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Coxs Bazar Live News

Coxs Bazar Live

The Cox News Bangla Newspaper from Coxsbazar

The Cox News

Coxsbazar Times

Coxsbazar Times

Parbatta News

Parbatta News

Bangladesh Board Exam Results

Education Board Results

Teknaf News Newspaper

Teknaf News

Coxsbazar Voice Newspaper

Coxsbazar Voice

Chakaria Coxsbazar Newspaper

Chakaria News

Coxsbazar News Newspaper

Coxsbazar News

Daily CoxsBazar Bangla Newspaper

Daily Coxsbazar

Dainandin Coxsbazar Bangla Newspaper

Dainandin Coxsbazar

Coxs Bazar Newspapers:
Daily Azadi, Daily Purbokon, Daily Life, Daily Karnafuli, Weekly Chattala, Monthly Sanshodhani, Purobi, Mukulika, Simanto, Weekly Jyoti, Weekly Sultan, Daily Jyoti, Daily Rashtrobarta, Daily East Pakistan and Daily Azan.

About Coxs Bazar:
Cox’s Bazar is a district in the Chittagong Division of Bangladesh. It is named after Cox’s Bazar, which is one of the world’s longest natural sea beaches (120 kilometres (75 mi) including mud flats). It is located 150 kilometres (93 mi) south of Chittagong. Cox’s Bazar is also known by the name Panowa. Another old name was Palongkee. The modern Cox’s Bazar derives its name from Captain Cox (died 1798), an army officer who served in British India. It is one of the fishing ports of Bangladesh.

Cox’s Bazar is named after Captain Hiram Cox, an officer of the East India Company, who was assigned with the charges of the current day Cox’s Bazar and its adjacent areas. The town of Cox’s Bazar was established in 1799 as a market town to honour Captain Cox. In 1854, Cox’s Bazar was made a Sub Divisional headquarter in Chittagong district under the Bengal Presidency of British India.

Big Cities in Coxsbazar District:
Chakaria, Cox’s Bazar, Kutubdia, Maheshkhali, Ramu, Teknaf, Ukhia, Pekua

Places to visit in Coxsbazar:
Cox’s Bazar, mostly famous for its beautiful sea beach and the sunset, has several other attractions, including:

Aggmeda Khyang, a large Buddhist monastery, and a place revered by around 400,000 Buddhist people of Cox’s Bazar Hill Tracts.

Himchari, located about 8 km south of Cox’s Bazar, is a picnic spot famous for its waterfalls and hill top from where a splendid view of the sea can be seen. Birds and animals roam near the road.

Inani Beach has interesting rocks and coral bolders. It is 32 km from the main beach.

Coxsbazar Circuit House, located 2 km from Laboni Point, has a good viewpoint. The ocean can be seen from a height, and one can also enjoy the view of Cox’s Bazar city.

St. Martin’s Island, the only coral island in Bangladesh, is situated at 9 km south of Teknaf. It is a popular tourist spot.

“‘DULAHAZRA SAFARI PARK” the only safari park in Bangladesh which is situated at Chakaria Upazila. It has a wide range of exotic animals, bird, snake, water beast etc. It is one of the most affluent Safari Park of the world.

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