Located in the far southern Myanmar (Burma), Mergui Archipelago remains one of the planet’s most unspoiled destinations. It’s comprised of hundreds of islands that have coral reefs and beaches. The Mergui is home to the seafaring indigenous Moken people and has only opened up to outsiders as recently as the 1997.
Awei Pila Resort
Located 80 km from the shoreline of Kawthaung, on the nothermost beach, Pila, is surrounded by virgin forest with views out to the open Andaman Sea. The natural bay embraces a 600-metre-long beach front, which is divided into two zones by a large rock formation. Beyond the beach is a highly forested area with a variety of trees which proves the guest suites protection from the natural environment. The adjacent hill side around the bay is accessible by trails, opening up to guest opportunities for exploration of the island’s unique flora and fauna. Access is also provided to the fisherman’s bay which will give guests a taste of the local sea fairing culture and other water sports activities.