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Myeik Archipelago

Mergui Archipelago – One of the most precious natures is waiting for you. Far beyond the value of any local product – rubber, marine products or swiftlets' nests – is the Mergui Archipelago's huge, almost completely untapped potential in the beach-going and ecotourism market. Sailing and Diving around Mergui Archipelago is become one of the most popular tourist attraction site in Myanmar.

Kawthaung, Myanmar

Ngwe Saung Beach

Myanmar’s latest beach resort has the longest shore 9 miles , lies in the west of Pathein ( the capital of Ayeyarwaddy division)  and conveniently located within 5 hours drive from Yangon. One can visit small fishing villages and local markets, explore the countryside by bicycle or enjoy a boat trip to the magnificent offshore islands. Also , enjoying the wide range of sports and recreation facilities, health spa, cascading swimming pool and landscaped gardens. The long, unspoilt and almost deserted purest white sand and crystal-clear blue water is one of the most beautiful sports in the world.

Ngwe Saung Beach, Myanmar

Chaung Tha Beach

Chaungtha beach lies in the south west of Pathein( the capital of Ayeyarwaddy division) and approximately 6 hours drive from Yangon . The beach curves inwards and long for nearly one mile. There is an island called Thebyu , literally mean “white sand”, can be seen from the beach. But actually it is not formed with white sand, is formed by oysters and shells carried and piled up by tidal waves. Visitors can enjoy sightseeing in the neighboring villages and stud fishing industry, the livelihood of the local people. Chaungtha is a beautiful beach with silver sands, pristine green sea, flanked by palm trees. Surfing in the sea and riding on the bullock-cart along the beach is an unforgettable experience.

Chaung Tha Beach, Myanmar

Ngapali Beach

Myanmar’s most popular beach destination features a 3 km palm-backed strectch of pretty quiet, pretty empty white sand public beach. The beach resort on the northern coast in Rakkhine State, about 7 km away from Thandwe. It is said to be named by an homesick Italian as Ngapali. Unlike today’s beaches of Asia. It is free of noisy beachside bars and crowded people. The sea is cobalt blue, without any dangerous marine animals, clean and clear with gentle wave. There is an 18-hole golf course at about 5 km from Ngapali Beach Hotel. Now, you can also enjoy the diving experiences around Ngapali area.

Ngapali Beach, Myanmar



Dawei, in Tanintharyi Division, is a coastal region lies in Southern part of Myanmar with an area of more than 2,600 square miles. Various nationalities such as Bamar, Mon , Kayin, Rakhine and Shan totaling over 120,000 are residing in Dawei. Dawei is dotted with famous historical pagodas and can be accessible with all means of transportation. A place to visit in Dawei is Maungmakan Beach, a well-known beauty spot of Myanmar, which is about 10 Miles from Dawei. There are also a number of hot water aprings around the outskirts, about one to a few hours' drive from Dawei. There is one quite close to Maungmagan (one the way to Maungmagan from Dawei). The largest reclining Buddha in Myanmar is in Dawei (about 30 minutes drive from DAwei). The closest city from Dawei is Yeiphyu. Dawei Hope at a long sleeved peninsula has a lighthouse guiding to Dawei port and Mali Naval Base.

Dawei, Myanmar


Kawthaung is a small port town at the southernmost part of Myanmar. To its east is the Thai border town of Ranong. To its west and south-west , the Andaman Sea opens up to the Indian Ocean an Bokpyin township is located to the north.Also known as the colonial British as Victoria Point. Nearby Kawthung has a small water fall and hot spring at Maliwun Village 24 miles north from the town. Nowadays it can be reached within half an hour by car with a good paved road. As it is only separated from Thailand by the Pakchan River, it became an important trade town with business.The main agriculture products are rubber, betel nut, cashew nut, coconut and oil palm.

Kawthaung, Myanmar

Mrauk - U

Mrauk U is one of the most popular and valuable destination in Myanmar. It has been described as a “Lost City”and the boat trip from archeological site of Wethali, another ancient capital of Rakkhine Kingdom dating back to the 4th century. Mrauk U is noted for its fort-like temples and pagodas built of stone and brick, rich with distinctive statuary and relief. Shitthaung Pagoda, Dukkanthein Pagoda, Andawthein Shrine are some of the sites to see in Mrauk U. The most impressive among them is the Shitthaung Temple or “temple of the 80,000 Buddhas” located about half a mile to the north of the palace site was built by one of the most powerful kings of the Mrauk U Dynasty, called by the people, Minbargyi. It was constructed six feet thick of solid sandstone and like “rock cave tunnel”. No mortar was used in the construction and stones were connected with stone buckets. It is believed that the 84,000 of the Buddha’s relics with the same number of the Lord’s images are enshrined in it, hence the name Shitthaung. About 8 km north of Mrauk U is the archeeological site of Vassali, another ancient capital which flourished during the 7th and the 10th centuries. The Mahamuni Shrine, one of the famous Buddha Images in Myanmar, is situated in Kyauktaw, 30km from Mrauk U. There are Mrauk u Museum in Mrauk U and the Buddha Museum in Sittwe, where articles of archaeological and cultural value are on display.

Mrauk - U, Myanmar


Thandwe has been a key Rakhaing center for many centuries. When th British stationed a garrison here around the turn of the 20th Century, they twisted the name into Sandoway. Thandwe is the airport city of Rakhaing State, where we can take the flight from Yangon to Thandwe then continue to Ngapali. Thandwe is located about 10km inland to the northeast of Ngapali Beach, and also Thandwe is home to more than 50,000 residents.Thandwe is still being one of the important cities for Rakhaing State.

Thandwe, Myanmar


Sittwe is the capital of Rakhaing State and has several interesting Pagodas and a fascinating Monastery on the main street. It is worth to explore some time at Museum. You can find the Buddha images , some are copies but many are original dating from 15th century.  For most visitors, it’s just a hurry and leave transfer point for visitors heading to Mrauk-U. the fish market, friendly folk and spicy dishes can easily fill the half-a-day you need on other site of a Mrauk-U trip. As Sittwe is the gateway to Mrauk-U, the 5 hours trip up river from Sttwae to Mrauk-U affords an insight into life on the river and surrounding country side. Sights worth seeing in Sittwe include AtulamarazeinPyilon Chan Tha Pagoda, Kyayoke, Mahakuthala Monastery, AdeilhtimSima and the Buddha Museum.

Sittwe, Myanmar


Most of Myanmar's snow-capped mountains are located within the state of Kachin, Northern Part of Myanmar. Gateway to the Myanmar Himalayas is Putao, which is surrounded by Natural Scenic Beauty and known as the most exciting and the most beautiful part of Myanmar, sharing borders with China in the North and East, Shan State (Myanmar) and Sagaing Division (Myanmar) and India in the West. At an elevation of 402 m above sea level, Putao is small and picturesque. The climate of Putao is cold all year round and snow-covered mountains can be seen from a distance. Mt. Hkakaborazi is famous mountain of Putao and it is on the northwestern part of the Union of Myanmar near the Indian border. At 5881 meters elevations, it is the highest peak in Southeast Asia and is covered with ice and snow. The Hkakaborazi National Park was established in 1996 and it covers an area of 1472 sq miles. Some of the world's most endangered butterfly species are found there. This journey will makes the guests fulfill with the natural beauty of icy snow cap mountains, the different ethnic minority tribes in Northern Myanmar, the world rarest Black orchids and the rarest species and so many floras and faunas around the region.

Putao, Myanmar