Planning Honeymoon in Bangladesh

Planning your wedding is exciting, but planning your honeymoon is even better! This is a once-in-a-lifetime trip for you and your partner, so you’ve got to make sure it’s a memorable one. Bangladesh is the ideal destination for everyone as it has so much to offer. Whether you want to lie on a beach, explore the islands or gaze at the stars, a honeymoon in Bangladesh is the perfect way to celebrate your marriage.


  1. Cox’s Bazaar

For a lot of people, a golden sandy beach overlooking the sea is exactly what they think of when it comes to honeymoons. Laying in the sun with your soul mate, relaxing and taking in the view is the ultimate dream, and Cox’s Bazar is the perfect location for this. After all, what could be better than the longest beach in the world?

Visitors will be in awe of the beauty of this beach, with its famous “Broken Hills” and gorgeous waterfalls. Honeymooners will especially want to catch the stunning sunset over the ocean, as they sip cocktails, hold hands and enjoy married life together.


  1. Chittagong City

The verdant city of Chittagong is a special hotspot for honeymooners. Chittagong is home to wondrous vistas of mountains, lakes and harbours, making it the ideal romantic destination to sit and enjoy the view together. There are also a number of beautiful beaches such as Patenga Beach and Neval Beach, as well as fun attractions like Sea World, Chittagong Zoo and Foy’s Lake Amusement World.

  1. St Martin’s Island

Newlyweds will not be disappointed with St Martin’s Island. Take a relaxing boat ride over and enjoy spectacular sunset and sunrise walks, swimming in the beautiful water and eating fresh seafood. As night falls, you can lie back and count the stars with your other half under the moonlight. No matter what time of year you visit, this is a stunning place to walk hand in hand with your lover and admire the views.

  1. Add Sylhet

If this sounds like the perfect honeymoon for you and your spouse, check out our website for your flight ticket to Bangladesh.

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Written by Rabeya Shathy


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