See why people keep coming back to the world’s second longest unbroken sea beach. This beach is a magnet for Bangladeshi and international tourists, thanks to its golden sand, gorgeous natural views and cultural charm. The beach is surrounded by massive cliffs, a lush hillside and a forest that attracts a number of migratory birds. Relax on the sand with a green coconut or wade through the fun waves. There’s tons nearby. Explore the many restaurants and markets nearby for fresh seafood and other delicacies.
Thanks to its growing popularity, there are a number of ways to get there. Travel by air or road from the port city of Chittagong, which is 150 km North, or Dhaka, the country’s capital, a much farther 300 km North. Convenient non-stop flights are offered daily from either city via United Airways or Regent. Take a chartered bus from either city. The ride from Chittagong takes 4-5 hours and the ride from Dhaka takes 10-12 hours. Local buses also head to Cox’s Bazar from Chittagong. Once you get to this lovely spot, you’ll forget all about the voyage there. North Americans, Europeans, Australians and travelers from around the globe can easily get flights to Dhaka from where they can continue their journey to Cox’s Bazar