
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Rijuk waterfall

Rijuk waterfall Rijuk waterfall This natural mighty waterfall is situated at Ruma, 66 km southeast from Bandarban town. The water continuously falls into the river Sangu from about 300 ft high hill dazzling like pearl particles in the space creating an unparallel beauty of the nature. The surrounding is equally captivating with vast expanse of greenery all around and myriad kind of trees and shrubs.
From Ruma upazilla you may need to hire a guide.
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Chittagong Hill Tracks

Chittagong Hill Tracks Decidedly untypical of Bangladesh in topography and culture, the Chittagong Hill Tracts have steep jungle hills, Buddhist tribal peoples and relatively low-density population. The tracts are about 60km (37mi) east of Chittagong. The region comprises a mass of hills, ravines and cliffs covered with dense jungle, bamboo, creepers and shrubs, and have four main valleys formed by the Karnapuli, Feni, Shangu and Matamuhur rivers.Rangamati, a lush and verdant rural area belonging to the Chakma tribe, is open to visitors, as is Kaptai Lake.
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Chimbuk Hill and Tribal Villages

Chimbuk Hill and Tribal Villages Chimbuk Hill and Tribal Villages. Chimbuk is one of the tallest peaks in Bangladesh and lies some 14 km from the town. Bawm villages around Chimbuk and Mru villages a little further off are also lie within a day's journey from the town.
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