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All Tanintharyi Region Attractions

Lumpi Marine National Park
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Once closed to foreigners, the Mergui (Myeik) Archipelago was opened in 1997 in a deal with Thailand and dive operators.
The Moken (Mergui Archipelago)
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The Moken people in Myanmar are located around the Mergui Archipelago area. They are an indigenous people and spend much of their life on the water.
Ma Gyun Galet and Nyaungwee Salon (Moken) Villages
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The Moken, or Salon, as they also are known, are the sea gypsies living on Myanmar's southwestern coast.
115 Island
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If you are asked to pick a number, any number, consider 115. After all, it is a great island.
Mergui (or Myeik) Archipelago
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An ultimate vacation spot in Myanmar is the Mergui Archipelago, an area of natural and unspoiled beauty.
Great Coco Island and Little Coco Island
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Myanmar is home to long stretches of coastal waters with fascinating and alluring islands.
Bocho Island
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Life on the sea means one thing to the traveler's stomach – the best sea food in the world.
Great Swington (or KyunPilar)
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Great Swington defines the term "getaway," as in being surrounded by nothing but natural beauty.
Haingu Island
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No one ever forgets a first caving experience... seeing majestic stalagmites and stalactites at every turn and encountering exquisitely rare creatures.
Kabean Island
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Somewhere deep inside us all lurks a primordial desire to connect with our ancestors.
Khatyinkhuk Island
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When you visit islands, what you really should do is immerse yourself in the water.
Langan (or the Sisters)
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A trio of unspoiled island paradises await you on the shores of Langan.
Lanpe (or Lampi) Island
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It’s the crowning jewel of the islands of Myanmar.
MaCleod Island
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Once upon a time man traveled the world to leave his mark upon it. He came, he saw, he conquered.
Myaukni Island
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Go ahead, retreat. It’s OK. You came to Myanmar to get away from the masses.
Nyaungyee Island
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No possessions. No money. No greed. It sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it?
Palau Nala
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Experiencing other cultures is the purpose of travel. It’s about pursuing that elusive connection that makes every single one of us human.
Pheela Island (KyunPhila)
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Close your eyes and picture the perfect island.
Pula Set (Nga Mann) Island
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The crash and roar of nature at its very best is what you’ll find on Pula Set.
Salon Island
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This is the spiritual home of the Moken people, who are sometimes also called the Salon.
Thahtay Island
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Island life doesn’t need to be without its comforts. When you’ve seen as much as you can see, it’s perhaps time to indulge in some modern pleasures.
ThayawThadan Island
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Nothing worth having is ever easy to attain. That’s the essence of a trip to ThayawThadan. You must make a special effort to get a special reward.
Wa Ale Kyunn
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You do not want to skip Lanpe Island, as it’s one of the finest places to visit in all the world. However...
Ye Aye HnalThaihe Island
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The closest animal in nature to mankind is not an ape, but a marine mammal... the dolphin.
Moken
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A life on the waves with no ties and few possessions; it’s the dream of millions, but the Moken live it .