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Coast, Caves and Island Treasures—Destination Guide to Myanmar’s Deep South
Kawthoung is the city located at the southernmost tip of Myanmar and a quick boat across the water from Thailand’s Ranong.
Touted as one of the world’s last untouched island paradises, the 800 islands of Myeik were largely cut off to the public until just a few years ago. With development plans in the works for some of the islands, now is the time to take a multi-day cruise through the more remote parts of the archipelago and bask in the tranquility of deserted white-sand beaches and dense virgin jungle.
The city of Myeik has been an important port city for centuries, with sea traders from across the globe docking in the harbor.
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