Southeastern Myanmar is a region of Myanmar.
It is important to dress moderate, especially in temples. Cover your shoulders and knees, as the locals do.
Be patient, polite and show respect. You will be rewarded with lots of nice experiences, because the locals will react more open and more relaxed towards you and let you take part in their daily lifes.
Naw Bu Baw Mountain is a beautiful destination lies at 1462 meter height known as the heart of Kayin State, Myanmar. It is just 27 miles from Taungoo and is the highest peak in the Dawparkho Range. So far, it is not only well-known by the breathtaking vistas but also for the history of Naw Bu Baw for a long time about true love between Naw Bu Baw,the daughter of the King of the sea and Saw Thaw Oh Khwa, the prince of a mountain kingdom. Just below the peak lies a guest house run by the Zion Hill Baptist Church, and from there a stairway with 374 steps climbs to the mountaintop cross, which was erected in 1995.
Along the way are small prayer rooms for solitude-seeking pilgrims, and there is an odd boat-shaped chapel on the peak, evoking the biblical tale of Noah’s ark. It is also a religious place for the Christians where many mythological legends were sleeping. So, it is advisable to take some rest, and use the restroom at the foot of the mountain before going up since there is no such facility at the top of the mountain. Along the hiking route, visitors will catch the opportunity to admire the mix of natural beauty, listen to the rustling in the jungle and the sound of birds, and impressive small prayer rooms set aside the way climb to the mountain. A Christian cross crowns the mountain’s summit and it is a must place for Christians from throughout Myanmar. Attractions in the town include churches, Buddhist pagodas, a Hindu temple, an old British fort, and a tea plantation and factory.
Thandaung Gyi access and accommodation - The road from Taungoo through Thandaung and up to Thanthaung Gyi is spectacular, as it snakes up the hills for two and a half hours through dense forest. Access to Thandaung Gyi is free, but visitors should carry a copy of their passport to give to police at a checkpoint a few kilometres outside the town. Thandaung Gyi can be reached by car or motorbike from Taungoo (US$60 for a car for the day).
- Wa Ale Island. Wa Ale Island is a tropical island in the Mergui Archipelago. It is located in the far south of Myanmar and easily reachable by flying from Yangon to Kawthaung, the gateway to the archipelago. Alternatively, Kawthaung can be reached by flying from Bangkok to Ranong and then take a short ferry crossing over the estuary to Kawthaung. Wa Ale island is truly a gem waiting to be explored. As part of the country’s only marine protected area, the Lampi Marine National Park, this small island is home to a number of rare nesting sea turtles, who lay their eggs each season on its sandy beaches just a few feet from the island’s back-to-nature eco-resort.The nesting turtle site a unique collaboration between the Myanmar government and a private venture that created a conservation-led tourism project. This remote island will see guards protecting the sand dunes where sea turtles come up each full moon of the season to lay their eggs. The resident security guard often is stationed by a river platform where the trees hide camouflaged python snakes, wrapped around the trees, sleeping. E-visa is needed to venture into the Mergui Archipelago and prior to booking stay at the small Wa Ale eco-resort. A stay at Wa Ale is first and foremost an immersion into the wild surroundings, whether you’re diving down to see the marine creatures inhabiting this remote strength of ocean, hiding through the rainforest or kayaking through wildlife-rich mangrove. This exploration of land and sea introduces you to the community and conservation initiatives. Wa Ale Island Resort has committed themselves as the guardians of Wa Ale Island, including the protection of its population of nesting green, hawksbill and leatherback turtles. Wa Ale Island feels like the elusive Thai island you never quite found, lost in time and sea haze. Beach villas and treetop dens have been crafted using sustainable materials. From the water, it's almost impossible to spot—it blends in so well with the jungle. A true refuge from the world in serene, pristine surroundings. You can snorkel and dive at sites untouched by other human beings and kayak through mangroves. The water is crystal clear. Myanmar is only emerging as a travel destination, and the Mergui Archipelago—around 800 islands on the country’s southern tip. Moreover, you can explore the exotic marine life in the Lampi Marine National Park or enjoy daily yoga classes and enjoy a private massage in your villa.
Mergui Archipelago, on the West coast of Myanmar is made out of 800 beautiful islands still undiscovered by the mass of tourists. Only a few are inhabited by small fishermen villages.
The only way to discover this "Mergui Archipelago" is to jump on a boat for a cruise.
There are boats specialized in Diving, other are for snorkeling and other do fishing trips in the areas.
Most of the boats leave from Thailand and the closest port of embarkation is in Ranong only 20 minutes away from the Burmese border town: Kawthoung
- Sane Let Tin Resort Garden, it lies on the sloping bank of a mountain stream in Kyaik Hto, Mon State, Myanmar (21 mi away from Kyaik Hti Yo Pagoda). the resort offers variety of activities for your family and friends of all age including waterfall pool, zoological garden, 1500 feet long forest bridge, mini water park and many more. You can try rock climbing, paintball, zip-lining and various other adventure activities. It is reasonable rate, good hospitality.Traditional message, foot message and oil messages service are perfectly finesse. Moreover, nice place KTV and Party DJ room are available. It also has Zoo Garden, Souvenir shop, relaxation shelter. The zoo’s got bears, tigers, orangutans, otters, elephants; you name it. It’s just a shame that they’re kept in such appallingly cramped conditions. It has been created the very first certified organic orchard in Myanmar and also unique services that cater the needs of discoverers to get closer to the nature. It has big natural lake and many trees are very wonderful while you visit there.Feel the Jungle Mode and Stay at Country-Side Bay. It features accommodations with air-conditioning and an on-site restaurant. Simply furnished, all rooms come with a private balcony and seating area. They have a cable TV, an electric kettle and a mini-bar. Their private bathroom is fitted with shower facilities. Wifi is available in the hotel and is free of charge. For meals, enjoy Thai, Chinese and European cuisines at the restaurant.Hotel rooms start from US$40. Most of the activities cost about 15,000 kyats for foreigners so your bill can tot up pretty quickly if you’re not careful. edit