A report on Cox's Bazar

Cox's Bazar Map from Series U542, US Army Map Service, 1955
Panorama of Cox's Bazar in the early morning: clouds on a blue sky, still water and forest in the distance.
Submarine Cable Landing Station
National Highway at Cox's Bazar (N1)
Cox's Bazar Airport Terminal
Cox's Bazaar (Kolatoli Sea Beach) after sunset
Cox's Bazar Bus Terminal
thumb|View of Cox's Bazar City
Town view at Sugondha point
Beach area
thumb|Cox's Bazaar in daylight
Cox's Bazaar Sea Beach

City, fishing port, tourism centre, and district headquarters in southeastern Bangladesh.

- Cox's Bazar
Cox's Bazar Map from Series U542, US Army Map Service, 1955

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Cox's Bazar Airport

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Cox's Bazar International Airport is a domestic airport in the resort town of Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

Symbol of Cox's Bazar Medical College

Cox's Bazar Medical College

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Government medical school in Bangladesh, established in 2008.

Government medical school in Bangladesh, established in 2008.

Symbol of Cox's Bazar Medical College
Symbol of Cox's Bazar Medical College
Design of main campus
Entrance of the Academic building

It is located in Cox's Bazar.

Rakhine students in folk costume in 2018

Rakhine people

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The Rakhine people or Arakanese people (ရက္ခိုင်လူမျိုး, Rakhine pronunciation:, ) are a Southeast Asian ethnic group in Myanmar (Burma) forming the majority along the coastal region of present-day Rakhine State (formerly officially called Arakan).

The Rakhine people or Arakanese people (ရက္ခိုင်လူမျိုး, Rakhine pronunciation:, ) are a Southeast Asian ethnic group in Myanmar (Burma) forming the majority along the coastal region of present-day Rakhine State (formerly officially called Arakan).

Rakhine students in folk costume in 2018
Mrauk-U pagodas are famous for their mystical appearance.
Silver coin of king Nitichandra of Arakan in 8th century (British Museum). Most Arakan coins had the name of the ruling king on one side and the logo of the sun and moon and srivatsa on the other side.
Rakhine Writing in a Bangladeshi Buddhist Pogoda

There is a small community of Rakhine people inhabiting the coastal areas of Patuakhali, Borguna and Cox's Bazar, having migrated to Bangladesh from Myanmar before the formation of these two contemporary countries.

US-Bangla Airlines

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Privately owned Bangladeshi airline headquartered in Dhaka and based at Shahjalal International Airport under the umbrella companies of US-Bangla Group.

Privately owned Bangladeshi airline headquartered in Dhaka and based at Shahjalal International Airport under the umbrella companies of US-Bangla Group.

US-Bangla Airlines ATR 72-600
US-Bangla Airlines Boeing 737-800
US-Bangla Airlines De Havilland Dash 8-400
A US-Bangla Airlines De Havilland Dash 8-400 registered as S2-AGU, which crashed as US-Bangla Airlines Flight 211.

Flights to Cox's Bazar from Dhaka were launched in August.

Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute

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Autonomous government research institution for fisheries and related research.

Autonomous government research institution for fisheries and related research.

They are Riverine Station located in Chandpur, Freshwater Station located in Mymensingh, Brackishwater Station located in Khulna, and Marine Fisheries and Technological Station in Cox's Bazar.

The route of the submarine cable (red); the blue segment is dy 1 6

SEA-ME-WE 4

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Optical fibre submarine communications cable system that carries telecommunications between Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Egypt, Italy, Tunisia, Algeria and France.

Optical fibre submarine communications cable system that carries telecommunications between Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Egypt, Italy, Tunisia, Algeria and France.

The route of the submarine cable (red); the blue segment is dy 1 6

14. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Emblem of Biman Bangladesh Airlines (en)

Biman Bangladesh Airlines

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National flag carrier of Bangladesh.

National flag carrier of Bangladesh.

Emblem of Biman Bangladesh Airlines (en)
Fokker F-27 Friendship of Biman Bangladesh Airlines at the then Dum Dum Airport in 1974.
A Biman Bangladesh Airlines Boeing 707-320C on short final to London Heathrow Airport in 1981.
Interior of business class cabin of Biman Bangladesh Airlines Boeing 777-300ER en route to Dhaka from Jeddah.
Biman Loyalty Club, the frequent flyer program of the airline.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines Boeing 707 freighter at Manchester Airport
Biman flies internationally to: London, Manchester; Riyadh, Dammam, Medina, Jeddah; Kuwait; Doha; Abu Dhabi, Dubai; Muscat; New Delhi, Kolkata; Kathmandu; Bangkok; Kuala Lumpur; Singapore.
Biman currently serves 8 domestic destinations, including its main hub in Dhaka.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines Boeing 787-9 on final approach to London Heathrow in 2020.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines Boeing 787-8 at Farnborough Airshow.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines Boeing 777-300ER departing Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka.
Boeing 737-800 of Biman.
A Biman Bangladesh Airlines Airbus A310-300 landing at Shahjalal International Airport in 2012.
First Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner of Biman in Shah Amanat International Airport, Chittagong en route to Doha.
Boeing 777-300ER "Aakash Pradeep" approaching London Heathrow Airport in 2014, wearing Biman's latest livery.
A rebranding of Biman in 2010, scrapped after 2 months

With newly leased Dash 8-Q400 aircraft, the carrier resumed domestic flights in full swing to Cox's Bazar, Jessore, Saidpur, Rajshahi and Barisal in April 2015.

Regent Airways

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Bangladeshi airline owned by HG Aviation Ltd, a fully owned subsidiary of Habib Group.

Bangladeshi airline owned by HG Aviation Ltd, a fully owned subsidiary of Habib Group.

Regent Airways Boeing 737-800 at Shahjalal International Airport
Regent Airways Dash-8-Q300
Regent Airways Boeing 737-700 at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

Until December 2021, the airline, due to its financial woes, and having only two aircraft at its disposal, restricted its destination to only eight cities, three being Dhaka, Chittagong and Cox's Bazar and five international routes, i.e. Doha, Kolkata, Kuala Lumpur, Muscat and Singapore.

Ramu, Cox's Bazar

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Village in Bangladesh.

Village in Bangladesh.

It is located on the Baghkhali River, approximately sixteen miles from Cox's Bazar, between Cox's Bazar and Chittagong.