Tanintharyi is one of South East Asia’s most exquisite beach, leisure and soft adventure destinations.
Tanintharyi Region, southern Myanmar, is truly one of Asia’s best-kept secrets. While the sun, sea and sand of neighbouring southern Thailand have been an icon of South East Asian tourism for twenty years; Tanintharyi, sharing the Andaman coast, has remained hidden. However, with the gradual opening up of Myanmar, Tanintharyi region’s breathtaking beauty will now inevitably lead to recognition as one of South East Asia’s most exquisite beach, leisure and soft adventure destinations.
"Palm trees and colourful flowers everywhere, and then, of course, the mesmerizing river flow that I could easily stare at all day." -Spohiept2 about her visit to Tanintharyi river while exploring the surroundings of Myeik
In Tanintharyi, crystal clear, jade green rivers flow through verdant forests and orchards to flawless, turquoise seas. It’s simply gorgeous.
Tanintharyi is home of unique species like clouded leopards, tigers and tapirs.
This rich natural inheritance is only one part of the region’s charm. While Tanintharyi is a classic sun and sea destination, local peoples and ways of life are what make the region particularly memorable.