Ngapali beach being thronged with travellers on Thingyan second day

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The name “Ngapali” was given to a little village in Thandwe District in 1826, after the First Anglo-Burmese War, by Italians who reached there.

Ngapali beach is being crowded with the travellers from across the country on the second day of Thingyan holiday.
The Ngapali beach is one of the popular beaches in Myanmar and it is located in Thandwe township, Rakhine State. Most of the travellers are visiting Ngapali beach during Thingyan holidays to relax and swim.
For the convenience of the travellers from across the country in Ngapali, the hotels and the restaurants at the beach are opened in accordance with the COVID-19 rules and regulations.
The Ngapali beach was not opened during the last year Thingyan period because of the outbreak of COVID-19. Thus, the hotels and restaurants at the beach were also closed. Now, the beach is reopened during this year’s water festival period. The hotels and restaurants are also reopened under the COVID-19 rules and regulations.
Ngapali beach is a popular tourist destination and it is over 4 miles away from Thandwe town. The beach is one of the most attractive places for the local people and the foreign travellers.
The name “Ngapali” was given to a little village in Thandwe District in 1826, after the First Anglo-Burmese War, by Italians who reached there. According to them, the beach is so similar to a beach in Napoli, a city in Italy and the name became “Ngapali” on the Rakhine people’s tongue. — District IPRD/GNLM

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