About Bandarban Hill District
Bandarban Hill District is the remotest and least populated district in Bangladesh. The lure of the tallest peaks of Bangladesh, treks through virgin forests and chance to meet more than 15 tribes of the region up close is growing both among Bangladeshis and tourists from other countries.
Bandarban, a 4,479 km² wide area with a population of 292,900 (2003 est.) inside Bangladesh is bordered by Cox’s Bazaar, Chittagong, Rangamati and Khagrachari. On the other side of the 129 kilometer international border lies Myanmar provinces of Chin and Arakan.
Bandarban has only one town that approaches anything near a city – the Bandraban town. The rest of the area is divided into 7 upazilas, which are in turn divided into varying numbers of unions. Each union is a cluster of paras and villages.
Bandarban Sadar, Rajvila, Kuhalong, Sualok, Tankabati
Thanchi, Bolipara, Remakree, Tindu
Lama, Aziznagar, Fashiakhali, Gozalia, Rupasipara, Soroi
Nikhongchhari, Baishari, Dochari, Ghumdhum
Rowangchhari, Alekhong, Noapatang, Taracha
Ruma. Galengga, Pyndu, Remakree Pranksha
Other Tourist Destinations of Bandarban, Bangladesh:
Apart from Bandarban town and surroundings, Ruma Bazaar and Alikadam are two other destinations of Bandarban district, that can be reached by fair means, i.e. by motor-driven vehicles and are highly worth visiting. Lama Dardari Barua para.