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Monday, June 1, 2015

Cox's Bazar: The longest Sea Beach in the world






Cox's Bazar is the world's longest natural sandy sea beach and the most attractive tourist spots for Bangladesh. Every year lot's of local tourist & foreign tourist come here to spend their leisure in Cox's Bazar. The Cox's Bazar sandy beach is about 122 km in length.

Cox’s Bazar, mostly famous for its beautiful sea beach and the sunset. The sun set of the Cox’s Bazar sea beach is unbelievable. During evening Cox’s Bazar provides a unique opportunity to observe the beauty of sunset behind the waves. When the light of the sun fall down to the sand at sunset, it looks like the sand is not as if they were pearl!



How to go Cox's Bazar:

  • From Dhaka city (the capital of Bangladesh) and outside the Dhaka city you can easily reach Cox’s bazaar by bus. AC, non-AC, Express and non-stop services are available to principal towns and cities in Bangladesh. Ticket price range will be BDT 900-BDT1500.

  • The Rail Way Service is also available from Dhaka Kamlapur Rail Station and other cities in Bangladesh to Chittagong and then by bus or car to Cox's Bazar.

  • You can also go there by air. By air form Sahajalal International Airport, Dhaka or Shah Amanat International Airport, Chittagong, You can go directly to Cox’s Bazar Airport through several local airlines such as Bangladesh Airlines, GMG Airlines, Regent Airways and United Airways.
By Air it is 30 minutes journey from the domestic terminal of Shahjalal International Airport at Dhaka. one way fair range will be approximately BDT 3500 - BDT 7500.


Accommodation (where to stay):

Cox's Bazar is called the city of residential hotel. You will get a number of hotels and restaurants there with different budget. Most of the Cox's Bazar hotels accommodate superior account with
reasonable cost.

In Cox’s bazaar the luxurious tourist hotels are Seagull Hotel, Hotel Sea Palace, Hotel Coral Reef, Hotel Paradise, Hotel Mishuk, Hotel kollol, Hotel Sea Heart, Long Beach Hotel.



Main attractions in Cox’s Bazar:



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