Rangamati is a district in south-eastern Bangladesh. It is a part of the Chittagong Division and the town of Rangamati serves as the headquarters of the district. Area-wise, Rangamati is the largest district of the country.

Rangamati Tourist Spot: For a perfect holiday

What are the most attracting things of Rangamati Tourist Spot? Obviously, it is the outstanding lifestyle of the tribal people. You cannot ignore the natural beauty as well.

Rangamati, the hilly pleasure ground of natural beauty is full of hills, lakes, river, forest and tribes.


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Rangamati is a district of the Chittagong Hill Tracts of the southeastern Bangladesh. The entire area is 6116 km2 where 4824 km2 land and the rest are in the water.

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It is the largest district of Bangladesh. It has 10 sub-districts (Upazila) which are Sadar, Belaichhari, Baghaichari, Barkal, Juraichhari, Rajasthali, Kaptai, Langadu, Naniarchar, and Kaukhali. Baghaichari is the largest sub-district of Bangladesh. It has about six lakh of people with a density of 95/km2.

Important Information of Rangamati District

It is a litigating ground of two mighty kings from Arakan and Tripura. In 1566, it came under the Mughal Empire. In 1737, it became free from the Mughal. In 1760 – 61, it was under East India Company lease.

Tripura of India is at the north and Bandarban is to the south. The Mizoram of India and Chin of Myanmar is to the west. Lastly, Khagrachari and Chittagong is to the east.This district is the predominantly Buddhist oriented land of about 53.83% of its population. It has the highest numbers of Pagodas of Bangladesh. Fourteen tribal communities reside in this district. This locality has a better rate of education of about 70%. With 10 colleges, there are 628 educational institutes are in this district.The Rangamati Stadium is the only Bangladeshi ground where you can see the matches from standing on the road.

Rangamati was under sector one in the great Bangladeshi Liberation war 1971. In liberation war, the Bengali and tribes of Rangamati participate willingly. For the memory of their sacrifices, there is a symbol of Doel (Magpie robin) in the center of Rangamati Sadar.

From the Doel Chattar, you can go to the reserve bazaar. You will get the bus stand from where you may go to the Dhaka. The main medium of transport is water vehicle. You will get main launch terminal in the Reserve Bazaar. It is the place from where you can go any Upazila of Rangamati. You will get tourist boat from Reserve Bazaar. You will not find any rickshaw in Rangamati. Rather getting the rickshaw, you will find a lot of baby taxi.

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