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Kyauktaw

Welcome to Kyauktaw! Although you won't be getting a glimpse of any of the world's famous attractions here, you'll still have plenty to see and do.

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Kyauktaw Vacation Packages

Naypyidaw, the nation's capital city, is located 220 miles east of Kyauktaw.

Relax by the shore, go for a walk and dip your feet in the water at Inani Beach, 60 miles west of Kyauktaw.

You'll be captivated by the interesting past of Kyaukpandaung.

If you're looking for other places to check out, you'll find Mrauk-U 20 miles to the southeast and Teknaf 45 miles to the west.

When you are ready to venture further afield, take a trip to a regional hub. Sittwe is 50 miles away and is home to plenty of attractions, including Maka Kuthala Kyaungdawgyi, Central Market and Rakhaing State Cultural Museum. Jama Mosque and Shwezedi Kyaung are other options that should be on every visitor's schedule.

If you've seen everything on the ground in Myanmar, you should try hot air ballooning to take it in from the sky!

An exhilarating outing to the water is often a key part of any getaway, and swimming and scuba diving are just two of the popular ways to cool down in Myanmar.

Spend a day exploring the region's history museums, art galleries and craft workshops. These cultural institutions are popular among travelers, particularly when the storm clouds roll in.

If you were to ask some of the locals for their favorite activities in the region, you'll most likely be directed to the intriguing open-air markets.

Combine education and fun with a visit to the region's historic sites. In particular, you should try and get to some of its ruins and historic palaces.

Myanmar boasts a variety of temples and monasteries. These are terrific places to get some insight into the region's spiritual side.

What's the use of having a vacation without indulging in some tasty food? Myanmar is a wonderful place to stimulate your senses!

You mightn't have paid much attention to the virtues of ngapi (fermented seafood) and a thoke (salads) in the past, but you will no doubt be an expert on these beloved ingredients by the end of the trip!

Don't pack your bags for home without trying tea leaf salad and shan-style rice (fish rice).

Finish with a bang by sampling some halawa (sticky rice, butter and coconut), a delicious dessert.

If you're not much of a drinker, black tea is a good choice.

National pride is on full display on the 21st of March for Independence Day.

You don't have to worry about missing your check-in time. Just be aware that the nearest airport is 120 miles to the northwest.