Brazil's Praia do Cassino Beach is the longest beach in the world, as it is 157 miles in length or 252.5 Km. It adjoins the city of Rio Grande. Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar is the second longest beach in the world with 150 miles in length. It is also called Panowa, the literal meaning of which is "yellow flower".
Padre Island in Texas is 130 miles in length (approx 209 km) and hence the 3rd longest beach in the world. Australia's 90 Mile Beach, as name suggests, is 90 mile in length. New Zealand's Ninety Mile Beach is only 90 mile in name but the actual length is 88 miles. Long Beach in Washington with the length of 30 miles is the longest beach in US' West Coast.