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[[Image:Sangu_river.jpg|thumb|350px|River Sangu]]
'''Bandarban Hill District''' is the remotest and least populated district in [[Bangladesh]]. The lure of the tallest peaks of Bangladesh, treks through virgin forests and chance to meet more than 15 tribes of the region up close is growing both among Bangladeshis and tourists from other countries. Since the insurgency ceased in the [[Chittagong Hill Tracts]] (a cluster that includes all three hill districts of Bangladesh) it has opened up for tourists more than a decade back, though some of the western tourist guides may still describe the area as a major security risk.
'''Bandarban Hill District''' is the most remote and least populated district in [[Bangladesh]]. The lure of the tallest peaks of Bangladesh, treks through virgin forests and chance to meet more than 15 tribes of the region up close is growing both among Bangladeshis and tourists from other countries. Since the insurgency ceased in the [[Chittagong Hill Tracts]] (a cluster that includes all three hill districts of Bangladesh) it has opened up for tourists more than a decade back, though some of the western tourist guides may still describe the area as a major security risk. ==RegionsUnderstand== It is governed by a Hill Council under the Bangladesh government, headed by the King of Mong Circle. The current monarch, His Highness King Aung Shue Prue Chowdhury, is the 15th to sit on the throne. The front hall (''Raj Durbar'') of the Royal Palace is open to visitors, provided that appropriate behavior is maintained. Interestingly the 13th Royal Family claims the current Family to be usurpers to the throne.  Buddhist, Muslim, Christian, Hindu, and Chramma are major religions along with many pagan faiths. The best place for information are the Press Club (phone: +880 (0) 361 62549), the Tribal Cultural Institute (phone: +880 (0) 361 62424), the office of Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation, the government owned tourism company and the office of Guide Tours, the largest privately owned tourism company, at Hill Side Resort. ===Orientation=== 
[[Image:Map Bandarban01.jpg|thumb|140px|Map of Bandarban]]
Bandarban, a 4,479 km² wide area with a population of 292,900 (2003 est.) inside Bangladesh is bordered by Cox's Bazaar, Chittagong, Rangamati and Khagrachari. On the other side of the 129 kilometer international border lies [[Myanmar]] provinces of Chin and Arakan.
Bandarban, a 4,479 km² wide area with a population of 292,900 (2003 est.) inside Bangladesh is bordered by Cox's Bazaar, Chittagong, Rangamati and Khagrachari. On the other side of the 129 kilometre international border lies [[Myanmar]] provinces of Chin and Arakan.  Bandarban has only one town that approaches anything near a city - the Bandraban Bandarban town. The rest of the area is divided into 7 upazilas, which are in turn divided into varying numbers of unions. Each union is a cluster of ''paras'' and villages.
*'''Bandarban Sadar''': Bandarban Sadar, Rajvila, Kuhalong, Sualok, Tankabati
*'''Ruma''': Ruma. Galengga, Pyndu, Remakree Pranksha
===Other destinationsLandscape===Apart from Bandarban town and surroundings, Ruma Bazaar and Alikadam are two other destinations that can be reached by fair means, i.e. by motor-driven vehicles and are highly worth visiting.
==Understand==[[Image:View BandarbanPicture_322.jpg|thumb|300px|Landscape with River SanguBandarban landscape]] It is governed by a Hill Council under the Bangladesh government, headed by the King of Mong Circle. The current monarch, His Highness King Aung Shue Prue Chowdhury, is the 15th to sit on the throne. The front hall (''Raj Durbar'') of the Royal Palace is open to visitors, provided that appropriate behavior is maintained. Interestingly the 13th Royal Family claims the current Family to be usurpers to the throne.
Buddhist, Muslim, Christian, Hindu, and Chramma are major religions along with many pagan faiths.
 
The best place for information are the Press Club (phone: +880 (0) 361 62549), the Tribal Cultural Institute (phone: +880 (0) 361 62424), the office of Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation, the government owned tourism company and the office of Guide Tours, the largest privately owned tourism company, at Hill Side Resort.
