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Western Myanmar

Western Myanmar

The coastal areas of Bay of Bengal have Myanmar’s premier beach destinations. Just south of Bangladesh is situated forgotten kingdom and trading port of Mrauk U. The mountain regions of the western Myanmar in Chin state and Rakhine state are home to Chin tribes who practice decorating their ladies faces with tattoos.

Destinations in Western Myanmar

Chin State: Mt Victoria and Nat Ma Taung National Park

Mount Victoria, otherwise known as Nat Ma Taung in Burmese and Khaw-nu-soum or Khonuamthung in Chin, is the highest mountain in the Chin State and third tallest in Myanmar. It is 3,053m (10,016 ft) above sea level. The mountain is a six-hour drive west of Bagan in the Chin Hills, within Kanpalet Township, Mindat District. The mountain and the surrounding area is also a part of the Nat Ma Taung National Park, an ASEAN Heritage park that covers 72,300 hectares in the Chin Hills.

Mrauk U & Kingdoms of Arakan

One of Myanmar's significant archaeological sites, Mrauk U mesmerizes with over 700 temple ruins that rise gently from lush tropical hills. The charm of the ruins is how alive they seem, tucked between misty streams, rolling countryside and pastoral villages.

Naga Land

A true final frontier for exploration, Naga Land is located at the source of the Chindwin River, in North Western Myanmar, near the Indian Border. Naga Land is one of the most remote and exotic locations in Myanmar and South East Asia as a whole.

Ngapali Beach

Ngapali Beach is a tropical paradise of pristine sand, clear blue waters and groves of picturesque coconut palms. Over 10km of white sand beach runs along the Bay of Bengal, with a smattering of only a dozen or so resorts to create a sense of seclusion and hidden discovery.

Ngwe Saung Beach

Ngwe Saung Beach is unrivaled in beauty and serenity, with gorgeous turquoise waters, soft sand beaches and the cool shade of coconut palms. For those who can tear themselves away from the art of relaxation, the clear blue waters offer excellent opportunities for snorkeling, sea kayaking, wind surfing and kite sailing.

Pathein, Western Myanmar

Pathein, also called Bassein, is a port city with a 2004 population estimated at 315,600, and the capital of the Ayeyarwady Region, Burma. It lies on the Pathein River (Bassein), which is a western branch of the Irrawaddy River.

Sittwe, Western Myanmar

Sittwe is a seaside town where the rivers Kaladan and Lemro meet the grand Bay of Bengal. It also is the capital of Rakhine (Arakan) State and one of Myanmar's most strategic development hotspots.

Upper Chin State: Hakha, Falam, and Tedim

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Hakha

Hakha, also known as Halkha or Hakhar, is Chin State’s capital. Founded on a small highland plateau at 6,120 ft (1870m) above sea level, the entire city is only about 12.5 square miles (32.4 square km). Despite the small footprint, Hakha is the largest town in Chin State. The tow...