We traveled Cox's Bazar two times on the year of 2008 and 2010.We went there by bus and stayed for a few days in the rest house of Bangladesh Power Development Board. We visited Teknaf, Saint Martin (it's a rock beach),Himchori, Mohesh Khali Island, Enani beach, Dulahazra Safari Park etc. We went Chera Dip (Island) too by trawler from Saint Martin. It's a coral beach. The corals can change their colors. There are lots of tiny blue fishes. The size of the chera dip is 1 to 1.5 square kilo metres. There are no hotels and restaurants so tourist can't stay at night. Moreover, we saw many things like, Mathin's Coop, different different fishes and crabs in teknaf beach, many animals in safari park, falls, hills, beaches, islands, and temples and so on around the Cox’s bazar. We ate several fishes of sea and rivers which was very tasty and delicious. We mostly enjoyed the pomfret fish. In Cox’s bazar they have lots of coconuts and these are very cheap. Most of the tourists drink the coconut water. We had also. We had do shopping not only travel. I think now there are various changes in Cox's Bazar. Many Hotels, Restaurants and Resorts are built up. People love to walk and want to pass their time in the sea shore. Not only Bangladeshi people visit there but also foreigners. When someone visits the cox's bazar they feel they come to a heaven and nobody wants to leave the place. Cox's Bazar is the great source of income for Bangladeshi business owners. Tourists can go cox's bazar by bus, plain and private cars. If the roads clear it takes 7/8 hours to reach there from dhaka but by aircraft it takes about 45minutes.The trip was an outstanding experience for us. We enjoyed like a paradise. If we get time we will go there definitely.
In 2011 we had visited Bangkok for one week, the capital of Thailand. It's one of the beautiful cities in Asian continent which looks like western cities. We went there by Bangkok Airways. We stayed at that time in my maternal relative's home....
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