The Intriguing Tanintharyi region is situated in the southernmost part of Myanmar. It is narrow and long and jutting southwards the sea. It is narrow from east to west and long from north to south. Dawei is the capital of the Tahintharyi region. The region has a tropical climate. As it is close to the Equator, its weather is generally temperate. 

With stunning beaches offering captivating sunsets that attract tourists from home and abroad, Maungmagan beach is full of traditions and customs at the southernmost tip of Myanmar in Tanintharyi Region.

small lagoon

Myeik Archipelago

What locals called was the Bake Kyun Su. Myeik is also known as Bake locally. “Kyun” means island and “Kyun Su” means archipelago. Myeik Archipelago comprises over 800 beautiful islands.

Salon People's activities

Sea Gypsies

In Myanmar, a small ethnic group, the Salons, hails from Myeik province. Sometimes they are called sea gypsies. Their home is the Kaban boat. Never settling down, they move from one island to another, or along the nearby coast.

smart island

Myeik

Myeik is famous for its seafood restaurant at a fair price. Local says if one restaurant increases its food price, nobody in town goes there. So the basic idea is wherever the crowd is present, you can go in and ask for an English menu.

bo bo kyauk beach

Dawei

Dawei is the capital city of Tanintharyi region.Recently due to infrastructure developments, some new beaches are accessible and people found out that these beaches are virgin and even the locals never been there before.

Maliwan Waterfall Kawthaung

Kawthaung

Located in the southernmost part of the country of Myanmar, it is a small town at the border of Myanmar and Thailand. This area is still untouched by tourists and whoever got there doesn’t regret going to that place.

welcome to dawei signboard

Shin Koe Shin

Despite having lesser historical and archaeological evidence, nine pagodas under titles of Shin where people from various regions of the nation make pilgrimage tours have been famous due to successive preservations.

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