Many People Come to Cox’s Bazar Just to See the 3-Star Hotel, 5 Star Hotel, Sea Beach & Barmis Market. but Many People Do Not Know That There Is Much More to See Outside of This.
Let’s see What Is the Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar?
01. Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar (Radar Station):
Cox’s Bazar Radar Station Is Located On The Southern Side Of Hill Top Circuit House. From Here, Storms, Cyclones, Floods Are Predicted Across The Country. The Radar Device Was Installed In 1968 In Collaboration With The Swedish Child Welfare Organization And The Red Crescent Society.
02.Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar (Badar Mokam Mosque):
The Badar Moqam Mosque is the oldest mosque in the city. Local legend has it named after Pir Badashah. The mosque is located near Cox’s Bazar Sadar Police Station on the south bank of Bakkhali River.
03. Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar (Hill Top Circuit House):
Hill Top Circuit House is situated in a picturesque setting on the top of the hill to the south west of the Zilla Parishad building. It will feel like the city of Darjeeling in India, even if only for a short time. From its top one can observe the turbulent waves of the Bay of Bengal and the top view of the tourist town.
04. Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar (Aggameda Khyang Monastery):
There are more than 7 Buddhist Cangs, small and big in Cox’s Bazar Sadar. aggameda khyang monastery and Mahasing dogi kang are the biggest. The newly installed Buddhist idols are worth seeing. The religious festivals of Buddhists are celebrated in buddha purnima, Pravarana Purnima and Vishu festival in Cang.
05. Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar (Dulahazra Safari Park):
The dulahazra safari park is a Govt. asset. This Safari parks are different from zoos. Animals are confined in zoos and roam free in safari parks. Its area is 900 hectares. Chittagong-Cox’s Bazar in Chakaria Upazila of Cox’s Bazar District. The Safari Park is located in the scenic forest area of Dulahazara Reserve Forest on the eastern side of the highway. The park is 50 km north of Cox’s Bazar district headquarters and 10 km south of Chakaria headquarters. Geologically, the area belongs to the Pliocene age of the Teritory period which was formed 25 million years ago. has been It belongs to Dupitilla series which is composed of Sandstone, Siltstone and Salon. Natural beauty of isolated high hills, flowing streams, lakes, exotic groves like tall traditional natural trees evergreen forest known-unknown trees. The safari park has been developed in the collection and dense cover of trees, fruit-herbs, and vines.
06. Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar (Nature Observation Center):
Bangladesh’s first nature observation center has been established inside the Safari Park. Almost all types of forest plants, wildlife models, murals and staffing of Bangladesh are given a fair idea of the wildlife and forest area through the flow of light and sound. About 100 types of wildlife and numerous plant model murals have been created here. About 25 minutes long self-explanatory audio-visual program.
07. Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar (Natural History Museum):
In 1960, the Royal Bengal Tiger disappeared from the forests of Cox’s Bazar. Water crocodiles have disappeared from the Sundarbans. It is the first wildlife museum of Bangladesh. It is located on the eastern side of the Chittagong-Cox’s Bazar highway, next to the gate of Dulahazara Safari Park.
- Adults (Above 15 years): 10/=
- Visit to Nature Observatory: 10/=
- Visit to Natural History Museum: 5/=
- Dulahazara Safari Park visit by private transport: 50/=
- Car parking fee:-15/=
Schedule of Inspection:
- Daily from sunrise to sunset.
08. Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar(Chengkhaib Cang):
Chengkhaib Cang (Buddhist Vihar) is located on the banks of Bakkhali river in Ramur’s Srikula. This Buddhist monastery is decorated with various designs of seats and more than 10 brass and many other white stone statues preserved in glass containers. All together there are more than 100 precious Buddhist statues in 23 Buddhist Viharas in Ramu Thana.
09. Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar (Ramkot):
Ramkot Buddhist Vihar is located on the top of a hill in Rajarkul Union of Ramu Thana. The temple was built 2000 years ago (308 BC). After the Kalinga War, Emperor Ashoka gave up arms and converted from Hinduism to Buddhism and established the idol. Ramkot Banashram has many small and big Buddhist statues. From Ramu Choumuhani, Ramkot Banashrameriksa is available.
10.Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar(Rubber Garden):
Ramu Rubber Garden is a wonderful place to visit in a natural beauty. Cox’s Bazar district is the largest rubber plantation in Bangladesh, planned by the Bangladesh Forestry Development Agency on an area of 28,886 acres.
