Laboni Beach is a tourist attraction in the seaside resort 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.

Inani Beach

Inani Beach is an 18-kilometre-long sea Beach in Ukhia Upazila of Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh. Only 25 kilometre drive from JOL TORONGO


Himchari Waterfall is a natural miracle located in a small national park near in Cox’sbazar, Only 9 kilometre drive from JOL TORONGO, 12 km south of Cox’s Bazar Town and 6 km from the Kalatali beach. The trip to the waterfalls will be unforgettable due to amazing scenery and unique local nature. The waterfall itself is also a rare scene to enjoy. This place is wonderful for a picnic with family or friends, sunbathing and relaxing. The waterfall can be seen best from the neighboring small hill.

100 Feet Buddha

Bhubon Shanti 100 Feet Lying Statue Of Gautama Buddha, Ramu, Cox’s Bazar – Ramu Buddhist Temple. Only 2 kilometre drive from JOL TORONGO.

Sonadia Island

Sonadia Island is a small island of about 9 square kilometres (3.5 square miles), offshore of the Cox’s Bazar coast in Chittagong Division, Bangladesh. Only 23 kilometre drive from JOL TORONGO

Kana Raja’s Cave

The historic 300-year-old Kana Raja’s Cave at Patuar Tek under Ukhiya upazila in Cox’s Bazar.

Marine Drive

Cox’s Bazar–Tekhnaf Marine Drive is an 80-kilometre-long road from Cox’s Bazar to Teknaf along the Bay of Bengal and it is the world’s longest marine drive. It was inaugurated on May 6, 2017 by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Only 3 kilometre drive from JOL TORONGO