es as reaching Southeast Asia. Many of Myanmar beaches are unspoilt and undiscovered, reminiscent of Thailand’s beaches 20 years ago, absolutely tranquil and quiet. Endless island and untouched beaches, Myanmar is truly an alluring destination for lovers of the sea.
1. Ngapali beach – the most popular beach in Myanmar (Burma)
The peak season at Ngapali beach is from November to March, because of its very nice weather. Even at the high season, Ngapali beach is a quiet, drowsy, early-to-bed place, however, the prices might be skyrocketed. Things are almost enchanting during the rainy season (April to Sep) when flights drop to once a week and most hotels either close or keep open only a handful of rooms.
2. Ngwe Saung beach (Silver Beach)
3. Chaung Tha beach
4. Kanthaya Beach
Special notes for enjoying Myanmar beach holidays:
- Beaches in Myanmar has its low season in rainy season from May to October because it rains nearly all days long. Ngwe Saung & Chaungtha beach are available on this time however the sea is not very much beautiful and clean due to lots of mud. Most hotels and resorts in Ngapali beach are closed actually. Some hotels in Ngapali beach, if open, will offer very big discounts. The bad weather of rains will lead to flights limited and cancelled with very short prior notices.
- The best alternatives for beach holidays in Myanmar from May to October are beaches in Vietnam – that are the most beautiful in summer from May to September. The connection is so easy with a short, cheap flight from Yangon to Ho Chi Minh city by Vietjet Air. Contact us to manage!
- The standard of Myanmar beach holiday costume is a jean and T-shirt. Not kidding, that is true, the Burmese swim in their jeans. Others wear shorts or cotton pajamas, but obviously there is no room for bikini. However, this is still exception for foreigners.
Suggested beach holidays in Myanmar
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