Best Beach ever in MyanmarMyanmar's best beach ever
Myanmar has three beaches: Chaung thiar, Ngwe Saung and Ngapali. The Ngapali is the best beach in Myanmar. There is no overcrowding on the beach and you can completely unwind. Widespread and readily available, seafood is crisp, genuine and inexpensive. WHEREAS the wet seasons are the hardest for the beach.
It' also a danger in Ngapali. Take a break at Myanmar's best beach in hot weather. The Ngapali Beach is indeed one of the best in Asia, beach with green+blue water, clear beach, clear beach, pure and beautiful aeration! It is a harsh criticism because it is the kind of place you don't want to be spoiled by a strong flow of tourists.
At the end of our journey through Myanmar..... The Ngapali Beach is what a beach should be (for me anyway)....quiet, nice view, astonishing sundowns, still undetected, beach clubs and dining, good cuisine.... Overnight at Ngapali Beach Resort, the beach chairs, great beach chairs, great beach lounge, great beach lounge, great beach lounge, great beach area.... Stay at the beach of Ngapali for the last 5 days after a tour through Myanmar.
It is a great place to relax, beautiful lodging in the resortstyle, we were in Sandoway. A long stroll along the beach, in the mornings to the fishermen town to see how they catch their catch and run through the town. Have you ever been to Ngapali Beach?
Best beaches in Myanmar (Burma)
I have to make a little admonition before I tell you all about the best beach in Myanmar. As I began my seven-week journey through this beautiful land, I knew that there would be many Buddhist monasteries, and I mean many of them. But I knew there would be adventures off the well-trodden paths, walking and architectural colonialism.... but I have to admit, I didn't know there would be so many marvellous sands.
But, really, if you look at a Myanmar chart, it shouldn't come as a big deal. It is a vast land (did you ever know it was so big?!) and look at this vast west coast overlooking the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, when you look at the south of Myanmar, it actually looks like a big, wide beach!
However, keep in mind that it is a land that is still so unexplored - it only really opened up to the tourism industry five years ago and therefore large parts of the land are still taboo - not necessarily because they are hazardous, but because the red tape administration leaves visitors only in areas with touristic permissions and under-licensing.
Some unspoilt unspoiled shores are kilometres long and cannot be reached at the present time. I' d like to introduce you to the three best Myanmar beaches: Arriving at Ngapali Beach on the main western shore, a brief trip from Bagan, Inle Lake or Yangon, I'm not sure what I expected.
As I paddled around in the clear, hot ocean, I glanced back at the beach and blinked, looking for any sign of overdevelopment or an unpleasant, tasteless motel. Instead I could only see a palm-fringed beach with natural-looking reed canopies nestling in the saplings. The area is quite well established compared to Myanmar.
Approximately 20 of them are located along the large cove, but as they all correspond to the surrounding nature and are not higher than about two floors, they are almost inaudible. Luxury resorts with many dining possibilities, but a beach that seems unexplored and relatively underdeveloped. What is the best place to spend the night at Ngapali Beach?
I have many beautiful luxurious choices - one of my favorites was Ngapali Bay Villas and Spa, which is totally breathtaking. Unique designs ensure that every chalet has a seaview (which is such a win on the beach). So what could be better than laying on the beach all the time?
Now, perhaps you sail to small, unexplored picturesque shores on small islets that make you think of yourself as Robinson Crusoe. The Myeik Archipelago is home to more than 800 beautiful archipelagoes, with luxuriant verdant woods, clean waters and clean sandbeach, so you can see your feet shaking in the undersea.
However, right now Burma Boating is one of the few cruise operators here (and they do it in style) and leave behind literally a hundred beautiful isles (!) and breathtaking sands. It is the ideal choice for those who want to restrict one or two flights during their Myanmar stay.
However, I often get inquiries to shorten my flying and Ngwe Saung is the ideal no-flight beach resort in Myanmar. From Yangon it is about five to six hour drive from a home drive or straight to the airport and once there you can select from a range of accommodation, making it a favourite choice for Yangonites andxpats.
It' s also nice and broad, but the sandy is firmer and harder - the disadvantage is that it is a great'road' and while I was there, there were some local people riding up and down the beach on motorcycles and quads, which was a little frustrating.
However, apart from this, it is a beautiful beach (it is therefore recommended to avoid it on weekends). I' ve slept at the luxury Bay of Bengal Resort, which has fantastic and roomy mansions right on the beach - it was a great one. Inspecting the beach and my other favorite was the Palm Beach Hotel, which had a beautiful backyard and swimmingpool with cozy, small rooms with canopy bedding - definitely a favorite for the family.
It' s no wonder all three beach resorts have photo sunsets on top - as all of them are located on Myanmar's western coastline, you're sure to enjoy a beautiful color scheme every single day when the sundowner. Well, there you have it - a land with beautiful sandy areas, as well as everything else!
With this meandering coast, this is just the beginning of Myanmar's beachfront! hp I'm on a seven-week journey through Myanmar as a research expedition for the tour operator I work for. We' re very excited to be on holiday in Myanmar in the next few days!
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