Kuakata Sea Beach, Patuakhali [Travel Guide]

Sunset Time of Kuakata Sea Beach

Beautiful beauty of Lilabhumi Sagar is the daughter of Kuakata in Patuakhali district. Kuakata is the only beach in South Asia where the sunrise and sunset can be seen standing. It is undoubtedly a great way to see the sun shining in the sea's belly and to see the sun disappearing on the ocean.

The museum has been set up on the left side of the Kuakata Beri Dam and towards the beach. Then there are a few yards south of "Firms and Farms" containing gourmet coconut gardens, fruit and flower garden. Several picnic spots have been set up in this garden, after the Picnic Spot inspection, there is a 15 km long beach beach with a desirable sea beach. On the east side of this beach, they will first be seen coconut gardens, beautiful shaped tamarind garden. The forest beaches have been decorated with the development of various species of trees. The coconut and zawagan also have a picnic spot where tourists make their own rounds of unrivaled delight in banquoise. From one east to the east on the lake of Char-Gongamati, from there, a little inside from there, the Sri Sri Anupur Thakur's Ashram of Satsanga and the mishripara huge Buddhist monastery. On the west side of the beach, in Limbapur every year, from the time of Ashwin to the month of Chaitra, the fishermen were built in a natural way by Shotki Palli. In this shooty village, different species of fish from the sea are transformed into natural landscapes and made available to the whole country.

Lonely Tree at Kuakata Sea Beach

It is good to go to Zauvan to visit Sunrise in Kuakata. From there, the sunset is good, there is no doubt that many more people like you will go before you to see how the sun rises in the sea belly. It takes 20 minutes to walk in the morning to go to Zhabn. And 10 minutes to the van. There will be rows of trees in between. This forest is made under the government forestry scheme. Some people might feel better than the sunset at sunset, the scene looks better. You can clearly see the change of color when sunset over the sea.

BBQ Fish Fry at Kuakata Sea Beach

The roar of the sea is usually not heard due to the sound of the day. A terrible form of the sea is understood at night. If you want to hear the roar at night, you can definitely go there. There is no fear of security But it is good to be careful. The truth of the night is that the roar of the night is really horrific. If there is a hotel near the beach, the roar can be heard from the hotel.

For visitors and touring pies, this beach has a rental motor bike and horse. Rent is usually according to distance and time. Around the Quayakata there are several chars. To see them, you can go to speedboat and trawler or engine powered big boat. There are several picnic spots around the beach at Kuakata. They have all the cooking methods. The stove, the chalk, the hari, from the plate to the cook.

Tourists on the sea coast are on tour - sea cruising ships and trawlers and speed boats. Upon these ships and trawlers, the tourists themselves filled themselves with unforgiving self-interest by roaming in the deep sea, including the Fatar Char, Sonar Char, Katka, Duckling Char, Gangamati Lake and Sundarbans. There are well-arranged food arrangements for sea travelers.

There are limited number of shops in Kuakata that you can buy from your shops that you can buy and use. The price will get a lot more new items, even though it's a bit more. Another attraction in Kuakata is the Shuntikpalli. Due to the shortage of fish in the dump, you can find different sea fish shoots at very low prices. Many species of fish, including hilsa, Rupchandas, sharks, laitya and Shaplatata, are dried and dried in the sun, and exported abroad. Another interesting experience to find out how to make dried pork in huge areas.

Rakhain Palli
Food Store at Rakhain Polli
Tourism center of kalapara upazila enjoying pleasant scenes of Kuakata beach, for the paratakas, the attractive attractions of the indigenous Rakhains are attracted. Rakhain community has nearly 200 years old tradition. You can see the huge figure of "Gautam Buddha". The country's largest Buddhist temple is located 10km away from the Rakhain Palli in Kuakata. This meditated idol of Gautam Buddha is 36 feet high and its weight is 37 minds. Motor cycle main vehicle to move from Kuakata. It is known that the beauty of the temple is followed by the beauty of China. It seems that Thailand or any temple in Myanmar.

Pitha Made By Rakhain
The people of the Rakhain community, who have been stranded from the state of Arakan, migrated to the sea under their King Maung and then settled them in the jungle land in Chittagong and later Patuakhali. Build their own habitat in their own tradition and culture. At that time the Rakhine community members gave the property to 3 acres and 12 acres of land for their own families. They are still present in their traditional tapapara.

Ecopark and National Park
Eco Park and National Parks have been developed along with almost 200 acres of land in the sixties, in the sixties, planned coconut kongs, jhaban, gongamati reserve forests, west fishery forests and mangrove ranges of mahipur. Continuous and overwhelming breakdown of the sea has already become very popular in coconut banks. On the east side of the forest department, 15 hectares have been made in the sandy beach of Manolova Jhaban. Even though there is a human being, at the beach on the beach in Gadhuli, and especially during the full moonlighted Jyotsna night, when the coconut Bithi and Zhabbagan are seen in the nightingale, then the Nityanad arises to the baric observer and it creates an unbridled celestial appeal. In the day when the ocean of clean ocean waves through the river Zhauban, a loud and loud voice of the ostriches makes the listeners uninterrupted drug addiction.

