Myanmar is a paradise of lush green tropical forests, lazy saffron skies and glittering golden pagodas. What most people don’t know is that the country is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches on the planet.
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Myanmar is a paradise of lush green tropical forests, lazy saffron skies and glittering golden pagodas. What most people don’t know is that the country is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches on the planet. A beach break is ideal for those looking to experience a serene getaway at an unspoiled seaside destination after visiting the country's cultural and religious sites. Because the country was largely off-limits to foreigners until recently, most of its beaches remain unspoiled and undiscovered.
Bordered by emerald green coconut palms, miles of white sand beaches stretch along shimmering cerulean seas, making Myanmar’s beaches a world away from any you’ve ever experienced.
Myanmar’s beautiful beaches along the coast most of Begal bay and Andaman Sea – the beach towards the west and seemed to admire the beauty of the sunset when the sky suddenly prominent black with rays red sun still remaining as not wanting to leave.
There are several beautiful beaches in Myanmar, but Ngapali Beach is the most beautiful one. Ngapali Beach is not only the most famous beach in Myanmar, but also one of the most pristine beaches in the world with beautiful natural scenery of pure white sand beaches, lush green coconut trees and blue sea with whispering waves. It stretches for three kilometers along the beautiful Bay of Bengal, and offers the perfect setting for a blissful escape. Ngapali Sea is clean and has various sea life including shrimp, lobster, coral, red snapper, grouper, sea bass, horse mackerel, Spanish mackerel… During the stay at Ngapali Beach, besides swimming, travelers will have chance to explore the natural landscape around the beach, immerse in exciting excursions such as visiting the small fishing village, the local fair, sailing to the beautiful island to together have amazing experiences. In general, Ngapali Beach is the best place in Myanmar not only for entertainment and tourism but also to discover Burmese local cultural.
Warm, Perfectly Turquoise Waters of Ngapali Beach.
Located south of Ngapali Beach and close to Yangon, unspoiled and tranquil Ngwe Saung Beach (Silver Beach) is the new travel destination for the visitors. Surrounded by white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and white crested waves, you will feel to be at paradise. Silver Beach has not been developed like Ngapali, so this will be a pleasant place to relax after a day of exploring the beautiful country of Myanmar. When you are tired of lying on the beach, snorkeling, diving or strolling will make you more interested and robust. The best time for diving is from November to April. Beside that, walking to the beach in the early morning, visitors will have a chance to witness fishermen returning with fresh fish, shrimps, crabs, and squids that are very fresh and tasty.
Ngwe Saung Beach
Close to the city of Yangon, Chaung Tha Beach is the preferred destination of those middle-class families from the capital city. The beach here is pretty bright, pretty sandy but normally quite messy with the crammed hotel, especially on weekends and holidays. If you come here in the peak season and want to escape the hustle and bustle atmosphere, you can rent a boat and explore the islands.
Bicycle for rent at Chaung Tha Beach
Finally, Kanthaya Beach is where you cannot miss while in Myanmar. Absolutely pristine and quiet Kanthaya beach with yellow sand mixed gravel will get you a private space to enjoy comfort, and escape from the noisy urban. There were no services for modern sporty games or big shops on the beach, you will only enjoy the complete serene and pure the pristine beach has to offer. As a result, it will be hard to find accommodation on the regular website because it was not really developed. However, Kanthaya Beach really is the ideal choice in Myanmar tours for those who want to have new experience with pristine beaches that have not had any human impact.
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