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Pleasant View Resort
Nestled between the 'Rakhine Yoma' Hills and the Bay of Bengal, Pleasant View Resort offers you a place of luxurious comfort, with spectacular views of Ngapali Beach and breathtaking sunsets. Within this exclusive enclave, guests can select from our 42 Deluxe Rooms, each featuring their own spacious comfort & charm, catering to the unique needs of holidaying families, friends hanging out together, or couples in romance.
Thande Beach Hotel
The Thande Beach Hotel has 38 deluxe bungalow type and 24 Superior building type rooms with air condition. Most spacious rooms have private terraces overlooking view of the Bay of Bengal. They are furnished elegantly with polished teak and rattan furniture, fine fabric and Myanmar traditional handicrafts. Together with local flavour and peaceful surroundings, you can take splendid relaxation in the amenity of the seaside beach resort combined with our dedicated service and impeccable Myanmar warm hospitality at the luxurious 'Thande Beach Hotel' (Ngapali).
Amata Resort and Spa
The Amata, Myanmar’s most exclusive international resort, stretches along the beautiful shoreline of Ngapali, Myanmar’s premier beach. The resort covers more than five acres of tropical wonderland and guests are luxuriously accommodated in eighty seven teak, bamboo, cane and rattan cabanas & bungalows. The resort is flanked by a 400-meter seaside boardwalk. The Amata Resort & Spa is located near the delightful Mya Pyin Village at Ngapali Beach. The nearest airport is Thandwe, an enjoyable 15 minutes drive from the resort. Thandwe airport is a convenient 45 minutes direct flight from Yangon.
Bayview Beach Resort
Bayview - the beach resort is a four-star-boutique hotel. It is located on the idyllic Ngapali Beach in Myanmar's Rakhine State - its coastline forms part of the Bay of Bengal. The resorts' 45 deluxe bungalows and rooms including suites are all situated either directly at the beach or in a beautiful exotic garden under countless palm trees.