Staff Party at the Ngwe Saung Beach

Ngwe Saung is a beach resort located 48 km west of Pathein, Ayeyarwady Region, Myanmar. Opened in March 2000, an unspoilt 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) stretch of silvery sand and modern amenities have made Ngwe Saung a popular destination for less budget conscious tourists from Lower Myanmar. We have planned a company trip to this amazing Ngwe Saung beach for their staff party.

 

We left Bagan in the evening and had a few stops on the way to the beach. First, we paid homage to the Myathalun Pagoda, located at the north of Magway. The, we had lunch at the Mya Thawdar local restaurant at the base of the Pagoda. Our next stop was at the Daw Thin local restaurant in Ohitshitpin township where we had our dinner and took some rest, drank some juices and washed up to get refreshed.

 

After playing jaunty music and driving overnight, we entered the Pathein town, where Ngwe Saung beach is located, in the next early morning. Pathein is a small peaceful town with a scenic waterfront and famous for colorful handmade Pathein umbrella (workshops) and many Buddhist temples. The town was busy with people, selling things and making a living since the early morning. We had our early breakfast at the Nightingale local restaurant.

 

After crossing the Pathein suspension bridge and a signboard “To Ngwe Saung” near the toll gate, we were welcomed by the beautiful sea view with salty air. The first thing we did was early checking in at the Luxury Hotel to settle our luggage. Then, our play time began. Taking a group picture was a must before playing at the beach.

 

When the evening came, we started the Staff Party -- singing songs and lucky draw program shouldn’t be missed out in an annual celebration party.

 

This trip was remarkable for the group tour travelling by proficient Coach Master. And, everyone was very satisfied for getting not only a good travel service but also well operation for them in the smokeless industry.

 

Myint Ko Ko Win

Tour Operator

Heritage Mandalay Travels

 

Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ngwesaung