Cox’s Bazar

Cox’s Bazaar sea beach is the longest beach in the world. And this is definitely one of the biggest tourist attractions in the country. Located in Chittagong District, this sea beach faces the amazing waves of grand Bay of Bengal. Miles of golden sands, towering cliffs, surfing waves, rare conch shells, colorful pagodas, Buddhist temples and tribes and mouth-watering sea-food made Cox’s Bazar the tourist capital of Bangladesh. There’s a plenty of things to do in Cox’s Bazar. This is more than you can expect from a traditional sea beach.






About 32km south of Cox’s Bazar, Himchari is a delightful place for famous broken hills and waterfalls.



Inani beach is only half an hour’s drive from Cox’s Bazar. With the sea to the west and a background of steep hills to the east, this beach will mesmerize with its amazing view.


An island off the coast of Cox’s Bazar. It has an area of 268 square kilometers. Through the centre of the island and along the eastern coast line rises a range of low hills, 300 feet high; but the coast to the west and north is a lowlying treat, fringed by mangrove jungle. In the hills on the coast is built the shrine of Adinath, dedicated to siva. By its side on the same hill is Buddhist Pagoda.


This Buddhist village is about 16km away from Cox’s Bazar situated on the main road to Chittagong. There are monasteries, khyangs and pagodas with great religious importance which are rich in years old artifacts, scripts, relics etc. There’s a large bronze statue of Buddha measuring more than thirteen feet height. The people of this Buddhist village has their own charm for being delicate and peace-loving.
While shopping in Cox’s Bazar, your hands will be filled with bags full of tribal handicrafts, clothes, shell etc. within a moment. There are plenty of stores along the beach and in the town market filled with eye-catching items. You will forget when to stop.