Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach

The main attraction of Cox’s Bazar is the world longest but least-crowded sandy beach which stretches from the mouth of the Bakkhali River and going all the way to Teknaf. Though normally known as Cox’s Bazar beach, but the beach stretches far beyond the region designated as Cox’s Bazar town. The setting for the beach with its silvery gold sand is tropical-forested hills.

“Miles of golden sands, surfing waves, rare conch shells, towering cliffs, delightful seafood, tribes, colorful pagodas and Buddhist temples” – this is not a literary description for Cox’s Bazar beach, it’s an illustration for the eager person who want to imagine the beach. The beauty of the beach cannot be described by writing as no suitable word you can get to describe it.

Mineral content in beach sand:

  • Hornblende
  • Garnet
  • Epidote
  • Ilmenites
  • Magnetite
  • Rutile
  • Pyrite
  • Hydroxides

Bathing: The rise & fall of the tide is not great here; so, it is a better place for sea-bathing. However, the shark free warm waters are good for swimming & bathing. On the other hand, the sandy beaches offer sun-bathing opportunity.

Best Time for Tour: October to January

Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit here is at sunrise and sunset while the sand changes colors.

Activities: Watching the sun set; it is fabulous and everybody watches it. Best place for capturing photos.

Hazard: If you are a foreigner, everybody would want to talk to you. They also have their photo taken with you. It is a lit-bit annoying. However, it is a great way to get opportunity to talk to local people and know their culture and tradition. If you are in bikini or western dress, locals’ eye may embarrass you.

Laboni beach

Laboni beach is considered as the main beach area of Cox’s Bazar as is at the central location and close to town. The beach is always crowded by tourists. Visitors can sunbathe, surf, jog, cycle, and swim. It is best for swimming and relaxation. Numerous souvenir shops around the area can attract tourist to purchase the souvenirs, beach accessories and some other stuffs.

Inani Beach

Inani beach is famous for its golden sand. The beautiful beach attracts most of the tourist who appreciate warmly the wonders of nature. Tourists like to come here for relaxing as it is free from the crowd of visitors who are typically seen at the Laboni beach. The beach is generally considered to be the world’s longest beach.

Location: Located about 32 km to the south of the famous tourist destination of Cox’s Bazar.


  • Backdrop of lush green hills rising up on the east.
  • The sea stretching out endlessly to the west.
  • Unusual shaped rock and coral boulders scattered lavishly in the beach and trough the sea.
  • Fringed with tall palm trees swaying gently in the breeze.
  • Seashells of different colors, shapes, and sizes are found along here.
  • Calm lagoon which is wonderful for the little ones to paddle in.
  • Getting on the rock & coral boulders with the waves washing up on the shore around you, will be an extremely therapeutic experience.
  • Beachcombing
  • Shark free water is suitable for sea bathing.

Note: Every year numerous foreign and local tourists visit this place to spend their leisure in Inani Beach. However, it lacks several amenities that visitors can expect. It is wise to take a packed lunch and water with you when you visit the beach. But those people who have taken the time to explore the beach can testify that its beauty and cool breeze far outweighs anything it might be lacking in amenities. When visiting Inani Beach, ensure you have camera along to capture the amazing sight of the sun setting over the sea.