Cox’s Bazar sea beach is the world’s longest unbroken clean sandy beach. 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. Cox’s Bazar is renowned for its tranquil nature with the magnificent green trees and attractive hills on one side and the appealing waves on the other. The Sea beach is perfect for bathing, and swimming around the edge. The marvelous sight of the sunset behind the blue waves of the sea is truly breathtaking.
Cox’s Bazar is considered as the tourist capital of Bangladesh and was named after Captain Cox, who was an administrator at British period. 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. Furthermore, Patenga and Parki in Chittagong division.
There are abundant shops in the Hotel Motel Zone serving to Bangladeshi and foreign tourists. Exclusive things made of sea shells and dead corals are very popular and also sold by many vendors on the beach. We discourage you to buy those things because its ruining our natural beauty of the sea. You can also poke around the Burmese Market where you will find local beauty products, hand made textile and bed-sheets among many other things. There are bundles of restaurants along Sea Beach Road and in the Hotel Motel Zone, where most are serving Bangladeshi foods.