Tribal Cultural Museum
This is the only Tribal Cultural Museum in the Chittagong Hill Tracts region. It was established at Rangamati town in 1978 and run by the Tribal Cultural Institute. It preserves valuable objects and articles of different tribes representing their socio-economic, cultural and historical tradition. They are typical tribal dresses, ornaments, arms and ammunitions, coins, statues made of wood, bronze and other metals, musical instruments, ivory products, handicrafts, paintings on tribal life etc.
Shubholong is one of the most attractive scenic spots in Rangamati. Traditional boat is the only way to access the bazaar. Interestingly, the bazaar itself sets on little boats and is organized by the tribal people from the surrounding areas. Local products like banana, beans, pineapples etc are the items available in the market.
This is a pretty modern Buddhist Pagoda located in the town. The live nature of the pagoda and serene environment is very soothing.
The highest hill-enclaved lake of Bangladesh. 1216 ft above sea level. Neither any stream falls in it, nor any stream goes out. But it never dries up. Both the natural scene and the warmth of local tribal people in the area are beautiful. It is 65 km from Bandarban town and 15 km from Ruma upazilla.