St. Martin is a land of boundless beauty. St. Martin, or Coral Island, is located in the southeast corner of the coast of Bangladesh, 9 km. It is thought that Arab merchants first discovered the island, but no clear evidence of this has been found. Many coconut trees were planted to quench their thirst. St. Martin’s area is 6 square kilometers or 196 acres, but the tide can be more or less. St. Martin is an attractive place for those who are thirsty for travel. The law and order situation in St. Martin is very good, so you can safely return from St. Martin of your dreams. The beauty of St. Martin will fascinate you.
How to go:
How to go low cost: If you want to go to St. Martin at a low cost, you can go to Chittagong by train and become Teknaf. Moreover, a direct bus from Dhaka to Teknaf can be rented for 900 to 2000 Taka. Non AC bus S Alam, Modern Line, Eagle can be rented for 800 to 1000 Taka. 5 ships ply daily from Teknaf to St. Martin. Green Line, LC Kutubdia, Kajal, Kerry Sindbad Jetty departs from the jetty at 9 a.m. daily and returns at 3 p.m. The possible fare maybe 500 to 1500 Taka. The ships usually run from November to March. If you want to go another time, you have to go by trawler or speed board. The travel will be risky fare. The rent can be 40 to 60 Taka per hour.
How to go luxuriously: If you want to go in a comfortable way in less time, you can go to Cox’s Bazar by air. The fare can be 3000 to 12000 Taka. From Cox’s Bazar you can go to Teknaf in AC buses comfortably. From Teknaf to St. Martin by ship or trawler.
You can take AC buses from Dhaka to Teknaf. Your travel will be 1500 to 2000 Taka in less time. AC bus St. Martin service fare can be 1500 to 2000 Taka. The only way to get from Teknaf is by ship, trawler or speed board to St. Martin.
What to eat:
Everything in St. Martin comes from outside the letter so the price is a little higher. Food in St. Martin is really about seafood. Moreover, you can eat a variety of fish by barbecue which you like. There is a system of sweet drink dab to quench the thiTKt in the walk.
How to eat at low cost: If you want to eat cheaply in St. Martin, you must go to the hotels inside the market and buy at a bargain price. If you want to eat fish barbecue, you can buy fresh fish and order a barbecue. Food, you can eat as much as you like, but it is better to bargain.
How to eat in a luxurious way: If you want a little luxury in chess, you can order food sitting in a hotel or resort. They will make all the arrangements, but you have to inform them one day in advance.
Where to stay:
How to stay low cost: If you want to stay in St. Martin at a lower cost, you can rent resorts a little further inland from the beach. In addition, some houses can be rented at a lower cost. Going to St. Martin in the offseason will cost much less.
You can choose these resorts:
Dream Night Resort located in West Beach can be rented for 1500 to 2500 Taka. You can contact 01712155050.
Lighthouse Resort located on West Beach can be rented for 1500 to 3500 Taka
Palace Paradise North Beach is located near the market. The rent can be from 2000 to 4500 Taka. You can contact 017960207.
Bloomerin Resort located in West Beach can be rented for TK 2,000 to TK 5,000. You can contact 01713399001.
Coral View Resort located on East Beach can be rented for TK 2,000 to TK 55,000. You can contact 019700048.
Sayri Eco Resort located in South Beach can be rented for 1200 to 3000 Taka. You can contact 01710555500.
The resort on Blue Horizon, located on South Beach, can be rented from TK 2,000 to TK 6,000. You can contact 01730051004.
Advice to do that!
St. Martin-Narikel Jinjira-Daruchini Dwip Whatever you call it, enjoy its beauty with extreme caution. Keep spare battery and charger of mobile or camera with you. Don’t forget to keep mini multiplug. Get help from Tourist Police or BGB. If you get in trouble, call the 999 emergency number.
Advice not to do those things!
Do not go to the broker under any circumstances. Do not go into the water if you do not know how to swim. Do not do any immoral-anti-social work. Do not throw empty packets of polythene, plastic bottle chips where. Do not do work that harms the environment.