Myanmar Golf Course – Ngapali Beach Golf Course

Myanmar Golf Course – Ngapali Beach Golf Course


Sadly this beautiful 9 holes course, overlooking the sea and  located right on the beach has a total of 18 holes but due to the poor maintenance, only 9 holes are playable. The fairways are mainly dry due to lack of water supply and poor maintenance.

No. of Holes 9
Yardage from men’s tees n/a
Weekend green fee n/a (walk-in)
Weekday green fee n/a (walk-in)
Caddy fee $2 /18 holes
Club rental -
Electric cart Not available
Golf Set Rental From hotels
Reservation Required No

Myanmar Golf Course – Ngapali Beach Golf Course


Ngapali Beach (Thandwe)
Address Ngapali Beach (Thandwe), Ngapali beach, Thandwe, Rakhine State
Tel N/A
Holes 18 (only 9 are played)
Length N/A
Location Ngapali beach, Thandwe, Rakhine State
Visitors . Club house
. Locker rooms
Location Very dry course. Beautiful white sandy beach.

Thandwe,formerly Sandoway) is a town and major seaport in Rakhine State, the westernmost part of Myanmar. Thandwe is very ancient, and is said to have been at one time the capital of Rakhine State, then called Arakan.

Myanmar Golf Course – Ngapali Beach is a beach located 7 kilometres (4 mi) from the town of Thandwe (Sandoway), in Rakhine State, Myanmar. It is the most famous beach in Myanmar and is a popular tourist destination. Myanmar’s political climate means that Ngapali is not as well publicized as other good beaches of Southeast Asia.

The beach stretches for 3 km (2 mi) and overlooks the Indian Ocean. The name “Ngapali”, has no meaning in Burmese, but comes from the Italian “Napoli”.

Ngapali Beach has been promoted as a major tourist destination in Myanmar. Several resorts and hotels are located in Ngapali, usually of the high end – such as Bayview Ngapali, Amata Resort, Amazing Ngapali and also the government owned Anawa. Ngapali used to have private bungalos, but these were torn down in the late 1990s to make way for the development of hotels. The hotels and small tourism industry helps to provide income for the villages around Ngapali and also Thandwe.

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