Without these Top 10 Places to Visit in Cox’s Bazar you will also visit cox’s bazar famous places. Here also give you some suggestions where you visit with a low budget.
- Cox’s Bazar beach is the longest sandy beach in the world. Its length is 120 km.
- Ride in an open jeep, speed boat or on horseback along Marine Drive Road.
- Laboni beach, Kolatali beach, sugandha beach, Diabetic Hospital Point and some other points.
- Himchori Beach: About 10 kms south of Cox’s Bazar.
- There are several natural springs on the way to Himachori.
- A picnic spot has been created at Himchori under the initiative of Cox’s Bazar South Forest Department..
- Light House Cox’s Bazar: Located on another hilltop south of the radar station.
- Ancient tradition: A mosque was built during the reign of Shah Suja in 1600-1700 AD. It is known as Chowdhury Para Mosque or Wonder Mosque. It is located on the north side of BDR Camp in Cox’s Bazar Sadar.
- Hatchery Zone: Kolatali Hatchery south of the Nuclear Energy Commission earns thousands of rupees annually.
- Pagoda (Jadi): It was built by the Rakhine community in different areas of Cox’s Bazar after the Burmis conquered Arakan around 1790. They call it a souvenir. Such pagodas can be seen on hills or high hills of Cox’s Bazar Sadar, Ramu and Teknaf.
- Dry Export and Processing Area: There are several dry export and processing establishments throughout the region.
- Shutki Mahal (Zero Point): Here the fish harvested from the Bay of Bengal is dried naturally. The place is known as Nazira Tek and is the zero point of Cox’s Bazar.
- Fish Landing Centre: The fish harvested from the Bay of Bengal is landed here. It is also known as Fishery Ghat. The place is located on the bank of Bakkhali river
- Salt production and processing areas: Islampur, Napitkhali area produces, processes and sells 85% of Bangladesh salt. Its location is 35 km away from Cox’s Bazar city. You can visit by taxi or microbus.
- Barmise Market: Shops selling a variety of handicrafts and trinkets run by Rakhine Romans. Towards East Bazar ghaa.
- Oyster Market: The main sales and marketing center for various products of the oyster industry. Its location is west of the Hotel Holiday junction on the main road.
- Dargah of Shah Omar Shah (RA): Kakara Union has a named dargah and holy place for Muslims. Besides, a historic horse racing fair is also held in Kakara every year. Next to Kakara, Manikpur is famous for ‘buffalo curd’.
- Rose Cultivation Project: About 50 acres of land has been cultivated by private initiative. The said flower garden is located in Harbang area of Chakriya upazila.
- Ramkot Theerth Dham: It is situated on the hilltop next to the Ramkot Banashram. Established in 901 Bangla Sun. It is said that Ram-Sita stayed at this Ramkot during their exile. Besides the shrine, there is also a small meditating Buddha statue in a separate Buddhist monastery. According to legend, this statue was erected during the reign of Emperor Ashoka as proof of the peaceful coexistence of the two religions.
- Andhar Manik: There is a mysterious hole at Ukhia Ghona in Kawar Khop Union of Ramu Police Station. No one knows where it ends. So many legends have been born based on it.
- Lamar Para Buddhist Vihar: The magnificent Buddhist Vihar is located in Lamar Para village in Fatekhan Union. A Cang A brass Buddhist statue is the largest Buddhist statue in Bangladesh. There is no other place in Cox’s Bazar district with so many Buddhist temples.
- Naikshyanchari Lake and Hanging Bridge: It is a natural water body. There is a suspension bridge here. On this one can go across the lake. Naikshyongchari can be reached directly by car from Cox’s Bazar city and can be visited in a day. The distance from Cox’s Bazar to Naikxyongchari Upazila is 28 km.
- Isolated Coconut Grove: 5 km south of Ramu Choumuhani: It is situated in an area of 250 acres in a picturesque setting on the hills of Rajarkul. The garden is divided into ‘A’ and ‘B’ blocks. Each block has 4 subblocks. The number of coconut trees in the garden is about 9,112.
- Inani Sea Beach: If you want to go to Inani Sea Beach, from Cox’s Bazar via Ukhia Kotbazar, you have to go west about three miles by jeep. Inani Beach.
- Artificial Lakes: There are 2 artificial lakes inside Dulahazra Safari Park for wildlife drinking water.
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