Trip to Bangladesh in November 2019
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NgafaKhong ঙাফাখোং (Native Marma term) orNafa-khum - to non nasal sound people (Bengali: নাফাখুম) is a waterfall in Bangladesh on the Remaikree River, a tributory of Regrekhyong/Sangu river. It is among the largest waterfalls in the country by volume of water falling. The wild hilly Remaikree river suddenly falls down here about 25–30 feet.
The word Ngafa (ঙাফা) in Native Marma language means Baghair fish/ Dwarf goonch and "Khong" means "Ground". A special type of flying fish, whose local name is nating, is found at the bottom in a small cave as they swim against the stream but cannot jump over the height of the fall.
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