Cox's Bazar (Bengali: কক্সবাজার, pronounced [kɔksbadʒaɾ]) is a city, fishing port, tourism centre and district headquarters in southeastern Bangladesh. The beach in Cox's Bazar is sandy and has a gentle slope and with an unbroken length of 155 km (96 mi) it is often termed the "longest natural unbroken sea beach" in the world.[
One of the longest stretches of beaches in the world the cox’s bazaar beach enjoys an unbroken stretch of up to 125km of natural terrain. Other than being one of the most popular tourist destinations for locals and visitors cox’s bazaar beach enjoys an unbroken stretch most popular tourist destinations for locals and visitor’s cox’s bazaar houses one of the most revered Buddhist monasteries of the modern day Buddhist who practices the Theravada sect of Buddhism. The Aggmeda Khyang monastery posted on a series of round timber columns is one of the most visited Buddhist sited of the region. The Ramu village at a distance of about 10 km offers the visitor a unique look into the lives of the locals as they sit outside their homes and weave the local hand crafted products. a famous wooden Buddhist monastery with many relics including a 13feet high image of the Buddha in bronze can also be found here.