Bandarban District of Bangladesh.
Bandarban district is bounded by Rangamati district on the north, Arakan (Myanmar ) and the river Naf on the south, Arakan and Rangamati district on the east and Chittagong and Cox’s Bazar district on the west. Bandarban mostly consists of forest and hills. Main rivers are Shankna (Sangu), Matamuri and Bakkhalo. The four major mountain ranges of the district are the Meranja, Wailatong, Tambang and Politai. Bagakain or Baga Lake is notable.
Annual average temperature is maximum 34.6⁰c and minimum 13⁰c, annual rainfall 3031 mm.
Bandarban (town) the area of Bandarban town is 51.80 squre kilometer. it has a population of 31806. Bandarban district was established in 1983. It consists of 7 upzilas, 32 unions parshads, 140 mouzas, 1482 villages, 1 municipality, 10 wards and 62 mahallas.
Area: 4,479 km² (1,729.4 squre mile)
Density: 65.4/km² (169.4/squre mile)
Literacy rate: 39.5%
Name of the Bandarban District’s Upazilas: Bandarban Sadar Upazila, Thanchi Upazila, Lama Upazila, Naikhongchhari Upazila, Ruma Upazila, Ali Kadam Upazila, Rawanchari Upazila.