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55 miles from Kawthaung

KYUNN PHI LAR NORTH BAY. 10°34.379N, 98°00.320E

An even more beautiful anchorage with a mile and a half crescent of gleaming white sand backed by pristine jungle ashore. Anchor in 5 metres in the middle of the eastern section of the bay between the small island and the east side of Kyunn Phi Lar. Do not go further west than this as there are lots of large coral bombies in this area.

There is all tide access to the eastern end of the beach. Three miles to the north, ‘Shark Cave’ is a good dive site with a cave swim through. The resident sharks have long since been converted to soup, but this is still a good dive for macro life and invertebrates.

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