Patenga is a sea seashore located 14 kilometres south of the seaport city of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is nearby the mouth of the Karnaphuli River.
Patenga beach:Patenga is a common holidaymaker advert. The seashore is very close to the Bangladesh Maritime Academy of the Bangladesh Navy and Shah Amanat International Airport. Its size is tapered and swaying in the seas is not commended. Part of the seaside is built-up with material walls, and large hunks of sands have been rested to avoid destruction. During the 1990s, a host of cafes and booths grew out round the seashore area. Lighting of the area has heightened the safety feature of staying at nocturnal.
Nowadays, alcohol touting is very common at the seashore. Salespersons from the city vend their ice salves, unfriendly snacks and food to the hundreds of travelers who come to Patenga Beach. According to the native people, Patenga is the finest place for wonderful, mouth-watering road foodstuff at very low costs. One of the popular plates of the food attitudes is the cooked, hot mud crab helped with a small bowl full of falafel, enhanced with cucumber and onion. The beach has a delightful cool sky even at the sunset, and people come to love the comforting gust. The seashore is craggy with huge cool honor trees and casting ships. It also has an collection of haste boats for guests. The beach, yet, is pretty filthy, with a few pebbly covers.
Most guests come to Patenga Seashore as it is known for having some of the most stunning dusks and daybreaks in Bangladesh.