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Cox's Bazar Print E-mail

Cox's Bazar beach is said to have the world's longest unbroken clean sandy beach. The 120 km length of the beach always attracts tourists from different parts of the world because of its smooth and soft carpeting of silvery sand sloping gently into the clean blue water of the Bay of Bengal. 

Moheshkhali Print E-mail

Moheshkhali is an island off the coast of Cox's Bazar. It has an area of 268 Sq. km. Through the centre of the island and along the eastern coastline rises a range of low hills, about 100 meters high. 

Sonadia Print E-mail

Sonadia is a crescent shaped island off the Cox's Bazar coast. The area of the island is about 9 sq. km. Its western coast is sandy and is rich in different kinds of shells. At the northern part of the island, there are beds of windowpane oysters. 

Himchhari Print E-mail

It is located 18 km south of Cox's Bazar, along the beach. The broken hills and waterfalls here are unique. There is a hilltop resort from where the shore of the Bay of Bengal looks enchanting. 

Teknaf Print E-mail

Teknaf is the southernmost upazila of Cox's Bazar district as well as Bangladesh. It is a small township on the Naf river at the end of the hilly region. It is an amazing place facing the green hills of Myanmar across the Naf river. 

St. Martin's Island Print E-mail

St. Martin's island is a beautiful coral island under Teknaf upazila. Local people call it Narikel Zinjira. It is also called the 'beauty spot of the Bay'. The 13 island is a tropical treasure, situated 17 km away from Teknaf, with beaches fringed with coconut palms, seashells and bountiful marine life. 

Kuakata Print E-mail

It is a rare beauty spot at the southernmost tip of Patuakhali district. It has a wide sandy beach which affords one the unique opportunity of watching both the sunrise and the sunset. 

Jaintapur Print E-mail

Jaintapur is Famous for its megalithic remains. It is located 40 km north of Sylhet town on the Sylhet - Shillong road and at the foot of the Jainta Hills. Jaintapur was the capital of an ancient kingdom, which included the Khasia and Jaintia Hills, and the plains of Jainta. 

Srimongal, Tamabil, Jaflong Print E-mail

About 80 km from Sylhet town and connected by road and rail, Srimongal, is known as the tea capital of Bangladesh. A visit to a tea plantation in Srimongal is a memorable experience.

Madhabkunda Print E-mail

Madhabkunda is surrounded by lush tea estates and is full of water lilies. There make an enchanting combination with the largest waterfall in Bangladesh. Every year thousands of tourists are drawn to Madhabkunda because of its natural beauty, especially in winter (Nov-Feb), when they may come for picnics or longer pleasure trips.