Rangamati is a prominent town in the Chittagong Hill Tracts in the Chittagong Division of Bangladesh.
You can come to Rangamati by transport from Chittagong there is one direct transport Paharica begins from Chittagong at 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM and from Rangamati at 8:00 AM to 8:50 PM in each one hour interim and takes around 2.5 hours. The Paharica transport admission is 120tk (as of April 2014) and you can get the tickets from Muradpur, Oxygen Mor. There are heaps of nearby transports towards Rangamati from a similar Oxygen however those transports stops anytime where there is traveler which over-burdens the transport all-times and takes 3 hours travel. There are a couple of direct transports from the capital Dhaka. These transports are not cooled. There are some neighborhood transports from the close-by locale.
You can likewise crash into Rangamati from Chittagong.
Outsiders are required to enlist while entering Rangamati.
The main transport inside the town is three-wheeler taxis (Green CNGs). You can either save the taxi or travel in light of shared premise. You can simply discover taxis oat your goal and the charge is 30tk~100tk in light of separation in the event that you save it. On a mutual taxi the toll is 12 tk~30 tk in light of separation.
The Chakma King’s living arrangement and adjacent religious community.
The Parjatan locales – motel, hanging span and so on.
Kaptai Lake – Peda Ting resort, Shubolong, Chakma Villages.
There is another private resort and stop named Tuk Eco town which additionally gives stopping in characteristic wooden made cottages holding tight slopes inside backwoods where you can appreciate phenomenal common view. The room lease is 1200tk. They have an eatery where you can appreciate the characteristic magnificence while taking your supper. The vast majority of the watercraft man stay away from this place yet this is a standout amongst the most beautiful place to visit. You can straightforwardly result in these present circumstances put by shared motor watercraft with just 10~15 tk charge.