Ramu is known for monasteries, temples, and various Buddhist statues and images. The most important sightseeing attraction of the place is a beautiful Buddhist Temple near Bakkhali on the Tiger canal. Various Buddhist relics and Burmese handicrafts are available here. The Rangkut Bonasram Buddha Bihar is the oldest temple in the area and is said to have been set up in 338 BC. The 100-feet golden-colored reclining statue of Lord Buddha, located at the Vimukti Bibeshan Bhabna Kendra Temple is considered to be the world’s third-largest Buddha statue. Two other attractions of the place are coconut garden and rubber garden. The coconut garden with one million trees over 200 acres is one of the largest coconut gardens in South Asia.
Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar are linked by road. You can take a bus from Dhaka to reach Cox’s Bazar. You can go Cox Bazar bus service, private car and air.