Ngwetaung Beach welcomes 47,700 domestic visitors during Thingyan period

Ngwetaung Beach in Ngaputaw Township, Ayeyawady Region, received 47,700 domestic visitors during the 2024 Thingyan festival, as reported by Daw Ni Ni Mar, an Executive Officer of the Myanmar Tourism Federation (Ngwetaung Beach).
The beach’s proximity to the Myat Mawtinsun Pagoda attracts both domestic and foreign visitors, making it a popular destination year-round. The majority of visitors in February came from Yangon Region and Nay Pyi Taw.
Daw Ni Ni Mar remarked, “The beach hosted approximately 47,700 visitors during the Thingyan festival. Ngwetaung Beach attracts visitors throughout the year, with most coming from Yangon Region, often visiting the Myat Mawtinsun Pagoda.”
Visitors to the beach can rent bicycles, motorboats, and horses, enjoy locally produced food, and purchase souvenirs. — ASH/MKKS

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