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Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

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Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

Air Bagan is now flying to one of the Myanmar fine beach, Ngwe Saung, on every Friday and Sunday. There is 30 minutes flight from Yangon to Pathein and from where take a car (about an hour) to the beach.

Ngwe Saung beach also can be reached by road from Yangon and it will take about 4 – 5 hours drive.

Source: myanmartravel.cc/air-bagan-fly-ngwe-saung-be…

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1. Re: Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

Does anyone know the price of flight from Yangon to Pathein (one-way and return) and from Bagan to Pathein (one-way) ? I can't find it anywhere..

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2. Re: Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

Hey Kalessin!

Yangon to Pathein is about 60USD for one way. Only Air Bagan has this route, but no schedule for the moment due to lacking passenger number.

Bagan to Pathein is 66USD for one way, direct flight. Again, only Air Bagan runs it.

Have a great holiday! PM me if need anything further.

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3. Re: Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

Thanks a lot!

Does it mean it is probable that there will be no flights in November?

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4. Re: Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

Does anyone know if the flights to Pathein still operate and what their price is?

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5. Re: Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

does anybody know if there are any hotels that stay open in aprip may in ngapali beach and Ngwe saung beach, we tryed to book ngapali beach end of april and some did not take resavations do to closing 1 may, we were also told that there could be a problem getting to and from ngapali that time of the year. We thought that the rain season start in june so we dont understand that the hotels are closing at that time.

Will it make a difference if we move our holiday a week back ? or should we try to go to Ngwe saung beach instead, cant se that they would stay open if it has something to do with the wetter. How is the plane situation with transportation to Ngwe Saung beach.

Thanks for your advice

Caro

Edited: 18 September 2011, 08:14
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6. Re: Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

According to the current high season schedule, the flight to Pathein is only on Friday and Sunday. Ygn-Pathein ( ETD 12:00, ETA 12:35 ), Pathein-Ygn ( ETD 12:50, ETA 13:25 ), will cost about US$ 70/ person. But it can be terminated after the high season.

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7. Re: Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

If you really want to go Ngapali , arrange before May . Some of the hotel open through out the year but Ngapali have problem with transport .

Ngwe Saung is only 6~7 hrs drive from Yangon , so if it is in May , better to go Ngwe Saung.

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8. Re: Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

Bump.

Does anyone know if this flight (Yangon-Pathein) is currently operating?

Thanks

9. Re: Air Bagan fly to Ngwe Saung Beach twice a week

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