Ayeyarwady region is situated in the southernmost part of the central valley of Myanmar. It borders Rakhine state on the northwest, Bago Region on the north and east, and Yangon region on the east. To the south and west of it lie Andaman sea and Bay of Bengal. It is the delta of the Ayeyarwady River. Bamar and Kayin people are the majority and they live in plains. A few Chin people live in the Rakhine Yoma range.
Once Chaungtha is reached, there are peace and miles of silvery beaches fringed by coconut trees and other tropical vegetation. Like most beaches in Myanmar, it faces west giving lovely, picturesque scenes at sunset.
Ngwesaung Beach stretches for about nine miles along the Bay of Bengal. Facing west, the beach provides views of stunning sunsets. At the back are the low hills of the Rakhine Yoma Range which can be climbed for more picturesque views of the blue ocean beyond.
Naturally conserving Crocodylus porosus which is a species of crocodiles with habitation in the area mixed with freshwater and seawater. Moreover, the wildlife sanctuary is habitats for otters, hyenas, boar, monkeys, various snakes, and mangrove forest birds.
The Golden Land of Myanmar is full of color, whether natural or man-made. The Pathein parasol for one is simply enchanting, with its beautiful design containing sort of artistic paintings on them.