The Myeik (Mergui) Archipelago lies in the Andaman Sea off the coast of southern Myanmar. It is a fascinating place to visit which made up of more than 800 islands offers great opportunities for exploration and diving among spectacular marine life and coral reefs. Visitors can enjoy various types of sightseeing and adventurous activities like hiking through tropical valleys and kayaking through mangroves and up rivers. There is a hugely diverse range of wildlife once can be found on the islands such as lizards, pythons, civets, chevrotains, gibbons and crab-eating macaques as well as hornbills, white-bellied sea eagles, kingfishers, eastern reef herons, emerald doves.
The most popular attractions include Lampi Island Myanmar’s first marine national park famous, Frost Island with crystal clear water that is rich in hard coral, Phi Lar Island which is a white sand and palm-fringed beach, Myauk Ni Island, and Nyaung Wee Island that host to a number of Moken villages. The Moken people are also called the Salone or sea gypsies who are one of the most distinctive ethnic minorities in Myanmar with sea-based life and master of free diving. Nyaung Oo Phee (NOP) in Myanmar or Now O Pee Island in Thai, is located in the Andaman Sea, near Kho Thong Cape Province of Myanmar and Ranong Province of Thailand, is called the new Virgin Island of the world where you can see all kinds of Coral here.