Fishing in Sea at Bay of Bengal - Lot of Sea Fishing  at Cox's Bazar Sea...

Fishing in Sea at Bay of Bengal - Lot of Sea Fishing at Cox's Bazar Sea...

Bay of Bengal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bay of Bengal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The meeting point of three oceans-the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean, Tamilnadu, India

The meeting point of three oceans-the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean, Tamilnadu, India

Yarada Beach is situated on the west coast of Bay of Bengal in Yarada, Visakhapatnam. It is located near Gangavaram beach, Dolphin's Nose, and Gangavaram Port. This is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Andhra Pradesh State. The beach is never really crowded mainly beacause it is quite a distance from the nearest city of Vizag.It is one of the cleanliest and safest beaches in India. #attraction #destination #travel #beach #enjoy

Yarada Beach is situated on the west coast of Bay of Bengal in Yarada, Visakhapatnam. It is located near Gangavaram beach, Dolphin's Nose, and Gangavaram Port. This is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Andhra Pradesh State. The beach is never really crowded mainly beacause it is quite a distance from the nearest city of Vizag.It is one of the cleanliest and safest beaches in India. #attraction #destination #travel #beach #enjoy

MYANMAR - SNORKELING THE BAY OF BENGAL  Ngapali is a beach lover’s dream: quiet, white sand beaches, traditional Muslim fishing villages and a world class golf course which has been home to several Asian Cup events in recent years. Stunning untouched coral reefs make this the perfect dive and snorkeling location, noted in National Geographic as one of the best dive sites for rare sharks, stone fish, giant grouper and manta ray. Located 7 km far from Thandwe town, it takes approximately 15…

MYANMAR - SNORKELING THE BAY OF BENGAL Ngapali is a beach lover’s dream: quiet, white sand beaches, traditional Muslim fishing villages and a world class golf course which has been home to several Asian Cup events in recent years. Stunning untouched coral reefs make this the perfect dive and snorkeling location, noted in National Geographic as one of the best dive sites for rare sharks, stone fish, giant grouper and manta ray. Located 7 km far from Thandwe town, it takes approximately 15…

Overlooking the shore of the Bay of Bengal, this piece of sculptural excellence stands as an icon of Mahabalipuram.  Love this picture? Take your own shot of Madras – it could be a famous landmark, a favourite spot, people who define this warm city or just about anything #Madras. Add a stunning Prisma filter and share it with us using #MadrasInPrisma #MadrasWeek to win exciting prizes! #Chennai

Overlooking the shore of the Bay of Bengal, this piece of sculptural excellence stands as an icon of Mahabalipuram. Love this picture? Take your own shot of Madras – it could be a famous landmark, a favourite spot, people who define this warm city or just about anything #Madras. Add a stunning Prisma filter and share it with us using #MadrasInPrisma #MadrasWeek to win exciting prizes! #Chennai

The Bay of Bengal is a northern extension of the Indian Ocean. I have seen it from Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh.

The Bay of Bengal is a northern extension of the Indian Ocean. I have seen it from Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh.

The inhabitants of North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean's Bay of Bengal are not known for hospitality. An aerial view is probably as close as you'll ever get.

Remote islands: 7 of the world's hardest-to-reach outposts

The inhabitants of North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean's Bay of Bengal are not known for hospitality. An aerial view is probably as close as you'll ever get.

Chilika lake, in Odhisa is  Asia’s largest salt water lagoon. It is spread over an area of 1165 sq km and is separated from the Bay of Bengal by a sandy ridge

Chilika Lake, The Ecological Wonder

Chilika lake, in Odhisa is Asia’s largest salt water lagoon. It is spread over an area of 1165 sq km and is separated from the Bay of Bengal by a sandy ridge

The 1,557-mile Ganges gushes from a Himalayan ice cave, coursing eastward through the heart of Northern India to the Bay of Bengal.  (Jasmina / Dreamstime.com)

Did Your Favorite River Make Our List?

The 1,557-mile Ganges gushes from a Himalayan ice cave, coursing eastward through the heart of Northern India to the Bay of Bengal. (Jasmina / Dreamstime.com)

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