Rangamati is one of the hill districts of Bangladesh and the largest district in Bangladesh by area. This district is one of the most important tourist destinations in Bangladesh.
Kaptai Lake is the largest artificial lake in South Asia with up to 11,000 sq km area. It is fascinating with small hills, sculpted mountain roads, waterfalls, and greenhouses near water.
Karnafuli Paper Mills (KPM) the biggest paper mill in Bangladesh, was established at Chandraghona, Chittagong in 1951. The mills went into production in 1953 with an installed capacity of 30,000 tons of paper per year.
Sajek Union is a tourist destination in Bagaichhari Upazila of Rangamati district in Bangladesh. Sajek Valley is located on the northernmost Mizoram border of the Rangamati district. The distance from Khagrachhari district headquarters is about 60 km. There are two hills in the Sajak Valley; Ruilui and Kanlak. Ruilui Hills is located at an altitude of 1620 feet and Kanglak at an altitude of 1600 feet. Clouds, mountains, and green are everywhere in Sajek.
The main attraction of Rangamati city is Hanging Bridge. Generally, no one comes back from Rangamati without seeing this hanging bridge. At the end of the city of Rangamati, the 335-feet-long bridge in Kaptai Lake is one of the most attractive places for tourists. This bridge is called the ‘Symbol of Rangamati.
Chitmaram is one of the famous tourist destinations in Bangladesh. Chitmaram Buddhist Temple is located at Kaptai, Rangamati, Bangladesh. Visitors from all over the world come here to visit and worship.
Rajbana Vihar, Rangamati, is one of the top-rated places.
Shuvolong Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall in Rangamati. The only available path to reach the waterfall is through the lake. People visit there by boat. It is a famous place with the tourists for the waterfall, high hills and the natural surrounding it offers.
When you visit Orachhari of Farua Union in Bilaichhari Upazila of Rangamati district, you will see an impeccably beautiful Dhuppani Waterfall.