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A beach is a landform along the coast of an ocean or sea, or the edge of a lake or river. It usually consists of loose particles, which are often composed of rock, ...

Ngapali Beach

The 4 miles long beach is at the Rakhine State near Thandwe (Sandoway) and happens to be a silvery sandy one with bluish crystal clear water. Snorkels and Bicycles are available for those interested. Suitable period is from October to May Approximately one hour flight from Yangon.


Pathein established in 1852, is nearly 200 miles from Yangon situated in the delta regarded as the rice bowl of Asia. In the 16th Century, it was an insignificant port... In 1498, a Portugese Vasco da Gama discovered the sea route to the east and since then Portuguese ships began to enter the Pacific Ocean through the Straits of Malacca. Paving a way between Europe and Asia.
Main products are rice, sesame, groundnut, jute, maize, pulses, chilies, and colorful parasols
Approximately, an hour's drive will arrive at Chaungthar or Ngwe saung Beaches.

Chaung Tha

Approximately (6) hours drive from Yangon, the beach has a clear water with a white sand attracting people to unwind their stress and burdens under the swaying palms. Can visit the nearby fishing villages to see the drying of fish and shrimps. Seafood is fresh and Souvenir shops offer items made out of sea shells and boats are available to explore the vicinity abundant there.

Ngwe Saung Beach

Best mean is by car, approximately 5 hours drive from Yangon, depending on the road conditions.Also bluish water and pristine white sand, an opportunity to gaze at the Mighty Indian Ocean. Onthe way, can drop in at Pathein, where traditional parasols galore fetching a name to the city for this products.

Nyaung Chaung Thar

Most visitors used to drop in at this smaller beach on the way to UN Sec. General U Thant’s native town Pantanaw. Approximately 2 hours drive from Yangon and on the way back can visit U Thant’s House in Yangon or vice versa.