In Myeik, there is an array of things for you to do. You can rent cruises to sail around the islands, arrange for a diving tour, snorkel in your free time, or hike on an adventurous expedition to reach the isolated islands that are hidden deeper in.
The National Wildlife Park offers an opportunity to witness some of the most rare bird and marine species. Furthermore, the Salone ethnic group are a welcoming people with a unique culture that will intrigue you with their life on water. Go on a fishing trip with them and see if you can catch any fish!
It might surprise you to know that there are not just beaches to visit in Myeik, as its small township lies nearby. There they have Theindawgyi Pagoda, which is Myeik’s most venerated Buddhist temple that stands tall overlooking the harbour. It is a piece of Mon-style architecture with a reclining Buddha that sits in a unique ‘European pose.’ Don’t miss out the morning markets that are fresh with fish just caught from the ocean! Myeik’s seas are home to all kinds of creatures, so you will find all kinds of fresh fish, rays and prawns waiting to tantalise your taste buds.