Traveling to Saint Martin coral island in Bangladesh

Saint Martin, a small island of 17 sq km, is 120 kilometers away from Cox’s Bazar district. In the local language, St. Martin is called coconut jinzira. The wonderful natural beauty of this island has become one of the tourist destinations of Bangladesh. The blue water of the sea with infinite blue sky, the row of coconut trees is unique in this island, which attracts travel peasants to the irresistible attention.

How to go

If you want to go to St. Martin, you must first come to Teknaf in Cox’s Bazar district. You can go straight to Teknaf by bus from Dhaka. Buses from Shyamoli, , Eagle, S Alam, Modern line, Green line etc from Fakirapul and Sayedabad in Dhaka and went straight to Teknaf. The travel time of 10-12 hours is generally between 900 and 2000 taka per bus and class.

You can go to Teknaf by renting a local bus or jeep from Cox’s Bazar. It takes time to go to Teknaf from Cox’s Bazar about one to two hours. Some trawlers and speedboats operate on this sea route.

Those who spend a night in St. Martin, they get a chance to return to the ship the next day, which is already mentioned in the ticket.

Usually ships from November to March for these five months. If there is a time other than this time to go through the trawler or speedboat. The seafront is warm without the winter season, so travel at this time is not safe. Even if you love the adverb, you can take the experience of traveling in the stormy trawler.

What to eat and where to eat

The most famous thing in St. Martin’s is the dub which is sweet and delicious at one go. At St. Martin’s, one should check at least one dub. For those who like to eat fish, waiting for them with various types of St Martin Turtle, Beautiful Poya, Hilsa,

Rupchanda, Lobster, etc. And if you have a chance, you can eat Kura. (Desert chickens are called Kura). There are also more informative dried fish stores, knives, silver taps, glasses etc. If the watermelon is not missed then in January or February in St. Martin.

There are also Palace Paradise, Coral View, Coral Blue, Marmaid, Sea Coral, Blue Diganta, Shayari, C in, Dream Night, Hotel Sagar Par, Riyadh Guest House, Hotel Dream Fair, Sraban Luxury, Blue Lagoon, Sunset View, Marine parks in government management etc.


Those who come back from St. Martin on a day-to-day basis, they can regret later, so it is best that at least one day stays in St. Martin. As you can see across the entire island, this colorful journey will always fascinate you.

Those who come to St. Martin on a one-day plan, get out of the ship and get into the hotel. Eating lunch can come with a light rest, the torn island. If you want to go on a truncated island, try to leave before 4 pm, then you can return to the torn island on the sunset. Sunset of a torn island is extraordinary but do not be late after sunset. It takes hours to walk on foot and the afternoon is the best time for walking. Find out the time from the St. Martin’s time to the local people.

Once again, you can return to the trolley to reach the trolley. In the evening you can chat back to the mainland on the main island or set up anywhere in West Beach.  There are a number of quality hotels and cottages available to stay in St. Martin’s night. There are also good arrangements for tourists to stay in many homes.