Dawei is a cozy town and the administrative capital of Tanintharyi Divison, Southern most region of in Myanmar, which covers an area of 263.14 square mailes. Dawei dotted with famous historical pagodas can be accessible by all means of transportation. When visiting Dawei via car, visitors have to pass through many famous cities and towns such as Bago, Kyaikto, Mawlamyine, Mudon and Ye and finally arriving in Dawei. Dawei, a town formerly known as Tavoy is in the south-eastern part of the country in Tanintharyi Region, formerly known as Tenasserim Division which is about 614.3 km (381.7 mi) south of Yangon. Local products of Dawei includes rice, rubber, teakwood, cashew nuts, betel nuts, oil-palm and fruits such as pineapples, a variety of mangoes, mangosteens, and durian. The most famous and historic locations of Dawei are Shin Koe Shin pagodas. Shin Koe Shin pagodas can be divided into three categories which are mountain pagodas, forest pagodas and town pagodas. Three mountain pagodas are – Shin Sandaw Pagoda (Kaleinaung Su Taung Pyae Pagoda), Shin Myaw Taung Pagoda and Shin Taung Pone Pagoda. The three forest pagodas are Shin Ded We Pagoda, Shin Za Lun Pagoda and Shin Tauk Htein Pagoda and the third is three town pagodas which are Shin Pin Kayu Pagoda, Shin Ote Aou Pagoda and Shin Monti Pagoda. Famous beaches such as Maung Ma Kan Beach, Grandfather Beach, Pa Nyit Beach and Nabule Beach. Dawei features an extreme tropical monsoon climate. There is a substantial dry season from November to April, but in the wet season the influence of local mountains causes Dawei to receive as much as 1,300 millimetres (51 in) precipitation per month. Apart from the Chocó region of Colombia, and the area around Mount Cameroon in Africa, it is possibly the wettest lowland tropical region in the world.