Ngapali is Myanmar’s premier beach destination. Located on the Bay of Bengal in Western Coast of Myanmar, its main feature is an idyllic stretch of white sand and palm tree lined coast, with a number of resorts spread out next to fishing village. Unlike today’s beaches of Asia, it is free of noisy beachside bars and crowded people. There are only natural scenic view of blue sea, white sand the lovely sun. The sea is cobalt blue without any dangerous marine animals and clean.
Ngapali is about relaxing and enjoying the sun, but other activities include taking trips on local fishing boats, kayaking, snorkelling or scuba diving amongst the brightly coloured fish and cycling or biking down the beach and around some of the local village. The Buddha situated on a hilltop at the far end of the bay to the south of Ngapali, is offering panoramic views over the bay and out to the sea. You will need to continue all the way through to the end of the bay to the south of Ngapali’s main beach, and then up the hill.
Ngapali is not one single beach but a series of but a series of beaches interspersed with small fishing villages stretching from Mazin where the airport is located, to Mayo Bay where coastal steamers dock in a sheltered anchorage. Ngapali is accessible by flight which takes about 45 mins from Yangon, by car about 14 hours’ drive along the Rakhine Yoma mountain range where you can observe the breath-taking scenic view of the green mountains and the sea over the horizon. If you are looking for a peaceful holiday with time to read and relax, Ngapali with its lovely beaches is the best place to visit. There you will find serenity and peace of mind amidst beautiful scenery.