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Ngwe Saung (Myanmar Treasure Resort)
The Myanmar Treasure Resorts, a beach haven of beach and water on the Bay of Bengal, is ideally suited to escaping the hardships and stress of the world. Situated on a 9 miles long beach of sandy beach on a crystalline waters. Luxurious wooden and straw covered cottages by the seaside under the shaky palm trees on an unspoilt beach offer a very idyllic and unspoilt setting for a great outing.
MYANMAR:: The Ngwe Saung Beach Hotels:: The Myanmar Treasure Resort
AddressNgwe Saung Village, Pathein, Ayeyarwaddy Division, Myanmar. The Myanmar Treasure Beach Resort is located at a premium location on the 9 mile long beach with its crystalline water and clear sky, offering the ultimate in relaxation and recuperation. Experience the spectacular handmade woodworks in the foyer and the real Myanmar warm welcome in the stunning interiors of Myanmar Treasure Beach Resort's truly rooftop shelters.
About 210 km southwest of Yangon is a new Jewel Myanmar Treasure Beach under palm tree. It' s only an hour's car ride from Pathein, the Ayeyarwaddy Division headquarters, renowned for its handmade umbrellas and earthenware saucepans. It is a luxurious resort where oriental hospitableness comes together with west style comforts.
64 rooms in total.40 Deluxe rooms in bungalow style and 24 superior rooms equipped with:
The Myanmar Treasure Resort
Myanmar Treasure Resort is situated directly in front of the beach, embedded between palms and behind a small channel with a view of the Bay of Bengal. There are 39 luxurious thatched cottages with en-suite porches and deckchairs. There is a two-storey edifice behind the bungalow with 24 superb rooms, some with a view of the seas.
Amenities available at the resort are the Teak House Restaurant, a lounge, a restaurant, a swimming pools and sports such as angling, snorkeling and canoeing. Situated in the center of the beach, with good amenities and near the town, the Myanmar Treasure Resort offers a great beach holiday.
A cross-country trip from Bangkok to the beach of Burma.