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Cox’s Bazar: Mother of Nature

When the name of Cox’s Bazar is called, instantly it feels like you hear the music of big waves. Cox’s Bazar is a city, a fishing port, and a tourist destination with the longest sea beach in the world. In addition to being the longest beach in the world, there are many more places to visit. The famous places of this district, which are diverse in different ethnic or ethnographic communities, are Kolatoli Beach, Laboni Beach, Himchhari, Sugandha Beach, Inani Beach, Marine Drive, St. Martin’s, Maheshkhali, Ramu Buddhist Monastery, Sonadia Island, Kutubdia, etc.

Cox’s Bazar beach

The 120 km long Cox’s Bazar sea beach is the world’s longest sea beach. Every year millions of tourists visit here from different parts of the world. The exciting feature of this long beach is that it has no mud; instead, all over it is white sandy. You will just lose yourself in front of this big sea beach. There are different entertainment options such as jet skis, speed boat rides, horse rides, etc.

Kalatali Beach

Kalatali Beach is another tourist attraction in Cox’s Bazar. It is located in Cox’s Bazar. Kalatali Beach has many more tourist facilities, including a variety of food restaurants. Walking on a moonlit night is especially exciting for people of all ages.

Sonadia Island

Sonadia Island is a beautiful island in Maheshkhali Upazila of Cox’s Bazar district. The area of ​​this island is about 9 sq km. Cox’s Bazar is about 15 km from the district headquarters. It is separated from Maheshkhali Island by a canal. Sonadia is a small coastal island opposite Cox’s Bazar. It is a paradise for birds. The beautiful western part of the island is famous for its sand and oysters.


Ramu Thana in Cox’s Bazar is famous for its Buddhist culture. This famous pagoda is located just 14 km away from Cox’s Bazar on the way to Dhaka. It is an important and sacred place for Buddhists. There are Buddhist temples, pagodas, Buddhist statues made of metal and bronze, Lal Singh with 13 small and large Buddhist statues, and a Buddhist monastery called Sada Singh. There is also a 13 feet high bronze Buddha statue which attracts a lot of tourists. Apart from this, there is an opportunity to see the life of rubber plantations, local Rakhine, and large communities in this area up close.

Shahpari Island

Shapuree Island / Shah Porir Dwip is located in the southernmost part of mainland of Bangladesh. It is a village in the Sabrang union of Teknaf Upazila in Cox’s Bazar. The distance from Teknaf to Shahpari Island is about 15 kilometers. Fishing and salt farming are the main occupations of the island population of only 40,000. The island has hats, markets, schools, madrasas, mosques, etc.

Nivrite Nishorgo Park

If you want to dedicate yourself to the confluence of Nivrite Nishorgo Park with blue water, green hills, and white clouds, you can visit Cox’s Bazar’s ‘Unknown Darjeeling.’ Nisarg Park is located on the river Matamuhuri in Surajpur Manikpur Union in Chakaria Upazila of Cox’s Bazar district. Stunning proximity of mountains and rivers here. While boating on the river, you can see various wild animals, waterfalls falling down the hills, and the chirping of various birds.

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