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Chittagong Division 

Chittagong Division is a region in Bangladesh. Bandarban Brahmanbaria Chandpur Chittagong Comilla Cox's Bazar Feni Khagrachari Lakshmipur Noakhali Rangamati During the Pakistan period Chittagong division included the Sylhet Division then as district of East Pakistan.
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Bandarban Hill District is the most remote and least populated district in Bangladesh.
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Chittagong is the capital of Chittagong Division in south-eastern Bangladesh. Chittagong is a fairly big, spread out town, and the largest international seaport in the country.
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Saint Martins Island is in the Chittagong Division of Bangladesh and lies about 10km south-west of the southern tip of the mainland.
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Cox's Bazar is a beach resort in the Chittagong Division in south-eastern Bangladesh.
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Teknaf is the southern-most city on the mainland in Bangladesh, on the narrow strip running along the coast of Myanmar.
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Nijhum Dwip means, Silent Island is a small island under Hatiya upazila. It is situated in Noakhali District in Bangladesh.
Chittagong Hill Tracts
Chittagong Hill Tracts is a region of the Chittagong Division in Bangladesh. You have to arrange permits!
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Chandpur is a city in Bangladesh. Chandpur can be reached by ferry in 3 to 4 hours from Dhaka and 5 to 6 hours from you can reach by Train and Bus from different corner of the country.
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Khagrachari is a city in Chittagong Division. Khagrachari is a district in south-eastern Bangladesh.
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Brahmanbaria is a district in east-central Bangladesh. It literally means the place where Brahmins reside.
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Chittagong District is located in the Chittagong Division of Bangladesh. Within its borders is Bangladesh's second largest city, Chittagong.
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