76 Experiences You Can Only Have from Living in Chittagong

Wonder Sonder

Every once in a while, we are moved to remember the city of our youth, and in that regard, my reverence for Chittagong, although put on trial by the inhumane urban planning mechanisms currently at play in the city, has remained constant over the years. Of course, I am biased, but then who isn’t, when it comes to the place they grew up, if they were (un)lucky enough to even grow up in a sprawling metropolis.

In my lifetime, the city has started to expand and lose some of the most unique features about it, which have long distinguished it architecturally from neighboring Cox’s Bazar, Dhaka, Comilla, or even elsewhere. But the most significant development in recent years is haphazard construction, and most of it, illegally construed. Yet, I reckon that if you’re interested in experiencing one of the lost strongholds of culture, alongside the largest hub of a diverse group…

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