Cox's Bazar, world's longest sea beach

Cox's Bazar Sea Beach


Cox's Bazar Sea Beach is the world's longest unbound beach and one of the most beautiful beaches on this earth. This beach with a length of 120 km is characteristic of the whole sea beach, sandy; you will not find any mud. Many species of coral-rich, luxurious hotels and motels, famous Burmese markets are available here for you.




Cox Bazar beach is a charming and beautiful sea beach.Periods change its appearance every day. There are no seasons like winter-monsoon-spring-summer; the emergence of the beach is similar. So, for the country-foreign tourists, Captain Cox's beach is so much appreciated.

Cox Bazar sea beach



History of Cox's Bazar: From the beginning of ninth century onward, in 1616, until the acquisition of Mughal, Cox's Bazar and several parts of Chittagong were included in the kingdom of Arakan. Later the Mughals took over. The Mughal Emperor Shah Shuja was impressed with the beauty of this area while hiking the hill and ordered to set up a camp here. The place where Chakaria was sitting on its thousands of couch fields, the area is known as Dulahajara. Note that the Dulahajara mean thousands of Palanquin.

Cox Bazar Beach



After the issuance of the British East India CompanyOrdinance-1773, Lord Warrent was the Governor of Bengal. Then the Director General of Cox's Bazar area took over the responsibility of Officer Hiram Cox. He did the work to resolve disputes between the tribes. After his death, he created a market in this area and named it Cox's market. From now on it is known as a district of Cox's Bazar.

Cox Bazar beach is one of the important parts of Bangladesh's tourism industries. The famous tourist points are:



Himchori
Himchori
Himchori: About 10 kilometers South from Cox's Bazar, is one of the natural beauty of this area. There are several natural fountains on the way to Himchari. Marine Drive from the city of Cox Bazar, through the sea and the hills on the road are amazing. There is a picnic spot made at the initiative of the South Forest Department of Cox Bazar. Every day thousands of tourists can enjoy the views of the sea and the mountains by traveling there.

Himchori Cox's Bazar
Beautiful Himchori
After climbing the hill, you will see a vast sea lost in the blue horizon floating in front of the eyes. The frosty fountains of Himchori Cox's Bazar hills are quite amazing. Small fountains are falling in the minds of the mountains going towards the sea. For those who love to cheer with friends, can travel by open jeep from Cox's Bazar to Himchari.

If you look at the whole side, you will feel like going into the country in a dream. This could be the best experience in your life. And those who want to take a little quiet, family or a wife, the rickshaw is the best vehicle for them.



Himchari
A small fountain in Himchori

There is a small but beautiful tourist center in Himchari. You will need a ticket to enter the Himchari national park. There are many rest houses on the hill. It has to climb up to 200 stairs. The pain will be forgotten in a moment when the entire sea beach of Cox's Bazar will be seen in a poll from the pinnacle of the mountain. There is a small fountain here. The fountain looks very beautiful, especially in the rainy season.

Inani Beach
Inani Beach
Inani beach: Inani Beach is one of the most beautiful, attractive and lightest beaches from Cox's Bazar to Teknaf. In a word, Inani is said to be the land of nature. From Inani Beach to Teknaf, its natural coral and rock are protecting the beach from the breakdown of the sea. Also, these stones made the beach more attractive. Inani Sea Beach located about 33 km south of Cox's Bazar city. Inani beach Cox Bazar is now decorated with beautiful coral reefs.

Stone and blue water rush in the sea beach. Here is a fantastic combination of the sounds of the ocean, the birds, and the mountainous fountain. 

There is a resort here called 'Inani Beach Resort.' If you wish, you can spend the night there.



Cox's Bazar Radar Station
Radar Station

Radar Station: It is located on the southern side of the Hilltop Circuit House. From here onwards, storms, cyclones, and bores are predicted nationwide.The radar device was established in collaboration with the Swedish Children's Welfare Association and the Red Crescent Society in 1968. Later, with the financial support of the Japanese government, it was upgraded.


Badar Mokam: Badar Mokam Mosque is the oldest mosque in the city. The mosque is located on the south bank of the Bakkhali river and beside of CoxBazar Sadar Thana.

