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Cox's Bazar

Measuring 72 miles (120 kilometers), the beach at Cox's Bazar is believed to be the longest in the world. Named for Hiram Cox, an officer of the British East India Company who worked extensively with local refugees, Cox's Bazar today is home to a mixed population of Hindus, Buddhists, and Muslims. Much of the beach is crowded during the tourist season, which runs from October to March; at other times of year, it is a quiet, comfortable, and almost-deserted.

Highlights of Cox's Bazar include the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park, home to tigers, crocodiles, various monkeys, and lions; the picturesque St. Martin's Island, the only coral island in Bangladesh; and the soothing, peaceful Inani Beach, far-removed from the omni-present crowds.

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