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The Sittwe is the capital of Rakhine, Burma's second poorest state.
Thustiful .... - Review of Sittwe Beach, Sittwe, Myanmar
There' s only one hotel on the beach. The beach feels like a new beach to me. However, there is a great deal of street cuisine on the beach and some shops have good tastes. The Sittwe Beach really begins a few leagues from the town. It' going in forever, but like many areas in Myanmar, she has a great deal of garbage that the flood brings in.
There was a place for taking pictures and seeing the sea sunset's nature and it was designed with wonderful designs and was called a lookout point.
Well, it was one of the most astonishing places in Sittwe for a pick nick. So we decided to go for a walk at sundown, because the view of the sundown is supposed to be legend. You ever been to Sittwe Beach?
Sight and Sittwe Beach
Sittwe' s main square can be recognized by its unique (and no longer used) steel watch-house. Situated directly to the west, the Fishmarket is fun to stroll through and enjoy the ambience, and when you arrive at the promenade, you can see the pleasing contrasts of a peaceful footpath overlooking the estuary of the Kaladan estuary.
View Point (sometimes shortened to Point) is one of the most beloved places in Sittwe. A few kilometers southwards of the city, where the Kaladan River joins the ocean, there is a small garden (complete with a brewery station) and an old watch tower with a 360-degree panorama view. The beach of Sittwe, which has a lot of black sands but is good for a swim, is situated just westwards of View Point.
There is a tuk-tuk from the city center for about K1500; when you get back after nightfall, make sure you have prepared the transportation for your trip, as it is a long stroll and the tuk-tuks are not hanging around. There are several cloisters, the most popular being the Shwe Zedi Kyaung (Golden Pagoda Monastery), about ten min on foot just a few steps away from the main school.
Established in 1903, it is one of Sittwe's most attractive edifices and occupies an important place in regional religion and politics; it was the convent of the venerated anti-colonialist friar U Ottama. A larger choice of pictures of Sittwe can be found in our Flickr-photoset. A number of the city' s eateries offer a wide range of newly catched shellfish and other Rakhine cuisine, usually more spicy than Burma's cuisine - several of them are located on Mt. Yone Su Avenue.
On the eastern side of the Hauptstraße, five minutes' walking distance from the Zentralmarkt, there is a Visa- and Mastercard-compatible KBZ ATM. It' secure for a foreigner to come to Sittwe and there are no travelling limits in the area.