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    Hpaan is the capital of Kayin State and 150 km away from Myawaddy, a small town on Myanmar - Thailand. It is eventually prosperous by trading with Thailand. The town itself is small enough to roam about on foot. You can get a taxi or public bus to explore around Hpaan. Out of particular interests, the view from the platform of the Zwegapin Pagoda - which itself is located on the top of a hill - is fantastic. Plus a monastery namely Tharmanya, 38 km away from Hpaan is the prominent site amongst local Buddhists due to its patriarch abbot. Every travelers get free vegetarian food and it is traditional belief all comers to the area must avoid eating meat during the visit. Everybody loves to go there simply to get the blessing from the abbot.


    Mawlamyaing is the capital and port of the Mon State. It lies at the mouth of Thanlwin (Salween) river about 39 kms upstream from the Gawdwin Lighthouse. It is situated at 270 km south east of Yangon. Many old colonial buildings still remain along the quiet streets. Several fine Pagodas and Monasteries up in the hills above MAWLAMYINE give you the perfect views of the city and its harbor.


    There are World War II memorial Cemeteries for both Allied soldiers and Japanese soldiers who had sacrificed their lives in building the infamous Death Railway at Thanbyuzayat about 34 km away from Mawlamyaing.


    Myeik archipelago is dotted with more than 800 islands, fringed with white beaches. One can go scuba diving to explore coral reefs and aquatic life. There are the tribes of the Salons (Mokens) inhabiting the waters of the Myeik archipelago. The Salons are born sea divers and are also known as sea-gypsies of Myanmar, because they live on their own boats and often move from place to place.


    Kawthong is the southernmost trip of Myanmar, 2,000 km from the country's northernmost point near Putao and 800 km from Yangon itself. Kawthong retains the atmosphere of a fishing village. Kawthong is a busy fishing post, although most of the catch is ultimately sold in Ranong where it fetches a better price. It does a successful trade in raw rubber and cashew nuts, both of which are cultivated inland. The town always seems to be noisy, largely due to the constant roar of motorbikes, which are the main means of transport - both private and public. To go anywhere, you hop aboard one of the bikes as a pillion rider. There are few cars, mainly because of the lack of good roads.