55 miles from Kawthaung
Probably the most spectacular anchorage of the lot. Anchor in 15 metres on sand clear of the reef edge. The reef comes up very quickly further inshore.
There is passable snorkelling here and tidal access to the stunning beach, but be careful you do not end up stuck inshore of the reef on a falling tide. The small rocky islands and outcrops off the west end of Kyunn Phi Lar have great snorkelling and some amazing rock archways.
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