Sajek is the largest union in Baghaichhari upazila of Rangamati district. It is called Rangamati Chand. The entire Rangamati is visible from here. It is a land of immense natural beauty. The BGB camp here and its surroundings are really charming. India is visible from here. 60 km from Baghaichhari upazila. Its location is far away. On the road from Baghaichari to Sajek, the road running over the huge mountains will be seen with immense beauty. Sajek is bordered by Tripura in India to the north, Langadu in Rangamati to the south, Mizoram in India to the east, Dighinala in Khagrachari to the west. Although Sajek is located in Rangamati district, its transportation facility is from Dighinala in Khagrachari. Sajek can be reached by boat from Rangamati via Kaptai and a long walk. Its distance from Khagrachari district headquarters is 70 km. And 49 km from Dighinala. 34 km from Baghaihat. From Khagrachari you have to go to Sajek via Dighinala Army Camp. Later, Baghaihat Police and Army Camp No. 10 will pass. From where you need to get the original permission to go to Sajek. Then the Kasalong Bridge, the 2 rivers joined to become the Kasalong River. Later Tiger Tila Army Post and Masalong Bazar. After crossing the market, you will reach the first village of Sajek, Ruilui Para, which has an altitude of 1800 feet. Its oldest population is Lusai. Pankua and Tripuras also live there. This neighborhood was established in 1885. Its head man is Lal Thanga Lusai. Sajek will reach from Ruilui Para in a short time. Sajek's BGB camp is the highest BGB camp in Bangladesh. Here is the helipad.
Sajek Valley, Dighinala - Sajek Road, Sajek, Bangladesh