Patenga is a sea beach located 14 kilometres south of the port city of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is close to the mouth of the Karnaphuli River. It is a well known and famous vacationer spot. The shoreline is near the Bangladesh Naval Academy of the Bangladesh Navy and Shah Amanat International Airport. Its width is tight and swimming in the oceans isn't prescribed. Some portion of the seashore is developed with solid dividers, and extensive squares of stones have been laid to avert disintegration. Amid the 1990s, a large group of eateries and stands grew out around the shoreline zone.
Lighting of the territory has upgraded the security part of visiting during the evening. These days, liquor selling is exceptionally basic at the shoreline. Merchants from the city offer their frozen yogurts, cool beverages and nourishment to the many voyagers who come to Patenga Beach. As indicated by the nearby individuals, it is the best place for flavorful, mouth-watering road sustenance at low expenses. One of the well known dishes of the sustenance stands is the fricasseed, fiery mud crab presented with a little plate loaded with falafel, embellished with cucumber and onion. The shoreline has a superb cool climate even at the night, and individuals come to appreciate the alleviating breeze.