Hilltop Circuit House: Hilltop Circuit House location in the beautiful setting of the mountain south of the district council building. For a while, it will feel like you are in Darjeeling. It is possible to observe the preview of the waves of the Bay of Bengal and the top view of the tourism city.

Lighthouse
Light House
Lighthouse: Its position on the other side of a hill in the south of the radar station. Ships and other vessels operating in the deep sea through the lights house get guidance. 


Hatchery zone: Position of the Kalatoli hatchery (shrimp baby production and sale center) in the south from the Atomic Energy Commission.By collecting mother shrimp from the deep sea, the production, and marketing of the baby (Pona) at the scheduled time through nursing. 


CoxBazar Hatchery: The Government Shrimp Breeding Center is located in the west of the main road to the north side of the old sea beach. Here shrimp pona (baby) is produced by the scientific method.

Pagora(Jadi): After the conquest of Arakan in 1790, the Rakhine community built it in different areas of Cox's Bazar. They call it a memorial. Such pagodas are seen in the hills of CoxBazar Sadar, Ramu, and Teknaf or on the high hill.



Aggomedha Buddhist Kang: Coxs Bazar headquarters has more than 7 Buddhist Kangas. Aggamedhas Kang and Mahsingdogikang are the biggest. It is just like seeing the Buddhist statues set up. Religious festivals of Buddhists are celebrated at Buddhist Purnima, Prabarna Purnima, and Bishuv festival Kang.


Cox Bazar


Shootki (dry fish) export and processing area: There are several exporting and processing companies in the entire sector. Take a look and see how the dry fishes are being processed.

Fish landing station: Fisheries derived from the Bay of Bengal are brought down here. From here the fish is supplied to other parts of the country or processing center. It is also known as Fisheries Ghat. Located on the banks of Bankkhali River, the principal place of fish in Coxs Bazar.


Salt production and processing area: There are 85% salt production, processing, and marketing of Bangladesh's demand from Islampur, the Naptikhali area. Bangladeshi salt sales and marketing companies collect salt from here. Its location is 35 kilometers away from the city of Coxs Bazar.

Cox's Bazar Burmese Market
Burmese Market
Burmese Market Cox Bazar: Various handicrafts and monogamous shops organized by Rakhain ladies. The position of these stores/market is mostly on East Bazaraghata.
Dulahazra Safari Park
Safari Park Lake

Dulahazra Safari Park: The Safari park is on the east side of Chittagong-Coxs Bazar highway in Chakaria Upazila of Cox's Bazar district. It is 50 km away from Cox's Bazar district headquarter and 10 km south of Chakaria Sadar. 


Dulahazra Safari Park Cox's Bazar
Hippos in the park

Geologically, this region is comprised of the Tauriciary Period of the Pliocene period, which was formed 25 million years ago. It belongs to the Dupitilla series which is made of sandstone's, silt-stones' and salons. You will find a beautifully decorated, secluded, high-rise elevation, lakes, several rooftops, lots of trees, herbal plants in the park. Tigers, lions and other animals live in the natural environment inside the inner enclosure.

Artificial lake: There are two artificial lakes for wildlife drinking water inside Dulahazara Safari Park. Riding on the back of the elephant, besides the lake will give you an outstanding feeling. You will see numerous guest birds and aquatic birds also.


Ramkot Tirthadham: It is situated at the top of the hill on the side of Ramkot Banasram. Founded in 901 Bangla years. It is said that Ram-Sita stayed in Ramkot during the Banawas (living in the jungle). There is also a small Buddhist statue in the Buddhist monastery as well as a Buddhist monastery alongside the holy shrine. It is reported that this figure was established in the time of Emperor Ashoka as a proof of peace alongside two religions.

Ramu Rubber gardens: Ramu Rubber garden is an incredible natural beauty of this area. The largest rubber gardens in Cox's Bazar district, or Bangladesh, are located in the plan of  28886 acres of Bangladesh Forest Development Corporation. 

Ramu Rubber Garden
Ramu Rubber Garden
Naikhangchhari Lake and Hanging Bridge: This is a natural water body. A fantastic combination of natural beauty at the foot of the hill. Here is a hanging bridge; you can cross the lake by using the bridge. Naikhangchhari Upazila is 28 km away from CoxsBazar.

