Chattogram district is an administrative zone of Chattogram division of south-eastern Bangladesh. The district is well-known as the Port City and the second largest city of Bangladesh. The city is located on the banks of the Karnaphuli River between the Chattogram Hill Tracts and the Bay of Bengal. The district plays a vital role in the countries economy. The Port of Chattogram is the principal maritime gateway to the country. This is the busiest international seaport on the Bay of Bengal and the third busiest in South Asia.
Chattogram is the headquarters of the Eastern Zone of the Bangladesh Railway. The District is bounded by Feni district and Tripura State of India to the north, Cox’s Bazar district to the south, Bandarban, Rangamati and Khagrachari districts to the east, Noakhali district and Bay of Bengal to the west. Mirsharai, Sitakunda, Anwara, Banshkhali, Sandwip are the Coastal Upazila of Chattogram.
Because of the Combination of geographical variation like hill’s, cannel’s, river, sea, valleys, forests and the largest sea port, Chattogram is different from the other district’s of Bangladesh. Patenga sea beach, Foy’s lake, Chattogram zoo, The shrine of Hazrat Shah Amanat (R), Dargah of Hazrat Bayazid Bostami (R), Ethnological Museum, War cemetery, DC hill, Batali hill, Court building, Chandranath hill (Sitakunda), Banshkhali eco-park, Parki sea beach (Anwara) are the most tourist attractions place in Chattogram.