Ramu Upazilar is an Upazila of Cox’s Bazar District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is located at 21.4583° North 92.1000° East. It is bounded by Chakaria and Cox’s bazar sadar on the north, Naikhongchhari and Ukhia on the south, Naikhongchhari on the east, Cox’s Bazar Sadar and the bay of bengal on the west. Ramu thana was turned into an upazila in 1983 during major administration decentralization in Bangladesh. Ramu was named after the royal Ramu dynasty of Arakan.
Area: 391.71 sq. km
Population (around): 170,000
Population Density: 428 per sq. km
Total Unions: 9
Total Mouzas: 39
Literacy rate: 21.3%
Govt. Primary Schools: 55
High Schools: 11
Hat Bazaars: Fakir Hat, Garjania Bazar, Joaria Nala Bazar, etc.
Main Crops: Paddy, potato, pulse, garlic, ginger, betel-nut, rubber, spices, and vegetables.