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  • Beach


    Chaungtha lies in the south west of Pathein. It 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.


    This beach resort is located on the northern coast in Rakkhine State, about 7 km away from THANDWE (SANDOWAY), one of the ancient Rakkhine (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 unspoilt 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. Unlike today's beaches of Asia, it is free of noisy beachside bars, crowded people and hawkers persuading you to buy their things. There are only natural scenic beauty of the blue sea, white sand and the lovely sun. The sea is cobalt blue, without any dangerous marine animals, clean and clear with gentle waves. There is an 18-hole golf course at about 5km from Ngapali Beach Hotel.

    Ngwe Saung

    Ngwe Saung lies in the west of Pathein, the capital of Ayeyarwaddy Division .It is a most recently developed beach resort, conveniently located within 5 hours drive from Yangon. One can enjoy the wide range of sports and recreation facilities, health spa, cascading swimming pool and landscaped gardens.

    Set Se

    Set Se` Beach is located at Kyaikkami (formerly Amherst), 88kms south of Mawlamyaing. It faces the Gulf of Mottama (Mataban). One can visit the famous Yele Paya (Pagoda that is protrusive into the sea) near the Kyaikkami.



    It is the capital of Ayeyarwaddy River and the forth largest city of the country. It is one of the important trading ports in delta. Tough it is not in the list of tourists' sites there are many interesting to see there. Most of the hotels are located along the strand road where the river bounds to town.


    Pyay is situated at 285 km north- west of Yangon. The Shwesandaw Pagoda, Hse-htat-gyi the colossal Buddha image, Thayekhittaya (Sriksetra) the old palace site of Pyu kingdom and Hmawza Archaeological Museum are major attractions in Pyay.


    RAKHINE (formerly ARAKAN), unspoiled and unexplored, has until recently hidden some of the country's best-kept secrets. SITTWAY is the capital of Rakhine State and has several interesting Pagodas and a fascinating Monastery on the main street. The abbot and other monks have a wonderful collection of Buddha Images and it is well worth spending some time exploring their "MUSEUM". Some Images are copies but many are originals dating from the 15th century. Another highlight of SITTWAY is the beach where a promontory makes and ideal place to sit and absorb the sunset. The rock formations around the promontory are interesting and a stunning black sand beach stretches as far as the eye can see. SITTWAY is the gateway to MRAUK U. The 5-hour trip up-river from SITTWAY to MRAUK U affords an insight into life on the river and surrounding countryside.


    Until lately, it was not so easy to get information about the ancient city MRAUK U and the area was not so accessible. Although it is often recommended to the adventurous travellers, MRAUK U is a growing destination in Myanmar. It has been described as a "Lost City" and the boat trip from aeological site of Wethali, another ancient capital of Rakkhine kingdom dating back to the 4th century.