Ngapali Beach it is an authentic natural paradise sea Burma, has just opened its doors to tourism and has not yet taken stao of assault by travelers.
The Burmese shores, especially those facing the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea is a pleasant surprise for anyone who loves the still wild and authentic atmosphere of a place that has not yet entered become part of the circuit of the most popular destinations, where beaches have kept intact their unspoiled charm, where the silence is broken only by the sounds of nature and not from the noise of the boat engines.
Ngapali Beach is a remote place, but the tourism industry is growing and you can already do water sports, snorkeling, diving and kayaking.
The resort stretches along the shoreline of Ngapali beach that boasts 3 km of palm-fringed sands on the beautiful Bay of Bengal. The turquoise water delivers a bounty from the sea and this town serves up some of the country’s best sea food. Located 7 kilometres from the town of Thandwe, in Rakhine State, Myanmar and it is the one of the most famous beaches in South East Asia attracting thousands of tourists every year and popular amongst tourists as an unspoiled and private beach.
The resort also provides the quality services combining the breathtaking beauty of unspoiled nature with a sophisticated contemporary design born from the encounter between traditional forms and highly creative style.
Myanmar has a tropical climate, with the southwest monsoon bringing rain from May to October. Roads can become impassable, particularly from July to September. From October onwards the rains subside; the best time to visit most of Myanmar is from November to March, when temperatures are relatively manageable. From March to May, the country becomes very hot, particularly the dry zone of the central plains where Bagan and Mandalay often see temperatures in excess of 40°C.