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Kolatoli Beach

Kolatoli Beach

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Kolatoli beach is another attractive beach for the tourist. Every year different ages people come here to take the real taste of taking sea-bath. Vistor’s can taking sea bath, driving sea ski boat, can take fresh and apealing various kind of sea foods. Walking beside the sea shore on moonlit night is always pleasent for all aged tourist. A slow paced life – most work happens in the morning and evening, whereas midday is reserved for drying rice and fish. During the day time, some villagers sells coconuts while others sitting in the shade and chewing paan (battle leaf).

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Laboni Beach

Laboni Beach

laboni-beachadLaboni Beach is the main beach of Cox’s Bazar. At here we can easily enjoy the scenic beauty of Bay of Bengal. Its a place for enjoyment, many people come here including the foreigners. The beach is well appreciated during sunsets and sunrise, where people can witness the sea as it changes its colors twice in a day.Visitors can sunbathe, surf, jog, cycle, and swim. It is best for swimming and relaxation.Close to the beach, there are a lot of small shops selling souvenirs, locally made cigars & beauty products (sandal wood based), handmade clothes, bed sheets, dresses, shoes and beach accessories to the tourists.It is a nice place for our tourism.
So, come &lets enjoy the beauty of Laboni Beach.

Inani Beach

Inani Beach

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Inani Beach (also Enani Beach) is an 18-kilometre-long (11 mi) sea beach in Ukhia Upazila of Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh.[1] It has a lot of coral stone. This coral stones look green and live in summer or in rainy season.

Inani Beach is within Ukhia Thana, 35 km. to the south of Cox’s Bazar. Continue reading “Inani Beach”

Kuakata

Kuakata

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Kuakata (Bengali: কুয়াকাটা) is a town known for its panoramic sea beach.[1][2] It is located in south-eastern Bangladesh, and is the number two tourist destination in the country. Kuakata beach is a sandy expanse 18 kilometres (11 mi) long and 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) wide.[3] From the beach one can have an unobstructed view of both sunrise and sunset over the Bay of Bengal.[1] Continue reading “Kuakata”

Parki beach

Parki beach
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Parki beach is situated in Gahira, Anwara thana under southern Chittagong region. The beach lies about 28 km. away from Chittagong city. As the beach is situated at the Karnaphuli river channel, visitors can view both the Karnaphuli river and the sea together. Tourists enjoy the views of big ships anchored at the outer anchor, fishermen catching fish in sea, sunset, various coloured crabs at the beach, and quiet environment. In picnic season, many visitors come to the beach.
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Location and transportation
Parki beach lies at Karnaphuli river channel, which is about 8 km. from Anwara thana and 28 parki_beach_bangladeshinformation-info_km. away in the southern part of Chittagong city. This sandy beach is about 15 km. long and 300 – 350ft. wide with 20 km tamarisk forest created by the forest division. Anwara thana is 20 km from Chittagong. Anwara thana is connected by road with Chittagong – Cox’s Bazar highway and is accessible from all over Bangladesh including Dhaka city. The beach is located 8 km. away from the Chatri Choumuhoni point in this highway.
Parki beach is located at Gahira, Anwara thana within the southern region of Chittagong is about 8 km. from Anwara thana. The beach lies about 28 km away from southern part of Chittagong city. This beach is lies over the Karnaphuli river channel, hence the visitors can view both the Karnaphuli river and the sea together. Pakri beach is about 15 km long & 300 to 350 feet wide with 20 km tamarisk forest and about 17/18 km away from the Chittagong town.
Tourists enjoy the views of big ships anchored at the outer anchor, fishermen catching fish in Bay of Bengal, sunset, various coloured crabs at the beach, and quiet environment. In picnic season, many visitors come to the beach.

Patenga Beach

Patenga Beach
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The Patenga beach at Chittagong is one of the most popular beaches of Bangladesh, stretching for miles near at the meeting place of the Bay of Bengal and the river Karnaphuli. Nature lovers come around here to enjoy the scenic beach area to gateway from busy city life and breathe in fresh air.
Patenga (Bengali: পতেঙ্গা) is a sea beach located 14 kilometres south of the port city of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is near the mouth of the Karnaphuli River. Patenga beach is one of the most popular beaches of Bangladesh, stretching for miles near at the meeting place of the Bay of Bengal and the river Karnaphuli. Nature lovers come around here to enjoy the scenic beach area to gateway from busy city life and breath in fresh air.
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St. Martin’s Island

St. Martin’s Island

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If you are done partying in Cox’s Bazar, St. Martin’s Island is the right place to calm down your soul. This coral island is about 10km (6mi) south-west of the southern tip of the mainland is a tropical cliché, with beaches fringed with coconut palms and bountiful marine life. This island has the most amazing blue water. Far from the maddening crowd, the serenity in this island will help your meditate and purify your soul. This air is so fresh and soothing. And the water is clearer than crystal. During any moonlight in St. Island you may end up deciding to stay in this island forever. And sea-foods here are not only delicious, but also abundant in variation. Continue reading “St. Martin’s Island”

Cox’s Bazar

COX’S BAZER

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Cox’s Bazar (Bengali: কক্সবাজার) is a town, a fishing port and district headquarters in Bangladesh. It is known for its wide sandy beach which is the world’s longest natural sandy sea beach. It is an unbroken 125 km sandy sea beach with a gentle slope. It is located 150 km south of the industrial port Chittagong. Cox’s Bazar is also known by the name “Panowa,” the literal translation of which means “yellow flower.” Its other old name was “Palongkee.” The modern Cox’s Bazar derives its name from Captain Hiram Cox (died 1799), an officer serving in British India. An officer of the British East India Company, Captain Cox was appointed Superintendent of Palongkee outpost after Warren Hastings became Governor of Bengal. Captain Cox was specially mobilised to deal with a century-long conflict between Arakan refugees and local Rakhains. The Captain was a compassionate soul and the plight of the people touched his heart. He embarked upon the mammoth task of rehabilitating refugees in the area and made significant progress. A premature death took Captain Cox in 1799 before he could finish his work. But the work he had done earned him a place in the hearts of the locals, and to commemorate his role in rehabilitation work a market was established and named after him Cox’s Bazar (“Cox’s Market”). Continue reading “Cox’s Bazar”

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