Isolated coconut gardens: It is situated at a distance of 5 km from Ramu Choumuhani, in the pleasant surroundings of Rajarakul hills, at 250 acres of land. The garden is divided into 'A' and 'B' blocks. Each block has four sub-blocks. There are about ten thousand coconut trees in the backyard.



Mathin's well
Mathin's Well
Mathin's coup (well):  It is the silent witness of Mathin's insatiable love story. It is located on the premises of Teknaf Thana. Distinguished journalist Abdul Kuddus Rana took the initiative to renovate the well in 1994. Later it was reformed from the district council. Now the well is beautiful to see. There is a brief history of love written in the well.


Naf River
Beautiful Naf River

Naf River: After the BDR check post in the Teknaf town, the view of the Naf River from the mountain peak looks stunning. The Burma (Myanmar) border on the other side of the River is visible. 
Naf river
Naf River

Shahpori Island: The name of a village of Sabrang union previously it was an isolated island, it became associated with the mainland over time. The distance of the Upazila headquarters is about 10 miles.
Saint Martin Island Bangladesh
Saint Martin Island

Saint Martin Island: A coral island in the north-eastern part of the Bay of Bengal. It is located about 9 kilometers south of Teknaf of CoxsBazar district and 8 km west of Myanmar coast at the mouth of the Naf River. Coconut is available here, that's why it is also known locally as Narikel (coconut) Jin Zira. Sent Martin Island is about 8 square kilometers. 


The island is approximately 5.63 kilometers long in the north and south.The width of the island is somewhere 700 meters and somewhere 200 meters.The average height of St. Martin's Island from the sea level is 3.6 meters.On the isle of Saint Martin, there are about 66 species of coral reefs, 187 species of snail, 153 species of marine algae, 157 species of mutant plants, 240 species of marine fish, four species of amphibians and 120 species of birds.


Saint Martin Bangladesh
Saint Martin Island

Locally known as Pejala or Algie is found in a variety of seaweed in the St Martin Island. These are different species, but Red Algie is the most popular worldwide. There are also 19 species of mammal species of species. Invertebrates include sponges, crabs, etc.The fish includes fairy fish, butterfly fish, bowl coral, Ranga Koi, Sui fish, red fish, flying fish, etc.
Sent Martin
Saint Martin Island

There are plenty of Kewra trees on the south side of the island. There are some mangrove trees on the south. Other plants include Shewra, Sagarlata, Bain tree, etc. Hundreds of years ago the settlement started here. Currently, there are more than seven thousand people living here. The population of the St.Martin's island is overgrowing. The primary occupation of the inhabitants is fishing.

Every year thousands of tourists from all over the world come to visit here. They enjoy the natural environment of Saint. Martin's island. Some visitors think that St Martin Bangladesh is one of the best islands in the world.




Adinath temple: Adinath Temple is located in Maheshkhali Upazila. It is the temple of Mahadev. Adinath temple Moheshkhali is situated on the top of the local Maineak hill. Its height from the sea level is 85.3 meters. 



Adinath Temple
Adinath Temple

There are 69 stairs to go from land to this temple. The temple of Ashtavuza Durga is located inside this temple. The temple's length is 10.50 meters, width is 9.75 meters, and height is 6 meters.

The entrance of the temple is bow-shaped. There were two entry paths north and south. It has now been lifted from the brick barrel. But there are two windows on the east wall. On the south wall, there are niches.There is a dome above the east-west chamber.

Adinath Temple
Adinath Temple

On top of the dome, there are a lotus, Kalas-Chura, and cycles. Its octagonal pillars have cauliflower, herbivorous design. The internal wall is 1.05 m, and outside wall is 0.60 m. Its northern chamber is ancient. The other two rooms (East and West) were created later. In the first part of the north, there are two square-shaped worship places. Its area is 3.35 square meters. Adinath Bartlinga Sivamurti is in the east. And in the western chamber, there is the octagonal fortress.


