Chittagong (officially Chattogram) is the main international seaport and second-largest city in Bangladesh. Located on the Bay of Bengal, the city is the headquarters of many Bangladeshi companies, including the Chittagong Stock Exchange. According to the British newspaper the Telegraph, Chittagong is one of the ten fastest-growing cities in the world. Chittagong is one of the great port cities of Asia. It flourished on the Maritime Silk Road and was the eastern terminus of the Grand Trunk Road. It was visited by famous medieval explorers like the Venetians Niccolo de Conti and Caeser Frederick; the Arab traveler Ibn Battuta; and the Chinese admiral Zheng He. The Portuguese, Mughals, and British controlled the port in successive periods until the 20th century. It became a major financial center and the largest port in modern-day Bangladesh after the Partition of British India.
By Taxi (You can call an uber)
By Motorbike (You can call a Pathao Bike)
There are ride-hailing services, such as Uber, Pathao, and many more, available.
When To Visit
You can also hire a rental car to move in and out of the city at you desired time. Busses for the long route usually start at night, hence drops you off at your destination at the early morning. Two major rail station are the Komolapur Rail Station and Airport Rail Station. You can enter or leave the city by boat or launch from Sadarghat River Port.