 
===Landscape===
[[Image:Picture_322.jpg|thumb|300px|Bandarban landscape]]
The three highest peak of Bangladesh - Tahjindong (1280 meters, also known as bijoy), Mowdok Mual (1052 meters), and Keokradong (883 metres) - are located in Bandarban district, as well as Raikhiang Lake, the highest lake in Bangladesh. Chimbuk peak and Boga Lake are two more highly noted features of the district. Though most Bangladesh sources cite Keokradong as the highest peak in the country, but Tazing Dong (sometimes spelled as Tahjingdong, and also known as Bijoy) lying further east is recognized both by government and expert sources as a taller peak. Measurements taken by English adventurer Ginge Fullen shows that an officially unnamed peak near the Myanmar border (locally known as Mowdok Mual) is the highest point in Bangladesh.Recently a team from Nature Adventure Club took part in an expedition in the mowdok range and agreed with the ginge fullens statement. They got the hight of this peak as 3488 feet with gps accuracy of 3 meter. The unnamed summit is known as 'Saka Haphong' to the local Tripura tribes.
Bandarban Hill District was once called Bohmong Htaung since the Arakanese rule. Once Bohmong Htaung was ruled by Bohmong Rajas who were the subordinates to the Arakanese kings. Ancestors of the present Bohmong dynasty were the successor of the Pegu King of Burma under the Arakan's rule in Chittagong. In 1614, King Mong Kha Maung, the king of Arakan appointed Maung Saw Pru as Governor of Chittagong who in 1620 repulsed the Portuguese invasion with great valour. As a consequence, Arakanese king, Mong Kha Maung adorned Maung Saw Pru with a title of Bohmong meaning Great General. After the death of Maung Saw Pru two successors retained Bohmong title. During the time of Bohmong Hari Gneo in 1710, Arakanese King Canda Wizaya recaptured Chittagong from the Mughals. Bohmong Hari Gneo helped King Canda Wizaya in recapturing Chittagong and as a mark of gratitude the later conferred on Bohmong Hari Gneo the grand title of Bohmong Gree which means great Commander in Chief.
During the British Raj, it was declared as the Bohmong circle with limited autonomy. The Mizokaba or the Mizo uprise in the mid 19th century was major catalyst for re-settlemet of the tribes in the area. During World War II the area saw the presence of a formidable British military presence that came to stand against a Japanese invasion. The tribes of these hills held the reputation of unyielding rebellion throughout history. When India]], Pakistan and Mynamar went independent from the Raj, the leaders of the tribes people decided unsuccessfully to become a part of Mynamar, then known as Burma. During the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971 to gain independence from Pakistan, the leaders again sought unsuccessfully to remain a part of Pakistan.
In the late 1970s, a policy of forced settlement of Bengalis into hills was pursued, which later gave rise to much violence against the hill people and the insurgency led by Shanti Bahini, the military wing of Parbatya Chattagram Jana Sanghati Samiti. There have been an attempt to create divide among tribal cultural lines between the Chakmas, who led Shantibanhini, and the Mrus, by creating an anti-Shantibanhini militia out of them. Now, after the peace treaty, Bandarban stands as a locally governed ethnic region together with the two other hill districts. Representation of numerous tribes of the district in the Hill Council now stands as a thorn of dispute here.
==Get in==
===By bus===
There are three ways to get to Bandarban. The easiest is a direct bus ride from [[Dhaka]] which takes 6 hours. The few services available are Dolphin at Kalabagan, Unique service, Shyamoli Paribahan at Gabtali, Asad gate, Fakirerpul, Kamlapur, Saydabad and S Alam at Kamalapur. On the high tourist season it is advisable to buy tickets in advance.
It is possible to get to Bandarban directly from [[Rangamati]] by way of Chandraghona, but the perilous route is not advisable at all.
