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and ground handler in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Since the year 2001 as an incoming
tour company in Bangladesh, we have been serving to our valued clients
with a nice reputation. Regularly we are operating several guided tours
in & outside of Bangladesh. We have an expert multilingual team &
modern logistics for providing you a world class tourism service in Bangladesh.
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from UK, USA, Canada, Countries of European Union, Australia, New Zealand,
Japan, Korea and China choose us as their counterpart. As a result we
handle a large number of foreign tourists every year. Also we are serving
to some foreign organizations, multinational companies, corporate offices,
NGOs and so many foreign & local tourists. All these make us well
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Main Tourist Attraction of Bangladesh - Cox's Bazaar Beach & Islands
Attractions of Cox’s Bazar, Tourist Capital of Bangladesh: Cox's Bazaar is called the tourist capital of Bangladesh, the world's
longest unbroken (120km) beach sloping gently down to the blue waters of the
Bay of Bengal, against the picturesque background of a chain of hill covered
with deep green forests, It is located at a distance of 415 km south-east from
Dhaka and 145 km south of Chittagong city. From Dhaka and Chittagong, Cox's
Bazaar is connected both by air and road. It is considered as the most attractive
tourist spot of Bangladesh and full of tourist facilities. Miles of golden sands,
surfing waves, towering cliffs, rare conch shells, colorful pagodas, Buddhist
temples and tribes, delightful seafood, early morning fish market will attract
any local or foreign tourists. The products of Rakhyen tribal families are good
buys. Buddhist temples in Cox’s Bazar and Ramu are old pattern of Myanmar
Moheshkhali Hilsl, Salt Fields & Temples Island: Moheshkhali Island has an area of 268 square kilometers and only 6
km from Cox’s Bazaar. From the center to eastern coastline of this island
rises a range of low hills an average height of 300 feet and the coast to the
west and north is a low-lying treat, fringed by mangrove jungle. Adinath temple,
dedicated to Hindu god Siva and a Buddhist Pagoda built in the hills on the
coast. Mangrove forests, hilly areas, salt fields, live fishing & fishermen
lifestyle are main attraction of this island. It takes only half an hour to
reach here by speedboat from Kastura ghat in Cox’s Bazaar.
Sonadia Fishermen & Pink Pearls Island: From Kastura Ghat it takes half an hour to reach by speedboat. It is
occupy an area of about nine square kilometer; what is seven kilometer from
Cox's Bazar. Mainly fishermen’s island, during winter, fisherman set up
temporary camps on the island to dry sea fishes. Western part of the island
is sandy and different kinds of shells are found on the beach. There are beds
of windowpane oysters are seen at the northern part of Sonadia Island. Once
it was renowned for pink pearls.
Aggameda Khyang (Buddhist Temple):
Aggamedha Khyang is a wooden decorated Buddhist monastery age of around four
hundred years, located at the eastern end of cox’s Bazar town, represents
the Burmese style architecture. Its main sanctuary is built around massive timber
columns and floors are made by teak. Maha Thin Daw Gree is another vast spread
Buddhist structures just adjacent of Aggamedha Khyang.
Ramu & Lamapara Buddhist Temples:
Ramu is located 16 km east of Cox’s Bazaar town, just on the Chittagong
road. Ramu and Lamapara are specially famous for Buddhist Khyangs (temples).
These khyangs are containing images of Buddha in bronze, silver and gold, and
inlaid with precious and semi-precious stones. The Burmese Bara Khyang in Lamapara
has the country’s largest bronze Buddha statue.
Himchori and Inani Beach (Special Zone for Foreigners): Himchori is famous for waterfall located at 18km from Cox’s Bazar
on marine drive. Inani beach is located at 24 km from Cox’s Bazar also
on marine drive famous for the rock and coral boulders. This area is already
declared as an exclusive zone for foreign tourists.
Teknaf, The southernmost tip of Bangladesh: Teknaf is the southernmost tip of Bangladesh situate on the bank of
river Naf and the Bay of Bengal. By road, it is 84 km from Cox’s Bazaar.
The Naf River is the border with Bangladesh and Myanmar. It is a town of real
natural beauty with hills, forest, the Naf River and beach of the Bay of Bengal.
Lots of Salt fields are seen here.
St. Martins Island – The Only Coral Island of Bangladesh:
From Teknaf by availing sea truck at everyday morning 10am can reach in St.
Martins Island, this cruise takes 2 and half hours of time. The dumb- bell shaped
St. Martin's has an area of only eight sq. km and the only coral island of Bangladesh
where you will find live corals. The island also provides nesting ground for
turtles. Quality hotels, motels, resorts, guesthouses and restaurants will meet
up your lodging and feeing needs but there is no motor vehicle here. Better
to book your accommodation before you go to visit this beautiful Island.
Cheera-Deep (A Separate Island): Cheera-deep situated at the south-east of St. Martine. Actually it
is a part of St. Martins Island but divided during high tide. By walking, local
motorboat or tourist boat tourists can go there. Live and dead Corals will find
all over the Island. People do not live in this Island, tourists should go there
early and come back by afternoon.