Lamapara Khiang is located on the banks of river Bakkhali, 1 km south of Ramu Chaumuhani bus stand in Fatehkharkul union under Ramu municipality of Cox’s Bazar district. A prominent personality of Ramu, Mr. Thu Aung Giao Chowdhury built Khiang in the first decade of the 19th century. The second largest bronze Buddha statue of Bangladesh is placed here on a marble stage. You will be mesmerized by the architecture of this khyang made of barmatic wood. With the exception of Kutubdia, almost all the police stations in Cox’s Bazar district such type of khiang can be seen. Only In Ramu there are about 23 such khiangs, but the largest khiang in Haitopi is particularly noteworthy.
How to go:
There is, communication way available between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar by road. So you can reach Cox’s Bazar from Dhaka by bus. For your convenience the information of buses plying between dhaka and cox’s bazar is provided bellow:
- Green Line, Contact: 034162533
- Hanif Enterprise, Contact: 0341-64170
- Shyamoli Paribahan, Contact: 0443449934
- Sohag Paribahan, Contact: 0341-64361
- S Alam Transport, Contact: 034162902
- Shah Bahadur, Contact: 01678064880
- St. Martins, Contact: 01726520095
Air Conditioned: TK 1500 / –
Non AC : TK. 700 / –
From Cox’s Bazar you can go by local vehicles and reach this spot. Lamapara Khiang is located on the banks of river Bakkhali, 1 km south of Ramu Chaumuhani bus stand in Fatehkharkul union under Ramu municipality of Cox’s Bazar district
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