At present, there is a mosque and a Rakhine Buddhist monastery in this temple complex. So many people consider the temple as a symbol of non-communal spirit. Thousands of visitors visit this temple every year on the occasion of Shiva Chaturshi. On this occasion 10/15 days long fair held.

Sonadia Island
Sonadia Island


Sonadia Island: Sonadia is a small sand island located on the southwest of Maheshkhali. Its distance from CoxsBazar Sadar is 4 miles. Historians call it Sonali Island. Every year there are crowds of thousands of birds gathered in the winter season, so it is also the cemetery of guest birds. Thousands of tons of dry fishes are exported from this island every year.


Sonadia Island
Sonadia Island

Conclusion: As you already know, Cox's Bazar is the world's longest beach. You will see thousands of species of biodiversity on the 120 kilometers long beach.Thousands of tourists look at the bright sunshine, on a sunny day. Let's go to Cox's Bazar.

Comments

  1. Lovely-the pictures of the beaches especially. Would love to see these sights someday.

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    1. As this is the world's longest sea beach on the earth, so you should visit Cox's Bazar before die.

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  2. Nice pictures and your blog is very informative about this beach.

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  3. Thanks for sharing this insight!,it is wonderful to be able to see such a beautiful place that I will probably never get a chance to visit!

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  4. Wow! Amazing photos. It looks beautiful. I love experiencing fabulous travel destinations through other people's eyes!

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  5. Amazing photographs! This is now on my bucket list of places to visit!

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  6. Beautiful photos! Thanks for all the tips and information about this area!

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  7. Amazing photogrphy

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  8. Such a wonderful place!Probably never get a chance to visit!

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  9. Beautiful photos, and beautiful beach!! I would absolutely love to visit. Makes me feel like I'm there. :) - Shelby Gottschalk

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  10. Goodness gracious it's absolutely beautiful there! I can see why you've added this to your list of things to do before you die. I've shared this on Twitter and Pinterest.

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  11. Very beautiful post, thanks for sharing!

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  12. Beaches are my weakness.
    Great article with detailed description of the place.

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  13. Nice article.. on different side of places.

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  14. I haven't heard of this place before. It looks beautiful. A place one should visit.

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  15. Very beautiful post!Great article with detailed description of the place.

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    1. Many many thanks, keep reading our articles.

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  16. Your photos of the beach and the various attractions along its length are really beautiful and well done. Great work - would definitely like to see this in person someday!

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  17. I never heard of this place before, but it looks good. I love the photos!

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    1. It is the world's longest sea beach. You should visit before die.

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  18. WOW! These places are so beautiful!

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  19. Love these beautiful photographs you have shared with us!!! It all looks absolutely beautiful to visit !!! Shell

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  20. Bangladesh is so close to India but I knew such beautiful place were there. I am totally in love with Himchori and Inani beach. would love to visit some day.

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  21. Bangladesh is beautiful. I loved reading about Bangladesh. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Looks like a really beautiful country.

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  23. So many beautiful places! Cox's Bazar Sea Beach is simply amazing!Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Wow 120km long beach!😲 The surrounding area seems very intressting to! Hopefully I get to walk on that beach on day or visit one of those temples or market!

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  25. Wow this is one for the bucket list :)

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  26. Beautiful pictures !! Would love to go here

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  27. I love to see all of these place. I think it is so exciting to see different places like this.

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  28. Imagine having the title as the worlds longest sea beach that is quite an achievement. Really like the look of Himchori on the way to Marine drive it is so stunning x

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  29. Wow! I would love to go here with my cousins! We love beach, and if this the longest sea beach, then we will rock this. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. All the pictures of the beach are so beautiful. I haven't been to Bangladesh, but I'd love to visit someday and then also visit this beach. Thanks for sharing all the detailed information.

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  31. You have shared such beautiful pics of the beach. I am definitely looking forward to visit it someday. :)

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  32. Wow those are great tips for the Beach and Bangladesch. Thanks for sharing, will definitely keeo them in my notes! :)

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  33. I have officially put Bangladesh on my bucket list of places i want to visit. This post must have taken you ages, you've put so much information in it and the photos are lovely, especially of the beach.

    The Dulahazra Safari Park sounds lovely too, something i'd definitely consider visiting. I have always wanted to visit a Safari Park.

