Ngwe Saung is a popular beach among tourists visiting Myanmar. It is situated to the west of Myanmar in the Bay of Bengal. ‘Ngwe’ means silver, which explains perfectly the silvery sand on the beach here. Since traveling to Ngwe Saung is not an easy experience, it has allowed the beach here to remain unspoilt by tourist invasions because one will not find too many visitors here. The endless and quiet white sand beach, there is an'elephant camp' in between Ngwe Saung and Pathein. Just relax and enjoy the quiet time, that’s the whole idea when you visit this place. One of the main tourist attractions at Ngwe Saung is the Rakhine Mountain Range. Most visitors trek up the range and into the forests to experience the natural beauty of the spot. The rows of coconut and palm trees here as well as the many wild birds such as the eagle and the silver-head falcon is what makes this beach beautiful. One will not find bars and pounding discos here. The beach here is for those who like the quiet and peace of the surrounding nature. One can hire a bicycle or rent a car to go around the area, book yourself into a spa at the hotels or simply relax on the beach. One can sunbathe on the beach, eat good seafood at the restaurants, play volleyball on the beach, or go windsurfing and kayaking.