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Thandwe Bus to Pyay - Ngapali Forum
December 12, 2015, 3:40 a.m. Is there a bus from Thandwe or Ngapali to Pyay in February? December 14, 2015, 10:40 a.m. Yes, maybe saving a total of 11 hrs a day and flying to Pyay and Yangon. This January my man and I will do the same (Thandwe to Pyay).
For about six of them. We may also delete postings that do not comply with our policies, and we retain the right to delete any posted contribution for any cause. We may also delete postings that do not comply with our policies, and we retain the right to delete any posted contribution for any cause.
We may also delete postings that do not comply with our policies, and we retain the right to delete any posted contribution for any cause. There are two busses to Pyay at 7:00 in the mornings and three in the afternoons at 14:00. You know, I can handle the Ngapali to Pyay pass.
However, Pyay to Nyungshwe is not possible.
20 December 2016, 11:33 a.m. About 5 to 6 hrs to Pyay and another 6 hrs to Yangon.
Boom at Ngapali Beach
Bagan-Napali journey was hard. We had to travel through Yangon because there are no scheduled day-trips from Bagan to Ngapali (Thandwe Airport). Our Mt Popa guidebook Lyn gave us a general description and we were sure that we would find a bus from Yangon to Ngapali Beaches.
At Yangon we were discharged from the bus in the cool morning hour, directly into a flock of starving cabbie. Ngapali's only bus to Ngapali from the near bus terminal leaves at 2 pm, and we didn't want to waste the whole outing. Also, we reserved an expensive room on the shore for this particular date and were put under pressure to get there as early as possible to make the most of it.
Then we were handed over from one non-English speaker to the next, before we got into a taxi that will take us to the Hlaingthaya bus terminal that Lyn had proposed. Attempted to tell us a few time that the bus terminal we were going to did not have a bus to Ngapali.
" We were desperate after such a nerve-wracking trip to find out that there really is no bus to Ngapali. It' s a long way from the tourist areas, so it was quite intriguing to be in the busted cabin while the chauffeur tried to get us another vehicle and watch the rush in a part of Yangon that most folks don't see.
Yangon Airways comes to our precious salvation with a 3-hour plane ride to Thandwe (Ngapalis Airport), and our vacation is back on it! Someone from the Diamond Ngapali Hospitality came to meet us even though we hadn't yet informed them about our coming. It was a very informative trip to the hotels about the impact of the tourist industry on this city.
With developments still in their early stages (they are still constructing asphalt roads), it is unpleasant to see giant resort sites directly opposite the villages' slogs. Being the last in the long line of seaside resort, our resort was right next to a camping-like area of cottages and game.
Yup, there was a big pork under a big forest, about five paces from the entry of our USD106/night resorts. It was the fishers who dried their catches on the beaches next to our hotels, and the scent was the product of billions of small catches scattered over large net.
Ngapali is not the blueest water or the whiteest sand on the coast, but its greatest attraction must be how intact. It has only a few dozen visitors (mostly pensioned Caucasus couple ), and you can get empty shores for mileage. We walked along the shore and were amazed at the uncontaminated lives of the town.
Ade and I (Priya was on the ground with a horrible stomach poisoning) went to Best One for supper after a quiet walk on the sands. Afterwards we had some free times, read on wicker baskets to finish the afternoons and evenings and admired another beautiful sundown in the twilight.
It is sweet that it is located on a small isle in the vicinity, which is only reachable on feet at low tide. 2. Looks like the whole shore is in this romantically place, and it was fun how out of place we were. All for Ngapali Beaches!