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Explore all 14 Postal codes and Post Offices in Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh with our comprehensive directory. Whether you're a resident, a business owner, or a traveler, our curated list provides a detailed overview of the unique postal codes that define the diverse neighborhoods and regions of the District. Discover the intricacies of each Postal codes, from bustling urban centers to tranquil suburban enclaves. Our user-friendly guide aims to assist you in navigating and understanding the distinct regions encapsulated by Cox’s Bazar Postal codes, offering valuable insights for residents and visitors alike.

To find a comprehensive list of Postal codes in Cox’s Bazar, please refer to the table below or click on any location on the Interactive map to instantly find the postal code and address for your mail's destination:

List of Postal codes in Cox’s Bazar

Post OfficeThanaPostal codes
Chiringga S.OChiringga4741
Coxs Bazar SadarCoxs Bazar Sadar4700
EidgaCoxs Bazar Sadar4702
ZhilanjaCoxs Bazar Sadar4701

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Cox’s Bazar postal codes, structured as four-digit identifiers, serve as critical components of the country's mail delivery infrastructure. The format of these codes follows a standardized pattern: the first two digits represent the division, while the subsequent two digits denote the district. This hierarchical arrangement enables precise sorting and routing of mail and parcels, enhancing the efficiency of the Bangladesh Postal Service.

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