Cox’s Bazar is one of the notable district for tourism place. Cox’s Bazar has world’s longest uninterrupted natural sandy sea beaches. Check the tourist places to visit in Cox’s Bazar.
Laboni Beach: This is one of the main beach in Cox’s Bazar. Most of the tourists from Bangladesh and abroad visit this beach when they visit Cox’s Bazar.
Kolatoli beach: This is another beach in Cox’s Bazar. This is also a renown beach just like Laboni Beach.
Inani Beach: Inani Beach located in Ukhia area of Cox’s Bazar. The distance of this beach from Cox’s Bazar is about 31 km. This beach is much clear and calm with blue sea water.
Himchari: Himchari is widely popular for its waterfall. It’s located just 12 km away from Cox’s Bazar.
Teknaf: It’s a sub-district or upazila of Cox’s Bazar and famous of sea beach.
Saint Martin Island: Saint Marin is the only coral island in Bangladesh. This island is also known as Daruchini Dip or Narikel Jinjera.
Chera dwip: Chhera Dwip is also known as Chhera island or Cheradia Island. It is an extension of Saint Martin Island which is divided by sea during tides.
Aggmeda Khyang Monastery: Aggmeda Khyang Monastery is a large Buddhist monastery which is revered by around 400,000 Buddhist people of Cox’s Bazar.
Dulahazara Safari Park: This is the first safari park in Bangladeshlocated in Cox’s Bazar. This is located in Dulahazra Union of Cox’s Bazar.
Maheshkhali Island: Maheshkhali is an subdistrict or upazila of Cox’s Bazar. It is located in the Bay of Bengal, off the coast of Cox’s Bazar.
Sonadia dip (Sonadia Island): Sonadia Island is a small island of about 9 square kilometers which is located in offshore of the Cox’s Bazar.
Radar Station: Radar station is located in Cox’s Bazar and it is being used forecasting signal to sea boats and ships of Bay of Bengal about weather.
Ramu Buddhist Temple: Ramu is famous for a Buddhist temple. The name of the temple is Rankut Bonasram Buddho Bihar. Ramu is another subdistrict of Cox’s Bazar.