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Myeik @ Mergui

Myeik, City in Myanmar

Myeik, formerly Mergui, is a city of Tanintharyi Region in Myanmar. It has an airport and a seaport. The town is close to the sea. So 85 % of people work the fishery. Theindawgyi pagoda and Mahartheintdizaya pagodas are famous in Myeik. Myeik is famous for its products – pearl, rubber, edible bird’s nest, dried fish dried prawn, ngapi (shrimp paste) and cashew nuts. The estimated population of Tanintharyi Region was over 14 lakh.

Location : Tanintharyi Coastal Region in the southern most part of Myanmar, On

the Andaman Sea.

Climate : Tropical monsoon climate.

(Average high temperature is 35 ံC and average low temperature is 25 ံC.)

Economy : fishing, production of natural rubber and coconuts, manufacture of

shrimp paste and cashew nuts, the collection of edible bird’s nest and pearl

farming.

As of its over 800 pristine islands, our Mergui Archipelago were becoming the main attraction of Myeik @ Mergui. So, our Mergui tourism was starting and developing in the last 3 yrs. And also…..

Myeik is easy to explore their interesting places. Below have the interesting places to follow to take the Myeik City Tour………….

Myeik City Tour

Our City Tour will start round about 8:30 in the morning. Our City Tour Guide will pick you up at your Hotel lobby after enjoying your Breakfast.

The attractive places of Myeik are……….

  1. Mahartheindizaya Pagoda (Myeik Shwedagon)
  2. Soft Shell Crab Farming
  3. Dockyard
  4. Ancient Historical Pagoda Road
  5. Cashew Nut Processing (Factory close on Sunday and Public Holiday)
  6. Dried Fish Production Area
  7. Natural Bird’s Nest House
  8. Lobster Farm & Storage Place
  9. Souvenir shop (Pearl, Dried Fish/ Prawn and Ngapi)
  10. Theindawgyi Pagoda (Museum, Panoramic View and Sun Set)

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Local

Pax 1 2 – 3 4 – 6
More than 6
Type Local Foreigner Local Foreigner Local Foreigner Local Foreigner
Price 70000 Ks 70 Usd 50000 Ks 50 Usd 40000 Ks 40 Usd 30000 Ks 30 Usd

Inclusive : Local Guide, Air-Con Car, Lunch (Traditional Shop), Drinking Water, Travel Insurance, Entrance Fees.

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