 
{| border="1" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0" align="center"
|+ '''Getting to Chittagong'''
! Transport !! Departure !! Arrival !! Price
|-
| GMG Airlines || Dhaka || Chittagong || $69.00
|-
| GMG Airlines || Dhaka || Cox's Bazaar || $89.00
|-
| Turna Nishitha (AC Sleeper) || Dhaka || Chittagong || $8.80
|-
| Turna Nishitha (1<sup>st</sup> Class) || Dhaka || Chittagong || $6.00
|-
| Turna Nishitha (2<sup>nd</sup> Class) || Dhaka || Chittagong || $2.00
|-
| Shohag (AC Bus) || Dhaka || Chittagong || $5.35
|-
| Hanif (Bus) || Dhaka || Chittagong || $3.35
|-
| S Alam (Bus) || Dhaka || Chittagong || $3.35
|}
 
Check for Dhaka-Chittagong train travels [http://www.seat61.com/Bangladesh.htm here]. Check for GNG flights [http://www.gmgairlines.com/overseas.htm here].
 
===By bus===
{| border="1" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0" align="center"
|+ '''Getting to Bandarban'''
! Transport !! Departure !! Arrival !! Price
|-
| Soudia (Bus) || Dhaka || Bandarban || $5.14
|-
| S Alam (Bus) || Dhaka || Bandarban || $5.14
|-
| Dolphin (Bus) || Dhaka || Bandarban || $3.75
|-
| Unique(Bus) || Dhaka || Bandarban || $4.86
|-
| Purbani (Bus) || Chittagong || Bandarban || $0.80/Taka 80/-
|-
| Pubali (Bus) || Chittagong || Bandarban || $0.80 / Taka 80/-
|-
| Pubali (Bus) || Rangmati || Bandarban || $1.05
|}
===By car===
Car rented from Chittagong, readily available from
Bangladesh Enterprise (phone: +880 (0) 31 670512) at Chandgao, Al-Amin Enterprise (phone: +880 (0) 31 720600) or Alam Enterprise (phone: +880 (0) 31 714566) at Hazi Para in Agrabad, Bismilla Fashion (phone: +880 (0) 31 612749) at Reazuddin Bazar or Samara Fashions (phone: +880 (0) 31 615925) at Azimir Super Market at Monim Road, would take anyone to Bandarban. Though it is possible to rent a car at Dhaka to go all the way to Bandarban, it is not advisable in any way. Plainland drivers are generally lousy in the hills and they don't know the locality at all. It would be prudent to hire a driver who comes from Bandarban.
==Get around==
Inside the town, which can be easily covered on feet, the most available mode of transport in the rickshaw. For places out of town there are three-wheeler taxis near the Traffic ''Mor'' (circle or intersection), four-wheel drive vehicles for hire near Hotel Green Hill, and a rent-a-car station near Hotel Hill Bird. There also are the regular public transit system of ancient four-wheel-drive vehicles, known locally as ''Chander Gari'' (meaning the Moon Car) available Ruma and Rowangchhari Bus Stations, as well as near the Sonali Bank. Major road routes are Chimbuk-Ruma, Bandarban-Rowangchhari-Ruma, Aziznagar-Gojalia-Lama, Khanhat-Dhopachhari-Bandarban, Bandarban-Chimbuk-Thanchi-Alikadam-Baishari-Dhundhum, and Chimbuk-Tangkabati-Baro Aoulia. It is also possible to travel by native boats by the river Sangu, from either the Bazaar Ghat or the Kyaw Ching Ghat.
==See==
[[Image:Kyang_BandarbanBuddha Dhatu Zadi01.jpgjpg‎|thumb|300px220px|The Buddha Dhatu Jadi]]
* '''Buddha Dhatu Jadi'''. The largest Buddhist temple in Bangladesh, located in Balaghata, 4 km from the town, is one excellent place to visit locally known as 'Swarna Mandir'. This Theravada Buddhist temple. set atop a 60 meter hill, is made completely in the style of South-East Asia and houses a sacred relic and the second largest statue of Buddha in Bangladesh.
* '''Raj Vihar''' and '''Ujanipara Vihar'''.The numerous Buddhist temples, known as ''kyang'' in local toungue, and vihars in the town include the highly notable the Rajvihar (royal Monastery) at Jadipara. The monastery at Ujanipara, known as Ujanipara Vihar, is also a major place of interest.
