Cox’s Bazar ready to welcome more tourists this Eid


Sarwar Azam Manik

The picturesque district Cox's Bazar is ready to huge number of tourists to the longest sea beach. A high number of tourists is expected from tourism business this year due to long vacation. Many people of Cox's Bazar will leave for foreign countries to celebrate Eid holidays, while many tourists are taking preparation to visit Cox’s Bazar.

Tourism spots have been made ready in different ways. Nearly 80 percent of the motels have been booked. Special arrangements have been taken to protect incoming tourists. The district administration's special mobile team will be there to prevent tourists from harassment. Tourism capital of Bangladesh is Cox's Bazar. Every year after Eid-al-Fitr, the special season of tourism begins. This year, there will be a lot of heat but millions of tourists will arrive in Cox’s Bazar city.
The huge waterside of the sea, along with the green hills, has stolen the sky's blue color.

 Millions of tourists visit Cox's Bazar every year to see this form and roll out of sea water. In this Eid, there will be such crowds in the sea, said the hotel owners and the concerned people. Abu Taleb Shah of Cox’s Bazar Today hotel said that they have already rented 80% of their rooms in advance. Hotel Sigal's manager Harun-Or-Rashid said that they were fully prepared to welcome the tourists. He said that 90% of their hotels have already been booked.

bul Kashem Sikder, general secretary of Hotel Motel Guest House Owners Association, said, "We are waiting for the tourists to be anxious." However, due to the heat, fewer tourists can come, he commented. Tour Operators Association's General Secretary Rezaul Karim said that Safari Park, Sonadia Island, Maheshkhali, Inani, Himchari, Adinath Mandir, Prabal Dalip St. Martin and tourism spots have been prepared in different ways. They have received bookings from tourists visiting these areas.

Cox's Bazar Additional Superintendent of Police Mohammad Iqbal Hossain said that Cox's Bazar city is fully controlled by CC cameras, as well as police uniforms in white robes. All the special security measures have been taken to ensure security of tourists, he said. Cox's Bazar Deputy Commi­ssioner Md. Kamal Hossain said that the touring court team will work in the beach and surrounding areas from the day after the Eid so that hotels and restaurants cannot harass the tourists. If any tourist receives harassment, action will be taken immediately, he added.

More than 150 hotels and over two hundred restaurants are ready to welcome tourists coming to Cox's Bazar from the very next day of Eid. The picturesque district Cox's Bazar is ready to huge number of tourists to the longest sea beach. A high number of tourists is expected from tourism business this year due to long vacation.

Many people of Cox's Bazar will leave for foreign countries to celebrate Eid holidays, while many tourists are taking preparation to visit Cox’s Bazar. Tourism spots have been made ready in different ways. Nearly 80 percent of the motels have been booked. Special arrangements have been taken to protect incoming tourists. The district administration's special mobile team will be there to prevent tourists from harassment.

Tourism capital of Bangladesh is Cox's Bazar. Every year after Eid-al-Fitr, the special season of tourism begins. This year, there will be a lot of heat but millions of tourists will arrive in Cox’s Bazar city. The huge waterside of the sea, along with the green hills, has stolen the sky's blue color. Millions of tourists visit Cox's Bazar every year to see this form and roll out of sea water. In this Eid, there will be such crowds in the sea, said the hotel owners and the concerned people.
Abu Taleb Shah of Cox’s Bazar Today hotel said that they have already rented 80% of their rooms in advance.

Hotel Sigal's manager Harun-Or-Rashid said that they were fully prepared to welcome the tourists. He said that 90% of their hotels have already been booked.
Abul Kashem Sikder, general secretary of Hotel Motel Guest House Owners Association, said, "We are waiting for the tourists to be anxious." However, due to the heat, fewer tourists can come, he commented.

Tour Operators Association's General Secretary Rezaul Karim said that Safari Park, Sonadia Island, Maheshkhali, Inani, Himchari, Adinath Mandir, Prabal Dalip St. Martin and tourism spots have been prepared in different ways. They have received bookings from tourists visiting these areas. Cox's Bazar Additional Superintendent of Police Mohammad Iqbal Hossain said that Cox's Bazar city is fully controlled by CC cameras, as well as police uniforms in white robes. All the special security measures have been taken to ensure security of tourists, he said.

Cox's Bazar Deputy Commi­ssioner Md. Kamal Hossain said that the touring court team will work in the beach and surrounding areas from the day after the Eid so that hotels and restaurants cannot harass the tourists. If any tourist receives harassment, action will be taken immediately, he added. More than 150 hotels and over two hundred restaurants are ready to welcome tourists coming to Cox's Bazar from the very next day of Eid.