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Chittagong

The second largest city in Bangladesh, Chittagong is one of the country’s most important economic centres, and  home to some of the world’s largest corporations. It is also one of South Asia’s most important seaports, handling  over 90 per cent of Bangladesh’s imports and exports.

Chittagong highlights

Book a flight to Chittagong with Qatar Airways and you’ll find yourself in a city that’s a feast for the senses. On one hand, it’s a whirling maelstrom of rickshaws and taxis making their way through colourful crowds. On the other, it’s a city where you can leave the hubbub behind and relax on a sun-bleached-beach, survey the bustling metropolis from a mountain, or explore dense lush forests. Your journey to Chittagong will also allow  you to sample some of the best and most eclectic street food around.

  • Tourist attractions

    Many tourists travel to Chittagong to relax on its beautiful beaches. Of them all, Patenga Sea Beach is the most popular. In addition to 22km of unspoilt sands, the beach is also a major draw in the evenings for visitors who want to see some spectacular sunsets. Thousands flock to the shore as the sun goes down, some sitting on the naturally-formed stone ‘benches’ that have protected the beach from being eroded by the sea.

    For city sights and a dip into the region’s history, the Ethnological Museum should be part of  your trip to Chittagong. It offers a fascinating and interactive insight into the various peoples and tribes who now make up the city’s population and tracing them back to the first discovered settlements. 

  • Leisure activities

    If you are flying to Chittagong with children, it’s worth having some entertainment lined up. One of the best family-friendly days out is offered by Foy’s Lake Amusement World. The lake is man-made and was built in 1924 as a water source for the city. Surrounded by emerald hills and leafy forests, it’s the perfect spot to spend some quiet downtime. However, if your little ones need to burn off some energy, you’ll find Amusement World is packed with waterslides, wave pools and swimming baths.

  • Food

    Chittagong is full of excellent restaurants, serving cuisine from almost every corner of the globe. Whether you want pizza, Chinese food, Mexican or even an icecream, there’s something to suit all palates. However, if you’re travelling to Chittagong to get an authentic flavour of the city and its people, don’t miss the local street-food. You’ll find vendors and street stalls almost everywhere you go, offering the chance to indulge in a variety of spicy foods. Try the kebabs, cucumber salads and perfumed parathas.

  • Shopping

    While there are plenty of shops and shopping malls in the city, you can’t travel to Chittagong without looking for bargains in one of the many markets. Markets in Chittagong are renowned for their low prices and an astonishing array of goods, from local crafts and food, to high-end electronic gadgets and mobile phones. One of the most popular is Singapore Market, which is always busy. Don’t forget to haggle -  it’s an expected part of the market-shopping etiquette.

Essential facts about Chittagong

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