( Ngapali Beach – Ngwesaung Beach – Kyaing-Tong )
Ngapali Beach is situated about 7 km away from Thandwe (Sandoway), one of the ancient Rakhine (formerly Arakan) towns. It is said to have been named after the Naple of Italy by a homesick Italian.
It is famous for its natural and unspotted beauty up to this day. The beach stretches about 3 km with soft white sand fringed by coconut palms. It serves as the best ground for sunbathing and recreation such as beach strolling, cycling and so on. Undoubtedly one of the best places for a relaxing holiday is Ngapali Beach near Thandwe (Sandoway) in Rakkhine (Arakan) State,on the Bay of Bengal. Ngapali Beach is one of the loveliest places in Myanmar; it is also one of the most unspoilt beaches in the world.”
Ngwesaung Beach Leisure Tour
Ngwesaung Beach is a newly opened beach about 48 km from Pathein. This unspoilt beach stretches 15 km of white and and blue sea. There are about 4 international standard resort hotels and bungalow type accommodations on its beach front – fringed with Palm trees, all hotels face the beach. Good taste of Seafood dishes are available at the international standard resorts. One can enjoy variety of beach sport activities such as sun bathing, beauty & spa, bullock cart riding, bycling, fishing, beach volley-ball, scuba-diving, kayaking and wind surfing.”
Chaungtha Beach Leisure Tour
Chaungtha Beach is located about 40 km to the west of Pathein (Bassein) in Ayeyawady Division. Its white sand and the blue water attract the tourists to take a beach leisure. It is a very convenient drive from Yangon via Pahtein taking about 5 hours. The hotels are usually full with local domestic tourists from September to April. A wide choice of standard dining places offers the fresh and reasonable priced seafood dishes. One can also visit the nearby fishing villages, mangrove river and a sand island. Sun bathing, bullock cart riding, cycling, horse back riding, walking along the shoreline, fishing, beach volley-ball and visiting to Sand Island and nearby Chaungtha fishing village.
The Mergui Archipelago Leisure Tour
The Mergui Archipelago covers an area of about 36,000 square kilometers in the southern most part of Myanmar. There are about 800 islands in this area making this place an attractive tourist destination. Most of the islands are isolated and beautiful. The surrounding sea, flora and fauna, underwater scenes and the marine life are most incredible features of theses islands. The sea water are aqua blue and so clear that you will be able to see the small creatures in the water moving around. Scuba diving and snorkeling are a must-to-do while visiting theses islands. Only the Moken (or) the Salons (or) the Sea gypsies are the inhabitants of theses islands.”
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