Conservation of Ngwe Saung Beach underwater resources will attract more visitors

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If there is proper conservation of beautiful underwater resources in Ngwe Saung Beach, many more local and foreign visitors are expected to come, a spokesperson from a Ngwe Saung based travel agency and environmental advocacy suggested.

Ngwe Saung, one of the most popular tourist destinations of Myanmar, located in Pathein district of Ayeyarwady Region, is famous for its cleanliness and crystal clear seawater and it is a good place to take rest including soaking in seawater and swimming. That is why, a proper conservation is necessary, he said.

“Visitors are keener to go on sea travel. There are still a lot of requirements. Maintenance and new visiting sites are needed. And underwater resources like coral reefs are in need of conservation. If we can conserve more systematically, we can attract more visitors. Nobody wants to come again if there is nothing left underwater,” he said.

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The beach is expected to be busy with local and foreign tourists in this December tour season.

“Ngwe Saung is generally lively with beachgoers. There are normal arrivals as roads are open. However, if we can’t conserve, the environment will get worse because it even gets ruined itself under the bad the weather,” he said.

Among foreign tourists visited the beach this year, the majority are from Russia and China.

From Ngwe Saung Beach, visitors can explore Turtle Island, Snake Island, Lovers’ Island, Bird Island, Kyunlayarshel Island, Sinma Island, Phayarthonesu and Moemakha elephant camp.

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