Myanmar’s best- known resort providing the visitor with un-spoilt sand beach fringed with coconut groves as far as the eye can see. It serves the best ground for sunbathing and recreation such as beach strolling cycling and so on. Unlike today’s beaches of Asia, it is free of noisy beachside bars, crowed people and hawkers persuading you to buy their things. There are only natural scenic beauty of the blue sea, white sand and the lovely sun. The sea is cobalt blue, without any dangerous marine animals, clean and clear with gentle waves. The area contains many small islands that can be visited on day trips from main center. Ngapali beach is a three km ribbon of white, soft as tale sand beach that stretches from the village of Ngapali to “Gyeiktaw”. The fiery sunset, for which the Bay of Bengal is noted for, can be watched right from your doorstep. It is 35 minutes flight from Yangon. By overland, 14 hours drive along the narrow winding road over the Rakhine Yoma ( mountain range ) after crossing the Ayeyarwady River at Pyay ( Prome ).
CHAUNG THA BEACH
With fine, beige sand backed by coconut palms trees Chaung Tha Beach lies 40 km west of Pathein. It is about 5 hours drive from Yangon. Visitors can add up Chaung Tha Beach before they wind up their trip to Myanmar.It saves both time and money. Chaug Tha Beach is mostly travel by local so it is recommended for the person who would like to enjoy the lively beach.
NGWE SAUNG BEACH
It is newly opened beach about 48 km from Pathein. This unspoilt beach stretches, 15 km of white sand and blue sea. There are newly constructed bungalows with local flavour but equipped with modern facilities. Countless larger and smaller tributaries interconnect the vast and fertile Ayeyarwaddy Delta. With it’s sandy shore free of mud andelay, transparent and clean sea water, pretty island nearly and rows of palm trees is really an irresistible attraction for beach lovers. Ngwe Saung can be reached by car from the capital Yangon in approximately six hours. The journey takes travelers an a partly bumpy and pot- holed road across the alluvial Ayeyarwaddy Dealta region. As an alternative to road travel. It is now possible to travel from Yangon to the Pathein river by boat, a journey of approximately 16 hours overnight sail through picturesque scenery, passing homesteads and typical villages dotted along the riverbanks.