mirsharai area guide
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Mirsharai, Chattogram

If you are tired of urban and chaotic city life and looking for a way to get rid of the monotonous routine for some time, a trip to Mirsharai of the Chattogram District might be just what you need. Not only is this area known for its awe-striking hill tract side areas, lakes, waterfalls, or forest areas, but it is also known as an area to live a quiet life far from city life. So, if you are curious to learn more, this Mirsarai area guide will certainly help you.

The Mirsharai Upazila was established as a Thana in 1917 but was established as an Upazila in 1983. Its 482.89 square kilometer land area is bounded by Chagalnaiya and Feni Upazila and Tripura State of India on the North, Sitakunda Upazila and the Bay of Bengal’s Sandwip channel on the South, Fatikchari Upazila on the East, and Noakhali’s Companigonj Upazila and Sonagazi Upazila on the West. The 2 major water bodies that surround the Upazila are the Feni River and the Muhuri River.

Its historical and other beautiful landmarks attract people most to this area. It has 5 mass murder sites of the 1971 Liberation War, one mass grave, and one memorial. The Mohamaya Rubber Dam, Thakur Dighi, Moghadia Jomidar Bari, etc., are some of the locally known popular spots.

However, what makes Mirsharai Upazila a national and international tourist attraction is its forest areas, lakes, and waterfalls that run along the hillside areas. The most popular sites are Napittachhara Waterfall, Khoiyachara Waterfall, Ruposhi Waterfall, and the Bawachora Lake and Waterfall. The Mirsharai Deer Camp, Mohamaya Lake, Eco Park, Arshi Nagar Future Park, etc., are also popular attractions.

While its tourist spots contribute to its economy, agriculture, fisheries, dairy, and other cultivation are also among the Upazila's main economic sources. The Dhaka-Chattogram Highway has connected Mirsharai to the north, south, and several other cities. People can also travel to the upazila using train routes.

The Mirsharai Special Economic Zone is the largest economic zone, and it has created employment opportunities for many people over time. With its attractions and heritage, the area is experiencing many developments and is due for more in the coming years.

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City Insights

tick iconMirsharai is an Upazila of Chattogram District, located near the Feni River and 60 kilometers North of the Sadar area.
tick iconBeing in the middle of different cities and localities, people in Mirsharai Upazila speak in various dictions.
tick iconThe Dhaka-Chattogram Highway is the main road that connects the Upazila Sadar to other areas.
tick iconMirsharai is a popular tourist destination and has many attractive natural and historical landmarks.
tick iconThe upazila has the largest economic zone of Bangladesh.

Known Landmarks

  • Napittachhara Waterfall

  • Khoiyachara Waterfall

  • Ruposhi Waterfall

  • Bawachora Lake Forest Mountain

  • Mohamaya Lake and Eco Park

Connectivity

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Bus Routes

Mirsharai - Baraiyar Hat
Mirsharai - Muhuriganj
Mirsharai - Khaiyara
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Nearest Train Stations

Mirasarai Railway Station
Muhuriganj Railway Station
Chinky Astana Railway Station
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New Developments

tick iconMany roads of Mirsharai Upazila are under development.
tick iconNew education institutions are to be built, along with renovating the old ones.
tick iconNew housing estates are to be built to meet the growing demand for housing in the area.
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What’s great here?

tick iconThe Dhaka-Chattogram Highway offers a convenient communication facility.
tick iconThe upazila has many communication centers, a town hall, and marketplaces.
tick iconThe house rent and land prices are quite affordable.
tick iconThe crime rate of the Mirsharai Upazila is pretty low.
tick iconMirsharai is filled with naturally beautiful locations and water bodies, making it one of the most beautiful areas of Bangladesh.
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What needs attention?

tick iconMany mud roads and damaged roads require development for public safety.
tick iconThe area needs more well-planned and modern residential housing.
tick iconMany roads and parts of the highway are prone to road accidents.
tick iconMany areas suffer from a lack of clean drinking water and proper sewerage systems.
tick iconIndustrialization and urbanization are affecting the area’s nature and water health.

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