* '''Chimbuk Hill''' and '''Tribal Villages'''. Chimbuk is one of the tallest peaks in Bangladesh and lies some 14 km from the town. Bawm villages around Chimbuk and Mru villages a little further off are also lie within a day's journey from the town.
 [[Image:Meghla Bandarban.jpg|thumb|300px220px|Meghla]] 
* '''Nil Giri''' and '''Thanchi'''. Nilgiri is one of the tallest peaks and beautiful place in Bangladesh and lies some 46 km from the town. there is beautiful resort in the top of the mountain maintain by the Bangladesh Army. Booking to be done through army officer. There are three well furnished cottages ranging from Tk.4000-7000. There are also three tents having 4 beds [email protected] per tent. Foreign tourist will be restricted there. there is restaurant, helipad,
* '''Other Places'''. Prantik Lake, Jibannagar and Kyachlong Lake are some more places of interest.
*<see name="Boga Lake" alt="1200 ft" address="" directions="" phone="12222" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">A beautiful lake surrounded by high hills and a small village just beside the lake[[Image:Shoilo_Propat_Bandorban.</see>JPG|thumb|220px|Shoilo Propat]]
 *<see name="Boga Lake" alt="12000 ft" address="" directions="" phone="12222" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">A beautiful lake surrounded by high hills and a small village just beside the lake. Boga Lake is the most beautiful natural lake in Bangladesh. It is also known as Bagakain Lake or Baga Lake. Boga lake is 18 kilometer away from Ruma Sadar Upozilla in Bandarban. The area of this lake is about 15 acres. It is about 3000 feet above sea level. The color of water of this lake is blue and very nice. There are many mythological stories behind the creation of this lake. There are many tourists make their way to Boga lake every year, specially in the winter season. Small tribe community like Bawm, Khumi have localities besides the Boga lake. In the rainy season, it is quite difficult to stroll beside the boga lake. The road from Ruma to Boga lake is still under construction. There waiting lots of pleasure and delight for you at Boga lake. You will definitely be amazed looking at the big rocks lying in and out of the Boga lake. You can have a camp fire beside the lake, that will be unbelievable and mind-blowing memory in your life.</see>
==Do==
* '''Cruise on River Sangu'''. One highly admired activity here is a boat trip in a ''sampan'' (a double oared boat with a blunt aft and a flat bottom) or a regular boat down the River Sangu. The trip can vary from a 1-hour trip, including a stop-over to take tea, to a whole day cruise including stop-overs to have food.You will find people working on river with bamboos. The river is not very deep in the dry season. Many times your boat might get stuck with the soil under the river.
* '''Take a Guided Tour'''. The only available regular guided tour package, offered by Bengal Tours & Guide Tours, takes tourists through Buddha Dhatu Jadi, Meghla, Shoilo Propat, Raj Vihar and Ujanipara Vihar, two tribal villages, Chimbuk Hill and a couple of more sites. An irregular guided tour package by Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation takes tourisst to Nilachal and Meghla, the artificially created government owned "tourist attractions" generally shunned by serious travelers.
===Hiking===
*'''Marmabazaar:''' All the local food and textile products, as well as wet grocery vendors selling fresh hill produces. Look for ''Nappi'', a local delicacy, to take home here. But, don't forget to pack it tight when carrying. This market bustles with activity in the earl morning, with tribes-people coming down the hills to sell vegetables of every color, as well as roots, tubers, fruits, berries and nuts.
===Costs===
===Dress===
The local tribespeople consider almost everything that walks, flies or swims as food, so with a little luck it is possible to sample dog meat, and even dried snakes or deer meat (both are protected species in Bangladesh). ''Nappi'', a semi-dried fish-paste with powerful flavor, is one of the top delicacies. Most of the hotels in Bandarban do not have any restaurant attached.
