Visitors crowd in Ngwehsaung beach in water festival holiday

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The Ngwehsaung beach hosted about 832 local visitors and 79 foreigners from 24 March 2021to 12 April 2021.

The Ngwehsaung beach closed in the COVID-19 period, is being flocked with the visitors in the Thingyan water festival holiday.
Ngwehsaung Beach is a popular resort and one of the top tourist attractions in Myanmar to relax by soaking in the sea because of the finer sand and clearer. It is about a six-hour drive from the commercial capital. The visitor can also reach Bird Island, lovers Island, Snake Island, and three pagodas through Ngwehsaung beach.
Road links between Yangon-Pathein and Pathein-Ngwehsaung have upgraded, and delivery of freshwater has also developed.
“We can take relaxation at the beach by enjoying the fresh air and tasting hygienic foods,” said a visitor.
The coast guard and Discipline committee is carrying out the rules and regulation process thoroughly along the bean to ensure visitors’ safety. Most of the people visit the Ngwehsaung beach to have rest and recreation during the water festival.
The Ngwehsaung beach hosted about 832 local visitors and 79 foreigners from 24 March 2021to 12 April 2021, according to the official statistics of the Directorate of Hotels and Tourism Department. — (Ngwehsaung IPRD)/GNLM

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