Kuakata beach

Kuakata beach

Kuakata beach

Kawakata beach, known as 'Sagar Kanya', is a beautiful beach in the southernmost part of Bangladesh. It is located in Patuakhali district of Barisal Division.

It is thought that the Arakan migrated to this region from Burma after being expelled by the Mughal rulers in the 5th century. Then they dug a lot of wells or wells to fill the lack of fresh water, which led to the name of the region.

Kuakata is a vast sandy beach from which both sunrise and sunset can be seen. It was part of the Greater Sundarbans. The beach is 5 km long and 5.7 km wide. The beach is surrounded by greenery and there are many forests along it. These forests and forests attract the most tourists. There is no smuggling on the Kuakata beach.

To the west of the beach there are 2 rivers, 'Pigeons' and 'Poisonous', and on the east 'Agnumukha'. Further to the west is a mangrove forest known as the second Sundarbans. The beach has a Buddhist temple and an ancient coupe. The Rakhine Palli Keranipara started from the front of the Buddhist temple. Among the more enjoyable places in Kuwait are Seema Buddha Bihar, Fatara Char, Rush Mela etc.


The weather in Patuakhali is favorable. The heat of the summer cannot be affected here because the rain clouds always play in the sky.

How to get there

There is a direct Kuwait bus service from Dhaka's Sayedabad bus stand at night. If you want to go to the launch, you have to go from Sadarghat to Patuakhali first. You can go to Patuakhali and then go on a bus or motorcycle. To reach the destination, there are 3 ferries to cross. Then rent the boat for 5 or 120 rupees, and all the sights of Kuwait can be seen.

Stay where

Kuwait Tourism Holiday Homes is an ideal tourist resort with many amenities for tourists. Besides, there are many other hotels along the beach.

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