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Myanmar is home to the most exotic and culturally magnificent beaches in the world...
Beaches in Myanmar...

Searching for a beach-side escape? How about a few days on Ngapali’s famous white-sand beach the Bay of Bengal? Or a visit to the breathtaking clear waters of Ngwesaung? Or for a more adventurous beach trip, try a diving and boating excursion to explore the wonders of the Myeik Archipelago. Whatever kind of beach you seek, Myanmar has what you need.

Travelers looking for a relaxing and upscale beach vibe will enjoy Ngapali Beach in Rakhine State. Ngapali is accessible only by flight to the airport of Thandwe. This pristine beach consists of a long strip of white sand lined with luxury hotels and haut de gamme restaurants with the freshest seafood.
Ngwe Saung
Ngwe Saung is a four to five hour drive from Yangon, accessible by bus or car. The drive passes through the town of Pathein, famous for its paper umbrellas. Ngwe Saung beach has a diverse range of hotels, from five-star to budget. Visitors can enjoy fresh seafood and swim in the warm, tranquil waters.
Chaung Thar
Situated in the Irrawaddy Region of Myanmar, Chaung Tha Beach is an affordable, high-energy beach perfect for locals and visitors alike to enjoy themselves with the various budget-friendly activities the beach has to offer. This beach town is a five-hours from Yangon by bus, taxi/ car or motorbike.
Travel to Northern Myeik is easier than even now that it's opening up to international travelers. The region's capital Myeik, is an easy jaunt by plane from Yangon. Use Myeik as a jumping off point to discover the rural lifestyle of local fisherman in the enchanted network of islands in the archipel...
Southern Myeik culture is a blend of Myanmar and Thai flavors, colors and traditions. Kauthaung is the principal city and is accessible from Ranong, Thailand and Yangon. From here, travelers can experience the untainted natural beauty of the southerly islands, home to the Moken or Salone, unparalleled diving ...
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