Ngapali Ocean View

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Ngapali is the premier beach destination in Myanmar, given its name, some say, by a homesick Italian, Ngapali. It boasts 3 km of palm-fringed sands on the beautiful Bay of Bengal, this un-spoilt beach is 35 minutes flight from Yangon, is four miles (6.4 km) from the Rakhine State town of Thandwe (Sandoway), turquoise waters deliver a bounty from the sea and this town offers some of the country's best food. It serves as the best ground for sunbathing and recreation such as beach strolling, cycling and so on. The best time to leisure on the beach is from mid-October to end of April and generally, at least three flights are landing from Yangon daily.



Ngwesaung Beach

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Situated on the western seaboard facing the Bay of Bengal, Ngwesaung beach is bordered by tall, green palms swaying in the breeze. The beach is a gorgeous 15 km stretch of beautiful white-sand beach with full of comfortable resorts, lies 48 km west from Pathein (Bassein) which is the capital city of the delta region. It is charming of tourists for now not only closer to Yangon can be reached by driving about (5) hrs but also deeper and clearer with crystal water of the sea than Chaungtha Beach.



Chaungtha Beach

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It is located 40 km to the west of Pathein (Bassein) and it is very convenient drive from Yangon via Pathein for approximate (5) hours. As for other activity, boat riding to White-sand Island for one hour; it's a good place for swimming and snorkeling, despite there are only three trees for shade.





Thandwe Market & Ancient Pagodas (Half Day)

This half day excursion will take you to Thandwee market and three ancient pagodas (Sandaw, Nandaw and Andaw Paya) in Thandwee.



Jatetaw (half day)

Visit Jatetaw Jetty, local village and market. The market is an interesting site to see daily life of the locals.



Gaw Beach (half day)

Visit Gaw Beach. Take a leisurely stroll on the beach, swim or sun bath. And optional picnic package can be arranged.






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