Cock Combe’s Island / Green Lagoon

Cock Combes Wall

Cock Combes Island is a rocky limestone island in the very southern part of the Mergui Archipelago. It is not accessible apart from the pictoresque green lagoon, which is completely enclosed by tropical carst rocks. The access to the lagoon by kayak is timewise limited to the tides as the ...

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Kaw Thaung

View over Kaw Thaung

Kaw Thaung ist the southernmost settlement on Myanmars mainland. Here the Kyan river (Thai: Mae-Nam Kra Buri) divides the mainland into Myanmar to the north and Thailand to the south. It is a small free-trade zone which is economically mainly driven by trade with Thailand. Between the middle of the ...

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New Boats And Possible Diving Daytrips in 2015/16

MY Drenec

The development of the Mergui Archipelago as a tourist destination continues. Burma Boating will be operating with five luxury sailing boats and one completely new Motoryacht from October 2015 on. The MY Drenec is a huge Motorvessel which was running leisure trips into the Arctic and then was fully refurbished ...

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