===Self Catering===
==Drink==
==Sleep==
With a little luck, it is possible to stay at one of the numerous government rest houses, especially in quiet seasons. The most notable is the District Circuit House, followed by Hill Top Rest House, maintained by the District Administration, and the Forest Department rest House. Department of Roads and Highways have two rest houses of fair standards - one near Chimbuk, the other near the circuit house. But, these can not be booked in advance, unless the traveler is on government business or a government guest or employee.
 
{{sleeppricerange|Under $2|$2-5|Over $5}}
In Bandarban Town itself there are numerous inexpensive hotels, all of which are at Bandarban Bazaar, the market district of the town. The most prominent are:
* <sleep name="PAHARIKA GUEST HOUSEBilkis Hotel" alt="" address="AFTER G.P.O (Chimbuk Road) at Hafez GhonaAt the traffic ''Mor'' junction." directions="" phone="+880 (0) 361 6256562061" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PMNegotiable" price="Tk 150.0030-200.0080" lat="" long="" mob="+88 01820400137">Maintained by the V.V.I.P SERVICE and DIPLOMATESVery cheap, preferred by the indigenous people and long Staying Guests. For Batter Security and Safetywith a fine view of River Sangu.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Prue Abashika" address="Near the ''pouroshabha'' (municipality) at Bandrban Bazaar." phone="+880 (0) 361 62257" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 50-100" url="">Maintained by the Royal Family, preferred by the indigenous people.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Jamal Boarding" address="Between the pouroshabha (municipality) and the Press Club." phone="+880 (0) 361 62431" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 50-100" url="">Mostly preferred by mainstream Bengali Muslims who come for business or work here.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Bilkis Hotel" address="At the traffic ''Mor'' junction." phone="+880 (0) 361 62061" checkin="" checkout="Negotiable" price="Tk 30-80" url="">Very cheap, with a fine view of River Sangu.</sleep>
Hotel Nurani, near * <sleep name="Prue Abashika" address="Near the Ruma Bus Station is another place for budget accommodations''pouroshabha'' (municipality) at Bandrban Bazaar. Though less popular" phone="+880 (0) 361 62257" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 50-100" url="">Maintained by the Royal Family, it provides a good access to transports and comes at about preferred by the same costs as Bilkis Hotelindigenous people.</sleep>
===Mid-range===
* <sleep name="PAHARIKA GUEST HOUSEHotel Putkemara" alt="" address="AFTER GMarmabazaar.P.O " directions="" phone="+880 (Chimbuk Road0) 361 62535" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 120-400" lat="" long="">Maintained by the Press Club. Strategically located at town center, on top of the Press Club, and has a magnificent view of river Sangu.</sleep> * <sleep name="Hotel Chodon Hill" alt="" address="In the Press Club building at Hafez Ghonatraffic ''Mor'' junction." directions="" phone="+880 (0) 361 6256562574" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 250150-300350" lat="" long="">Maintained by the VPress Club.V.I.P SERVICE and DIPLOMATESStrategically located at town center, preferred by on top of the indigenous people and long Staying Guests. For Batter Security Press Club, and Safetyhas a magnificent view of river Sangu.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Hotel Royal" alt="" address="At Marmabazaar." directions="" phone="+880 (0) 361 62431" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 150-350" lat="" long="">Newly made, and supposedly the best in the category. Flanked by a the only "Chinese" restaurant in town.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Purabi Hotel" address="Between traffic ''Mor'' junction and Ruma Bus Station." phone="+880 (0) 361 62531" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 150-350" url="">Recently updated and improved.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Hotel Hill Bird" address="Bandarban Bazaar." phone="+880 (0) 361 62431" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 150-350" url="">The oldest in the category, with a rent-a-car station at hand.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Hotel Green Hill" address="In the Press Club building at traffic ''Mor'' junction." phone="+880 (0) 361 62574" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 150-350" url="">Maintained by the Press Club. Strategically located at town center, on top of the Press Club, and has a magnificent view of river Sangu.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Hotel Authiti" alt="" address="Marmabazaar." directions="" phone="+880 (0) 361 62535" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 120-400" lat="" long="">Maintained by the Press Club. Strategically located at town center, on top of the Press Club, and has a magnificent view of river Sangu.</sleep>
