Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Cox’s Bazar - The World’s Longest ‘Natural Sand’ Beaches


Stretched along the Bay of Bengal, the third longest beach in the world is found in the sands along the coast at Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh. What makes this beach stand out is the fact that it is the world’s longest ‘natural sand’ beaches. Although one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of Bangladesh, Cox’s Bazar is little known amidst global beachgoers in general, as Bangladesh isn’t considered a top tourist destination. There are three especially attractive spots on this beach for visitors to relax and have fun. The first is Laboni Beach (the main beach closest to town), Humchari Beach (known for its beautiful waterfalls) and Inani Beach (which promises to be among the best spots in the world for those interested in getting an incredible sun tan). -worldatlas


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