Prominent as one of the most conservative cities in Bangladesh, the Chittagong is the Chittagong Division’s capital city that is tucked in the south-eastern regions of Bangladesh. It is the Largest International Seaport in Bangladesh and thus, carries a high relevance. Packed with the crowded streets which are majorly covered with the masses of rickshaws, the regions here are thus noticed as being distinct than the other regions of the country. But, regardless of the number of streets, the main priority is always given to the cleanliness of its sidewalks and the roads here. Chittagong contains a variety of spots stealing the limelight of the city with their alluring charm and the vibrancy, and some of them are the Patenga Beach, World War II Cemetery, Ethnological Museum, Mohsin College and plenty others.
Peaceful Shikara, Dal lake, Nishat park., Shalimar, Shalimar Mughal Garden
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Located On The Banks Of The Karnaphuli River Between The Chittagong Hill Tracts And The Bay Of Bengal, Chittagong Is A Large Port City On The Southeastern Coast Of Bangladesh. Initially Known By Various Other Names Like Chatigaon, Chatigam, Chattagrama, Islamabad, Chattala, Chaityabhumi And Porto Grande De Bengala, The Port City Of Chittagong Has Been A Melting Pot For People Worldwide For Centuries. The Language, Culture And Cuisine Have Been Inspired By The Centuries Old Trade Networks. Chittagong Also Attracts Historians And History Buffs As It Has Rich History Which Dates Back To Neolithic Age. And The Proofs For It Are The Stone Age Fossils And Tools That Are Unearthed In This Region.
There Are Various Places That Attract The Tourists Like The Ethnological Museum Which Exhibits The Different Ethnic Tribes Across The Country, Zia Memorial Museum That Displays The Belongings Of Former President Ziaur Rahman, Who Was Assassinated In 1981, The Onion Shaped Domes And Brightly Painted Minarets Of Chandanpura Mosque, The Chittagong War Cemetery Which Contains The Graves Of Commonwealth And Japanese Soldiers Killed In Wwii.
The Town Is Enriched With Various Pictorial Natural Beauties. It Is Surrounded By Many Hills Including Batali Hill. Nearby The Hill Is The Foy’s Lake Which Has Rowboats, Amusement Park And A Small Zoo. In The South Of The City There Is Patenga Beach Which Is Near The Mouth Of The Karnaphuli River And Is Popular As A Sunset Viewing Spot. Down South Is The Fishing Port Of Cox’s Bazaar Which Is Famous For Its Long Sandy Beach On The Bay Of Bengal.
The Only Coral Island In The Country, St. Martin’ Island Is Found In Chittagong. The Three Hill Districts Of Bandarban, Rangamati And Khagrachari Are The Home To The Highest Mountains In Bangladesh. Various Protected Areas Including The Teknaf Game Reserve And The Sitakunda Botanical Garden And Eco Park Are Found Here.
The Port City Of Chittagong Is Famous For Its Rich Biodiversity. Hills, Jungles, Waterfalls, And Fast Flowing River Streams And Elephant Reserves-You Name It And It’s Here.
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