Travel from Mawlamyine, an attractive tropical city, flanked on one side by mountains capped with stupa towers and on the other the sea to Ye (pronounced YAY), the largest town in Southern Mon State. Until late 2013, it was off-limits to foreigners. Visitors are now welcome, and you can discover a culture and a landscape that has been unseen by outsiders since before the Second World War. Drive over a stunning mountain range that divides Tanintharyi Division and Mon State to the state capital Dawei and experience sunset at the famous Maung Ma Gan Beach. Continue to Myeik, the biggest fishing town in Myanmar, with its wooden architecture, fishing industry and local family businesses, and enjoy a one-day discovery tour of the Mergui Archipelago.


After breakfast, leave for Thanbyuzayat, around 34 km from Mawlamyaing and the starting point of the Death Railway connecting Myanmar (Thanbyuzayat Station) and Thailand (Ban Pong Station) with the bridge over the River Kwai and constructed by the Japanese during WWII. Work on...read more

Day 02 YE – DAWEI (B, L)

After breakfast we will start our journey over a stunning mountain range, which divides the Tanintharyi Division and the Mon State. The drive is winding up a narrow mountain road and offers stunning views into the valley. On the way stop at Kale Aung Bailey Bridge to stretch o...read more

Day 03 DAWEI (B)

After breakfast, go off and explore the town to get an idea of everyday life in Dawei and see its famous sights. A family-owned cashew nut business with its ever-smiling workers will show you just how much work goes into peeling one nut. Another famous product from Dawei are f...read more

Day 04 DAWEI – MYEIK (B)

After breakfast, travel to Myeik. This 230 km of road has been closed to foreigners for a long time. In the past, even locals needed a permit to use the road; plane and ferry boat were the only mode of transport. Just a few miles from Dawei, stop off at Shin Mok Hti Pagoda, wh...read more

Day 05 MYEIK (B, L)

After breakfast, explore Myeik, one of the biggest fishing towns in Myanmar, and learn more about its fascinating history. Back in the early 17th Century, the East Indian Trading Company used to unload its ships at the ports of Myeik. Most of the goods were transported inland,...read more

Day 06 MYEIK (B, L)

After breakfast, embark on your tour of discovery of the Mergui Archipelago. The boat leaves from Seik Nge Jetty (main jetty) in Myeik. Observe the daily life of the local fishermen during a short visit to one of the villages along the way. After an around 2-hour cruise along ...read more

Day 07 MYEIK / departure (B)

Free time to spend at your leisure until transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

PRICES IN US$ PER PERSON, VALID FROM 01.10.2020 – 30.04.2021

1 person1.8901.9721.890
2 people1.0651.1101.065
3 people849885849
4-5 people809845809
Single supplement219228219

Supplement for German-speaking tour guide: US$ 482 per group

Supplement for Italian- or Spanish-speaking tour guide: US$ 386 per group


Shwe Taung Gyar Hotel  / standard room
Bo Gyoke Road , Ye, Mon State, Myanmar.
Tel: +95 57 50674
E-mail: [email protected]


Hotel Dawei  / superior room
7 / A, Arzarni Road, Byaw Taw Wa Quarter, Dawei City, Myanmar.
Tel: +95 59 23923
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: https://hoteldawei.com/


Regent Hotel / deluxe room
No.132 Kan Phyar Road,Kan Phyar Quarter, Myeik, Tanintharyi Division.
Tel: +95 59 42020
Mobile: +95 9 899990420 / 788880420
E-mail: [email protected] / [email protected]
Website: https://www.regenthotelmyeik.com /