Top 10 Things to do in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

August 26, 2017 Velvet Champine

Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh, from Asia region, is best know for Beaches. Discover best things to do in Cox's Bazar with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Cox's Bazar

1. Cox's Bazar Beach

Bay of Bengal, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh +880 1820-713540
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4.5 based on 542 reviews

Cox's Bazar Beach

Reviewed By Suman Nazmul H - Chittagong City, Bangladesh

Cozsbazar beach on the South eastern Bangladesh is one of the longest of the World. stretching some 75 miles up to Teknaf the River Naaf on the Burma border. The beach has a smooth gentle slope. The breadth of the beach is around 200 meters and 400 meters on the high and low tide respectively. The sand is silvery and fine. The tides are gentle very much suitable for swimming. No shark activities reported.
There are a number of various hotels and resorts located on the beach. Coxsbazar airport is connected with Dhaka and Chittagong by regular flights.

2. Inani Beach

Ukhia Thana, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh +880 1715-093412
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4 based on 206 reviews

Inani Beach

Reviewed By skhanppsd - Dhaka City, Bangladesh

Inani Beach (also Enani Beach) is an 18-kilometre-long (11 mi) sea beach in Ukhia Upazila of Cox's Bazar District, Bangladesh. It is south of Cox's Bazar & distance is 25 km.
With green hills to the east, the golden beach of Inani casts a music spell on anyone stepping on to its fine golden sands. It has a lot of coral stones, which are very sharp. These coral stones look black and green, and they are found in summer or rainy season. Getting on the rock & coral boulders with the waves washing up on the shore around you, will be an extremely therapeutic experience. The clean blue waters of the Bay are ideal for swimming. It is considered the world's longest and broadest beach: 180m at high tide and 300m at low tide.

You can go to the spot via Auto rikshaw, CNG, Microbus, private or personal transports to enjoy about 30 minutes long drive. Alternatively, hire a jeep from Cox's Bazar to take you directly to Inani using the scenic beach route & enjoy.
If you want to stay overnight, Guest houses & hotels are available with food & beverages with affordable prices but book in advance. If not want to stay then take packed food & bottle water with you for lunch. Enjoy & drink green fresh coconut water to fill the thirst & energies the strength. When visiting Inani Beach, ensure you have camera along to capture the amazing sight of the sun setting & other attractions.
Sanitation facilities especially washroom & changing room near the seashore yet to be developed & it is in a plan for future.

3. Himchori

Marine Drive Road | 6 Km from the Kalatali Beach, Cox's Bazar 4730, Bangladesh +880 1841-416469
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3.5 based on 118 reviews

Himchori

Many attractions are for the tourists around Cox's Bazar. You can come Himchori to see it's Waterfall, this is famous for waterfall, though in the winter season it dwindles but during the rainy season it's really a fabulous and full waterfall can be enjoyed.

Reviewed By zamanwho - Dhaka City, Bangladesh

Himchori is about 9 km from Cox’s Bazar, you have to go there through the beautiful marine drive road, and it’s a half way to Inani beach. The Hills are situated in one side and sea on the other, which makes it really amazing. This is famous for its waterfall, though in the winter season it is almost disappeared but during the rainy season, full waterfall can be experienced. You can drop in for sometimes to see Himchori site on the way to Inani beach, so that you can cover both the attractions on the same day.

4. 100 Feet Buddha

Ramu, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
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3.5 based on 34 reviews

100 Feet Buddha

Reviewed By zamanwho - Dhaka City, Bangladesh

The100 feet Buddha is a golden coloured reclining statue is located at the Vimukti Bibeshan Bhabna Kendra temple in Ramu, which is situated about 10 km from Cox's Bazar. This is the largest Reclining Buddha statue in Bangladesh. The temple and its surrounding is a calm and peaceful place and many tourists visit this site everyday either to see the great statue or for the religious purpose. There is a token entrance fees charge by the authority. It’s a nice place to pay visit by the locals and tourists.

5. Cox's Bazar

Cox's Bazar 4700, Bangladesh
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4 based on 24 reviews

Cox's Bazar

Reviewed By NafeeTA - Dhaka City, Bangladesh

Wide spanning Beaches, with many to choose from, you;ll never get bored in this paradise of a place.

6. Sonadia Island

Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
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5 based on 5 reviews

Sonadia Island

Reviewed By One_Bangali - Dhaka City, Bangladesh

Sonadia Island is a beautiful island in Moheshkhali Upazila of Cox's Bazaar district. The area of the island is around 7 to 9 square kilometers. Located in the South-eastern part of Bangladesh, it is home to sea turtles; various exotic and rare bird species; and many conservationists who work tirelessly to save these species from extinction. There are sea Beaches on three sides of the island. This makes the island a very attractive site for camping, beach lovers, divers, nature photographers and fishing. Throughout the year you will be able to observe various kinds of colorful birds and rare species here. Sonadia Island is a place of immense natural beauty.

7. Mermaid Beach Resort

Pechardwip, Marine drive Road, Rabeta, Ramu, Cox's Bazar 4730, Bangladesh +880 1841-416469
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5 based on 5 reviews

Mermaid Beach Resort

Mermaid Beach invite you to join us in Cox's Bazar and experience intelligent luxury, slow food, and slow life close proximity to our beautiful beach.

Reviewed By RaihanUS - Dhaka City, Bangladesh

Set on a secluded portion of Cox's Bazar Beach and spread among grass-roofed bungalows, this laid-back resort is 5 km from Himchori Waterfall.
Understated bungalows, some featuring sea views, offer private Gardens, and terraces with hammocks, plus free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Room service is available.
Freebies include breakfast and loaner bikes. There's a seafood restaurant, which has an open-air Seating area overlooking the ocean.

8. Kana Raja's Cave

Patuar Tek, Zalia Palong, about 25km from the Laboni Point of the Cox’s Bazar Beach, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

Kana Raja's Cave

Reviewed By probirbidhan - Dhaka City, Bangladesh

I came to know about it only today! But now I am craving for visiting this historic site. I've learnt that it's left neglected by the authorities though situated near the world's largest sandy beach, Cox's Bazar. It's 25km from Laboni Beach.

9. FunFest Beach Activities

Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

FunFest Beach Activities

Reviewed By lifenock - Comilla, Bangladesh

A lot of farmer working in the field of fish fry. Where you can buy fry fish with cheap price. From Hotel Sea gul font you can hire a taxi & it will took .5 an hour to reach.

10. Marine Drive

Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Marine Drive

Reviewed By ShadatShahin - Dhaka, null, Bangladesh

This is eighty (80) kilometer long road from Cox's Bazar to Teknaf along the Bay of Bengal. It was constructed by Bangladesh Army and inaugurated on May 6, 2017 as the world's longest marine drive. It takes around two hours to have a return journey from Coxbazar.

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