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| Updated on Jan 28, 2016

Visitors to Ngapali Beach in Myanmar

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When traveling, there are so many places to see. Really, the list goes on and on into realms of infinity.

Ok, there probably is an end but who wants to do the math of counting every place to visit on this planet. One of the best places to visit is one not created by humans, rather made by millions of years passing by this little blue planet.

While in Myanmar, visit the museums and happening spots. However, take at least one day and go to the beach. Pack your passport, Myanmar visa and you’re on your way to true paradise.

Visa to Myanmar and the beaches

By far, the ocean is the most relaxing place to be no matter where you travel to. Something about the rhythmic waves continuously crashing into a sandy shore, brings about a sense of calm and serenity. We as a species are drawn to it even if just for a few hours. Globally, about 80% of the human population lives within an hour of a body of water, sea or freshwater. It’s only natural to want to escape to an island paradise when vacating your life. In Myanmar, Ngapali Beach is the go to place for locals and visitors alike.

Pack a bag of goodies, from umbrella to beach towels and set your sites toward some fun in the sun. Layout and catch some rays, read a book for the first time all year or nap. When those relaxing activities are done, look into hiring a boat for a relatively cheap price and go snorkeling or scuba diving. Dive into the world below the water surface and spend time with the delicate creatures below. If you have a GoPro and waterproof case, this could be the perfect opportunity to get a few shots. Turn the camera on yourself and smile the best you can!

When you are done swimming, surfing or exploring the underwater world, take a short trip back to the island and enjoy a delicious dinner at sunset. Fresh seafood is a given and you won’t be disappointed. Once you’ve had enough, take a barefoot stroll in the sand with that special someone or solo. Either way, taking a trip to Ngapali Beach is one for the books as it’s sure to make lasting memories. Not to mention you will feel refreshed and ready to tackle more museums and landmarks on the mainland afterwards.

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