Myanmar things to seeSights in Myanmar
Activities in Ye, Burma Myanmar
Fifteen kilometers upstream from Ye. An excursion to Jaun Yua can involve a walk through the secluded and welcoming town, a cruise up the scenic Ye River and a stunning sundown to a mountain peak. More about Jaun Yua. The excursion leads through the countryside and Bin Le Wa Beaches, which is not the most scenic but provides an entertaining time.
Situated a little bit further up-country at the confluence of the rivers, the Ye is divided from the coastline by about eight kilometers of arable land and rice. You can take the highway westwards of the city leading to Asin, a small hamlet near the confluence of the rivers and the region's most important fishery dock. More about Bin Le Wa Beach.
Ko Yin Lay's stunning Buddhist compound, generally known as Bananenberg, is located about eight kilometers outside the city on the northbound highways. People from Burma come from far away to see this lavish sanctuary and cloister. Leave the city on the Mawlamyine' s major street, and after you have passed the old Japan' s airfield on the right, look out for the entrance street to the shrine, which is bounded by two Caucasians?
More about Bananenberg (Ko Yin Lay). It could be divided over a whole days, with an excursion to the Bananenberg or to the Bin Le Wa beaches in the center of the..... More about your hike. Surrounded by huge lagoon colored limes, the Shwe San Daw is dominating the city center of Ye from above and is definitely more valuable than a glimpse.
Situated between the streets May Yu and Yan Gyi Aung, it is the most prestige of the city and although it is not very large, it is very interesting. More about the Shwe San Daw Pagoda. Please have a look at past editions.