Chara Gangnami, another lucrative place to attract patatiles located 10 kilometers east of Kuakata mainland. Here you can enjoy the wonderful views of sunrise and sunset standing here. Here, once a trip is a transparent reservoir of Lake Gangamati, which gradually slopes through the sloping slopes of the sea and crossing the other side of the other side, the Bisatin forest monolitha can not be seen. There are various types of trees such as Keora, Gewa, Chaila, Kaiyya, etc. In addition to all kinds of trees, forests, forests, cockroaches, and monkeys. Also nearby are the Rakhain's Baultulipara.

How to go Kuakata

The distance from Dhaka to 380 kilometers, Barisal 108 kilometers. Several buses from Dhaka are now directly to Kuakata. From Dhaka to Direct Speed Transport, Sakura transport including several transport vehicles, Gabtali or Sayedabad bus stand to Kukateta. If you live in these buses you will get 200 meters away from Kuakata beach. Rental 500-550 It takes a total of 12/13 hours to go from Dhaka to Kuakata bus. A BRTC bus departs from Khulna at 7am for kuankata. It takes about 7/8 hours to go from Khulna. And if you want to come from North Bengal, you can get Rupsa or border crossroads from Saidpur to Khulna. By dragging the night, you can go to Kurata on 7 BRTC bus.

But after Barisal, you will have to cross the route of Lebukhali, Kalapara, Hajipur and Mahipur to reach Kuakata by connecting the road. However, the tourists who want to come to Dhaka via the Navy can get rid of the two ferry disadvantages. Dhaka Sadarghat from the luxury double-decker MV Parabat, MV Saikat, MV Sundarban, MV Resource, MV Prince of Barisal, MV Patarhat, and MV coastline launches in the morning and Patuakhali Kalapara can land at the rent-a-car Joint and Patuakhali-Kuakata route buses to reach tourist center Kuakata. Launched routes from Dhaka, leaving the launch gates between 5pm and 7pm. Single cabin rental in the launch is Tk 600 22 km from Kalyakata from Kalapara It takes 4 hours to go for an hour's road in the extreme violent phase of the road and the ferry.

Accommodation in Kuakata

Two dak bungalows in Kuakta and Homes of the Sea Tourism Holiday Homes. LGED has two, a street and a public road, a rest house of two Rakhine Culture Academy of the district council. To stay in these places, the prior permission of the concerned office is to be obtained. Besides, private tourism cities have been built in small and large, semi-residential residential hotels, Motel. Hotels with modern standards include Hotel Niljana, Hotel B-View, Hotel Golden Parage, Hotel Beech-Velli, Hotel Family Homes, Kuakata Guest House, Hotel Sea Girl, Hotel Al Hera, Hotel Akon, Hotel Sea-Garden, Hotel Many other hotels and motels, including memories.

1. Holiday Homes (Tourism Corporation), Kuakata
Phone: 01715-0011483
Rent: Non AC Twin: Rs. 1100 and Economy: 800 Taka

2. Youth Inn (Tourism Corporation), Kuakata
Phone: 04428-56207
Rent: Non AC Twin: 1500 Taka and AC Twin: 2500 Taka

3. Hotel Sky Palace, tourism area, Kuakata
Phone: 017727507479, 01772-03024, 01716-749027
Rent: Non AC Coupled: 1200 Taka and Non AC Twin: 1400 Taka

4. Hotel Banani Palace, Tourism Area, Kuakata
Phone: 0171-3674192, 01911-672135, 01712-849373
Rent: Non AC Twin / Couple: Rs. 1250 (lowland), Rs. 1650 (top floor), Dormitory: 4000 (8 beds)

5. Hotel Nilanjana, Rakhine Market, Kuakata
Phone: 01712-927904
Rent: Non AC Single: 850 Taka, Non AC Twin: 1450 Taka

6. Believe C Palace Hotel, Bally Bound, Kuakata
Phone: 0173-0093356
Rent: Non AC Twin: 1800 Taka, 3 Bed Room: 2000 Taka

7. Sea Kanaya Resort Limited, West Kuakata, Kuakata
Phone: 01711-181798
Rent: Non AC coupled: Rs. 1200 (low cost), 1500 taka (top floor), non s twin: 1800 taka

8. Hotel Kuakata, Sadar Road, Kuakata
Phone: 0175-0008177
Rent: Economy Twin / Couple: Rs 1500, Economy Family Room: 1850 (1 double, 1 single)

9. Kings Hotel, Sea Shore, Kuakata
Phone: 01713-277630
Rent: Economy Double: 600 Taka, Non AC Deluxe: 800 Taka

Where to eat

Hotel Sefard for quality food, home-made food, house-2, home-cooked foods, hotels of these foods offer food to your resident hotel. Apart from this, there are many small food hotels in the tourist area - Kalapara Hotel, Hotel Mannan, Hotel Barisal etc. These hotels offer quality food and supplies at low cost.

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