With a little luck* <sleep name="Hotel Royal" alt="" address="At Marmabazaar." directions="" phone="" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 150-350" lat="" long="">Newly made, it is also possible to stay at one of and supposedly the numerous government rest houses, especially best in dull seasonsthe category. The most notable is Flanked by a the District Circuit only "Chinese" restaurant in town.</sleep> * <sleep name="Paharikia Guest House, followed by Hill Top Rest House, maintained " alt="" address="after G.P.O (Chimbuk Road) at Hafez Ghona." directions="" phone="+880 (0) 361 62565" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 250-300" lat="" long="">Preferred by the District Administration, indigenous people and the Forest Department rest Houselong staying guests. Department of Roads </sleep> * <sleep name="Purabi Hotel" address="Between traffic ''Mor'' junction and Highways have two rest houses of fair standards Ruma Bus Station." phone="+880 (0) 361 62531" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 150- one near Chimbuk, the other near the circuit house. But, these can not be booked in advance, unless the traveler is on government business or a government guest or employee350" url="">Recently updated and improved.</sleep>
===Splurge===
* <sleep name="Hill Side Resort" alt="" address="Milonchari." directions="" phone="+880 (0) 361 62414, +880 (0)1199275691" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 2000-26004000" lat="" long="">Maintained by the Guide Tours. The best place to stay in Bandarban on top of Shoilo Propat. Maintained by Guide Tours this resort has a majestic view of Sangu River and features a cottage layout, Dhaka office Darpan Complex, 1st floor, Plot 2, Gulshan 2, Dhaka, +88029886983,+88029862205, +8801711696337.</sleep> * <sleep name="Holiday Inn" alt="" address="Near Meghla." directions="" phone="+880 (0) 361 62896" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 15001000-1600 (negotiable)" lat="" long="">Maintained by District Administration. Not to be confused with the famous hotel chain.</sleep>* <sleep name="Parjatan Motel" alt="" address="Near Meghla." directions="" phone="+880 (0) 361 62741, +880 (0) 361 62742" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 750-3750" lat="" long="">Maintained by Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Hotel Four Star" alt="" address="Near DC office, VIP road." directions="" phone="+880 (0) 361 62466, +880 (0) 1553421089" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 450-1500" lat="" long="">Maintained by Mr. Manik Choudhury.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Parjatan Motel" alt="" address=Camping"Near Meghla." directions="" phone="+880 (0) 361 62741, +880 (0) 361 62742" url="" checkin="" checkout="12PM" price="Tk 1250-5400 (year 2012)" lat="" long="">Maintained by Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation.</sleep>
==Contact==
{{Infobox|Cell-phone|Bandarban is now under mobile network. It may be mentioned that all the 5 mobile operator Grameenphone, Banglalink, AKTELRobi, Airtel, Citycell has meanwhile already established network coverage in Rangamati, Khagrachari and Bandarban Districts of the Chittagong Hill Tracts, bringing all 64 Districts of the country under its network.}}
'''361''' is the area code for Bandarban. For further details see [[Bangladesh]].
==Stay safe==
{{warningboxcautionbox|All non-Bangladeshis are required to '''register''' with the local police in Bandarban..}}
As [[malaria]] is a major health threat in the region, malaria prophylaxis is highly advisable. ''Avloquin'' and ''Malacide'' are two popular local brands of the drug, purchasable from major Dhaka, Chittagong or Bandarban drugstores that are known as a "pharmacy" in Bangladesh. Incidentally, Bandaraban District Hospital has arguably the best treatment and research facilities for malarial treatment in Bangladesh.
==Stay healthy==
Drinking water often comes from hillside streams. Therefore, insist upon water from tube wells, or carry your own supply of water bottles or water purification tablets. ''Halotab'' is the popular local brand of purification tablets. Bandarban pharmacies may not have a any in stock of it, therefore so it is advisable that the tablet is bought from to purchase some in Dhaka or Chittagongbeforehand.
===Emergency Services===
[[Wikipedia:Bandarban District]]
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