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Rakhine State's Capital in the most western part was also known as Akyab, and located on at the confluence of the , Myu River, Kaladan River and Lemyo River which empties into the Bay of Bengal.
Strolling towards the end of Strand to see the "Point" to watch the sun setting into the Bay of Bengal and browse the Central market. Can see thousands of fish in The early morning at the Fish Market.


Previously known as "Mrohaung" meaning the ancient city and was named "Argyre" to the Kingdom by Ptolemy in the 2nd Century, started in 1430 and collapsed in 1785 AD.By flight to Sittwe, the Capital of Rakhine State and by boat or by car to Mrauk U.Walls and Moats at the palace sites can be still seen at the palace site . A Portuguese Father Manrique who lived there in the 17th Century mentioned in his writing as "rooms made from odoriferous woods, such as red and white sandalwood" and "a vine of the purest gold which occupies the whole roof".