If you hire a motor bike it’s about 1/2 hour, the road winds around through a couple of villages and then there is a sign to the beach. The road ends at the Maungmagan Resort, but you can turn off anywhere before and end up at a restaurant or a shop on the beach. There are probably 50 restaurants and by the time you get there, there will probably be 100.The long curved bay have a fishing village on the north and one on the south. The guesthouses and beach bungalows and restaurant after restaurant are in the middle. Seafood is the thing. Sand is fair and grey at low tide, locals everywhere enjoy swimming (often) in there clothes and in truck tyres. Fishing boats come in and turn around, back to the shore as baskets of the days catch are carried, on a pole between two people to the shore. This is an emerging area and the locals are friendly and keen to be of assistance, the prices are very cheap. If you make it to the southern end of the bay, you will find two things - a thatched hut fishing and boat building village and a beach that demonstrates in the most devastating way, what plastic is bling to the earth.
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