Patang Jhiri Waterfall is located at Ruma Upazila in Bandarban. Patang Jhiri waterfall is also near to Boga Lake. Patang Jhiri is situated before the way of Boga Lake. When a traveler travels to Boga Lake he should visit Patang Jhiri waterfall. In rainy season it is very difficult to reach at the top of the waterfall but in winter some undaunted traveler climb at the top of the Patang Jhiri Waterfall. Patang Jhiri is not very big waterfall but its structure and surrounding view is really exceptional.
If you are a trekker from Bangladesh, then you are already familiar with the “Jiri Path”. Its a walking path where you have to walk through the water streams which are coming from the top of the hill. The water level is very low here. Most of the cases an average of 1 feet or less. But some places from the “Jhiri” are having very deep water level.
There are several areas under the waterfall where the water gathers, and made those a natural bathtub. The main one, where the water dropping directly, having no depth found so far. Many people tried, but couldn’t find the depth. The teal colored crystal water from the basin is really something. It will be hard for you to leave the place.
Travel from Bandarban to Patang Jhiri: To travel at Patang Jhiri a traveler should go to Ruma upazilla first. So the traveler has to make a trip from Bandarban to Ruma upazilla by “chander gari” (public jeep), regular bus service or a private vehicle. Chander gari or bus service will take approximately Tk.100-120. It may take 3-4 hours journey depending on transport service quality. On the way you have to register your name, contact address and other details in the respective security camp. It is apprised that you are not allowed to leave Ruma for Patang Jhiri /Boga Lake after 4pm.
Dhaka and Bandarban are linked by road. There are direct bus services available from Dhaka to reach Bandarban.
Some of the bus services are listed below for your assistance:
1. S Alam services Ltd
2. Shyamoli Paribahan
3. Saudia Paribahan
Arambag, Contact: +88-02-7102465
Gabtoli, Contact: +88-02-8018445
There are no direct flight services available from Dhaka to Bandarban. However, you can travel to Chittagong by air and then take a bus or private car to reach Bandarban. Bangladesh Biman, United Airways, Regent Airways and Novo Air, all provide flight services to Chittagong.
1. Hillside Resort
Address: Chimbuk road, Bandarban
Contact: 01730 045083, 02-988 6983
2. Hotel Greenhill
Address: Main Road, Bandarban-4600
Contact: +88 01856699910, +88 01856699911
3. Hotel Purabi
Address: V.I.P. Road, Bandarban Sadar, Bandarban
Contact: 01823-346383, 0361-62531
4. Hotel Paharika
Address: Main Road, Bandarban
Address: It is located in the South-West of Thanchi Bazar in Thanchi Sadar Upazila
Contact: 01819537753, 01818100435
6. Upazila Rest House
Owner/Manager: Mr. Kalhacing Marma, Chairman, Upazila Parisad
Address: Thanchi Bazar (close to the mosque), Thanchi Sadar Upazila
Referred to where to eat in Bandarban, click here
Richhang is another natural waterfall and one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Khagrachhari District of Bangladesh. Not so wide and not as great as Jadepai or Nafakhum, but this beautiful waterfall successfully surprised the domestic and foreign travelers with its intrinsic natural beauty.)  => Array ( [name] => Horinmara Kundo Waterfall [post_id] => 25993 [post_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/places/horinmara-kundo-waterfall/ [thumb_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Horinmara-Kundu-Jhorna01-1-300x225.jpg [post_content] =>
This waterfall is known as Horinmara Kundo Waterfall (হরিনমারা কুন্ড ঝরনা). The waterfall has a beautiful basin underneath with pristine green water that was slightly colder. The waterfall was dropping directly on that basin. And it doesn't have any space at the front side (blocked by a small mound). That's why it is not possible to get a full view of the waterfall from the front (or any places).
Once upon a time, this area was having a lot of wild deers. However, by the grace of our greedy human nature, they have almost been vanished. During that golden era, lot of deers used to come here near the basin to drink water. This basin was always filled with water regardless the season. And the deers used to slack their thirst from here. And we shameless human used to hunt them from here. That's why the name of the waterfall is Horinmara Kundo Waterfall (হরিনমারা কুন্ড ঝরনা) or Horinkundo Waterfall (হরিনকুন্ড ঝরনা).)  => Array ( [name] => Kasing Waterfall [post_id] => 22477 [post_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/places/kasing-waterfall/ [thumb_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/toiduchhori-jhorna-kasing-toidu-1-300x225.jpg [post_content] => After enjoying the second step/lower falls of bewitching Toiduchara Waterfall (তৈদুছড়ি ঝরনা), you can pass through an adventurous cliff and reach at the first step/upper falls of the Toiduchara Waterfall. This is known as Toiduchhori Jhorna-2 (তৈদুছড়ি ঝরনা-২) to us, and Kasing Jhorna (কাসিং ঝরনা) to the local Tripura (ত্রিপুরা) tribe. The height of this waterfall is slight bigger than the previous one. But to my judgement, previous one was more delicate than this one. Water of this Kasing Jhorna falls over a 'stair like' place beneath the waterfall and splashs all around. It was over 4:00 at the afternoon when we were wandering around the waterfall. )  => Array ( [name] => Toiduchara Waterfall [post_id] => 1606 [post_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/places/toiduchara-waterfall-2/ [thumb_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/toidu-chhora-jhorna-dighinala-1-300x225.jpg [post_content] =>
Toiduchara is the most beautiful waterfall in Bangladesh. It is also known as Shibchari Jharna. It is the largest waterfall of Khagrachhari, surrounded by green hills. You can enjoy natural beauty of this waterfall and it is an ideal place for photography and trekking. Actually there are two Waterfalls you can see here. It will take 30 minutes of walking distance from 1st waterfall to reach the 2nd one. It has been discovered few years ago.) )
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