Cox's Bazar is famous for its long natural sandy sea beach. I have been to Cox's Bazar in all seasons and many times over the last 20 years or so. And I would love to share my practical experience with you! Even 20 years ago Cox's Bazar was relatively a small town. There were lots of hotels, motels and guest houses for tourists' accommodations and restaurants for having a variety of great food still there at around that time. But, over the years Cox's Bazar has been transformed into a busy tourist city. It has more international visitors now than ever. The availability of more recreational facilities is attracting more tourists every year.
Cox's Bazar has the world's largest unbroken sea beach which stretches more than 120 km. The entire beach is a stretch of golden sandy sea beach which is reachable by motorbike. The beach gets busy from November to early March. If you want to avoid the herd of both domestic and international tourists, then the best time to take a trip there would be between April and September, preferrably April and June.
Communication was not that good even a decade ago, but today it is very well-connected by air and road link with the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka and the port city Chittagong. There are high-class direct bus/coach services to and from Dhaka and Chittagong. Going by bus or coach will allow you to explore the stunning landscapes of Bangladesh.
There are several beaches along this 120 km stretch of golden sea beach in Cox's Bazar. The entire beach is is named differently at different places, such as:
1)Laboni Beach ( the most crowded and festive beach because it is closer to the city centre)
2)Sughandha Beach (within Cox's Bazar city)
3)Himchari Beach (10 km south of Cox's Bazar city)
4)Inani Beach (30 km south of the city)
5)Technaf Beach (more than 70 km south of Cox's Bazar city)
There are lots of wonderful tourist attractions near the city, but I have only talked about the beach in Cox's Bazar. If you love exploring beaches, eating and trying new things, I promise Cox's Bazar will not disappoint you.
Wow...what a nice scenario. I went there...and enjoy..more and more. I just forget myself. Keep write bro. Hope you do well.