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Myanmar, Chaung Tha Beach; Beach & Resort Development arrives. An enjoyable resort on a beautiful beach!
Myanmar's best sandy beach and island
Burma is not a well-known beach resort, but picturesque, palm-fringed sandy shores are hardly shaped more perfect than at Ngapali Beach. To the north of here and there are infinite isles and uncharted shores, but at the present time most of them are off limits. As soon as you have reached the steaming Sittwe, you can romp around the city' s shores with the local people and observe the sundown over the Bay of Bengal from the beach and take a brief stroll or a bike ride just to the south of Sittwe.
Nearer to Yangon, Chaung Tha Beach and Ngwe Saung Beach will probably not suit everyone's idea of a beach that is empty of people, but they are clear, sun-kissed and the most accessible in Myanmar. While the land is beginning to open up to the outside world, more and more of it will welcome more and more overseas but none of them is likely to be more tempting than the unfamiliar Myeik Islands in the North.
Yangon is the best place to live - by far. The building occupied the former residency of a 1920' Burma province government man. There are 49 double bedroom rooms in newer, two-storey edifices in the large garden: gently sanded hardwood flooring, generous baths and fresh wash. It' a great place to try a refined variation of Burma traditionally served breakfasts with fishing noodles.
That' my favorite of the big Yangon properties. Situated in a beautiful jungle park overlooking Kandawgyi and with a large indoor swimmingpool. Inquire for a luxury room with a lakeside panoramic balcony or purchase one of the double rooms on the groundfloor with its own terrace on the water.
Situated in a beautiful jungle park that overlooks Lake Kandawgyi and has a large indoor swimmingpool. This is the most luxury accommodation on Lake Inle: Forty-six very large wood cottages on stilt, constructed by native artisans, covered with arches of wood and decorated with Myanmar fabrics.
Forty-six very large wood cottages on stilt, constructed by native artisans, covered with arches of wood and decorated with Myanmar fabrics.
This meal is exceptionally good for a large room, especially the barbecues. It is currently the best of the luxurious Bagan hotels: an extensive lakeside retreat within the Bagan Archaeological Preservation Zone. Most of the 87 mansions and the inflinity swimming pools overlook dilapidated couples.
Upgraded to a Jasmin villa with views of the sea if you can. Do not use the small, deluxe rooms at the back of the area. Most of the 87 mansions and the inflinity swimming pools overlook dilapidated couples. Yangon has the best luxurious Yangon style hotels. There is not much of a foot print, but there is a proper swimmingpool and it is surprisingly calm for its position at a lively crossroads.
There is a proper swimmingpool in the backyard and it is surprisingly tranquil for its position at a bustling crossroads. For those who would rather hike at will than be caught in a lakeside chalet, this is the place to be. It is an excellent meal: a mixture of China salad, plain Burma salad, sweetened and tart, and Pa-O fire meat vealcury.
Nevertheless, the services are extraordinary and the Spice Gardens, an original gourmet food that reflects the owner's legacy, are first-rate. There is a small well-tended backyard with a kidney-shaped swimming pool and a spas area. There is a small well-kept backyard with a kidney-shaped swimmingpool. Situated next to the fracturing Old Bagan entrance, this 64-room property has a great view of the town.
Ngapali Beach's pristine luxurious resort (now 22) has not been left behind. There is an exceptionally large, 25 metre long swimming Pool with a view of the beach. On the first level there is a well-equipped swimmingpool overlooked by a shaded veranda for a nap after noon. Sandoway is managed by an ltalian, so you can enjoy your shellfish pastas in the beach café.
There is an exceptionally large, 25 metre long swimmingpool overlooking the beach. Only two minutes on foot from a group of good restaurants on Nawaday St, including a funny little place named Fatman. This is one of the best guesthouses in the centre of Yangon, in a peaceful suburban road on the outskirts of the embassy just 20 minutes walking distance from the Shwedagon Pagoda.
Located in a quiet avenue, the chalet takes the enlarged home of a nice Myanmar community that sits down and discusses the world's path when it's not too crowded. Basic dinners are provided in the backyard. Brakfast is juices, toasts, and balls, but you can order Myanmar pasta in advanced.
Every evening the fishermen fish for anchovies and squids on the skyline; every day the fishermen distribute the fish on the beach to be dried.
A touch of seafood can only be felt on the patio of the chalet, where burgers and crisps are on the menus alongside classic burmesian dishes. The rooms are very roomy and furnished in two pavillons made of wood in typical wood. It' pay for the rooms on the first level of the more quiet garden pavilion with large verandas and some with seaviews.
The 13-room guest house on the beach was opened two years ago in a functioning fishermen's town. From the rooftop you have a wonderful panoramic look over the town to the Mandalay Hill, where in good wheather the evening meal (European and pan-Asian menus) is waiter. Though a cab drive from the town center, this contemporary 56-bedroom motel has a tribune overlooking the Ayeyarwady River.
There' s a little swimming pool. There is a wide open space on the rooftop of Mingun. Cuisine is good, with a wide selection of Burmese, Thai and Chinatas, as well as burger veal and pasta bolognaise. Though a cab drive from the town center, this contemporary 56-bedroom motel has a tribune overlooking the Ayeyarwady River.
It is a bustling three-star resort in a tranquil side road in New Bagan. You can rent horse-drawn vehicles and e-bikes, organise transfer from the airports and even make a reservation for a room in a room.