The Chimbuk hills Or Pahar (চিম্বুক পাহাড়) of Bandarban, known as Darjeeling in Bengal. Chimbuk is the third largest mountain in Bangladesh. Chimbuk is a well-known name all over the country. Chimbuk hill is located 26-28 km from Bandarban district town. It is about 2500 feet above sea level. The view of the hills on
A mangrove forest is a forest surrounded by saltwater in a coastal area. There are about 50 natural mangrove forests in different parts of the world. The entire southern part of our country is bordered by the Bay of Bengal. This coastal region has mangrove forests which cover about half of the entire forest area
There are two cool water fountains in the middle of climbing Keokradong, once the highest peak in Bangladesh. One is called Chingri Jhorna Jhiri (Shrimp Jhiri Fountain). An hour’s walk up the hill from Boga lake to Keokradong shows Chingri Jhorna. A small part of the fountain can be seen from below. If you want
Tinap Saitar is a waterfall located at Roangchhari (Paindu union of Ruma upazila) in Bandarban district of Bangladesh. Tinap Saitar is a Bam word. In Bam language, Tinap means runny nose and Saita means spring or waterfall. It is located in Paindu canal. For this reason, to many it is also known as Paindu Saitar.
Sippi Arsuang is a hill. Its height is 2939 feet. It is located at Roangchhari in the Bandarban district of Chittagong Hill Tracts. The names of the hill are different in different indigenous languages. The Bum race called it Sippi, Tanchanga – Rametang, Marma – Ramatang, Pangkhoa – Arsuang which means rooster crest. Also called