Income by sea:
A beautiful green country. Cox’s Bazar is the tourist capital of that country. It is the second-longest natural beach in the world. This place is after the ninth mile beach in Australia.
History and beauty of Cox’s Bazar
The area is known as Cox’s Bazar after Captain Hiram Cox of the British East India Company. Its other two former names were Panua and Palangki, which means yellow flowers.
In the south-eastern corner of Bangladesh, this beach surrounds the Bay of Bengal and the Bakkhali River. The 96-mile-long beach is the longest undeveloped natural beach in the world. Arakan Mughal, Tripura, Portuguese, British East India Company, and East Pakistan is finally part of independent Bangladesh.
Blue sky, golden sand, and sea as far as the eye can see; Arrogant Cox with impressive natural splendor. People from the whole world come to visit. However, Cox could not get his name on this list destination due to a lack of proper publicity. But that does not diminish her beauty.
One of the attractions
Another attraction of Cox’s Bazar is the Mermaid Cafe. It is perfect for spending the evening in a cafe built by the sea. The experience of the foamy waves of the ocean crashing under your feet while sipping hot smoked coffee on a full moon night is heavenly. The writing is incomplete without mentioning the small local children who walk around the beach all day with various oyster stalls, and in the evenings, they walk around the cafes listening to music. Immature that sweet young throat folk song, Bhatia, but brings a different dimension.
Other places to visit
Those who want to move around a bit without counting the waves can go
Himchhari National Park – Asian elephants, will see.
Or the Buddhist monastery before Meda Khyang, the massive teak wood architecture will fascinate.
Or Ramu Buddhist village. Where handmade cigars are quite popular, here, you can see the ancient Buddha lying 13 feet.
If you want, you can visit Sheikh Mujib Safari Park, the first safari park in Bangladesh.