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Myanmar's Lakes, Creeks and Coast - Strand Cruise
The 14 days of vacation in Myanmar have focused the spotlight on the Myanmar's nature. Its vast web of streams, seas, wetlands and coastlines is as important to the nation as the thousand and thousand of couples and shrines found in this most religious Tibet. Accompany the new luxury boat - The Strand Cruise, a modern riverboat, for a four-day down stream adventure.
So let's find the place for the beautiful sundown, without coaches. Fly eastward to Shan State, spending quality airspace at Inle Lake. You can do as the natives do and go by motorboat and kayak. There is a scenic airplane to Thandwe which will take you to Low Key Ngapali Airport.
If you are interested in indigenous traditions, a personal tour of St. Andrew's Bays can be organised. Travelling the old way, across the cove by your own boats and ashore by oxcart, take a small snorkeler. You will be welcomed by a native familiy for dinner. Enjoy the pleasure of being in the presence of this fishermen's town.
Myanmar's beautiful waters have provided livelihoods for many municipalities for hundreds of years. You' ll be spending quality leisure in each of these three important places. Irrawaddy is the biggest and most important watercourse in the land, which was already used for commerce and transportation in the 6th cent.
Kachin natives are living in the lowlands of this riverbank dale. While Ngapali is becoming a legitimate seaside town, the fishers still pull the fish from the boat every day and drive bull barrows through the waves - the whole town seems to be awaiting and getting ready for the boats' arrival.
Ngapali's remoteness, the most western part of Myanmar - which means that few humans make it here - but developments will come, so get here quickly. It can be expanded to other Myanmar tourist attractions such as the Mergui Archipelago or the Chin State tribes, Loikaw or the Mrauk UTemple. Further out, it connects to northern Thailand.