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About Myanmar (Burma)

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Once called Burma, Myanmar sits in the heart of Asia, nestled between Thailand, India, Bangladesh, Laos and China. With a rich culture dating back more than 2,500 years, the people of Myanmar lead a laid-back and enviably simplistic lifestyle. More than 100 years ago, Kipling and...

Mergui Archipelago

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The Mergui Archipelago consists of over 800 small islands located in southern Myanmar. This practically uninhabited wonderland greets visitors with the same pristine natural beauty that enchanted early explorers over 200 years ago. The lush tropical jungle spills down the hills...

Kawthaung – Ranong

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Kawthaung Kawthaung is nestled along the southernmost tip of beautiful Myanmar on Myanmar’s border with Thailand. As the starting point for many excursions into the Mergui Archipelago, this little town serves as a charming introduction to Myanmar. Kawthaung has old-world charm in...

How to get to Mergui Archipelago

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Traveling from Yangon / Myanmar If you are already exploring Myanmar then you simply head to the airport in Yangon and take a flight to Kawthaung. This route is serviced by all domestic airlines and there are flights operating year round. The flight consists of three short legs...

Sea Gipsies of Myanmar

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The blue waters off the Tanintharyi coast of Southern Myanmar are home to a race of people called Salons in the Myanmar language. Also known as Moken, they are a nomadic people. They roam the seas in their fragile canoes looking for sea cucumbers, pearls and otherwise searching...

Bangkok – Ranong flight schedule

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Bangkok – Ranong Flight Schedule Flight No. From To ETD ETA Day of Service DD 7312 Bangkok (Don Mueang) Ranong 06:05 07:40 Daily DD 7318 Bangkok (Don Mueang) Ranong 16:30 18:05 Daily Ranong – Bangkok Flight Schedule Flight No. From To ETD ETA Day of Service DD 7313...

Mergui Archipelago Videos

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Check out these amazing some video clips about travelling around Mergui Archipelago from YouTube and Vimeo channels. The travel videos will inspire you to explore the islands and cultures.

Myeik (Mergui)

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Myeik, which locals called “Bake”, the city was known as Mergui during the colonial times, Myeik is located in the extreme south of the country on a peninsula jutting out into the Andaman Sea. Myeik is the largest city in the Tanintharyi Region and this bustling town is a major...

Dawei (Tavoy)

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Dawei is the capital of Tanintharyi region and located in the Southern part of Myanmar, Dawei, was known as Tavoy during the colonial times. You can reach Dawei by air from Yangon and the flying time is about one and half hours, or by bus the trip from Yangon to Dawei will take...