About Chittagong Division, Bangladesh
Chittagong Division is one of the six administrative divisions that make up Bangladesh. It is the second largest and made up of 11 districts, it covers a large southern area of the country. Chittagong division is bordered by dhaka and sylhet divisions and Tripura state of India to the north, bay of bengal and Arakan on the south, Mizoram, Tripura states of India and chin state of Myanmar on the east and Bay of Bengal, barisal and dhaka divisions on the west. The major economic sources are agriculture and labour. The largest port in Bangladesh is in the city of Chittagong where all large scale maritime trade go through. The export of seafood, production of hydroelectric power dams is another major economic activity.
Things to do in Chittagong
The Chittagong Division is known for its hilly terrain, three hill districts of Rangamati, Khagrachari and Bandaban are home to the highest mountains in Bangladesh, rich biodiversity including about 6000 flowering plants, jungles with waterfalls, fast flowing streams and elephant reserves. St. Martin's Island located in the division is the only coral island in the country, the fishing port of Cox's Bazaar is home to one of the world's longest natural beaches. Other attractions to see are the Teknaf Game Reserve, Eco Park and the Sitakunda Botanical Garden.
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