Kyun Daw (Myanmar)

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Kyun Daw cruise port

Asia Rivers

Local Time
21:43 23 Feb 2019

16.79955 N, 96.18233 E

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Kyun Daw is a fishing village located on a small island on Irrawaddy River in Burma. Currently, Avalon Waterways is the only river cruise company visiting the village. Locals' primary source of income is fishing. Catfish (as heavy as 270 kg) are recorded, and tourists can see local women carrying baskets of fish throughout Kyun Daw, along with traditional houses constructed on wooden poles along the roads.

Kyun Daw (Myanmar) river cruise port

Cruise tourists also visit the Buddhist nunnery, where nuns bless the food donated to them. Kyun Daw has over 7,000 stupas (mound-like religious buildings used for meditation) surrounding the convent. River cruises ordinarily include the monastery as shore excursion option. A visit to Kyun Daw also includes a stop at the village schoolhouse. There, tourists can interact with local kids (from kindergarten age to 5th grade).

Port Kyun Daw cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Kyun Daw, Myanmar. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

7 February, 2019
River Cruises Cruises cruise lineRV Kha Byoo Pandaw
19 February, 2019
River Cruises Cruises cruise lineRV Kha Byoo Pandaw
27 February, 2019
River Cruises Cruises cruise lineRV Kha Byoo Pandaw

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