Laboni Beach is a tourist attraction in the seaside town of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh. It is the main beach
of three beaches that are side by side in Cox's Bazar's beaches, that combine to form a stretch of
sandy beaches of around 75 miles long . Laboni is also the closest of these to the town of Cox's Bazar.
Getting to the beach from town is easy, with traveling by rickshaw or motorized rickshaw being among the
most popular and memorable ways of doing so. The best time to visit is from November to March, when
there is typically little if any rain at all. On the other hand, the months of May to September are the rainy
season, which is very wet. Moderate rains, meanwhile, fall during April and October, as these are
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Tourism is the main reason why the area around Laboni Beach is a hype today. It is always surrounded
with tourists even during the rainy months, except when there's especially heavy rainfall in the monsoon
season. Still, some locals and curious tourists even come during the worst of the monsoon months to
view the waterfall in the nearby Humchari National Park. It is easy to get to Laboni Beach from Dhaka, the
capital city of Bangladesh. Buses ply the Dhaka-Cox route with air-conditioned comfort, though non-air
conditioned buses are also available for lower rates. The route is also served from Dhaka by several
airlines. In addition, there are many local hotels and restaurants that cater to the tourist trade in the area.
Laboni Beach puts on a spectacular show for tourists and locals alike at sunrise and sunset. That
includes the waters of the sea which change their hues with the time of day as well. At night, the shoreline
water glows with phosphorescent organisms. The beach area is safe at night in that it never completely
empties of people and, as an added security measure, the area is protected by the local tourist police.
Laboni is known for its many beachside activities, and tourists come to swim, bike, jog and relax. The Bay
of Bengal also imparts its wonderful vistas unto the eyes of keen observers. Two beautiful islands are
also accessible from this area. One has temples and the other is a storm shelter for local fishermen.