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Cox’s Bazar, The Longest Sea Beach
Cox’s Bazar is considered as the tourist capital of Bangladesh. It is about 120 km long. It naturally attracts many tourists from different corner of the earth due to its smooth and spongy carpeting of silvery sand sloping smoothly into the crystal clear water of the Bay of Bengal. Besides the Cox’s Bazaar splendid beach, tourists may visit Laboni, Inani, Kutubdia, Ramu, Himchhari, Moheshkhali, Sonadia,Ukhiya, and Teknaf for enjoying their natural magnificence, their lovely beaches and an understanding of tribal life and culture. More About Cox’s Bazar.

Beautiful Kaptai Lake
Kaptai Lake is the largest man-made freshwater lake in Bangladesh. The Kaptai lake is limited within the hill district rangamati and embraces the upazilas of Rangamati Sadar, Barkal, Juraichhari, Kaptai, Nannerchar, Langadu, Belaichhari, and Baghaichhari. The Kaptai Lake’s average depth is about 100 feet and maximum depth is about 500 feet. More About Kaptai Lake.

Patenga – A Natural Beauty
It is an magnificent place to visit where river and sea meet each other and creates such a incredible natural view which you won’t find any other area of Bangladesh. A monotonous sound of meeting of the Karnafuly river and the Bay of Bengal is very relaxing to tourists. More About Patenga.

Saint Martin’s Island
St. Martin’s Island is a tiny island located at southern part of Chittagong division in Bangladesh. It is about 9 kilometers south side of the Cox’s Bazar-Teknaf peninsular tip. St. Martins Island is renowned due to natural beauty of dead and live corals. More About Saint Martin’s Island.

Boga Lake, a Wonder Lake
Boga Lake, a breathtaking wonder of nature, is located in Ruma upazila of Bandarban district of Bangladesh. The one of the most surprising thing is that the lake is in top of 1500 feet from plain ground. More About Boga Lake.

Natural Wonder Island, Nijhum Dwip
The eye-caching and very quiet environment of this island really justify its name. The amazing view will make you feel very refreshed from monotonous and tensed life. If you didn’t visit there yet, you have surely missed something in life. More About Nijhum Dwip.

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