    Thank you for such a lovely post, i will definitely refer back to it if i ever make it to Bangladesh.

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  34. Oh my . Bangladesh is beautiful and it looks like fun . I'll have to add that to my list of places to go

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  35. Really cannot get any of this place. Wish I can but I don't think it is possible in near future. But I like the blog.You should make it shorter.

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  36. I know SO little about this part of the world. Great history lesson + gorgeous pics. Now I'm dying to visit!

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  37. What stunning pictures. It's such a beautiful way to learn about this area.

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  38. Wow, these are beautiful, Wanna rush tight now to visit this serenity. Thanks for making us aware of the history as well!

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  39. Your pictures are beautiful! I hope to travel the world some day. I love how you broke down each place and added some of the history.

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  40. Such a beautiful and lovely pictures. Beaches is so wonderful looks like a paradise. If I wanted I want to go there in bangladesh. Great blog and detailed information.

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  41. This is marwellous. Didn't know about it before

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  42. My goodness what a stunning beach!

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  43. I've never heard of this beach but it is beautiful. The history behind it is very interesting as well and your stunning photos really helped to paint the picture.

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  44. I always admire Bangladesh for both the cricket and now for its travel. I just loved the destination. I'm from India and Bangladesh is too similar to India in travel destinations.

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  45. Those are some gorgeous scenery mixed with an interesting culture. It's great to discover new worlds.

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  46. These photos are magnifecent! I don't know why I've never considered Bangladesh as a place to visit. Thanks to this post, I will have to research it!

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  47. I could totally see myself relaxing on that beach! Those lounge chairs up to the water seem so luxurious!

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  48. Oh my goodness, these places look absolutely gorgeous, I'll have to put these places on my bucket list!

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  49. It has taken a while until I found out where the place is. Amazing spot on earth wonder why it is not know or advertised

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  50. So much natural beauty in one post, Saint Martin's island looks like my perfect kind of destination <3

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  51. It looks beautiful! Great photos and great research.

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  52. Stunning photos! This looks like such a beautiful place. Gorgeous beach and culture. Thank you for sharing.

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  53. Wow.. good to see someone actually write about Cox's Bazar. Had read about it in my Geography class.

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  54. My wife has lived in Bangladesh in the past and she has visited Cox's Bazaar and St.Martin's island. I have heard from her that they are really beautiful places. Hope to visit some day!

    - Indraneil

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  55. I like the beach photos.The small fountain in Himchori is beautifull

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  56. Bangladesh is now officially on my bucket list. I am dying to visit. I love the history behind it all. So interesting!

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  57. I've never heard of this beach before but oh my goodness - it's stunning! And the hippos are so cute haha. Thank you so much for sharing xx

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  58. Wow! This is so wonderful place. I would always love to visit Bangladesh because of these sites. So amazing!

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  59. It's my neighbouring country and it's simply stunning! However never got the chance to visit but hopefully soon!

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  60. Wow, these photos are so pretty! I've never heard anything about this beach till now. Thanks for sharing!

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  61. This post is so informative and beautiful! I'm a history junkie!! I learned a lot of things thru it!! Thank you!

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    1. I had heard lot about Cox's Bazar Sea Beach so excitedly read your pictorial blog post. Fascinating. Thanks for sharing.

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  62. Incredible place, this is included in my bucket list from now. Thank you for sharing :)

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  63. Wow this place is one of the best of God's creations that I've seen, I love the abundancy of nature, the Cox's Bazar Sea beach is nontheless very beautiful. If I'm going there one day I'm surely going to visit Adinath Temple and the Saint Martin Island.

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  64. i would loved to visit there very beautiful beach and pictures

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  65. Nice pictures and informative post. Worth reading. Thanks for the information.

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  66. The beaches look like a beautiful place to sit and watch my girls have a paddle. They look very safe and calm. I love that you put in the 200 steps to the top for the views...these climbs always worry me but I have to agree that once you are at the top it doesn't seem that bad.
    I also loved the pictures of the wildlife around the areas...I would love to see hippos one day up close. There is so much to do in this area that I think it would be a brilliant place for the whole family!

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