Myanmar Beachs

Ngapali Beach

beach1As Myanmar’s favourite beach, Ngapali is a truly mystical with un-spoilt white sand beaches and fringed coconut groves as far as the eye can see. Like most beaches in Myanmar Ngapali is an ultimate destination for visitors to relax and experience Asia's undiscovered paradise. There are no loud beachside bars, no rows of suntan-oiled bodies basking in the sun, and no vendors pressing you to buy souvenirs. One can find the three natural ingredients of a perfect seaside holiday - the sea, the sand and the sun. There many small islands around the beach that can be visited on a day trips. This unspoiled beach stretching over along the Bay of Bengal is just a 35 minute flight from Yangon. Driving to Ngapali take about 8 hours along the narrow winding road over the Rakhine Yoma and crossing the Ayeyarwaddy River at Pyay. There is also an 18-hole golf course about 15 minutes drive away from the beach.

Ngwesaung Beach

beach2Ngwesaung is Myanmar's newest commercial beach, and it has the longest shore line measuring up to 9 miles long and lined with rows of green palm trees. This beach is located just 29 miles from Pathein in the Ayeyawaddy Division. Apart from the beach itself, one can visit several small fishing villages, local markets, or take a boat trip to magnificent offshore islands. 

Chaungtha Beach

beach3Chaungtha beach lies just 40 km to the west of Pathein. Driving from Yangon to Pathein only take approximately 4 hours. The beach is named after Chaungtha creek that flows into the sea. The beach curves inwards in the shape of a crescent stretching for nearly a mile. Besides savouring the beach’s scenic beauty, visitors may go sightseeing in neighbouring villages to study fishing industry and learn about the livelihood of the locals. 

As Myanmar’s favourite beach, Ngapali is a truly mystical with un-spoilt white sand beaches and fringed coconut groves as far as the eye can see. Like most beaches in Myanmar Ngapali is an ultimate destination for visitors to relax and experience Asia's undiscovered paradise. There are no loud beachside bars, no rows of suntan-oiled bodies basking in the sun, and no vendors pressing you to buy souvenirs. One can find the three natural ingredients of a perfect seaside holiday - the sea, the sand and the sun. There many small islands around the beach that can be visited on a day trips. This unspoiled beach stretching over along the Bay of Bengal is just a 35 minute flight from Yangon. Driving to Ngapali take about 8 hours along the narrow winding road over the Rakhine Yoma and crossing the Ayeyarwaddy River at Pyay. There is also an 18-hole golf course about 15 minutes' drive from the beach.