Best Places for Honeymoon in Bangladesh

Soon after the marriage, the newly married couples want to spend some time with each other. And by going on honeymoon, they enjoy the sweet time after marriage. Those who can afford it choose to plan their honeymoon abroad. But Most newlyweds in Bangladesh spend their honeymoon in some beautiful places within the country. Bangladesh has a range of potential honeymoon destinations which are both affordable and spectacular. This article will take you through the most wonderful places to plan a honeymoon in Bangladesh.

Top Honeymoon Destinations in Bangladesh

Cox’s Bazar

Cox’s Bazar is the first choice for most honeymooners in Bangladesh. The experience of watching sunrise and sunset together on the beach is also quite romantic. You can choose either bus or plane based on your ability and needs. If you want to go by train, of course, you can’t go directly from Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar; you will have to get off at Chittagong and take a bus.

When visiting Cox’s Bazar, don’t forget to visit Inani Beach, Himchhari, Maheshkhali, Kutubdia. Also, if you have time, visit Coral Island, Saint Martin. And yes, tasting the seafood items is a must in Cox’s Bazar or Saint Martin. If time and budget allow, the new couple can even dine together on the Sky Dining Cox’s Bazar.

The accommodation or hotel costs will depend on you. For the newlyweds who want a calm and peaceful place, Mermaid Beach Resort is a great place to stay. Other popular hotels are Long Beach Hotel, Sayeman Beach Resort, Seagull Hotel, Ocean Paradise, and more.

Saint Martin

The only coral island in Bangladesh. The locals also call it Narikel Gingira. Because there are lots of coconut trees, sitting under those trees in the middle of the night will be memorable for any newlyweds. You can go to Saint Martin by bus and ship. You will need to go to Teknaf by bus from Dhaka or from Cox’s Bazar. Then take the ship to Saint Martin.

While staying at Saint Martin, the breeze and the waves of the sea will soothe your mind. In the evening you can also enjoy a bar-b-que in your hotel. Further, you can walk around the whole Saint Martin within an hour while holding the hands of your partner.

Some of the hotels you can stay in Saint Martin are Sunset Serenity Resort, Blue Marine Resort, Coral View Resort, and more.


The appeal of Sylhet to domestic and foreign tourists has increased a lot in the last few years. Many beautiful places can be seen in Sylhet at a low cost, so the attraction for Sylhet is increasing day by day. Sylhet is also an ideal honeymoon destination for newlyweds. Going to Sylhet is also quite easy. Anyone can go to Sylhet by bus, train or plane. If you want to go by train, you have to buy tickets in advance.

When visiting Sylhet, everyone wants to see the tea garden first. You can see lots of tea gardens inside or outside the main town. There is a shrine of Hazrat Shahjalal inside the city. Slightly outside the city of Sylhet are Malinichara, Bichanakandi, Jaflong, Ratargul, Madhabkundu, and Madhabpur. So, if you pick Sylhet as your honeymoon destination, make sure you take enough time so that you can visit most of the places.

You can rent hotels and resorts in Sylhet at different prices. If you want to visit Srimangal and Moulvibazar near Sylhet, you will find both resorts and hotels. Some popular hotels in Sylhet are The Grand Hotel, Hotel Noorjahan Grand, Roseview Hotel, and more.


If Bangladesh lists the greenest and most beautiful places, the Sajek Valley will be at the very top. Moreover, Rangamati, Bandarban, and Nilgiris are not far from Sajek valley. So if you can manage your time, it is possible to visit all these locations. However, the road to Sajek is not so straight. There is no direct road from Dhaka to Sajek. You will have to go to Rangamati first, from there to Dighinala.

After going to Sajek, you will forget the tiredness of the journey. You will always remember the sunrise seen from the top of Kalank hill. And it will be more peaceful when you have your loved one with you. You will also get to see Ruilui Hill, Lusai Hills, Kamalak Fountain.

Instead of renting a hotel, it will be better to stay in a small cottage. You will be able to stay close to nature, with more privacy. These cottages can be rented for 1500 to 4000 Taka.


If you want to see a unique and greener part of Bangladesh, Bandarban is the place you would like to visit. And if it is your honeymoon, you will love it. Bangladesh’s highest peaks, lakes, fountains, traditional religious places of worship, tourist centers are here! Therefore, throughout the year, Bandarban is a popular destination for all.

Places of interest in Bandarban district include Baklai Jharna, Boga Lake, Buddha Dhatu Jadi, Chimbuk Pahar Range, Chinri Jhiri Jharna, Phaipi Jharna, Jadipai Jharna, Keokradong, Meghla Tourism Complex, Miringja Paryatan, Nafakhum, Remchil, Jharna, Prantik Lake, Rajbihar, Ujanipara Bihar, etc.

There are many hotels and resorts in Bandarban where newlyweds can safely stay. Some of the places are Sairu Hill Resort, Nilgiri Hill Resort, Nilachal Nilambori Resort, and more.


If you and your partner love sea beach and are looking for a calm and quiet beach, you can consider Kuakata Sea Beach for your honeymoon destination. Kuakata is one of the most scenic beaches in Bangladesh, with a length of 18 km. It is the only beach in Bangladesh where you can see both sunrise and sunset.

Apart from the sea beach, you can also visit Alipur and Mohipur Fisheries Department, Noypara Bouddha Bihar, Ilish Park, Sutki Palli, Fatrar Bon, etc.

Kuakata has some luxurious hotels to stay at such as Hotel Graver Inn International, Hotel Khan Palace, Kuakata Grand Hotel & Sea Resorts, and Hotel Kuakata Inn.

Final Words

After marriage, it is a custom for newlyweds to go on a honeymoon in a calm and private place. So, it will not be a good idea to delay in planning a honeymoon in the joyous moment of entering a new life. If you are confused about where to go, the above-mentioned magnificent honeymoon destnations in Bangladesh worth consideration.

Source: United News of Bangladesh