Bangladesh is the land of green countryside , natural wonders , colorful culture life and also serpentine river . It is dream destination for the tourists and it also has mind blowing sites to die . Bangladesh has many famous tourists attractions like historical and monuments, beaches, resorts, picnic spots, wildlife of various species, forests and tribal people. Bangladesh offers plenty of opportunities to tourists for water skiing, river cruising, angling, hiking, yachting, rowing and sea bathing as well as bringing one in close touch with perfect nature. Here are the top 5 magnificent places to visit in Bangladesh.

1. Cox’s Bazar: The longest sea beach in the world

Cox’s Bazar sea beach is the world’s largest sea beach and unbroken sandy beach. The length of this unbroken sandy beach is 125 km long. The beach has a gentle slope into the sea. Cox’s Bazar is located in the South Eastern part of Bangladesh along the Bay of Bengal. Cox’s Bazar is a seaside town, a fishing port and the district headquarters in Bangladesh.


It’s a good place to enjoy the nature of beautiful Bangladesh. Cox’s Bazar is a seaside town, a fishing port and the district headquarters in Bangladesh. It’s a good place to enjoy the nature of beautiful Bangladesh. The huge Buddhist monastery named Aggmeda Khyang is one of the top tourist attractions here. Ramu is a village where the Buddhist population resides. Cox’s Bazar is well known for its homemade cigars and handicrafts.

2. Saint Martin : Only coral island in Bangladesh

Saint Martin\’s Island is the only coral island of Bangladesh and one of the Bangladesh Eco-Tourism Destinations. This Bangladesh Marine Paradise is located in the northeast part of the Bay of Bengal, just about 9 km south off the tip of the Cox\’s Bazar-Teknaf peninsula and 8 km west off the northwest coast of Myanmar. It is at the mouth of the Naf River. This island forms the southernmost part of Bangladesh. Several endangered species of turtles nest on the island and many marine fish species dwells in the surrounding water.


This island has the most amazing blue water. Far from the maddening crowd, the serenity in this island will help your meditate and purify your soul. This air is so fresh and soothing. And the water is clearer than crystal. During any moonlight in St. Island you may end up deciding to stay in this island forever. And sea-foods here are not only delicious, but also abundant in variation.

3. Teknaf Sea Beach: Complete solitude on a gorgeous beach.

Teknaf Sea Beach or Teknaf Peninsula is one of the longest (80 km) sandy beach ecotourism destinations in the world. It characterizes an intermediary ground for the wildlife of the Indo-Himalayan and Indo-Malayan environmental sub-regions. Teknaf Peninsula includes mangrove, beaches and sand dunes, mudflats, canals and lagoons and marine habitat.


If you are looking for a complete solitude on a gorgeous beach, definitely you’ll want to check out the ecotourism destinations.  Important habitats at the site include mangrove, mudflats, beaches and sand dunes, canals and lagoons and marine habitat. The Naaf river journey is also the most enjoyable thing as you can discover the natural beauty with wild animals and birds. Cruise by boat (Shampan) is one of the main attraction of the Teknaf Peninsula.

4. Nilgiri, Bandorban – The highest hill resort of Bangladesh

Nilgiri or Nil Giri is one of the tallest peaks and beautiful tourist spot in Bangladesh. It is about 3500 feet high and situated at Thanci Thana. It is about 46 km south of Bandarban on the Bandarban-Chimbuk-Thanchi road. Beside this spot you can see Mro villages. Their colorful culture and living style are surely an unexplored experience for the visitors.


In rainy season here creates a spectacular scenery, the whole spot is covered with the blanket of clouds. You can enjoy a cloudy experience. Winter is waiting for you with it’s foggy gesture on the height. You can also enjoy the serpentine course of Sangu River. This is the most spectacular tourist spot in Bandarban and managed by Army brigade of Bandarban.

5. Sundarban : The largest mangrove forest in the world

Sundarban National park is one of the heritage site in sundarban.Where the land meets to the sea at the southern tip of West Bengal lies the Indian Sunderbans, a areaof impenetrable mangrove forest of great size and bio-diversity. The Sunderbans is criss-crossed by hundreds of creeks and tributaries.


It is one of the most attractive and alluring places remaining on earth, a truly undiscovered paradise for anyone.Sundarban National park is one of the popular visiting place for the visitors. Only in the Bangladesh part of Sundarbans, you can have a true experience of the mangrove forest. To visit Sundarbans, you must join a tour operator – no way to visit it by your own. Sundarbans is a very big forest with so many places to go and so many things to do.

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