Family days out in Chattogram

Chattogram offers a whole host of exciting and unique experiences, especially for families. If you’re looking for things to do together, this lively coastal city boasts a range of beaches, parks, museums and more to keep both adults and children happy.

  1. Butterfly Park

Explore the tropical gardens in the stunning Butterfly Park and see how many you can spot. Featuring a play area, recreation zone, rock climbing, artificial lake and water balls, there is so much to do and see at this stunning park. You can even dine in the bustling Banquet Hall or stay the night at the resort.

  1. Foy’s Lake Concord Amusement World

Nestled in the beautiful Foy’s Lake is this exhilarating theme park. Having opened almost 20 years ago, its popularity has never diminished with tourists and locals alike, and it’s not hard to see why. From roller coasters and carousels to Ferris wheels and cruises, you’ll be spoiled for choice with so many rides and attractions.

  1. Sea World

If you’re looking for somewhere to enjoy a hot day in Bangladesh, Sea World is the perfect solution. The water park offers a wide range of slides, rides and attractions that will make your children smile from ear to ear. If you don’t mind getting a bit wet, this is the best place to cool down, relax and have fun.

  1. Chittagong Zoo

For animal lovers, Chittagong Zoo is not to be missed. With mammals, reptiles and birds galore, there is so much to see and enjoy at the zoo. Whether you’re fascinated by pythons, crocodiles or the Bengal tiger, you’re sure to find something extraordinary among the 300 animals at Chittagong Zoo.

  1. Patenga Sea Beach

One of the most famous and beautiful beaches in Bangladesh, Patenga Sea Beach is a great place to spend the day with your family. Build a sandcastle, dip your toes in the sea or simply sit back and enjoy the sun. Whatever you choose to do, you are guaranteed to have fun at the beach.

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Written by Rabeya Shathy


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