Jeon Jung Kook(IVTM110)
Nyaungdon (ညောင်တုန်းမြို့) is a town in Ayeyarwady Region of south-west Myanmar. It is the seat of the Nyaungdon Township in the Maubin District.
Nyaungdon is the hometown of several prominent Burmese writers, poets, and artists. They include writers Yaung Ni, Tekkatho Han Win Aung, Tekkatho Nyi Lwin Maung, Tekkatho Nyo Nyo Thein, and July Moe, poets Pho Thaukkya, musicians Sandaya U Aung Ko, Zeya Pwint, Saw Tun Naing, Htay Win, Min Htet Tha, directors Dimishwedonbi Aung, Shwedon Htun Lwin, actors Tun Tun Naing,May Thinzar U,Nyi Nyi Tun Lwin,San San Aye,Wai Lu Kyaw, and painter Win Myint Moe.
New Nyaung Chaung Thar Beach, which does not allow the beach-goers to stay overnight, was opened in Nyaungdon township, Ayeyawaday region on Wednesday, it is learnt.
“Nyaung Chuang Thar Beach, which was opened in 2012, was moved to a place near Bo Myat Tun and Ayeyawady (Nyaungdon) bridges because there was a high risk of death from drowning,” said a Hluttaw representative form Nyaungdon township, Ayeyawady region.
“The old Nyaung Chaung Thar Beach is very deep. It is dangerous for the visitors. We have chosen the sand flat where the visitors can bathe in the water safely and where visitors from Yangon and Pathein can make a day’s trip,” said Daw Ni Ni Moe, Ayeyawady region Hluttaw representative.
“Nyaung Chuang Thar Beach is open from 5 January to 31 May. We have allowed 60 shops to open around the beach,” said an employee from Nyaungdon township development affairs department.
“The new Nyaung Chaugn Thar Beach is under the control of the Nyaungdon township development affairs department.
Nyaungchaungtha Beach located in Yankin Sanyar Village, Nyaungdon Township, Ayeyawady Region, attracts local and foreign visitors.
The beach, 34 miles from Yangon, is near the confluence of the Ayeyawady River and Panhlaing River.
“We can take relaxation at the beach by enjoying fresh air and tasting hygienic foods,” said a picnicker from Mandalay.
People from Nyaungdon Township and around Yangon City relaxed at the beach during the Maha Thingyan festival period.
“We take a rest at the beach free from pressures of works,” said a visitor. “I think breathing fresh air will contribute towards our health.” “Visitors enjoyed this year’s water festival at the beach, in larger numbers than previous years,” a floating hotel owner told media.
About 500 people regularly visit the beach daily, according to local residents.
You can also have famous Nyaungdon fried banana chips as presents named ဣစ္ဆိတံ and ကျား fried banana chips.
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